School Of Rock Minneapolis Tickets
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s critically acclaimed musical has announced a national tour. Following a phenomenal Broadway run, School of Rock made way to the London’s West End and is now gearing up to wow the audience all over the US. Based on the 2003, Jack Black starring musical comedy film of the same name, the story revolves around an aspiring rock star who ends up as a substitute teacher in high-school. Along with the original songs that featured in the film, Webber has come up with 14 fresh, smashing, high-octane numbers. The US tour is already underway and the Orpheum Theatre will host a limited run in March – School of Rock Minneapolis tickets for which are now available.
School of Rock Brings its Power Chords to Minneapolis
While still enjoying a spectacular Broadway run, School of Rock is taking its production for a road spin. The national tour includes performances at the Orpheum Theatre, which has prompted huge demand for School of Rock Minneapolis tickets.
The plot is simple, corny and enjoyable. It revolves around an aspirant rock star Dewey Finn, who is kicked out of his band and is being pressurized by his roommate’s girlfriend to pay all the long overdue rent. He receives a call about a substitute teaching position that was actually meant for his roommate Ned and decides to take it up.
In an interesting turn of events, Dewey converts his class into a rock band and even enters them into the annual Battle of the Bands. Directed by Laurence Connor of the Les Mise´rables’ fame, the musical is choreographed by JoAnn M Hunter and has Anna Louizos as the costume and stage designer.
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s music enhances the story and gives depth to the characters. The talented young cast that plays the students is the highlight of School of Rock musical who impress everyone with their acting skills, singing as well as dancing.
An energetic rock music extravaganza, School of Rock offers light entertainment and some top quality performances. Don’t miss the musical when it comes to Minneapolis this spring.