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Let’s Celebrate The 100th Performance of Rock of Ages

Let’s Celebrate The 100th Performance of Rock of Ages

The 10th Anniversary Production of Rock of Ages has now extended through January 12, 2020 at New World Stages. The cast and company celebrated a milestone this week when the production hit 100 performances! Check out the company below celebrating at Kiehl’s Hells Kitchen with a Rock of Ages themed cake by Cute as Cake!

The cast includes CJ Eldred (Desperate Measures) as Drew and Kirsten Scott (Jersey Boys) as Sherrie, with Broadway cast members Mitchell Jarvis (Gettin’ the Band Back Together) and Teresa Stanley (The Color Purple) reprising their roles as Lonny and Justice, respectively. PJ Griffith (American Idiot) stars as Stacee Jaxx, Matt Ban (Rock of Ages National Tour) as Dennis, Dane Biren (“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”) as Franz, Tiffany Engen (Legally Blonde) as Regina, and Tom Galantich (Mamma Mia!) as Hertz.

Rock of Ages opened on Broadway on April 7, 2009, for a monumental six-year run of 2,350 performances, carving the musical a spot in the Broadway history books as one of the Top 30 Longest-running Shows of All Time.

Kirsten Scott and CJ Eldred
The Cast of Rock of Ages
The Cast of Rock of Ages
Tiffany Engen, PJ Griffith, Kirsten Scott, Matt Ban, Kelly Devine and Tom Galantich
PJ Griffith, Matt Ban and Tom Galantich
Kelly Devine 

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