Rock of Ages
Written by Chris D'Arienzo
Directed by Adam Estes
Choreographed by Juliana Davis
June 15 - July 15
1980s Hollywood meant big hair, big real estate, and big dreams. Busboy Drew longs for a break in the music business. Small-town girl Sherri aspires to be an actress. With hits from Styx, Journey, Bon Jovi, and more, ROCK OF AGES explores the crossroads between the people we love, the risks we take, and the dreams we dream.
“As the show opens with blinding lights, shredding guitars and hammer-handed drumming, even nonbelievers may start inhaling the Aqua Net and embracing their inner rocker.” – Variety
ADVISORY: ROCK OF AGES contains humorous light sexual innuendo and is recommended for adults and families. Warning, get ready to have your face melted. * All decisions on student attendance is at the discretion of the parent(s).
|Musical Director||Cameron Kinnear|
|Asst. Musical Director||Jason Chafatelli|
|Scenic Design||Nicholas Graves|
|Lighting Design||Jacob Welch|
|Costume Design||Molly Walz|
|Sound Design||Eric Backus|
|Stage Manager||Nikki Lalonde *|
|Asst. Stage Manager||Brendon Cullen *|
|Props Master||Emily Dinkel|
|Dennis Dupree||Chuck Caruso*|
|Stacee Jaxx/Father||Jordan Leigh*|
|Hertz Klineman||Mark Rubald *|
|Franz Klineman||Logan Mitchell*|
|Joey Primo/Ensemble||Ethan Zeph|
|Waitress #1/Female Ensemble||Emily Dennis*|
|Female Ensemble||Zoe Groinick|
|Female Ensemble||Kendall McCarthy|
* Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.
Prologues & Epilogues
Join the LDTC production team 25 minutes before the show for the PROLOGUE (What's that?)
We invite you stay 5 minutes after the show for the EPILOGUE (What's that?)
* ALL TICKETS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE*
Tickets may be exchanged for another performance date during the same production (subject to availability), up to 48 hours prior to the performance time. A $5 per ticket exchange fee applies (waived for subscribers). Price differential may apply.
* NO LATE SEATING. *