Rock 'n' roll with a dash of sex is on display this summer at Chicago's Broadway Playhouse, which hosts a sit-down production of the jukebox musical "Rock of Ages."
Dominique Scott and Shannon Mullen play a couple of young adults hoping to make it big in music and the movies in the jukebox musical "Rock of Ages," running through Aug. 5 at the Broadway Playhouse in Chicago.
Eager, young rockers triumph in "Rock of Ages," the Tony Award-nominated musical that returns to Chicago for a nine-week engagement at the Broadway Playhouse.
Audience favorite "Rock of Ages," a nostalgic sendup of 1980s music excess, returns to Chicago for the third time in two years in an extended run at Chicago's Broadway Playhouse.
Matt Nolan plays stereotypical 1980s rock god Stacee Jaxx in the jukebox musical "Rock of Ages," featuring music by Journey, REO Speedwagon, Foreigner and other 1980s arena rockers.
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"Rock of Ages" knows exactly what it is. A jukebox musical comprised of 1980s arena rock anthems and power ballads paired with a gossamer plot, paper-thin characters and visuals straight out of a Reagan-era music video, "Rock of Ages" is nothing but a good time.