Rockers, rejoice: The Broadway musical "Rock of Ages" may be going, but get ready for "The School of Rock."
The Hanukkah Story in 8 hit songs. A short medley of pop music parodies through the ages.
The 'Rock of Ages' star and brother of Ariana Grande dishes on how he helps the family at Christmastime and gives Jarvis a glittery makeover.
> Producers announced that Sting will step into a role in The Last Ship, the new musical for which he wrote music and lyrics, beginning next week on December 9 through January 10. The move is an effort to boost...
The Big Brother breakout rocks pastels and acid-wash jeans in the '80s-set Broadway musical. read more
This is... interesting. Frankie J. Grande, TV personality, Broadway's "Rock of Ages" star and older half-brother of Ariana Grande, showed up to the 2014 American Music Awards in what we can only call a cartoon version of a button down, complete with a painted on bow-tie and some major abs. Show More Summary
Starting as a modest club production at the King King in Hollywood, "Rock of Ages," the sweet-natured musical homage to 1980s hair-metal bands, went on to become a stage juggernaut with a five-year run on Broadway, a national tour, a Las Vegas incarnation at the Venetian as well as a number...
The Broadway jukebox musical "Rock of Ages" will close Jan. 18, its producers said.
After six years, Rock of Ages is coming to a close on Broadway. Find out how much longer you have to see the five-time Tony nominated musical. The post ‘Rock of Ages’ to Close on Broadway After Six Years appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Results.
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Ariana Grande's gay brother is returning to his musical theater roots in Rock of Ages. read more
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We all have that favorite movie or show we've seen countless times (unless you're one of those types with self control who doesn't overwatch a favorite film so as to savor it more). I don't think I could tell you how many times I watched A Shot in the Dark or any of the Pink Panther films between the ages of 8 and 16. Show More Summary
She’s been ‘in talks’ with the honchos over at ABC this week and now it’s a done deal- Julianne Hough is an official judge for “Dancing with the Stars.” The 26-year-old “Rock of Ages” stunner showed up at “Good Morning America” today...Show More Summary
She’s been working hard to make it as a major movie star, but Julianne Hough can’t seem to let go of her dancing shoes. The “Rock of Ages” actress is currently in negotiations to become a judge on the forthcoming Season 19 of “Dancing...Show More Summary
This was such a dream come true!!! We made our NYC cabaret debut this weekend at 54 Below performing with The Skivvies, and it was truly one of the most special things we've done all year! Check it out above as Perez does some songs Rent, Rock Of Ages, Chicago and Grease, as well as telling some [...]
Life is about to get very hairy for Constantine Maroulis. Tangled tresses — and lots of them — go with the gig when he returns Monday to his Tony-nominated role in “Rock of Ages,” the hit jukebox musical romance woven with ’80s hits by hair bands like Journey, Styx and Whitesnake.
The season four alum talks about the return to the role he created in the '80s rock musical, making new music and what he has in common with Adam Lambert. read more
Carrie St. Louis has just arrived at the Helen Hayes Theatre. It’s one hour before show time; the seats are empty. St. Louis walks through the narrow hallways of the old building, then stops just offstage, offering a glimpse into her world during the frenzy of a blockbuster Broadway show. Show More Summary