Photo Flash: Behind the Scenes of Rock of Ages the Musical UK tour

September 26, 2021
Photo Flash: Behind the Scenes of Rock of Ages the Musical UK tour

Take a look at behind-the-scenes images of the current Rock of Ages UK tour, which is set to visit venues from 2021 to 2022. The production is currently playing at the New Wimbledon Theatre.

Full cast for Rock of Ages includes Luke Walsh as Drew, Rhiannon Chesterman as Sherrie, Kevin Clifton as Stacee Jaxx, Joe Gash as Lonny, Ross Dawes as Dennis Dupree, Gabriella Williams as Regina, Jenny Fitzpatrick as Justice, and Vas ConstantiAndrew Carthy and Erin Bell as Hertz Klinemann, Franz Klinenmann and Constance.

Further cast members include Adam Strong, Joshua Dever, Scott HaywardSam TurrellPhoebe Samuel-GraySiobhan JamesMorgan Scott and Janine Somcio.

Crew features Company Stage Manager Paul Deavin, Deputy Stage Manager Sophie Mason, Assistant Stage Manager/Book Cover Mali-Beth Rose, Technical Stage Manager Matthew Harper, Chief LX Toby Cartmell, LX2 Daniel Newell, Tech Swing Benjamin Larkin, Sound 1 Christopher James, Sound 2 Robert Matthews, Head of Wardrobe Samantha Griggs and Wardrobe Assistant Stefan Stuart.

Returning to the band from the 2018/2019 tour is musical director and keys player Liam Holmes, joined by guitar 1 Liam Stevenson, guitar 2 Alex Ward, bass guitarist Elliot Mason and drummer Vito Guerrieri.

Rock of Ages is the hilarious musical comedy with over 25 classic rock anthems including “Don’t Stop Believin”, “We Built This City”, “The Final Countdown”, “Wanted Dead or Alive”, “Here I Go Again”, “Can’t Fight this Feeling” and “I Want To Know What Love Is”.

The musical has a book by Chris D’Arienzo and arrangements and orchestrations by Ethan Popp.

Full creative team includes director and choreographer Nick Winston, set and costume designer Morgan Large, lighting designer Ben Cracknell, sound designer Ben Harrison and video and projection designer Duncan McLean.

Casting director is Jim Arnold CDG, associate director is Victoria Gimby, associate choreographer is Ryan-Lee Seager and associate lighting designer is Chris Vaughan. Costume supervision is by Lee Tassie and production management by Phil McCandlish. 

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