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AMERICAN IDIOT RELOADED OPENS IN HOLLYWOOD TO A SOLD OUT WEEKEND!

on October 06, 2015

Green Day's American Idiot is back and this time RELOADED! The show opened this past weekend in Hollywood's Met Theatre to sold out back to back to back audiences! Audience members included many of Green Day's most loyal followers who traveled across the country to come witness this once in a lifetime immersive experience. 

 
Due to extreme demand, production holds have been released to all performance dates to the general public. Both General Admission ($30) and VIP ($40) tickets are currently available on www.domatheatre.com! Act quickly as these tickets will sell out quickly.
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AI RELOADED IS AROUND THE CORNER!

on September 23, 2015

Congratulations to all the selected GreenDay.com readers who have won VIP Experiences to AMERICAN IDIOT RELOADED in Hollywood! Tickets, parking, behind the scenes tour, and VIP bags... Sounds like a hell of a time!

If you weren't selected, a small number of production holds have been released to the public! Get yours now as no more extensions will be happening. For tickets or more information, please visit www.domatheatre.com!

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Watch Trailer for Green Day's New 'Fly-on-the-Wall' 'American Idiot' Doc

on September 21, 2015

Film marks first time punk band allowed cameras into the studio, features exclusive footage of intimate full-album gig

Next month, Green Day finally unveil Heart Like a Hand Grenade, a long-awaited doc on the making of 2004's American Idiot. Directed in DIY fashion by punk-minded filmmaker John Roecker, the movie was shot in the studio during the creation of the future Rock and Rock Hall of Famers' breakthrough rock-opera concept LP and screened only once — at an intimate fan event in Hollywood in 2009. We're presenting an exclusive first look at the trailer.

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Shakespeare meets the Beatles in lively 'These Paper Bullets!'

on September 19, 2015

"These Paper Bullets!: A Modish Ripoff of William Shakespeare's 'Much Ado About Nothing'" lives up to its frisky subtitle and then some.

This lively if overstretched show, which opened at the Geffen Playhouse on Wednesday, transplants the merry war between Beatrice and Benedick to London in the swinging '60s.

The stage is a kaleidoscope of miniskirts and go-go boots, beehives and mop tops, and more sex and drugs than anyone over 35 could possibly want or handle. 

The rock 'n' roll, however, is just right: Green Day front man Bille Joe Armstrong, returning to the theater after his success

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