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First High School Production of Green Day's AMERICAN IDIOT Planned in New Jersey

on March 29, 2016

The first-ever adapted version of GREEN DAY'S AMERICAN IDIOT intended for performance by high school students is currently in development and will debut on April 14. The pilot production is being presented by Jonathan Dayton High School in Springfield, New Jersey.

The two-time Tony Award winning hit musical is a stage adaption of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees' 2004 multi-platinum Grammy Award winning rock opera American Idiot and includes several songs from their follow-up release, 21st Century Breakdown. The book was written by Billie Joe Armstrong and director Michael Mayer

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Upcoming jawbreaker documentary featuring billie joe and jason white

on March 17, 2016

Tim Irwin took this picture of me, Billie Joe Armstrong and Jason White after those guys shot interviews for the Jawbreaker documentary a couple weeks back:

From the Jawbreaker Facebook Page: HERE

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on March 15, 2016

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Tribeca Film Festival will feature Billie Joe Armstrong's acting and Katie Holmes' directing

on March 08, 2016

Billie Joe Armstrong stars in "Geezer," among a number of world premieres at this year's Tribeca Film Festival.

An eclectic collection of features will make their world premieres at the Tribeca Film Festival next month, including movies in which Kevin Spacey stars as Richard Nixon, Eddie Murphy plays a skilled cook and Billie Joe Armstrong is cast as a former punk singer.

Also, Katie Holmes will make her directorial debut.

A total of 43 world premieres were announced on Monday by Tribeca, which begins April 13 in New York.

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Green Day celebrates ‘Dookie’ at Fox Theater

on February 26, 2016

“I couldn’t tell if I was late for my funeral or early for my funeral,” Green Day lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong joked at the Fox Theater on Friday. Armstrong had a point — spending a few hours watching local bands pay tribute to some of your own greatest hits seems a bit like witnessing a eulogy for the living.

But instead, “A Tribute to Dookie,” hosted by Bay Area nonprofit UnderCover Presents, was more so a celebration of life — the life that Green Day’s seminal album breathed into the East Bay punk scene and the life of 924 Gilman, the iconic Berkeley all-ages venue that brought the