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on July 22, 2015

Start making your travel arrangements, Hollywood is the place to be this FALL! DOMA Theatre Company's successful production of Green Day's American Idiot is returning later this year BIGGER than before! After a successful 5 star SOLD OUT run, a RELOADED version of the show will be staged during October. If you were lucky to catch the show the first time, be ready for special surprises in true Green Day fashion this time around. If you LOVE Green Day, this is a must see show.


Tickets will sell out fast but has access to tickets before ANYONE!

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Rage and Love in London! Check Out These Intense First Shots of the New U.K. American Idiot

on July 21, 2015

The new London production of American Idiot began performances at the Arts Theatre July 17 prior to an official opening July 22, for a run that is booking through Sept. 27.

Joining the previously announced Amelia Lily, a finalist in the 2011 U.K edition of "X Factor" as Whatshername, are Luke Baker (Theo), Natasha Barnes (Heather), Alexis Gerred (Tunny), Llandyll Gove (Gerard), Raquel Jones (Extraordinary girl), Natasha Karp (Alysha) Robyn Mellor (Libby), Lucas Rush (St. Jimmy), Steve Rushton (Will), Aaron Sidwell (Johnny) and Ross William Wild (Joshua).

The best known of them is Aaron

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on July 14, 2015

Check it out at New Noise Magazine: HERE

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New Musicals From David Yazbek and Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong Set for Atlantic Theater Company

on July 08, 2015

Atlantic Theater Company has announced its 2015-16 season at the Linda Gross Theater and Atlantic Stage 2. First up is a revival of Caryl Churchill's Cloud Nine. Directed by Churchill's frequent collaborator James Macdonald, the landmark drama about power, politics, sex, and Queen Victoria will have its first major New York revival in 30 years beginning in the fall. Next up, in November-December, is the New York premiere of the new musical These Paper Bullets!, written by Pulitzer Prize finalist Rolin Jones and featuring songs by Grammy-winning Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong.