August 19, 2015
August 07, 2015
Calling all Idiot Nation members in the UK:
We are offering IN members a chance to win tickets to a performance of their choice for the month of September.
Three winners will win a pair of tickets to see American Idiot for a show of their choice in September. This contest will close on...
From Idiot Nation:
We have a special allocation of prime seats set aside for each performance of These Paper Bullets! featuring music and lyrics from Billie Joe. The performances will take place at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles, CA. Members will be able to purchase tickets from the IN member...
The music of American pop-punk band Green Day might not sound like the most typical starting point for a musical, but the politically charged narrative and operatic scope of the band’s 2004 concept album, American Idiot, is one of the better and braver ideas to come out of the genre.
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...
Joining the previously...
July 21, 2015
More info on the documentary: HERE
July 14, 2015
Check it out at New Noise Magazine: HEREFiled under:
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!,...
Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong is among an array of rock personalities to guest on Swedish DJ Avicii's new album.
According to a Rolling Stone interview released last summer, Avicii (real name Tim Bergling) had been working with Coldplay's Chris Martin, Jon Bon Jovi and Incubus' Michael Einziger. The album was in early stages of development so there was only speculation about whether these guests would appear on the final product.
The follow up to 2013's True now has a name - Stories - and a release date, 25 September.
Full article at Gigwise: HERE