Rock of Ages Reviews
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Gene M. from South Bend, IN USA
I WAS FRONT ROW AND LOVED IT!!
The girls did wear racy cloths BUT people need to understand its a play. things are not going to be how they expect them to be..they need to do better research prior to seeing a show..ITS CALLED ROCK OF AGES and its about 80's hair band music! what did you expect!?!?...Over all it was a great musical. good story line. the Narrator was funny the girls were beautiful and the bad rocked!!!
Anonymous from Toronto, Ontario
GREAT SHOW!! ENJOYED IT SENDING MY ADULT KIDS TO SEE IT!!
We went with a group of friends in our 40-50's and loved it!! Really depicted time of the 80's. Don't take your young kids to see it Really! they wouldn't even understand the story line let alone the era. Loved the music and show!! Would go again to see!! Much better then the movie !! Go see if you get a chance!!
Courteney from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
IT WAS WONDERFUL!
I went to see Rock of Ages this past Sunday at the Merriam Theater in Philadelphia. It was wonderful!!! I wouldn't consider myself a rock and roll lover, but I loved the music in this show. The singing was fantastic! The only downside is the seats in the theater. They're made for people who are maybe 5 feet. If I had one recommendation, it would be for Merriam Theater to gut the inside and redo it to make it more comfortable for average height people.
Happy visitor from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
ROCK OF AGES SHOW IN MERIAM THEATRE
Just saw the show last night at Meriam Theatre, in Philadelphia. The show, which was 2.5hrs long, was super energetic, kept everyone singing along and very entertaining. This show is definetely NOT for anyone under 16yrs old, as it is too sexy for kids. Girls are weather extremely provocative clothing...barely any at all. Having the pleasure of seating in the front row seats, I felt that I was at a concert, theatre & a strip club ;)
Rob from San Jose, California
This is an awesome musical! I watched a lot of MTV back in the 80s, and I lived in LA back then too, so I get it. You can watch all of the videos from the original artists on Youtube. It's a good idea to watch a few hair metal videos, so that you will understand the parody. Here are some of the songs: Paradise City(Guns N Roses) Sister Christian (Night Ranger)/ Just Like Paradise (Album Version) (David Lee Roth)/ Nothin’ But A Good Time (Poison) Juke Box Hero (Foreigner)/ I Love Rock N’ Roll (Joan Jett) Hit Me With Your Best Shot (Pat Benatar) Waiting For A Girl Like You (Foreigner) More Than Words (Extreme)/ Heaven (Warrant) Wanted Dead Or Alive (Bon Jovi) I Want To Know What Love Is (Foreigner) I Wanna Rock (Twisted Sister) Pour Some Sugar On Me (Def Leppard) Harden My Heart (Quarterflash) Shadows Of The Night (Pat Benatar) Here I Go Again (Whitesnake) Don’t Stop Believin’ (Journey)
Paula from Guntersville, Alabama
Saw show in New York and was so excited to see it again in Huntsville with Broadway Theater League last year. Yes, there are parts that are not for all ages, but my daughter saw it both times. I wish we could be in Birmingham to see it again
Rumor from Los Angeles
ROCK OF AGES IS THE BEST
I have been watching musical theater my whole life, seen all the classics and been in most in community theater and show cases but never have I ever fallen in love with a musical like I did with Rock of Ages, I saw it twice in one week and three times that month. It is my FAVORITE musical I suggest it to all. (as long as you're in high school or older)
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