Songs of Elvis Presley in New Broadway Musical All Shook Up
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The last date listed for All Shook Up was Sunday June 3, 2007 / 1:00pm.
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Great show! As a major Elvis fan this couldn't have been any better unless the King himself were in it. Great, great songs, a really fun plot, fantastic sets and costumes, and some really outstanding voices. We all totally enjoyed it and agreed...continued
Combining all-time favorite Elvis Presley songs with a surefire rock ’n’ roll story, All Shook Up, the musical that took Broadway by storm last season, comes to Orange County. Headed by newcomer Joe Mandragona along with Jenny Fellner, fresh from Broadway’s Mamma Mia!, and TV, stage and screen favorite Susan Anton, All Shook Up tells the romantic tale of how a young girl’s dream comes true when a guitar-playin’ roustabout rides into a square state and turns the town upside down with his hip-swivelin’, lip-curlin’ and sexy song-singin’.
The clever book is by Joe DiPietro (I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change_), with direction by Tony Award-nominee Christopher Ashley (_The Rocky Horror Picture Show), and features 24 Presley classic hit songs including “Heartbreak Hotel,” “Burning Love,” “Jailhouse Rock,” “Blue Suede Shoes,” “It’s Now or Never” and “Don’t Be Cruel.” Sergio Trujillo, who is currently represented on Broadway with the hit musical Jersey Boys, choreographs this well-tuned hot-rod musical that will have your entire family jumpin’ out of their blue suede shoes!
Producers Richard Martini, Allen Spivak, Albert Nocciolino and Magic Arts & Entertainment have reunited the original Broadway design team, including set designer David Rockwell, costume designer David C. Woolard and lighting designer Donald Holder for this first national touring production.