Girl Power Musical ROAR Sets Inspiring Story to Hits by Miley, P!nk & More
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Street parking is available if you can find it. They have valet parking for $7 I do believe. I park in a self park lot (Scientology Center parking lot) for $5. You make a right at the first light after you pass Rockwell-LA.Broadway Cage Match travel • Sep 23 2014 star this tip starred
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I went with a friend opening night. The artists are amazing vocalists.
The worst part, though, was that my friend and I were seated near a loud group who was friends' with one of the cast members. When she wasn't singing, they were talking, rather, yelling, so it really distracted from the experience. Despite many others being bothered, no waitstaff reprimanded I assumed because they were friends. Guess if you friends in high places, you can get away with anything.
I liked the arrangement and delivery of these pop songs. There tag line on the poster says "She's a hero, she just doesn't know it." It didn't really appear to have a strong story line- very little dialogue that was disjointed. I forgot that the scenes were supposed to actually tie together. I could, however, appreciate as a mix of well-sung, energetic pop songs that is a work in progress.
Friday, October 3, 2014: This performance includes an ASL interpreter.
Produced by Kate Pazakis
Choreography by Ambrose Respicio
Music Direction by Brian Kennedy
Conceived & Directed by VP Boyle
This show is recommended for those age 12 and older.