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Rosemont Theatre
5400 N. River Road Rosemont, IL 60018
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21 events
13 reviews
7 stars
We followed other Goldstar members' advice and parked in the Outlet Mall parking garage right next door to the theater. Free parking and very easy to walk next door. (Great spot to grab a bite to eat before the show too!)
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21 events
12 reviews
20 stars
Don't pay for parking. Park at the Outlet Mall for free and walk the additional half block
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"Jesus Christ Superstar"
52 ratings
4.3 average rating
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5 events
3 reviews
1 stars
attended Apr 30 2009

The show was excellent,
The venue was terrific
My friend and I had never seen before, and thought the performance was excellent.

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56 events
24 reviews
2 stars
attended Apr 30 2009

Ted Neeley is a little long in the tooth for the role. It was like looking at Grandfather Jesus. He could still hit the high notes, but would have a problem singing the next few measures afterwards. The rest of the cast was a little uneven -...continued

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17 events
12 reviews
7 stars
attended Apr 30 2009

I loved the songs but have to disagree with the other reviews....I think Ted Neeley was way too old for the role. I enjoyed the music and the other entertainers but felt he was too old and his voice and presence not strong enough to carry the...continued

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Jesus Christ Superstar, the first masterpiece from the legendary writing team of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber, exploded onto the scene in 1971 changing the world of musical theatre forever. With a score of amazing songs – “I Don’t Know How to Love Him”, “Hosanna”, “Everything’s Alright”, “What’s the Buzz”, “Superstar”, and “Heaven on Their Mind”, this original groundbreaking production starring Ted Neeley in the title role and James Delisco as Judas is as relevant and timeless as ever.