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Rock of Ages Theater, Venetian
Must be 5 years of age or older
What: A must-see for anyone who grew up during the 80s or can't get enough of rock music.
Who: Most suited for adults (or anyone who loves classic 80s rock). Some language and material may be inappropriate for children under 13.
Don’t Stop Believing
Yes it's a musical, but this isn’t your mother’s Broadway play, so men, before you head for the hills let’s get one thing clear. Rock of Ages is all about the rock. And 80s rock at that. Relive your daredevil days or introduce the younger generation to the best music around as you drink to Don’t Stop Believing, We Built This City, The Final Countdown, and Wanted Dead or Alive. Rock of Ages is a funny, reminiscent, and totally rocking musical that will have you wanting to get on your feet and start rocking out on your air guitar. Unlike many musicals, Rock of Ages is an interactive exchange between audience and actors. The stars of The Bourbon Room shout out, pelvic thrust towards, and bring the audience into their world on Sunset Boulevard.
Head back to 1987 in Rock of Ages as it follows small-town boy, Drew, and country girl Sherrie to the big town of LA. Following their dreams, Drew and Sherrie find the big bands that made the 80s. Remember the guitars. Remember the huge hair. Remember the men with those sexy tight pants. How could Drew and Sherri resist? You watch (and participate) in Drew and Sherrie’s transition to Sunset Boulevard as they discover the music of Bon Jovi, Twisted Sister, Journey, Poison, Pat Benatar, and so many more.
This five-time Tony Award winning Broadway musical is now a movie with Tom Cruise, but don’t kid yourself. The movie doesn't hold a flame to the Broadway musical, Rock of Ages. Once you watch The Rock of Ages hit the floor of The Venetian and carry the party into The Bourbon Room, a bar that The Venetian created in response to the musical.
In true 1980s form, Rock of Ages is racy, and some dances could be considered best for adults. Lots of children do attend, and this is a fun way to introduce this musical genre to friends and family, so if you are fine with a little profanity and some strong innuendo, take the kids along for this fast-paced and fun musical.