We Will Rock You Review
Freddy Mercury is turning in his grave as the cult musical We Will Rock You, originally produced on West End, now tours America. The musical, based on the songs of British…Continue
By: Ryan Lenard
Having never heard of the musical We Will Rock You before the performance, I was very pleased to hear that the story included music from the British rock band Queen! The musical is focused on a futuristic world in which a group of Bohemians struggle to bring back the free exchange of thought, style, and music while everyone else dresses, acts and thinks the same exact…Continue
We Will Rock You is a surprising and loud show. Flashing lights and blasting speakers create an old rock concert feel. We Will Rock You is on its first national tour and is being preformed at the Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis until the 22 of November. This show has a plot full of adventure, along with a romantic story and an apocalypse theme.
In this show a young man has dreams of old songs drifting in his head. These…Continue
"We Will Rock You"
"We Will Rock You" Rocks The Orpheum
The Orpheum Theatre is hosting the Broadway national tour of “We Will Rock You” November 21st through the 24th. The show is highly entertaining and defiantly the show to see.
The show takes place in the future and revolves around a boy and girl that team up with a band of rebels who shares their same dream, to bring rock and roll back! Brian…Continue
If you think a musical comprised of hit 70s songs does not sound comparable to the fine art that is middle school theatrics, you would be wrong. We Will Rock You and stereotypical middle school plays and musicals have a lot in common. Like, a lot a lot.
The first thing you can expect at any middle school performance is to get a lot of cheap jokes. Though the jokes in We Will Rock You were certainly more sexualized in nature, it was very much the…Continue
Today’s review comes to you in 3 acts. Act one, dance and radio: two creative acts that should not go together but totally work. Act two, three spectacular performers in three very different acts onstage. And finally, act three, how interactive technical aspects elevated the experience just that much more.
We start in act one.
Added by Zoë Makila on November 15, 2013 at 12:42am — No Comments