Andrew Lloyd Webber’s School of Rock—The Musical plays its final performance at Broadway's Winter Garden Theatre January 20. The production welcomes back dozens of former young cast members for one last jam session for the final show.
School of Rock opened December 6, 2015; upon closing, the show will have played 1,309 performances and 31 previews.
The production, which recouped its entire Broadway investment in May 2017, was nominated for four 2016 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Best Score (Andrew Lloyd Webber and Glenn Slater), Best Book (Julian Fellowes), and Best Leading Actor in a Musical (Alex Brightman)
The current Broadway cast includes Justin Collette as Dewey, Mamie Parris as Rosalie, Jonathan Gould as Ned, Lori Eve Marinacci as Patty, Conner John Gillooly as Dewey Alternate, Matthew Jost as Zack, Levi Buksbazen as Freddy, Montgomery Lamb as Katie, Jordan Cole as Lawrence, Ava Briglia as Summer, Hudson Loverro as Billy, and Layla Capers as Tomika.
The adult ensemble includes Leo Ash Evens, Matt Bittner, Steven Booth, Badia Farha, Alan H. Green, Kara Haller, Michael Hartney, Lizzie Klemperer, Cassie Okenka, Diane Phelan, Jesse Swimm, Joel Waggoner, Jonathan Wagner, and Jeremy Woodard. The kids ensemble includes Caroline Basu, Duke Cutler, Darrow Golub, Katie Greendorfer, Madison Elizabeth Lagares, Madalen Yarbrough Mills, Nirvaan Pal, Theodora Silverman, Mikey Sohn, and Sarah Walsh.
School of Rock can also be seen in London, on its North American tour, and at Her Majesty’s Theatre in Melbourne, Australia. The musical will open in China, Sydney, Brisbane, and across Asia in 2019.
School of Rock—The Musical is produced on Broadway by Lloyd Webber for The Really Useful Group, Warner Music Group & Access Industries, The Shubert Organization, and The Nederlander Organization. Ken Davenport and Madeleine Lloyd Webber serve as executive producers.