Brooks Atkinson Theatre, (4/07/2009 - 1/09/2011)
Helen Hayes Theatre, (3/24/2011 - 1/18/2015)

First Preview: Mar 17, 2009
Opening Date: Apr 07, 2009
Closing Date: Jan 18, 2015
Total Previews: 22
Total Performances: 2328

Category: Musical, Original, Broadway
Setting: The 1980s.

Opening Night Production Staff

Theatre Owned / Operated by The Nederlander Organization (James M. Nederlander: Chairman; James L. Nederlander: President)

Produced by Matthew Weaver, Carl Levin, Jeff Davis, Barry Habib, Scott Prisand, Relativity Media and Corner Store Fund; Produced in association with Janet Billig Rich, Hillary Weaver, Toni Habib, Paula Davis, Simon and Stefany Bergson/Jennifer Maloney, Charles Rolecek, Susanne Brook, Israel Wolfson, Sara Katz/Jayson Raitt, Max Gottlieb/John Butler, David Kaufman/Jay Franks, Michael Wittlin, Prospect Pictures, Laura Smith/Bill Bodnar, Happy Walters, Michele Caro and The Araca Group; Associate Producer: David Gibbs

Book by Chris D'Arienzo; Music arranged by Ethan Popp; Music orchestrated by Ethan Popp; Original arrangements by: David Gibbs; Musical Director: Henry Aronson

Directed by Kristin Hanggi; Choreographed by Kelly Devine; Associate Director: Adam John Hunter; Associate Choreographer: Robert Tatad

Scenic Design by Beowulf Boritt; Costume Design by Gregory Gale; Lighting Design by Jason Lyons; Projection Design by Zachary Borovay; Sound Design by Peter Hylenski; Hair and Wig Design by Tom Watson; Make-Up Design by Angelina Avallone; Associate Scenic Design: Jo Winiarski; Associate Costume Design: Karl Ruckdeschel; Associate Projection Design: Austin Switser; Associate Sound Design: Keith Caggiano

General Manager: Frankel Green Theatrical Management and Leslie Ledbetter; Company Manager: Tracy Geltman; Associate Gen. Mgr: Aliza Wassner; Assistant Co. Mgr: Susan Keappock

Production Stage Manager: Claudia Lynch; Stage Manager: Adam John Hunter; Assistant Stage Mgr: Marisha Ploski and Matthew DiCarlo; Technical Supervisor: Peter Fulbright, Tech Production Services, Inc., Colleen Houlehen and Miranda Wigginton

Musical Supervisor: Ethan Popp; Conducted by Henry Aronson; Guitar 1: Joel Hoekstra; Guitar 2: David Gibbs; Drums: Jon Weber; Bass: Winston Roye; Synthesizer Programmer: Randy Cohen; Musical Coordinator: John Miller; Copyist: Firefly Music Service; Keyboard: Henry Aronson

General Press Representative: Barlow-Hartman Public Relations; Casting: Telsey + Company; Vocal Coach: Liz Caplan; Photographer: Joan Marcus; Marketing: Leanne Schanzer Promotions; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.; Dance Captain: Bahiyah Sayyed Gaines; Associate Press Representative: Matt Shea; Marketing & Promotions: The Pekoe Group

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Opening Night Cast

Constantine MaroulisDrew
(Mar 17, 2009 - Sep 09, 2010)
Amy SpangerSherrie
(Mar 17, 2009 - Jun 07, 2009)
James CarpinelloStacee Jaxx
Father
Adam DannheisserDennis
Record Company Man
Ericka HunterOffstage Voice
Mitchell JarvisLonny
(Mar 17, 2009 - Sep 05, 2010)
Record Company Man
(Mar 17, 2009 - Sep 05, 2010)
Michele MaisJustice
(Mar 17, 2009 - Jan 20, 2013)
Mother
Lauren MolinaRegina
(Mar 17, 2009 - Aug 01, 2010)
Candi
(Mar 17, 2009 - Aug 01, 2010)
Angel ReedYoung Groupie
Ensemble
Paul SchoefflerHertz
Wesley TaylorFranz
(Mar 17, 2009 - Sep 13, 2009)
Katherine TokarzReporter
Ensemble
Andre WardMayor
Ja'Keith Gill
Ensemble
Tad WilsonOffstage Voice
Savannah WiseWaitress
Ensemble
Jeremy WoodardSleazy Producer
Joey Primo
Ensemble

Swings: Joey Calveri, Jeremy Jordan, Michael Minarik and Bahiyah Sayyed Gaines

Understudies: Ericka Hunter (Sherrie), Jeremy Jordan (Drew, Franz, Stacee Jaxx), Michael Minarik (Dennis, Hertz, Lonny, Stacee Jaxx), Bahiyah Sayyed Gaines (Justice), Katherine Tokarz (Justice, Regina), Tad Wilson (Dennis, Hertz, Lonny), Savannah Wise (Sherrie) and Jeremy Woodard (Drew, Franz, Stacee Jaxx)

Awards and Nominations

Tony Award®

 2009 Best Musical [nominee] 

Produced by Matthew Weaver, Carl Levin, Jeff Davis, Barry Habib, Scott Prisand, Relativity Media and Corner Store Fund; Produced in association with Janet Billig Rich, Hillary Weaver, Toni Habib, Paula Davis, Simon and Stefany Bergson/Jennifer Maloney, Charles Rolecek, Susanne Brook, Israel Wolfson, Sara Katz/Jayson Raitt, Max Gottlieb/John Butler, David Kaufman/Jay Franks, Michael Wittlin, Prospect Pictures, Laura Smith/Bill Bodnar, Happy Walters, Michele Caro and The Araca Group

 2009 Best Actor in a Musical [nominee] 

Constantine Maroulis

 2009 Best Direction of a Musical [nominee] 

Kristin Hanggi

 2009 Best Costume Design of a Musical [nominee] 

Gregory Gale

 2009 Best Sound Design of a Musical [nominee] 

Sound Design by Peter Hylenski

Theatre World

winner 2009 Award [recipient] 

Wesley Taylor

Songs



ACT 1
Cum on Feel The Noize
(music by Neville Holder and James Lea; lyrics by Neville Holder and James Lea )
Just Like Paradise
(music by David Lee Roth and Brett Tuggle; lyrics by David Lee Roth and Brett Tuggle )
Nothin' But a Good Time
(music by Bruce Anthony Johannessen, Bret Michael, Rikki Rocket and Bobby Dall; lyrics by Bruce Anthony Johannessen, Bret Michael, Rikki Rocket and Bobby Dall )
Sister Christian
(music by Kelly Keagy; lyrics by Kelly Keagy )
We Built This City
(music by Dennis Lambert, Martin George Page, Bernie Taupin and Peter Wolf; lyrics by Dennis Lambert, Martin George Page, Bernie Taupin and Peter Wolf )
Too Much Time on My Hands
(music by Tommy Shaw; lyrics by Tommy Shaw )
I Wanna Rock
(music by Daniel Dee Snider; lyrics by Daniel Dee Snider )
We're Not Gonna Take It
(music by Daniel Dee Snider; lyrics by Daniel Dee Snider )
More Than Words
(music by Nuno Bettencourt and Gary F. Cherone; lyrics by Nuno Bettencourt and Gary F. Cherone )
Heaven
(music by Jani Lane, Erik Turner, Jerry Dixon, Joey Allen and Steven Sweet; lyrics by Jani Lane, Erik Turner, Jerry Dixon, Joey Allen and Steven Sweet )
To Be With You
(music by David Grahame and Eric Martin; lyrics by David Grahame and Eric Martin )
Waiting For a Girl Like You
(music by Michael Leslie Jones and Louis Gramattico; lyrics by Michael Leslie Jones and Louis Gramattico )
Wanted Dead or Alive
(music by Jon Bon Jovi and Richard S. Sambora; lyrics by Jon Bon Jovi and Richard S. Sambora )
Renegade
(music by Tommy Shaw; lyrics by Tommy Shaw )
I Want to Know What Love Is
(music by Michael Leslie Jones; lyrics by Michael Leslie Jones )
Cum on Feel The Noize (Reprise)
(music by Neville Holder and James Lea; lyrics by Neville Holder and James Lea )
We're Not Gonna Take It (Reprise)
(music by Daniel Dee Snider; lyrics by Daniel Dee Snider )
Harden My Heart
(music by Marvin Webster Ross; lyrics by Marvin Webster Ross )
Shadows of The Night
(music by D.L. Byron; lyrics by D.L. Byron )
Here I Go Again
(music by David Coverdale and Bernard Marsden; lyrics by David Coverdale and Bernard Marsden )
ACT 2
The Final Countdown
(music by Joey Tempest; lyrics by Joey Tempest )
Any Way You Want It
(music by Steve Perry and Neal Schon; lyrics by Steve Perry and Neal Schon )
I Wanna Rock (Reprise)
(music by Daniel Dee Snider; lyrics by Daniel Dee Snider )
We're Not Gonna Take It (Reprise)
(music by Daniel Dee Snider; lyrics by Daniel Dee Snider )
High Enough
(music by Jack Blades, Ted Nugent and Tommy Shaw; lyrics by Jack Blades, Ted Nugent and Tommy Shaw )
Beaver Hunt
(music by David Gibbs and Chris Hardwick; lyrics by David Gibbs and Chris Hardwick )
Kiss Me Deadly
(music by Mick Smiley; lyrics by Mick Smiley )
I Hate Myself For Loving You
(music by Desmond Child and Joan Jett; lyrics by Desmond Child and Joan Jett )
Heat of The Moment
(music by Geoffrey Downes and John K. Wetton; lyrics by Geoffrey Downes and John K. Wetton )
Hit Me With Your Best Shot
(music by E. Schwartz; lyrics by E. Schwartz )
I Can't Fight This Feeling
(music by Kevin Cronin; lyrics by Kevin Cronin )
Every Rose Has Its Thorn
(music by Bruce Anthony Johannessen, Bret Michael, Rikki Rocket and Bobby Dall; lyrics by Bruce Anthony Johannessen, Bret Michael, Rikki Rocket and Bobby Dall )
Keep on Loving You
(music by Kevin Cronin; lyrics by Kevin Cronin )
Oh, Sherrie
(music by Steve Perry, Randy Goodrum, Bill Cuomo and Craig Krampf; lyrics by Steve Perry, Randy Goodrum, Bill Cuomo and Craig Krampf )
The Search Is Over
(music by Frank Sullivan and Jim Peterik; lyrics by Frank Sullivan and Jim Peterik )
Don't Stop Believing
(music by Jonathan Cain, Neal Schon and Steve Perry; lyrics by Jonathan Cain, Neal Schon and Steve Perry )

Reviews


AP: "'Rock of Ages' tours the music of the '80s"

It's not often that a musical's narrator interrupts the show to mock its formulaic book and simple humor.

That's what happens in Chris D'Arienzo's high-energy, low-IQ spectacle "Rock of Ages," the latest jukebox musical to hit Broadway.

This lighthearted, comedic production faithfully retreads 1980s rock classics, performed by a talented cast and a potent house band. Throw in an arena-style light show and it all makes for a lively night at the theater.

It just happens to be unabashedly shallow and mostly unoriginal, as the narrator points out.

Perhaps D'Arienzo can afford to be self-deprecating about his writing, considering "Rock of Ages" should benefit from a built-in audience, few of whom are likely to buy tickets on the promise of his book.

The main appeal of this musical, which opened Tuesday at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre, lies in the rock anthems and power ballads that remain entrenched in mainstream consciousness decades after they topped the charts.

The hodgepodge of radio hits includes Poison's "Every Rose Has Its Thorn," Bon Jovi's "Wanted Dead or Alive" and Night Ranger's "Sister Christian," to name a few.

These perennial mixed-tape favorites are stitched together loosely to form a flimsy, though continuous, theatrical piece that culminates in a full-ensemble performance of "Don't Stop Believin'" by Journey, a highlight of the two-act program.

D'Arienzo's story is set in 1987 on West Hollywood's Sunset Strip. Drew and Sherrie are aspiring stars who fall in love to a soundtrack of Foreigner's "Waiting for a Girl Like You" and, of course, Steve Perry's "Oh, Sherrie."

An evil developer wants to tear down the local club and instigates a showdown with defiant rockers. Cue "We're Not Gonna Take It" by Twisted Sister and Pat Benatar's "Hit Me With Your Best Shot."

Constantine Maroulis leads a solid cast with an impressively natural performance as Drew, the fledgling rock star. Maroulis displays the sterling voice and easy, engaging presence that made him a favorite on TV's "American Idol." He has appeared on Broadway in "The Wedding Singer" and off-Broadway in last year's production of "Rock of Ages" at New World Stages.

Maroulis is complemented by the talented Amy Spanger in the role of Sherrie, the naive actress turned exotic dancer. Spanger, whose Broadway credits include "The Wedding Singer," "Kiss Me, Kate" and "Chicago," is perhaps the cast's most polished, all-around performer.

Mitchell Jarvis provides welcome comic relief as Lonny the sound guy, who doubles as the narrator. Jarvis is responsible for many of the funnier moments in the show's otherwise uneven comedy.

"Rock of Ages" should satisfy nostalgists with a penchant for '80s kitsch, but its lack of depth makes it unlikely to impress a wider audience.


AP
04/07/2009

New York Daily News: "'Rock of Ages' delivers '80s sprinkled with cheese"

Hey, it worked for the ABBA songbook.

Now '80s classics made famous by artists like Journey, Styx, Pat Benatar and Whitesnake could mean jukebox-musical gold for "Rock of Ages."

The unapologetically silly show opened Tuesday night at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre, slightly revised from its fall Off-Broadway run but with the same don't-take-it-serious, winking attitude that made it so easy to like.

And, yes, you can also still buy drinks from miniskirted waitresses who hawk them in the aisles, a novelty for Broadway.

There's a high Velveeta content in Chris D'Arienzo's Reagan-era story, including a heroine whose name makes a plaintive cover of "Oh Sherrie" inevitable. But he also cleverly weaves big-hair hits like "Waiting for a Girl Like You," "We Built This City" and "Anyway You Want It" into the show's acid-washed fabric.

The plot, as it is, concerns the legendary Bourbon Room on the Sunset Strip being demolished to make way for a mall, and two innocent kids, wanna-be musician Drew (Constantine Maroulis) and aspiring actress Sherrie (Amy Spanger), whose romance is demolished by Stacee Jaxx (James Carpinello), a raunchy rock idol.

Will love survive? Will the club? It all plays out in predictable fashion, but Kristin Hanggi's cheeky staging and Kelly Devine's pulsating choreography makes it an enjoyable journey. Factor in a couple dozen feel-good tunes and a rocking band and you've got a cranked-up crowd-pleaser.

Reprising the part of nice-guy Drew, whose janitorial job is a steppingstone to rock stardom, "American Idol" alum Maroulis brings versatile pipes and a shaggy charm that's irresistible.

Two key cast changes come with mixed results. The adorable Spanger's comic expertise adds fresh dimension to her starlet-turned-stripper. Carpinello, meanwhile, is a sinewy singer who can't shake loose much gleefulness, so the part feels smaller than before.

Mitchell Jarvis brings big laughs as Lonny, who narrates the show with Jack Black-style smirkiness. Michele Mais lets her husky voice bloom on the rousing "Every Rose Has Its Thorn," while a squad of fearless stripper girls rate a mention for dancing their butts off.

Tacky '80s fashions, grungy set pieces and glaring concert-style lighting are spot-on. The Bic lighters you're given to wave during the show are fake, but the exuberance "Rock of Ages" fires up at various times is the real deal.


New York Daily News
04/08/2009

Replacement/Transfer Info


The following people are credited as replacements or additions if they were not credited on opening night.


Brooks Atkinson Theatre

(4/7/2009 - 1/9/2011)

Produced in association with Marc Bell.

Associate Projection Design: Daniel Brodie; Assistant Projection Design: Austin Switser.

Guitar 2: Tommy Kessler.

Dance Captain: Jenifer Foote, Jennifer Rias.

Cast

Kerry Butler
Sherrie (Sep 18, 2009 - Mar 13, 2010)
Andrew C. Call
Ensemble
Callie Carter
Offstage Voice
Jenifer Foote
Offstage Voice
Mitchell Jarvis
Stacee Jaxx (Sep 13, 2010 - ?)
Jay Klaitz
Lonny (Sep 6, 2010 - ?)
Tom Lenk
Broadway Debut
Franz (Sep 18, 2009 - Mar 21, 2010)
Emily Padgett
Ensemble (Nov 16, 2009 - Mar 15, 2010)
Waitress (Nov 16, 2009 - Mar 15, 2010)
Sherrie (Mar 15, 2010 - Jan 9, 2011)
Josephine Rose Roberts
Candi (Aug 3, 2010 - ?)
Regina (Aug 3, 2010 - ?)
Cassie Silva
Ensemble
Dee Snider
Dennis (Oct 19, 2010 - Dec 24, 2010)
Derek St. Pierre
Broadway Debut
Franz (Mar 22, 2010 - Jan 9, 2011)
Don Stephenson
during Paul Schoeffler's hiatus
Hertz (Aug 17, 2009 - Oct 25, 2009)
Matthew Stocke
Offstage Voice
Strip Club DJ
Joey Taranto
Drew (Sep 10, 2010 - ?)
Becca Tobin
Offstage Voice
Katie Webber
Ensemble (Mar 22, 2010 - ?)
Waitress (Mar 22, 2010 - ?)
Savannah Wise
Sherrie (Jun 9, 2009 - Sep 13, 2009)

Swing: Callie Carter, Jenifer Foote, Geoff Packard, Jennifer Rias, Eric Sciotto, Becca Tobin.

Understudy: Andrew C. Call (Franz), Jenifer Foote (Justice, Regina, Ensemble), Geoff Packard (Drew), Emily Padgett (Sherrie), Jennifer Rias (Justice, Regina), Matthew Stocke (Dennis, Hertz, Lonny), Becca Tobin (Sherrie), Katie Webber (Sherrie).

Helen Hayes Theatre

(3/24/2011 - 1/18/2015)

Produced by Michael Cohl, Reagan Silber; Produced in association with Ryan Kavanaugh, Craig Cozza, Sara Mercer, Michael Minarik, Win Sheridan, Mariano Tolentino Jr., Peter M. Lenkov.

Moving Light Programmer: Marc Polimeni; Associate Lighting Design: Grant Wilcoxen; Assistant Lighting Design: Sean Beach; Assistant Sound Design: Drew Levy.

Company Manager: Daniel Kuney; Associate Co. Mgr: Chris Aniello; Company Manager: Chris Aniello; Assistant Co. Mgr: Deirdre Murphy.

Production Stage Manager: Matthew DiCarlo; Stage Manager: Justin Scribner; Assistant Stage Mgr: Heather Weiss, Francesca Russell; Production Stage Manager: Justin Scribner; Stage Manager: Andrea O. Saraffian; Assistant Stage Mgr: Joanne E. McInerney; Stage Manager: Joanne E. McInerney, Andrew Morton(Dec 8, 2014 - ?).

Copyist: Brian Allan Hobbs.

Casting: Tiffany Little Canfield, CSA; Photographer: Paul Kolnik; Dance Captain: Cristy Candler, Tessa Alves.

Cast

Tessa Alves
Ensemble (Mar 24, 2011 - ?)
Young Groupie
Waitress
Ensemble
Reporter
MiG Ayesa
Stacee Jaxx (Mar 24, 2011 - Sep 25, 2011)
Father
Matt Ban
Dennis (Aug 4, 2014 - Aug 14, 2014)
Genson Blimline
Lonny (Dec 19, 2011 - Feb 19, 2012)
Lonny
Record Company Man
Andrew C. Call
Joey Primo (Dec 17, 2012 - ?)
Sleazy Producer
Joey Calveri
Ensemble (Oct 3, 2011 - ?)
Joey Primo (Oct 3, 2011 - ?)
Sleazy Producer (Oct 3, 2011 - ?)
Father (Dec 17, 2012 - ?)
Stacee Jaxx (Dec 17, 2012 - ?)
Nick Cordero
Dennis (Sep 24, 2012 - Nov 18, 2012)
Record Company Man (Sep 24, 2012 - Nov 18, 2012)
Dennis
Record Company Man
Adam Dannheisser
Dennis (circa. 2010 - ?)
Record Company Man (circa. 2010 - ?)
Dan Domenech
Drew (Mar 24, 2011 - Mar 25, 2012)
Rebecca Faulkenberry
Sherrie (Mar 24, 2011 - Nov 6, 2011)
Lisa Finegold
Ensemble
Waitress
Aaron C. Finley
Drew (Aug 9, 2013 - Aug 3, 2014)
Frankie J. Grande
Franz (Nov 10, 2014 - Jan 18, 2015)
Alyssa Herrera
Ensemble
Waitress
Young Groupie
Ericka Hunter
Ensemble (Mar 24, 2011 - ?)
Waitress
Sherrie
Lindsay Janisse
Ensemble
Young Groupie
Mitchell Jarvis
Lonny (Mar 24, 2011 - Dec 18, 2011)
Record Company Man (Mar 24, 2011 - ?)
Father (Sep 15, 2014 - Oct 26, 2014)
Stacee Jaxx (Sep 15, 2014 - Oct 26, 2014)
Father (Jan 5, 2015 - Jan 18, 2015)
Stacee Jaxx (Jan 5, 2015 - Jan 18, 2015)
Cody Scott Lancaster
Franz (Mar 24, 2011 - ?)
Tony LePage
Ensemble (Mar 24, 2011 - ?)
Offstage Voice
Drew (Jul 29, 2013 - Aug 8, 2013)
Constantine Maroulis
Drew (Aug 4, 2014 - Jan 18, 2015)
Lauralyn McClelland
Ensemble
Reporter
Michael Minarik
Ensemble (Mar 24, 2011 - ?)
Julie Nelson
Ensemble
Young Groupie
Emily Padgett
Sherrie (Nov 7, 2011 - May 1, 2012)
Rebecca Riker
Ensemble
Reporter
Josephine Rose Roberts
Regina (Mar 24, 2011 - ?)
Kate Rockwell
Sherrie (Jan 21, 2013 - Apr 20, 2014)
Justin Matthew Sargent
Drew (Mar 26, 2012 - Jul 28, 2013)
Drew (Oct 29, 2014 - Nov 8, 2014)
Josh Sassanella
Ensemble
Offstage Voice
Joey Primo
Sleazy Producer
Paul Schoeffler
Hertz
Hertz
Chester See
Father (Oct 27, 2014 - Jan 4, 2015)
Stacee Jaxx (Oct 27, 2014 - Jan 4, 2015)
Cassie Silva
Ensemble (Mar 24, 2011 - ?)
Young Groupie
Ashley Spencer
Sherrie (May 11, 2012 - Jan 20, 2013)
Carrie St. Louis
Sherrie (Apr 21, 2014 - Nov 2, 2014)
Teresa Stanley
Justice (Jan 21, 2013 - ?)
Mother (Jan 21, 2013 - ?)
Matthew Stocke
Hertz
Sarrah Strimel
Ensemble
Reporter
Bret Tuomi
Hertz
Andre Ward
Ensemble (Mar 24, 2011 - ?)
Strip Club DJ
Katie Webber
Ensemble (Dec 19, 2011 - ?)
Waitress (Dec 19, 2011 - ?)
Sherrie (Sep 6, 2012 - Sep 16, 2012)
Ensemble
Waitress
Emily Williams
Ensemble (Mar 24, 2011 - Apr 3, 2012)
Reporter
Jeremy Woodard
Ensemble (Mar 24, 2011 - ?)
Stacee Jaxx (Oct 3, 2011 - ?)
Father
Lauren Zakrin
Broadway debut
Sherrie (Nov 3, 2014 - Jan 18, 2015)
Neka Zang
Ensemble (Apr 3, 2012 - ?)
Reporter (Apr 3, 2012 - ?)
Randi Zuckerberg
Regina (Mar 14, 2014 - Apr 6, 2014)

Swing: Jake Boyd, Cristy Candler, Ericka Hunter, Lindsay Janisse, Tony LePage, Lauralyn McClelland, Ralph Meitzler, Josh Sassanella, Cassie Silva, Valerie Stanois.

Understudy: Tessa Alves (Justice, Regina, Sherrie), Andrew C. Call (Drew, Stacee Jaxx), Joey Calveri (Dennis, Hertz, Lonny, Stacee Jaxx), Cristy Candler (Justice, Regina), Frankie J. Grande (Drew), Alyssa Herrera (Regina, Sherrie, Justice), Ericka Hunter (Sherrie, Justice), Cody Scott Lancaster (Drew), Tony LePage (Dennis, Drew, Franz, Hertz, Lonny, Stacee Jaxx), Lauralyn McClelland (Justice, Regina), Ralph Meitzler (Hertz), Geoff Packard (Franz), Rebecca Riker (Sherrie), Josh Sassanella (Franz, Stacee Jaxx, Drew), Cassie Silva (Sherrie), Sarrah Strimel (Justice, Regina), Katie Webber (Justice, Sherrie), Neka Zang (Regina).



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