Bring It On Broadway Show
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Bring It On on Broadway
The comedy film about cheerleading competitors is now an energetic new musical with songs by Lin-Manuel Miranda (In the Heights), Tom Kitt (Next To Normal), and Amanda Green, and a book by Jeff Whitty (Avenue Q).
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Loosely based on the movie of the same name, Bring It On is a new musical about a cheerleading competition.
Andy Blankenbuehler (Direction / Choreography)
Tom Kitt (Music)
Lin-Manuel Miranda (Music & Lyrics)
Amanda Green (Lyrics)
Jeff Whitty (Book)
Summary The world of competitive cheerleading explodes onto the stage in this energetic new musical based on the movie of the same name.
Age May be inappropriate for 8 and under. Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
Our Recommendation The thing that first catches your eye in Bring It On is the acrobatics. Many real-life competitive cheerleaders are in the show’s cast, and they pull off some incredible moves onstage, flipping, somersaulting, and being flung far up into the air. But Bring It On also has a smart, silly, and often hilarious book by Jeff Whitty, who creates a cast of well-drawn characters that each have their individual quirks (kudos also to the youthful cast, who bring these colorful characters to life). In the Heights‘ Lin-Manuel Miranda, along with Tom Kitt (Next To Normal) and Amanda Green, provide the songs, utilizing very different styles to highlight the differences between the worlds of the two high school cheerleading teams that compete against each other. A few songs are a bit bland, but on the whole it is a strong score. (The incredibly catchy number “Do Your Own Thing” deserves to be a Top 40 radio hit right now.)