Jesus Christ Superstar Broadway Show
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Jesus Christ Superstar on Broadway
A modern classic, this rock opera by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice returns to Broadway in an acclaimed production that has already wowed audiences at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival. Famed songs from the musical include "I Don't Know How To Love Him" and the title number.
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The last days of Jesus Christ, from his arrival in Jerusalem to his crucifixion, are chronicled in this rock musical that explores Jesus' celebrity and his relationships with Judas Iscariot and Mary Magdalene.
Des McAnuff (Direction)
Lisa Shriver (Choreography)
Robert Brill (Scenic Design)
Paul Tazewell (Costume Design)
Howell Binkley (Lighting Design)
Jim Neil (Sound Design)
Sean Nieuwenhuis (Video Design)
Rick Fox (Musical Direction)
Tim Rice (Book and Lyrics)
Andrew Lloyd Webber (Music)
Summary The final days of Jesus Christ, from the time that he arrives in Jerusalem to his crucifixion, are the subject of this Andrew Lloyd Webber/Tim Rice rock musical that focuses on Jesus' celebrity and his relationships with Mary Magdalene and Judas Iscariot.
Age Tween and Up. Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
Our Recommendation Under the direction of Des McAnuff (Jersey Boys), this no-frills production of one of the earliest rock musicals moves along at a good pace as the story of Jesus Christ's last days unfold. Although Lloyd Webber and Rice seldom delve very deeply into the many themes in this oft-told story, their central focus on Judas's skepticism of Jesus' divinity and Mary's complicated love for him is intriguing. McAnuff does a particularly good job of staging the final scenes, powerfully depicting the crucifixion and featuring Judas' rendition of the memorable title song. As Jesus and Judas, respectively, Paul Nolan and Josh Young deliver impressive scream-rock vocals without sacrificing vocal clarity or becoming self-indulgent, and they are surrounded by a strong ensemble of singers and dancers.