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Rumer Willis & Ginifer King: For The Record

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Rumer Willis & Ginifer King star in a new adaptation at Rockwell: Table & Stage. It intertwines the tales of the star-crossed lovers from "Romeo + Juliet," "Strictly Ballroom," "Moulin Rouge," and "The Great Gatsby" in a stunning 360-degree live theatrical concert experience.

August 22nd through October 19th.

More Facts About "For The Record: Baz Luhrmann":

  • The show stars a rotating cast from stage, screen and music performing songs from the Luhrmann films' soundtracks that include "Sparkling Diamonds," "Crazy In Love," "Lovefool," "Your Song," "Time After Time," "Like A Virgin," "When Doves Cry," "Lady Marmalade," "100$ Bill" and more. The talented singers/actors move throughout the space, bringing the show tableside.
  • The talented cast of For The Record: Baz Luhrmann includes making her "For The Record" debut Rumer Willis ("The House Bunny," CW's 90210), Ginifer King (Nickelodeon's Haunted Hathaways, Broadway's Gypsy, Steel Magnolias), Milena Govich (NBC's Law & Order, FX's Rescue Me), Kristolyn Lloyd (CBS's The Bold and the Beautiful), Jackie Seiden ("New Year's Eve," Broadway's Hairspray), Peter Porte (CBS's The Young and the Restless), Lindsay Pearce (Fox's Glee), Derek Ferguson (NBC's Smash, Broadway's Wonderland), Danielle Truitt (Disney's The Princess and the Frog), Charissa Hogeland (Hollywood Bowl's Chicago), Joanna Jones (NBC's The Sing-Off), Olivia Harris ("The Playroom"), Tomasina Abate, Margaret M. Spirito, Steve Mazurek (Hollywood Bowl's LES MISERABLES), Ciaran McCarthy, Ben D. Goldberg, Payson Lewis (NBC's The Sing-Off), Darryl Semira (Broadway's Mamma Mia!, Spamalot), "), Patrick Mulvey (Fox's The Mob Doctor, Broadway's Billy Elliot), and Jason Paige ("Blood Sweat and Tears").

(Source: broadwayworld.com)

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