PHOTO CALL: "Send My Love a Letterbomb!" New Rehearsal Pics from Shenandoah Conservatory's College Premiere of American Idiot

News   PHOTO CALL: "Send My Love a Letterbomb!" New Rehearsal Pics from Shenandoah Conservatory's College Premiere of American Idiot Shenandoah Conservatory at Shenandoah University is currently in rehearsals for the first-ever college production of Green Day's American Idiot. Here is a look at the cast hard at work prepping for the staging which begins performances Sept. 26 in Winchester, VA.

The cast features Mike Bamford (Johnny), Connor Alexander (Tunny), Jon Graham (Will), Lara Treacy (Whatsername), Tess Marshall (Heather), Lauren Khalfayan (Extraordinary Girl) and Stevie Bovo (St. Jimmy) with Erik Poger Abrahamsen, Taylor Bloom, Alex Boyd, Tom Cannan, Christian Favier, Jessica Rae Foulds, Jessica Frenkel, Kali Haines, Brittany Irish, Nick Lenz, Jessica Lynch, Rafael Martinez-Salgado, Nick Morgan, Erin Puskar, Emily Rafala, Frankie Ramirez, Patrick Clealand Rosé, Spencer Streno, Kelsee Sweigard, Hilary Trumbauer and Bryce Wagner.

American Idiot, which won the Grammy as Best Musical Show Album, features the music of Green Day with lyrics by lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong. The show won 2010 Tony Awards for its scenic and lighting design by Christine Jones and Kevin Adams, respectively.

The production is directed by Jonathan Flom and choreographed by Tiffanie Carson. Tom Albert serves as musical director. The creative team also includes scenic design by Bill Pierson; costume design by Tanner Pippert; lighting design by Mac Bozman, Greg Iannarelli and Chris Mudie; sound design by Harold Post and Golder O'Neill and projection design by Alec Sparks, Jon Graham and Jonathan Flom.

The rock musical tells the story of three boyhood friends, each searching for meaning in a post-9/11 world. The score includes all music from Green Day's 2004 album "American Idiot," plus additional numbers from Green Day's Grammy Award-winning 2009 release "21st Century Breakdown" (including "21 Guns" and an unreleased love song, "When It's Time").

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