Win a Ticket to a Broadway Rehearsal for Gettin’ the Band Back Together

Broadway News   Win a Ticket to a Broadway Rehearsal for Gettin’ the Band Back Together
 
Producers are offering 100 theatregoers a glimpse of the musical before it starts on Broadway.

Producers of Broadway's Gettin’ the Band Back Together are inviting 100 members of the public the opportunity to sit in on rehearsals for the new musical comedy June 29 and June 30 at 3 PM at a secret location in midtown. For a chance to be a part of the action, fans need to first share the show's new music video.

Entries will be collecting through June 27, with winners announced the following day. Click here for more details.

Gettin’ the Band Back Together follows Mitch (played by Mitchell Jarvis), a 40-year-old, out-of-work banker who moves back in with his mother and decides to reunite his old high school band, Juggernaut.

The musical, directed by Tony winner John Rando and choreographed by Chris Bailey, will begin performances July 19 prior to an official opening August 13 at the Belasco Theatre.

The principal cast also features Marilu Henner as his mother, Sharon, Jay Klaitz as Bart Vickers, Manu Narayan as Dr. Rummesh "Robbie" Patel, Paul Whitty as Michael “Sully” Sullivan, Sawyer Nunes as Ricky “Bling” Goldstein, Kelli Barrett as Dani, Becca Kötte as Tawney, Garth Kravits as Ritchie, Tamika Lawrence as Roxanne Velasco, Noa Solorio as Billie, and Brandon Williams as Tygen Billows.

The ensemble will include Ryan Duncan, Nehal Joshi, J. Elaine Marcos, Rob Marnell, Jasmin Richardson, and Tad Wilson.

Gettin’ the Band Back Together features a book by Ken Davenport (who also produces) and the performance group Grundleshotz, who helped develop the show. Mark Allen penned the score, and Sarah Saltzberg (a member of Grundleshotz) provided additional material. The musical received its world premiere in 2013 at George Street Playhouse, also directed by Rando.

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