“Broadway’s Best Party” Rocked the Sault (Gallery)

Rock of Ages
Photo by Megan Pounder/SaultOnline

Fifth Estate Entertainment’s audience favourite, Rock of Ages, stopped in the Sault on Tuesday night as part of their tenth anniversary tour.

This show¬† featured 80’s hits from iconic bands such as Styx, Poison, Twisted Sister, and Whitesnake among many others.

Rock of Ages opened Apr. 7, 2009, on Broadway and has played 2,300 performances at the Brooks Atkinson and Helen Hayes Theatres. The show also toured nationally and internationally, and, in 2012, was turned into a major motion picture by New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. Pictures.

For more information on casting and dates, visit the tour website here.


  1. Some years ago now I attended the first indoor concert of a kind I had never in the past. I wanted to see if what was said by the expected singer in an interview was for real or fake.

    It was in a nearby place to me with a name that I find so hard to believe yet it really is for real.

    I felt, even more, to go including another reason. I wanted to experience a newly opened restaurant in the same or nearby building. Feeling still in somewhat shock over the usages of these historical structures I went ahead with my plan.

    Low and behold what an eventful ever so revealing evening that did involve work.

    As for the relevancy to the featured topic, I shall reserve that. It may be published for another expected very short chapter (analogy) of what is natural giftedness in the arts and what is not.

    Is it really in the ear of the beholder (analogy)?

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