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August 6 and 7, 2016

August 6 and 7, 2016 
“Stardust to Blackstar:
The Lives of David Bowie”

The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars - Live!

Blackstar - In concert.
Live Premiere!

Plus an All-star high energy tribute to some of Bowie's best music.

Advanced Tickets:
August 6 and August 7

The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars

Music Director, Vocals, Guitar - Mick Mondo
Drew Townson, Guitar
Mark Cherone, Guitar
Joel Simches, Keys
Pete Sutton, Bass
Nancy Delaney, Drums
Ken Field, Sax
Guest Vocals: Peter Moore, John Powhida, Goddamn Glenn, The Glow Twins


Arranged and Music Directed by Russ Gershon
Russ Gershon, Sax, flute
Melanie Howell Brooks, sax, bass clarinet, flute
Phil Aiken, keys
Paul Schultheis, keys
Albino Mbie, guitar
Greg Loughman, bass
Jacques Smith Jr, drums
Vocalists and Choir: Ron Murphy, Gene Dante, Peter Moore, Albino Mbie, Linda Viens, Erica Mantone, Susan Barnaby, Jenna Markard, C. Moon Mullins

The David Bowie Allstars

Matt Sullivan - Music Director and Guitar
Clinton Degan - Guitar, Keys
Evan Dean - Bass
Ian Henchley - Drums
Featuring: Jess Jacobs, Melissa Gibbs, Clinton Degan, Andrea Gillis, Rod Van Stoli, Gene Dante, Erica Mantone, C. Moon Mullins, Michelle Palhaus

Founded in 1993, Boston Rock Opera presents theatrical stagings of rock operas and evenings dedicated to album tributes, narrative song, song cycles, conceptual rock performance and works in progress.

While perhaps best known for its cult productions of Jesus Christ Superstar, the 2000 production featured Gary Cherone as Judas, Chris Mascara in the title role and Valerie Forgione as Mary Magdalene, Boston Rock Opera also presented theatrical premieres of the the Kinks' Ray Davies' Preservation and The Pretty Things' S. F. Sorrow.

Whether through a full blown theatrical production or a nightclub event BRO's goal was and is to explore the power and risk of rock and roll with the challenge of great storytelling.