Thank you to Everyone!! who attended and helped raise money for the One America Appeal for Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. You also dropped off bags of gifts which were distributed locally and to children in Puerto Rico through the wonderful folks at the Puerto Rican Festival of Massachusetts, Inc.

Boston Rock Opera brought together more than 30 performers from Boston's vibrant music scene to celebrate the holidays with music and laughter, while raising money for Hurricane Maria relief.

Kristina Kehrer, who videotaped HAIR and The Hereafter Party for BRO, also captured the  Happening Holiday Special together.

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Thank you to everyone who came out to The Hereafter Party!
You helped raise $3,500 for the Children’s Room  - Caring support for grieving children teens & families!

Here are some great videos of a few of the live performances edited by Kristina Kehrer!
And A playlist of more Hereafter Party videos from Chris Gesek.

Thank you all once again! Our love for you could break our hearts in two

 More Information about the performance  | Beautiful poster art by Daykamp Creative

Recent B.R.O. Productions:
HAIR: The American Tribal Love Rock Musical
October 21, 22, 23, 2016
Kristina Kehrer's video of the final performance:

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

Mick Mondo and Streaker sings Suffragette City at Stardust to Blackstar on August 7, 2016. Video by Chris Gesek

Ad Frank performs David Bowie's song Scary Monsters during The Hereafter Party, a tribute to David Bowie, George Michael, and Prince. Video Produced by Kristina Kehrer.

Gathering The Tribe (Short Version)
Filmed while the scrappy Boston Rock Opera was rehearsing for our production of the historical rock opera "HAIR."

On August 6 and 7, 2016, Boston Rock Opera reunited after a long hiatus to present a three hour tribute to David Bowie; Stardust to Blackstar.
Please enjoy Ron Murphy performing Lazarus at ONCE Ballroom, August 7, 2016.

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Boston Rock Opera presents theatrical stagings of rock operas, album and artist tributes, and works by Boston-based musicians. In 2016, B.R.O. presented Stardust to Blackstar: The Lives of David Bowie, and HAIR after a long period of inactivity.

Previously best known for its cult productions of Jesus Christ Superstar, and its theatrical premiere of The Kinks' Ray Davies' Preservation, Boston Rock Opera has celebrated a diverse range of narrative music, and worked with hundreds of New England based performers and musicians since 1993. Whether through a full blown theatrical production, or a nightclub event, B.R.O.'s mission is to explore the challenge of great storytelling through the power and risk of rock and roll.

Believing that the arts are enhanced by true diversity, BRO strives to recruit performers of all races, ethnicities, ages and identities.