School Of Rock | The Musical

School Of Rock | The MusicalSchool Of Rock | The Musical


Wednesday - Sunday | Until 10th February 2019

Her Majesty's Theatre

Based on the hit movie, this ass-kicking new musical follows dropout Dewey Finn, a failed rock star forced to earn some extra cash by posing as a teacher at a prestigious prep school. But Dewey isn't going to teach them algebra or arithmetic, oh no.

These kids are going to learn what it takes to become the most awesome rock 'n' roll band of all time! But can his new group win the Battle of the Bands without being schooled by their parents and headmistress, or will Dewey have to face the music?

With a new score from Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics by Glenn Slater, book by Julian Fellowes and an incredible cast of kids shredding guitars, pounding drums and rocking out live, SCHOOL OF ROCK is a pop-tastic treat for all ages.

You are invited to tune your air guitar, raise your rock salute and discover the show that hits all the right notes.

Jack Black
The Sunday Times

Wednesdays 1pm & 7pm
Thursdays 7pm
Fridays 7.30pm
Saturdays 1pm & 7.30pm
Sundays 1pm & 5.30pm

School of Rock musical cast announcement

WAAPA graduate, actor / composer Brent Hill was announced today as wannabe rock star Dewey Finn.

Hill will be joined on stage each night by an extraordinarily talented group of young Australian performers, aged nine to 13 years of age, who will deliver scorching riffs, pounding drums and all-live rock. After a nationwide search, these 36 performers will alternate in the following roles:


Ben Swissa, 12, from Rose Bay NSW
Jayden Tatasciore, 9, from Landsdale WA
Zane Blumeris, 11, from Mooroolbark


Kempton Maloney (Wind in the Willows), 9, from Newtown
Bailey Landeg, 11, from Riverside TAS
Ethan Stephenson, 12 from Nunawading


Caleb Elbourne, 11, from Ferntree Gully
Orlando Schwerdt (Carmen, Matilda), 12, from Sandhurst
Heath Jelovic (Parsifal and Turandot, The Secret River), 13, from Cherrybrook NSW


Samantha Zhang, 10, from Menai NSW
Remy Grunden, 10, from Oakleigh South
Tiana Mirra (Matilda, Strictly Ballroom), 13, from Park Orchards


Ava McInnes, 10, from Geelong
Stephanie Kipnis (Matilda), 10, from Mount Waverley
Yvette Pugat, 10, from Clyde North


Bella-Mia Bortolin, 11 from Heidelberg Heights
Chihana Perera (Matilda), 12 from Hartness (?)
Riley Thomas, 10 from Taylors Hill


Annie Jones (Sound of Music), 10, from Glenroy
Kayla Muir (Sound of Music), 10, from Warrandyte
Riya Mandrawa, 10, from Hawthorn East


Ashlyn Norman, 11 from Port Melbourne
Ava Rose Houben-Carter, 10 from Pakenham
Rachel Kipnis (Sound of Music, Les Misérables), 13 from Mount Waverley


Lucia Schwerdt (The Wind in the Willows), 10 from Sandhurst
Maya Corbett, 10 from Edithvale
Ruby Moore (Sound of Music), 11 from Armadale


Hudson Sharp (Matilda, Dream Lover), 12 from Balwyn North
Amon Prete (Dream Lover, Carmen), 12 from Warranwood
Lenny Thomas (Priscilla), 11 from Bonbeach


Aston Droomer (The Bodyguard, The King And I), 10 from Templestowe
Oscar Mulcahy (Dream Lover, Kinky Boots), 11 from North Melbourne
Elijah Slavinskis (Kinky Boots, Priscilla), 9 from Ashburton


Gabriel Ingram (The Bodyguard, Kinky Boots), 11 from North Carlton
Zac El-Alo, 10 from Coburg North
Lachlan Young (Dream Lover, Kinky Boots), 12 from Glen Iris


When & Where

Happens: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Venue || Location

 Her Majesty's Theatre  show

⊜ 219 Exhibition Street Melbourne 3000 | Map
Her Majesty's Theatre219 Exhibition Street, Melbourne, , 3000
✆ Event: | Venue: 61 3 8643 3300

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