Jesus Christ Superstar at Ohio Theatre

Jesus Christ Superstar Tickets

Ohio Theatre | Columbus, Ohio

Jesus Christ Superstar

Brace yourself for an unforgettable journey as the legendary duo Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice bring their soulful ROCK OPERA, the mesmerizing Jesus Christ Superstar, to the magnificent Ohio Theatre on Wednesday 4th October 2023! This fall transport yourself in the ancient world of Judea, where this beloved Broadway musical depicts the final days of Jesus of Nazareth, witnessed through the eyes of his loyal follower, Judas Iscariot.

Be captivated by the Christian rock roots that defined a generation, as Jesus Christ Superstar delivers an powerful array of hits including "Superstar". Dive into the revolutionary story and soundtrack that moved a generation and touched the hearts of millions.

A once-in-a-lifetime experience, Ohio Theatre is an ideal venue for hosting the best of Broadway in the lively city of Columbus.

Gather your friends and rediscover the enduring power of faith, love, and sacrifice in the mesmerizing Jesus Christ Superstar! Act fast and get your tickets now for an amazing Wednesday night this October!

Jesus Christ Superstar is going live at the iconic Ohio Theatre on Wednesday 4th October 2023! Prepare yourself for an exciting experience as the Olivier Award-winning updated production of the soulful musical hits the stage in town! This fall, the performers of this cultural phenomenon is making its way to your city, bringing hit show tunes including "Don't Know How to Love Him," "Superstar," and "The Gethsemane." Set in ancient Judea, the musical delves into personal relationships and struggles between Jesus, Judas, Mary Magdalene, his disciples, his followers, and the Roman Empire exclusively through songs. Join us at the majestic Ohio Theatre stage at the heart of the vibrant city of Columbus, located in Ohio, and prepare for a timeless, captivating, and rock-infused journey! Tickets are limited, so book your seats now before they are gone!

Jesus Christ Superstar's legendary 1970s rock score was initially issued as a game-changing album and made its debut in 1971 at the renowned Mark Hellinger Theatre. It has since become a global sensation, running for more than eight years in London. With over 3,358 performances by the time it closed, it was considered the most successful musical in West End history at the time.

Originally unveiling at London's renowned Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, the spectacle features lyrics and music by Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony winners Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber. Timothy Sheader is the show's director, while celebrated choreographer Drew McOnie is the cast’s choreographer.

Likewise, the production will feature choreography by acclaimed Drew McOnie, musical direction by Tom Deering, designs by the visionary Tom Scutt, lighting designs by Lee Curran, and sound designs by Nick Lidster. Producer David Ian mentioned that he was thrilled to bring this production to life on tour. “Our team has created a fresh and bold new version of a beloved classic which will enthrall both longtime fans of the show and delight those seeing it for the very first time,” he continued.

The Broadway show’s story straightforwardly recounts The Passion of Jesus Christ, including the tribulations and uprising that resulted in his crucifixion. In contrast to other musical productions of the day, the composition was groundbreaking and challengingly original, thanks to its rock opera structure.

“Now, amidst many popular rock musicals like "Spring Awakening" and "American Idiot," this production rides the line between being faithful to the original material and finding timely relevance,” the State Press shares about the live performance.

Catch the return of Jesus Christ Superstar and invite your friends to watch the Broadway performance that won an Olivier Award for “Best Musical Revival” in 2017 and the 2016 London Theater Award for “Best Musical.” Buy your tickets here and be part of this spellbinding theatrical experience this October!

Jesus Christ Superstar at Ohio Theatre

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