Australia’s most acclaimed filmmaker is a visionary for the modern movie musical. This concert celebrates the music from Luhrmann’s homage to the major theatrical conventions of Dance (Strictly Ballroom), Poetry (Romeo and Juliet) and Song (Moulin Rouge). Play list includes Lovefool, Kissing You, When Doves Cry, Love Is In The Air, Time After Time, Come What May, Your Song, Roxanne, Children Of The Revolution, Rhythm Of The Night and more.
Multiple Academy Award-nominee P.T. Anderson is the latest film auteur to get the acclaimed For the Record treatment. This exciting new edition of the celebrated series, features music and clips from Anderson’s Magnolia (Grammy and Oscar nominated soundtrack), Punch Drunk Love, There Will Be Blood, as well as the Dirk Diggler disco-fueled Boogie Nights, which scored two hit soundtrack releases. The show stars a rotating cast from stage, screen and music performing “Sister Christian,” “Brand New Key,” “Jesse’s Girl,” “Save Me”, “Wise Up,” “One,” “Boogie Shoes,” “God Only Knows,” “Aint No Stoppin’ Us Now” and more.
The Coen Bros
Audiences take an emotional voyage while laughing at some of dark comedies funniest moments, clapping to energizing bluegrass tunes and fervently singing along to the memorable (and not so memorable) soundtracks from hit Coen Brother directed films including O Brother, Where Art Though, Fargo, Hudsucker Proxy and The Big Lebowski among others. The Coens’ schizophrenic resume of slapsticks, Westerns, satires, thrillers and Depression-era Odysseys offer an equally eclectic playlist including hits like “Somebody To Love,” “These Boots Are Made For Walking,” “Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In,” “Big Rock Candy Mountain,” “The Boxer,” “Habenera,” and “Up, Up and Away”.
The soundtrack of a generation. Songs and scenes from the cult classic 80′s films Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, Pretty In Pink, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off as well as Vacation and Home Alone. Selections include Holiday Road, Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want, Sixteen Candles, Weird Science, If You Leave, Try A Little Tenderness, This Woman’s Work, Danke Schoen, Twist And Shout, Pretty In Pink, Bust A Move, Somewhere In My Memory, Miss Amanda Jones, Young Americans, I’m So Excited, Don’t You Forget About Me.
Hollywood’s most famous directorial siblings, Garry and Penny Marshall, are the focus of “For The Record: The Marshall’s”. The fraternal icons are responsible for some of the most successful and well known comedic and romantic films ever made. Music and moments in the live, music concert include Marshall-directed films such as Pretty Woman, Big, The Other Sister, Runaway Bride, Riding In Cars With Boys, The Preacher’s Wife, Beaches, A League Of Their Own, and Awakenings. Soundtracks that include “Oh, Pretty Woman,” “Heart And Soul,” “It Must’ve Been Love,” “Girls Just Want To Have Fun,” “All I Have To Do Is Dream,” “This Used To Be My Playground,” “Time Of The Season,” “Wind Beneath My Wings,” “I Believe In You And Me” and many more.
Legendary filmaker Martin Scorsese gets the acclaimed For the Record treatment, which brings the director’s soundtracks to stunning life in a 360-degree live theatrical concert experience. This production marks the Official Grand Opening of the newly expanded Rockwell Table & Stage, which is the permanent home of the For The Record.
Unquestionably a master of the modern American cinema, Quentin Tarantino has also mastered the art of the modern movie soundtrack. His song choices serve as “big set pieces” and provide a rhythm to his films that help define his signature style. From the high-octane diner stick-up in “Pulp Fiction,” to the pulse-raising lap dance with in “Death Proof,” and the blood-splattered crime council speech in “Kill Bill,” TARANTINO IN CONCERT takes audiences on a roller coaster ride with highlights from the script infused with the songs. This show has all the hits – “Son Of A Preacher Man,” “Magic Carpet Ride,” “Bang Bang,” “Hooked On A Feeling,” and more.