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Pete McMurray talks to 80’s rocker and thespian Dee Snider about his Broadway in Chicago show “Dee Snider’s Rock & Roll Christmas Tale”, Twisted Sister, and Animal House!


Broadway in Chicago's summer concert: Sounds of the fall season

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Dee Snider - Chicago Tribune

So many people showed up Monday night for Broadway in Chicago's annual promotional concert in Millennium Park that the gates to the Pritzker Pavilion were closed, with a capacity 11,000 people inside and at least another two or three thousand musical-theater fans either lined up around the edges of the venue or seated on the grass elsewhere in the park.

Unlike the actual shows, of course, the outdoor event has no admission charge, offering a chance to hear at least a number or two from, say, "Jersey Boys," without coughing up the big bucks.

The only recognizable name on the bill was Dee Snider. The former front man for Twisted Sister was shilling for his upcoming show, "Dee Snider's Rock & Roll Christmas Tale," one of the rare celebrity-penned musicals that actually features the celebrity composer, live every night. Snider's hugely enjoyable contribution was a mash-up of one of Twisted Sister's biggest hits, "We're Not Gonna Take It," and the lyrics of various carols — a preview, apparently, of more of the same.


Dee Snider's Rock & Roll Christmas Tale, with Rock of Ages Star, to Play Holiday Run; Cast and Creative Team Announced

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Courtesy of Playbill

Dee Snider - Rock N Roll Christmas TaleBroadway In Chicago will present the world premiere of Dee Snider's Rock & Roll Christmas Tale beginning Nov. 4 at the Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place.

Written by and starring rocker Snider — who was seen on Broadway in Rock of Ages — the production will play a limited engagement through Jan. 4, 2015.

Directed by Adam John Hunter, the cast will feature Snider as the narrator with Bill McGough, Adam Michaels, Christina Nieves, Dan Peters, Wilam Tarris, Keely Vasquez, Taylor Yacktman and Milwaukee native Tommy Hahn.

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