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Photo Coverage: All Shook Up After-Party

March 25
3:22 PM 2005

Filled with twenty-five Elvis Presley hits, All Shook Up opened at the Palace Theatre on Thursday, March 24, 2005 and BroadwayWorld was there! After the show, the cast and opening-nighters partied at the Copacabana.

Directed by Christopher Ashley, with a book by Joe DiPietro, music direction and arrangements by Stephen Oremus, ALL SHOOK UP is choreographed by Ken Roberson with additional choreography by Sergio Trujillo. A new musical comedy set in 1955, ALL SHOOK UP is a hip-swiveling new musical comedy that tells the story of a small town girl (Jenn Gambatese) who dreams of hitting the open road, and the guitar-playing stranger (Cheyenne Jackson) who brings romance, rebellion and rock 'n' roll into her life. ALL SHOOK UP features such Elvis Presley classics as "Burning Love," "Love Me Tender," "Can't Help Falling in Love," "Jailhouse Rock," "Blue Suede Shoes," "A Little Less Conversation," and "All Shook Up."

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Photos by Rob Rich



Claudia Shear

Bon Jovi's David Bryan

John Waters

Set Designer David Rockwell

Ken Roberson

Sergio Trujillo

Mark Price

Funnyman Mario Cantone striking a funny pose

Jack Noseworthy

Librettist Joe DiPietro and director Christopher Ashley

Producer Jonathan Polland and his wife

Jonathan Hadary

John Jellison

Curtis Holbrook

Leah Hocking

American Idol Dropout Mario Vasquez

Nikki M. James

Alix Korey

Jenn Gambatese

Cheyenne Jackson

Jenn and Cheyenne

Sharon Wilkins


Two Marios - Mario Vasquez and Mario Cantone


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