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On December 2, 2004 members of the press were treated to a brief preview of the upcoming ALL SHOOK UP. ALL SHOOK UP, the new musical comedy based on the songs of Elvis, begins previews Sunday, February 20, 2005, and opens Thursday, March 24, 2005, at Broadway's Palace Theatre (1564 Broadway at 47th Street). Directed by Christopher Ashley, with a book by Joe DiPietro, music direction and arrangements by Stephen Oremus, and choreographed by Ken Roberson, ALL SHOOK UP receives its world premiere in Chicago in a five-week, pre-Broadway engagement at Chicago's Cadillac Palace Theatre, December 19, 2004 to January 23, 2005.

ALL SHOOK UP stars Cheyenne Jackson, Jenn Gambatese, Tony Award nominee Jonathan Hadary, Leah Hocking, Curtis Holbrook, Nikki M. James, John Jellison, Alix Korey, Mark Price and Sharon Wilkins in a cast of 28 that features Justin Bohon, Justin Brill, Paul Castree, Cara Cooper, Randy A. Davis, Jennie Ford, Trisha Jeffrey, Michelle Kittrell, Anika Larsen, Michael X. Martin, Karen Murphy, John Eric Parker, Justin Patterson, Jenell Lynn Randall, Michael James Scott, Jenny-Lynn Suckling and Virginia Woodruff.

A new musical comedy set in 1955, ALL SHOOK UP is not a biographical revue. ALL SHOOK UP is a burnin' new musical comedy that tells the story of a small town girl (Gambatese) who dreams of hitting the open road, and the guitar-playing stranger (Jackson) who brings romance, rebellion and rock 'n' roll into her life. ALL SHOOK UP features such Elvis Presley classics as "Heartbreak Hotel," "Burning Love," "Love Me Tender," "Can't Help Falling in Love," "Jailhouse Rock," "Blue Suede Shoes," "A Little Less Conversation," "Hound Dog," "Don't Be Cruel," and of course, "All Shook Up." Get ready to be ALL SHOOK UP!


Director Christopher Ashley

Joe DiPietro

Cheyenne Jackson

Cheyenne Jackson and Jenn Gambatese

Leah Hocking

The cast in a "statue" sequence...

Leah and Jenn

Mark Price

Jenn and Mark

Jenn and Cheyenne pose for the cameras...

...kiss for the cameras... which pointed she needed a little lift.

Trying out one of "The King's" moves

Curtis Holbrook and Nikki James

Mark Price and Sharon Wilkins

Leah Hocking

The production team...

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