Carry me back! After rocking out across the country on tour, The Rascals: Once Upon a Dream is heading back to Broadway for a return engagement, Billboard magazine reports. Part Broadway show, part rock concert, Once Upon a Dream was written by Steven Van Zandt and directed by Van Zandt and Marc Brickman, and features the legendary ‘60s pop, rock and soul group. Performances will begin on December 16 at Broadway’s Marriott Marquis Theatre, and is slated to play a three-week limited engagement.
Until then, the Rascals are still touring the U.S., playing the Orpheum Theatre in Phoenix on October 14 through 19, the Cadillace Palace in Chicago from November 5 through 10, the Fox Theater in Detroit on November 15, the Auditorium Theater in Rochester on November 20, Shea’s Performing Arts Center in Buffalo on November 22, the Landmark Theatre in Syracuse on November 23, the Palace Theatre in Albany on November 24 and the Borgata Event Center in Atlantic City on November 29.
Once Upon a Time originally premiered at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY, in December 2012 before opening at Broadway’s Richard Rodgers Theatre on April 16. The Rascals is comprised of singer Eddie Brigati, drummer Dino Danelli, guitarist Gene Cornish and keyboardist Felix Cavaliere. The concert features hit Rascals songs including “Groovin’,” “A Girl Like You,” “Beautiful Morning” and “People Got to Be Free.”
Get ready for the return engagement with this sneak peek of Once Upon a Dream below!