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Bring It On: The Musical tells the story of the challenges and unexpected bonds formed through the thrill of extreme competition. With a colorful crew of characters, an exciting fresh sound and explosive dance with aerial stunts, this hilariously universal story is sure to be everything you hoped for and nothing like you expected.

This show is closed.

Performances ended on Dec. 30, 2012.

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About Bring It On: The Musical on Broadway

Previews: Jul 12, 2012 • Opening: Aug 1, 2012 • Closing: Dec 30, 2012
Broadway Musicals Dance Comedy
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St. James Theatre St. James Theatre
246 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
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What Is the Story of Bring It On: The Musical?
Set in the high stakes world of competitive high school cheerleading, Bring It On: The Musical tells the story of Campbell, cheer captain and most popular girl at the uber-affluent Truman High School. Before she can lead her award-winning squad to another win at Nationals, tragedy strikes: School redistricting forces Campbell to transfer to the multi-ethnic Jackson High School. Knocked off her throne as teen queen, Campbell tries to make sense of her new “outsider” status. Soon she discovers that Eva, a plotting sophomore with delusions of grandeur, is responsible for knocking her from the top of the cheer pyramid. With a national title on the line, Campbell must convince Danielle, Jackson’s “it-girl” and leader of hip-hop dance troupe The Crew, to start a cheerleading squad and help bring on some sweet revenge.


A collection of our favorite reviews from professional news sources.

"Mr. Whitty's book rings amusing changes on all the stock teen-flick clichés, David Korins's stadium-rock set is bright and uncluttered, and the youthful members of the cast are glorious to behold, especially when they get flung in the air."

The Wall Street Journal

Terry Teachout

"[Taylor] Louderman shows real range as Campbell, the golden captain of the pep team whose dreams of a national championship are suddenly derailed by school redistricting. "


Linda Winer

"A surprisingly well-crafted, highly enjoyable, feel-good musical with appealing characters, catchy R&B and rap songs, fierce hip-hop choreography and very funny dialogue packed with social media jokes."


Matt Windman

"Cheerleading, that most American of pastimes, is not likely to become an Olympic sport anytime soon. Yet the highly acrobatic, gasp-inducing style of sis-boom-bah competition celebrated in 'Bring It On: The Musical,' which opened Wednesday night at the St. James Theater, almost makes you believe that it should be. "

The New York Times

Charles Isherwood

"Fresh-faced [Taylor] Louderman makes an impressive Broadway debut as the spunky Campbell, sharing top billing with four other first-timers, who all earn their spurs."


Steven Suskin

"When the acrobatic ensemble of dancers and athletes flips and flies through the air, forming pyramids or serving as human stilts for their fellow cast members, their feats are as impressive as anything happening in 'Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark.' And there’s not a harness in sight."

The Hollywood Reporter

David Rooney

"It’s when the cast members... take part in Mr. Blankenbuehler’s exciting cheerleading routines, arranging themselves into dazzling human starbursts, that 'Bring It On' really brings something fresh to the ever-expanding roster of shows aimed at the teenage demographic."

The New York Times

Charles Isherwood

"...genuinely highflying, hyper-gymnastic and surprisingly savvy-sweet."


Linda Winer

Cast & Creative


Jason Gotay
Elle McLemore
Gregory Haney
La Cienega
Neil Haskell
Janet Krupin
Nicolas Womack


Tom Kitt and Lin-Manuel Miranda
Amanda Green and Lin-Manuel Miranda
Jeff Whitty
Director and Choreographer
Andy Blankenbuehler
Set Designer
David Korins
Costume Designer
Andrea Lauer
Lighting Designer
Jason Lyons
Sound Designer
Brian Ronan
Tom Kitt and Alex Lacamoire
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