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The new generation of Irish music & dance. Experience the difference.
A Brief History
When this show comes to a venue near you, run to get tickets! Irish dance / music shows now have a new standard. Part Irish, part classic rock concert, all energy! The staging and lighting got the crowd pumped up and when combined with great music and phenomenal choreography the whole thing is a blast. Great vocals with just the right amount of attitude as well as deep soul.
“Rockin’ Road to Dublin is that all-important one-two punch of style and mastery… the cast exudes a fabulous mix of charisma and personality. However, the fun vibe is solidly backed by the highly original choreography and technical mastery of every performer onstage; world-class, although this crew is making it all look easy. Scott and Chris have made some magic here.”
In 2010, after Scott Doherty & cast-mate Michael McHugh won World Titles in Irish dance.
“We are so happy for Scott and Michael. Their dedication to Irish dance and exceptional abilities are just some of the reasons they are part of the Lord of the Dance team. I was just ecstatic to see them both crowned as world champions and we are very fortunate to have them as part of our cast. Each one is a superstar.”
Five years later (2015)
Rockin Road to Dublin offers 4 types of workshop and school performances:
VIP Meet and Greet: Scheduled 20 minutes prior to the house opening time; audience members get a chance to meet 1 of the production’s lead dancers, 2 members of the dancetroupe, 1 lead vocalist and 1 of the members of the band. These performers share insights intothe worlds of Irish Dance and Celtic rock, and share stories of how they came to be where they are in their performance journey. Audience members participating in this exclusive meet and greet will have a photo opportunity with these members of the cast on stage, and also have early seating available. Increases Presenter's bottom line!
Irish Dance and Music Workshop (At performance venue): Attendees get a chance to meet 1 of the production’s lead dancers, 2 members of the dance troupe, 1 lead vocalist and 1 of the members of the band. In addition to answering questions and sharing insights, these performers will conduct an exclusive workshop with audience members demonstrating basic Irish dance steps and formations, and will give audience members a once in a lifetime opportunity to learn directly from Irish dance World champions.The musical aspect of these workshops will cover a wide variety of subjects and will appeal to musicians of all ages and disciplines. Exclusive photo opportunity, brief stage tour and early seating are also available for audience members participating in this workshop.
Irish Dance Workshop (Offsite): Lasting 60 minutes, audience members get a special chance to meet 2 of the production’s lead dancers and 2 members of the dance troupe as they come straight to you! In addition to answering questions and sharing insights, these performers will conduct an exclusive workshop with audience members demonstrating basic Irish dance steps and formations, and will give audience members a once in a lifetime opportunity to learn directly from Irish dance World champions. Exclusive photo opportunities are also available for audience members participating in this workshop. Ground transportation must be provided.
School Show: Scheduled no more than 3 to 4 hours prior to a scheduled performance, and running about 45 minutes, these shows will offer an unforgettable look into the world of Rockin Road to Dublin. These performances will include the show’s characteristic soaring vocals, unique choreography and cutting edge musical style through staged versions of multiple numbers from the show. Educational insights will be offered both prior to the show and immediately following the show, specifically tailored to the specifics of the world of Irish dance and the training and rigor required for World class success. Musical component will include insights on technique, style and on stage performance. These shows should appeal to a wide variety of school-aged audience types.