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Bring It On: The Musical

Venue Location

MacCorquodale Place

Bring It On Poster

Bring It On: The Musical

Libretto by
Jeff Whitty
Music by
Tom Kitt &
Lin-Manuel Miranda
Lyrics by
Amanda Green &
Lin-Manuel Miranda

Inspired by the Motion Picture “Bring It On” Written by Jessica Bendinger

Arrangements and Orchestrations by Alex Lacamoire & Tom Kitt

Directed by Jennifer Brewin

Choreography by Julio Fuentes

Musical Direction by Mateo Chavez Lewis

“This musical honours the indomitable spirit of youth navigating uncertain times – and it’s magnificent.”

Incredible flips, electrifying stunts, and killer dance moves created by national star choreographer Julio Fuentes, frame this high-flying musical set in the high-stakes world of competitive cheerleading. Watch as Cheer Captain Campbell falls from the top of the pyramid and finds herself in a new school with no friends, or cheer team. Together with Dance Captain Danielle, they create magic by combining the style and swag of street dance with the precision of traditional cheerleading.

Watch as our powerhouse team of musical theatre superstars and dance legends kick, flip, and sing their way to the top- hungry for that crown. Featuring fresh new songs from Tony Award winners Lin-Manuel Miranda (Hamilton, In the Heights) and Tom Kitt (Next to Normal), whipsmart lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda and Amanda Green (Hands on a Hardbody), and a crackling book by Jeff Whitty (Avenue Q), Bring It On has become an immediate fan favorite and box office success.

BRING IT ON is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.

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