From now through December 18th, Invincible —The Musical will play at the Bram Goldsmith Theater of the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts. The vision of two musical legends, Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo, Invincible brings the classic story of Romeo & Juliet into the 21st century.
Invincible revolves around peace in a fractured society. As a newly elected Chancellor Paris threatens to send modern-day Verona into turmoil, the musical explores how love might still prevail during the hardest times.
Hot off being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, four-time Grammy Award-winners Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo have been working on Invincible for five years. While COVID was a setback for many, Benatar and Giraldo actually saw it as an opportunity to “expand this new production into something more extraordinary than [they] ever imagined.”
Benatar and Giraldo told Variety, “We are so excited that tickets are now on sale for the fully realized production of Invincible —The Musical. We’ve loved spending the last five years writing and collaborating with an amazing team and are thrilled to finally bring it to the stage. The Wallis’ Bram Goldsmith Theater is the perfect place to premiere it. It’s been a joyous journey, and one we look forward to having you join us on.”
Invincible — The Musical runs from November 26th to December 18th. The show will run about two hours, including a fifteen minute intermission. It will take place at Beverly Hills’ Bram Goldsmith Theater and tickets are available now. Grab yours and get ready to experience the greatest love story ever told in a whole new light!
American Sign Language Interpretation will be available at the Saturday, December 10, 2:00 PM performance.