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“Domenech brings his outstanding talent, irresistible charm and unbridled ebullience to everything he does on stage and in life.” -DC Metro Theater Arts

Dan Domenech, is an American singer, director and actor best known for his understudy portrayal of Jason Dean in Heathers: The Musical, Drew in the Broadway musical Rock of Ages and a recurring guest appearance on Glee. Domenech has also appeared in the pre-Broadway runs of Wonderland, Sister Act, National/International tours of RENT and Rock of Ages and worked as associate choreographer for film and TV projects like Tropic Thunder, Step Brothers, Fame, The Academy Awards and Emmys. He made his directorial debut summer of 2017 with the beta test of the revamped Heathers: The Musical before being mounted in it’s sold out run at The Other Palace Theater in London.

Don’t miss your chance to see Dan perform on the stage together with Gulf Coast Symphony in Symphonic Rocks.

Symphonic Rocks
August 20, 7:30pm
Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall

On August 20 connect with your inner rock ‘n’ roll soul and experience a rock concert like you never have before! Symphonic Rocks features pop hits from the 80s and 90s, plus standards from rock musicals, performed with guest vocalists, backup singers, rock band, and full symphony orchestra! Get ready to rock your seats with guest artists Chloe Lowery, who has toured with Yanni and Chris Botti, and Glee alum, Dan Domenech, who starred in Rent, Sister Act, Kinky Boots & Rock of Ages. Hear your favorite rock arrangements from Abba, Queen, Madonna, Jersey Boys, the Eagles, Journey and many more. This is an evening you will be rocking out in the aisles.

Tickets start at just $29 — order now!

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