SEPT. 28, 2016, RICHMOND, VA — When the new hit Irish dance and rock show, ROCKIN’ ROAD TO DUBLIN, arrives in Muskegon, MI on Oct. 2, cast member / bass guitarist JOHN BALDWIN will be celebrating a homecoming.
Adopted at birth, Baldwin, now 45, found his biological family in 2011 on ancentry.com, and since has met his older brother and several cousins. This fall, when ROCKIN ROAD TO DUBLIN kicked off the first leg of its 60-city tour, the popular musician visited his birth
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“Rockin’ Road to Dublin” performed its inaugural show at McGregor Hall on Thursday. A small but enthusiastic audience responded to the Celtic music and dance wrapped in a rock-and-roll exterior. The real story, however, is how the troupe happened to begin its national tour in Henderson. Tommy Deadwyler, executive director of the McGregor Hall Performing Arts Center, invited “Rockin’ Road” to Henderson as the company was assembling musicians and dancers for the show. For 11 da
Created by the 2009 World Champion of Irish Dance, Scott Doherty, and worldwide performer of Irish music Chris Smith, “Rockin’ Road to Dublin” is bringing its concert and stage show hybrid to the Marathon Center for the Performing Arts as part of its first national tour. The performance starts at 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 30. Tickets can be purchased at the Marathon Center’s box office at 200 W. Main Cross St. from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and one hour prior to the
Rockin’ Road to Dublin at the Victoria Theatre Mention Irish dance to most people and Celtic visions usually come to mind. Thanks to two enterprising entertainers named Chris Smith and Scott Doherty, that illusion will be replaced by a new type of high energy show, fusing Irish dance with Celtic rock music. Rockin’ Road to Dublin will have its Dayton premiere at the Victoria Theatre Sept. 29 as part of a 40-city national tour. The show is a labor of love that began five years
The era of Irish dance-themed stage productions, which has seen “Riverdance,” “Lord of the Dance,” “Dancing on Dangerous Ground,” and “Atlantic Steps,” among others, is not over yet: Now there’s “Rockin’ Road to Dublin,” which comes to the Greater Boston area this month with performances at the Collins Center in Andover on February 20 and 21. For the show’s co-creator, Irish dancer Scott Doherty, it’ll be a homecoming – he’s a Massachusetts native, born and raised in Lawrence