We Will Rock You lands at the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden

Queen's epic musical We Will Rock You lands in New York City for six performances only through November 17, 2019.

The Cast of We Will Rock You

Don't stop them now! Queen's spectacular musical We Will Rock You begins performances at the massive Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden tonight and is scheduled to run through November 17, 2019.

Synopsis: "We Will Rock You follows two revolutionaries, Galileo and Scaramouche, on a quest to save rock n’ roll in a post-apocalyptic world where there are no musical instruments and rock n’ roll has died. They join a small group of societal outcasts, the Bohemians, as they fight to take back the iPlanet from the all-powerful Globalsoft, led by the Killer Queen. They fight for freedom, individuality and the rebirth of rock ‘n roll."

Fans can expect live renditions of 24 of Queen's greatest hits, including the likes of “We Are the Champions,” “Radio Ga Ga,” “I Want To Break Free,” “Somebody To Love,” “Killer Queen,” “Don’t Stop Me Now,” “Under Pressure,” “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “Another One Bites The Dust” and, of course, “We Will Rock You,” that have been cleverly woven into the original, post-apocalyptic story by Ben Elton. They can also expect the sheer scale and spectacle accustomed to Queen's own concerts.

As previously reported, the cast is led by Trevor Coll (as Galileo), Keri Kelly (as Scaramouche), Krystle Chance (as Killer Queen), Alysse Ernewein (as Oz), Brian Christensen (as Brit), Kyle Gruninger (as Khashoggi), and Kevin Doe (as Buddy).

In addition, Stuart Morley, personally handpicked by Queen legend Brian May, serves as Music Director for this new, updated production.

Since 2002, over 16 million theatregoers have experienced We Will Rock You in 19 countries across the globe, including a 12-year run in London's West End.

We Will Rock You is produced at the Hulu Theater by MSG Live and Annerin Theatricals.

We Will Rock You Tickets are available now for performances through November 17, 2019.

(Photo by Robert Sondergaard)