Music and Lyrics by
Ellie Greenwich & Friends

Shoshana Bean, Duane Martin Foster, Amy Goldberger,
David Josefberg, Joe Machota, Ric Ryder, Brad Sharp,
Denise Summerford, Jewel Tompkins, Ashley Howard Wilkinson

Set Designer: Michael Anania
Lighting Designer: Jeffrey S. Koger
Costume Designer: Theresa Squire
Sound Designer: Robert Kaplowitz
Casting: Paul Hardt/JFP
New Orchestrations: Nathan Hurwitz
Production Stage Manager: Doug Hosney
Exclusive Tour Direction: Dodger Touring Limited (D·Tours)
Associate General Manager: Maggie LaMee
General Manager: Jeffrey Finn
Musical Director/Conductor: Nathan Hurwitz
Choreographer: Scott Wise
Director: Kurt Stamm

This original hit Broadway musical celebrates the rock 'n' roll sounds that skyrocketed to the top of the '60s pop charts and into the collective memory of our lives. Ellie Greenwich's # 1 hit songs still get audiences dancing and take you back to the 60s.

Chart topping hits include "Chapel of Love," "Da Do Ron Ron," "Be My Baby," "Hanky Panky," "And Then He Kissed Me," "Do Wah Diddy," "River Deep, Mountain High."


"The show's pulsing energy has a terrific pace! Each cast member's distinctive style and personality is showcased by turning 29 separate songs from the top of the pop music charts into linked vignettes." – Variety

"A jam packed show that builds with one high energy number after another! The cast is excellent and the music is outstanding." – Gannett

"This Pack really grooves! The excellent cast and orchestrations makes all the songs sound better than you remember and there's not a whiff of bubble gum music in this rocking theater!" – The Philadelphia Inquirer

"The performers sing like their lives depend on it! The music is like a record no one had heard in years, judging from the head bopping, clapping and stomping that soon follows. Every move spouts energy at spastic speeds. This cast has talent!" – The State News

"The tunes are among the best in the business, delivered by a high-powered cast of singer/dancers backed by a crack orchestra." – Denver Post

"Leader of the Pack gives you the real power of early rock 'n' roll. This stellar, lusty Pack can sing like anything, and they sizzle!" – Dallas Morning News