This tumblelog is dedicated to anything and everything related to Green Day's American Idiot, the Broadway musical, which is currently touring North America and across the globe.

  1. American Idiot Day of Show Lottery Policy @ Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles, CA

  2. Audition for AMERICAN IDIOT at The Un-Common Theatre Co. in Foxboro, MA on 05/18/2014

    The production will run July 17-20.

  3. 'American Idiot' is story for all ages

    Despite its title, Green Day’s American Idiot has international appeal and breaks cultural barriers.

    “It’s such an American show, but it can still speak to the heart. Audiences still love it and are totally touched by it,” said Alison Morooney, the dance captain who has been with the show since July 2012 and toured with it in South Korea and Japan.

    Click through to read the full interview with Alison!

  4. pogererik asked: Shenandoah Conservatory in Winchester Virginia is going to be the college premiere for American Idiot!!

  5. Green Day's rock opera 'American Idiot' will be at UNC-Pembroke on April 15

    Click through to read the full interview with Taylor!

  6. Congrats to past Idiots Alyssa DiPalma and Johnny Newcomb who will join fellow Idiot alum Michael Esper in Sting's "The Last Ship" on Broadway!

  7. Broadway Theatre League goes punk with 'American Idiot'

    Click through to read the full interview with Jared!

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  9. Carolina native returns as part of ‘American Idiot’ cast -

    Click through to read the full interview with Turner!

  10. 'American Idiot': Before Alabama shows, punk-rock Broadway musical's lead actor talks on-set graffiti, reading reviews, post-show drinks

    Jared Nepute, the boyishly handsome, 24-year-old actor who plays the lead role of Johnny in the touring version of “American Idiot,” had to get used to playing a mangy, eyeliner-wearing anti-hero.

    "In typical musicals the lead character is a likable guy that’s just trying to figure his life out, but with Johnny, he’s kind of an a—hole," Nepute, a St. Louis native, says. "I try to be nice and try for people to like me so that was hard to deal with in the beginning but now I’ve really embraced it. You’re not supposed to like him or root for him but by the end of the show you are just because he has such a huge heart."

    Click through to read the full interview with Jared!