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The first musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice to be produced for the professional stage, Jesus Christ Superstar has wowed audiences for 50 years. Countless schools, community theaters, and professionals alike have enabled this timeless work to touch new generations of audiences and performers. But one may be familiar with the album or the film, and (somehow) unaware that the show is produced live frequently every year. One may also be unaware of special JCS-related events featuring stars of the original stage or film casts.

Want to experience the magic of JCS for yourself in a real live theater (or cinema)? Well, look no further! Now, thanks to this page, you will be able to track down performances at a venue near you, with links to buy tickets and learn more about each production (or event) where available. (Special thanks to The Musical Company, Concord Theatricals, and Musik und Bühne for overall assistance.)

Our listings generally look like this:

  • Date: Name of Producer (Name of Venue), City, State/Province, Country (if applicable)

If the listing is bold, it means that you can click the link for further information and/or to purchase tickets.

Support your local JCS, and keep the circle turning!

HOUSEKEEPING NOTE: You don’t see your production listed? Feel free to contact us via the link in the Nav.Bar above, but please note that we frequently update the listings; when a show’s over, it comes off our list, so if your production has already closed, it has no reason to be here. Thanks!

UPDATE (Sept. 25, 2020): All event information below is likely (incredibly) out of date due to the coronavirus (COVID-19). Consequently, at this time, we are refraining from all further updates of this page; we hope the info to be as current as possible when we resume updating within — we anticipate — a couple months’ time.


Hi there! Are you from the continent of Africa and upset not to see your production of JCS listed? We are, too!

We’d love to include any productions of JCS happening in your area, but as of December 2019, the agency that handles its licensing, Dalro, doesn’t even have an individual page for JCS on its website, much less a listing of forthcoming productions.

If you’re presenting JCS anywhere in Africa and want to be included on this page, please do not hesitate to contact us with all relevant production details, and we’ll put it up!

Australia / New Zealand

To keep things simple, this category covers productions in both Australia and New Zealand. A simple listing of amateur and professional productions follows. Click the year and scroll to the country of your choice.

None to announce at this time! Please watch this space for further details.

None to announce at this time! Please watch this space for further details.


To keep things simple, this category covers productions in both Europe and Asia, hence the term “Eurasia,” used by many geographers to keep the list of continents tidy. A simple listing of amateur and professional productions follows. Click the year and scroll to the country of your choice.

Professional Productions


April 9-10: Capitol, Mannheim, DE (featuring Drew Sarich)

Regional / Amateur Productions


March 6-8: Musical Company Austria (SZENE Salzburg), Salzburg, AT

July 17-31: Musical-Festspiele Hartberg (Schlosshof Hartberg), Hartberg, AT


June 12-July 8: Musikalische Komödie Leipzig / Oper Leipzig (Venussaal), Leipzig, DE (corrected from TMC listing of November 1, 2019-March 31, 2020)

The United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland)

March 4-8: Sedlescombe Players (Sedlescombe Community Hall), Sedlescombe, East Sussex, GB
March 9-11: St. David’s College Theatre, Cardiff, WAL
March 10-14: Blyth Music & Theatre Company (Phoenix Theatre), Blyth, Northumberland, GB
March 11-12: Mount St. Mary’s School, Leeds, West Yorkshire, GB
March 11-14: Trinity Musical Theatre Society (O’Reilly Theatre), Dublin, IE
March 18-21: UMMTS (University of Manchester Council Chambers), Manchester, Greater Manchester, GB (corrected from TMC listing of March 17-20)
March 20-28: Wharf Theatre, Devizes, Wiltshire, GB
March 24-27: Now & Then Production Company (St. Mary’s Priory), Tallaght, Dublin, IE
March 24-28: Alnwick Stage Musical Society (Alnwick Playhouse), Alnwick, Northumberland, GB
March 25-28: PADOS Youth Theatre Company (The Met), Bury, Greater Manchester, Lancashire, GB
March 25-28: Oxfordshire Youth Music Theatre (Radley College Theatre), Abingdon, Oxfordshire, GB
March 25-28: Trinity Music and Drama (Trinity Methodist Church), Chelmsford, Essex, GB

April 1-4: Caradon Youth Theatre (Liskeard Public Hall), Liskeard, Cornwall, GB
April 1-4: Showcase/Sioe Gerdd Performing Arts Society (Coliseum Theatre), Trecynon, Aberdare, WAL
April 1-4: Putney Light Operatic Society (Putney Methodist Church), Putney, Greater London, GB
April 1-4: Interesting Theatre (The Space @ Avon Valley Theatre, Avon Valley School), Rugby, Warwickshire, GB
April 6-9: Kinetic School of Performing Arts (Atrium Theatre, University of South Wales), Cardiff, WAL
April 10: Caradon Youth Theatre (St. Neot Church), Liskeard, Cornwall
April 10-11: All Saints’ Church, Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear, GB
April 15-18: Vivo Darte (Frogmore Papermill), Apsley, Hertfordshire, GB
April 18: Edwin James Festival Choir (St. James the Great Church), Littlehampton, West Sussex, GB
April 20-25: HLOC (Lawrence Batley Theatre, Queen’s Square), Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, GB
April 22-25: Rubber Chicken Theatre (Dunblane Christian Fellowship), Dunblane, Stirlingshire, SCT (initially scheduled for May 26-30, per old TMC listings)

May 5-6: Vyne School, Basingstoke, Hampshire, GB
May 5-9: Sutton Coldfield Town Hall, Birmingham, West Midlands, GB
May 11-17: Jarrow Musical Theatre Company (Jarrow Focus), Jarrow, Tyne and Wear, GB (corrected from TMC listing of May 13-16)
May 15-16: University of Wolverhampton Musical Theatre (Arena Theatre), Wolverhampton, West Midlands, GB
May 19-23: Beeston Musical Theatre Group (Chatsworth Centre), Long Eaton, Nottinghamshire, GB

June 25-27: Viva Arts and Community Group (St. Andrew’s Church), Soham, Ely, Cambridgeshire, GB (corrected from TMC listing of July 2-4)

July 2-4: SAOS Youth (Stourbridge Town Hall Theatre), Stourbridge, West Midlands, GB
July 4-5: St. Mary’s Church, Great Bedwyn, Wiltshire, GB
July 9-11: ACTS Southampton (Christ Church C of E), Freemantle, Southampton, Hampshire, GB
July 22-25: Blackburn Gilbert & Sullivan Society (Blackburn Empire Theatre), Blackburn, Lancashire, GB

September 1-4: Abertillery Youth Drama and Music Society (Metropole Cultural and Conference Centre), Abertillery, Blaenau Gwent, WAL
September 8-12: SKY Theatre (Melton Theatre), Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, GB
September 17-19: Hoylake & West Kirby Theatre Group (Gladstone Theatre), Wirral, Cheshire, GB
September 30-October 3: Ensemble Theatre (Pavilion Theatre), Blackpool, Bedfordshire, GB

October 2-10: Shinfield Players Theatre (Shinfield Park), Reading, Berkshire, GB
October 14-17: Stantonbury Theatre, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, GB
October 28-31: Kings Hall, Ilkley, West Yorkshire, GB

The United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland)

February 16-20: De Ferrers Academy, Burton-upon-Trent, Staffordshire, GB

April 21-24: Harrogate Theatre, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, GB

May 26-29: The Lights, Andover, Hampshire, GB

North America

As there are way less countries on this continent than in Europe, we will include individual listings by country with dates for each section here. Otherwise, the rules are similar: scroll to the region and category of your choice, and click the year.)

United States

Professional Productions

A national tour based on the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre production, which transfers to the West End for a brief run this summer and played last summer at Lyric Opera of Chicago, will travel through North America to celebrate the show’s 50th anniversary. More dates will be released as more become available. Please watch this space for further details.


February 25-March 1: William H. Mortensen Hall (The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts), Hartford, CT

March 3-8: Andrew Jackson Hall (Tennessee Performing Arts Center), Nashville, TN
March 10-29: Connor Palace Theatre (Playhouse Square), Cleveland, OH
March 31-April 5: Providence Performing Arts Center, Providence, RI

April 7-12: Academy of Music, Philadelphia, PA
April 14-26: Opera House (John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts), Washington, DC
April 28-May 10: Music Hall at Fair Park (Dallas Summer Musicals), Dallas, TX

May 26-31: David A. Straz Center for the Performing Arts, Tampa, FL

June 2-7: Durham Performing Arts Center, Durham, NC
June 9-21: Procter & Gamble Hall (Aronoff Center for the Performing Arts), Cincinnati, OH
June 23-28: The Adrienne Arsht Center, Miami, FL

July 28-August 2: Belk Theater (Blumenthal Performing Arts Center), Charlotte, NC

August 4-9: Peace Center for the Performing Arts, Greenville, SC
August 11-23: Cadillac Palace Theatre, Chicago, IL
August 25-30: Bass Performance Hall, Fort Worth, TX

October 28-November 1: Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver, BC

November 3-8: Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary, AB
November 10-15: Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Edmonton, AB

December 1-6: Majestic Theatre, San Antonio, TX


January 5-10: Barbara P. Mann Performing Arts Hall (FSW), Fort Myers, FL
January 19-24: Marcus Center for the Performing Arts, Milwaukee, WI

March 9-14: Clowes Memorial Hall, Indianapolis, IN
March 30 – April 4: Eccles Theater, Salt Lake City, UT

April 13-18: Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA
April 20-25: Keller Auditorium, Portland, OR

May 18-23: Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, Kansas City, MO

Regional / Amateur Productions

March 5-8: Gaffney Auditorium, Winnetka, IL
March 11-29: Vero Beach Theatre Guild, Vero Beach, FL
March 12-21: Merely Players Community Theatre (Kato Ballroom), Mankato, MN
March 13-April 5: Chico Theater Company, Chico, CA
March 19-21: Newton South High School, Newton, MA
March 20-April 5: Rockaway Theatre Company (Post Theater), Far Rockaway, NY
March 26-28: Gaither High School Auditorium, Tampa, FL
March 26-29: Colonel Theatre Company (William Fleming High School), Roanoke, VA
March 27-28: Georgetown Visitation School Masqueraders (Nolan Performing Arts Center), Washington, DC (corrected from TMC listing of March 27-April 11)
March 27-April 5: Junk Drawer Productions (Project In Motion), Las Cruces, NM

April 1-5: University of Notre Dame Film, Television and Theatre (Patricia George Decio Theatre, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center), Notre Dame, IN
April 2-4: Amelia Musical Playhouse, Fernandina Beach, FL
April 2-5: Cathedral Prep, Erie, PA
April 5: Alpha Psi Omega (Ades Performance Space, Manhattan School of Music), New York, NY (corrected from TMC listing of April 4)
April 9-13: The Stage Door Theater (Electric Theater), St. George, UT
April 10-25: GhostLight Productions, Sequim, WA
April 16-19: York Drama Club (Baker Auditorium, York High School), Elmhurst, IL
April 24-May 2: Woodland Hills High School, Pittsburgh, PA (corrected from TMC listing of April 23-May 2)
April 30-May 2: B’DAT Mainstage (New Beacon Theatre, Beacon School), New York, NY

May 1-17: Fauquier Community Theatre, Warrenton, VA
May 8-9: PAW (West Boylston Middle/High School), West Boylston, MA
May 8-31: Theatre 29!, Twentynine Palms, CA
May 22-24: Shepherd Hill Regional High School Choirs (Shepherd Hill Auditorium), Dudley, MA
May 28-June 7: Sumter Little Theatre, Sumter, SC

June 4-14: Timber Lake Playhouse, Mount Carroll, IL
June 11-13: DU Prison Arts Initiative (Fremont Correctional Facility), Denver, CO
June 12-21: The AMP at Sam Michael’s Park, Shepherdstown, WV
June 19-28: Adaire Theatre, Pulaski, VA

July 10-19: Bickford Theatre (Morris Museum), Morristown, NJ

August 8-9: Standing Room Only Theater Company (Cunneen-Hackett Arts Center), Poughkeepsie, NY

October 15-25: Barn Lot Theater, Edmonton, KY

November 5-8: Bishop Hartley High School, Columbus, OH

April 30-May 23: Midland Center for the Arts, Midland, MI

November 12-21: Decatur Underground Theater Company, Decatur, IL

Special Events

(NOTE: This section was developed pretty much specifically for a screening tour of the 1973 film, which commenced with its 40th anniversary in 2013 and has continued into the present. Each evening includes a screening of a newly remastered digital print of JCS, a special appearance by original cast members, talk-backs/Q&A (in the past), a sing-along, and a costume contest for those with cosplay skills willing to emulate the look of the film or the era from whence it came. You will get up-close-and-personal, meet-and-greet face-time with the cast! Additionally, special autograph signing appearances — not specifically tied to a showing of the movie — by the film’s cast began to occur alongside the screening tour when it started, and have periodically returned during the course of the tour. When such events take place, they’ll be noted here as well.)

The present leg of the tour has been announced on a “by request” basis which will occur during the winter 2019 – spring 2020 range. If fans want the film in their area (note: continental U.S. only due to licensing issues), hook up Ted’s promoter(s) with the contact info for the theater you have in mind, and they will take it from there! Dates (and ticket info) will be posted as more become known. Also, on a more specific note, assume that any other cast members listed next to a specific date are in addition to Ted’s appearance.

March 4: Pruneyard Cinemas, Campbell, CA (also featuring Yvonne Elliman)
March 5: Castro Theatre, San Francisco, CA (also featuring Yvonne Elliman)
March 8: Crest Theatre, Sacramento, CA (also featuring Yvonne Elliman)
March 11: Tampa Theatre, Tampa, FL
March 12: Classic Gateway Theatre, Fort Lauderdale, FL
March 15: Abbey Theater, Orlando, FL

April 4-5: Regent Theatre, Arlington, MA (also featuring Yvonne Elliman)
April 8: Marcus Majestic Cinema of Brookfield, Brookfield, WI (also featuring Yvonne Elliman)
April 10-12: Hollywood Blvd Cinema, Woodridge, IL (also featuring Yvonne Elliman)


Professional Productions

None to announce at this time! Please watch this space for further details.

Regional / Amateur Productions

April 2-10: Sun Parlour Players Community Theatre (The Bank Theatre), Leamington, ON
April 9-25: Schmooze Productions (Harbour City Theatre), Nanaimo, Vancouver, BC (corrected from TMC listing of April 9-May 2)
April 10-13: Old Church Theatre, Courtenay, BC

May 14-17: St. Joseph’s Stage Prophets (Festival Theatre), Wolfville, NS

June 18-20: Mary Irwin Theatre (Rotary Centre for the Arts), Kelowna, BC


Professional Productions

Following GOU Producciones’ successful, award-winning summer 2019 run of Jesucristo Súper Estrella in Mexico City, they are launching a national tour of Mexico that will encompass the following cities. All tickets for the dates below are, or will be, available through Ticketmaster.


March 7-8: Auditorio Pabellón M, Monterrey, MX-NLE

April 9-11: Centro Cultural Teatro I, Mexico City, MX-DF

Regional / Amateur Productions

None to announce at this time! Please watch this space for further details.


This category covers anywhere that doesn’t fall under the purview of a particular continent, such as the Caribbean and places like that.)

None to announce at this time! Please watch this space for further details.