Bearing the same name and basically the same story as the Verdi opera, this more recent take on the tale has music supplied by Elton John and Time Rice.
The Met are offering audiences the chance to experience a classic, much loved musical that has been successfully performed around the world for the past 40 years.
The last days of Jesus Christ are told in one of Andrew Lloyd Webber's most loved rock operas, performed by students of Scotch College.
16 year old Scotch College student, Ben Francis, is about to play, perhaps, the most important musical theatre role of his life – Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar.
'Jesus Christ Superstar' is a fitting musical for young people to study, but it is an ambitious move to select it as a school production.
A modernised, 2015 version of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's rock operas, Jesus Christ Superstar – the musical version of Jesus’ last days leading up to his Crucifixion.
For such an old, popular show, the creative team behind The Met's current production have done it proud, offering a snappy, fresh, modern interpretation that reinvigorates the well-worn tale.
This contemporary rebirth of Jesus Christ is a gluttonous visual treat, providing a refreshing interpretation to a well worn musical.