On Sunday, Stevie Nicks and Mick Fleetwood turned up at the Broadway premiere of School of Rock, a new musical based on the 2003 film, which starred Jack Black and Joan Cusack. Mick’s twin daughters Ruby and Tessa also attended the show, which is currently playing at the Winter Garden Theatre in New York. While on the star-studded red carpet, Stevie and Mick spoke to the press, such as ET (Entertainment Tonight).
Stevie and Mick were spotted later at the Hard Rock Cafe in Times Squares, attending the School of Rock after party.
A huge fan of Broadway musicals, Stevie showed up again on the following night to watch another performance of School of Rock. And just two nights earlier, Stevie and Mick watched an evening performance of Wicked.
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In the original film, Stevie’s 1981 hit “Edge of Seventeen” played an integral role to the plot. During the bar scene, substitute teacher Dewey Finn (Jack Black) plays one of Principal Rosaline Mullins’ (Joan Cusack) favorite songs (“Edge of Seventeen”) in an attempt to persuade the uptight principal to let him take their elementary school students to a concert. Tipsy from her beer, Principal Mullins starts to dance and sing aloud to the song.
Celebrity Sightings, reported by Jaime Rabb, OK!
On Sunday, December 6, Fleetwood Mac icons Stevie Nicks and Mick Fleetwood visited Hard Rock Cafe New York in Times Square as part of the after party to celebrate the Broadway premiere of School of Rock.