Childsplay Announces Schoolhouse Rock LIVE! National Tour Cast

Childsplay recently announced the cast for their upcoming 2021-2022 National Tour of Schoolhouse Rock LIVE! Starring Anissa Garza as Shulie, Jermane Jackson as George, Greta Perlmutter as Dina, and Bruno Streck Rodrigues as Tom, this cast is sure to excite! 

Schoolhouse Rock LIVE! presents our character, Tom, who is a teacher on the first day of teaching. To calm his nerves, he turns on the tv, but he’s surrounded by three characters out of nowhere. They are all part of him, facets of his personality, and through imagination and song, they help him to gain confidence and teach several subjects like grammar, math, civics, social studies, and science! 

Schoolhouse Rock LIVE! features iconic songs like “I’m Just A Bill”, “Conjunction Junction”, “Three Is The Magic Number”, “The Preamble” and so many more! This wonderful show will tour across the country to cities like Los Angeles before returning home to Phoenix for a run on the Herberger Theater Center’s Stage West from April 23 to May 22, 2022.

The show has a sixty-minute run time with an optional panel talkback with the performers after the show. This show is recommended for children ages 6 and older, but guests of any age can enjoy this nostalgic experience.

Childsplay will also be returning to Stage West this year with productions of Selena Marie Sings (October 3 – 31, 2021), Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (November 7 – December 24, 2021), and The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show (February 5 – March 13, 2022). For more information about the show, visit To learn more information about our Health and Safety guidelines, visit our page at

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