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Grease Backdrops For Rent

A modern classic, Grease is a high-energy romance tale for all ages to enjoy, capturing the 1950s like no other production has done before, from the 50s-era greasers to the audience captivating rock n’ roll numbers.

If you, your drama club, or your school are putting on a production of Grease, it’s imperative that you capture the feel of the era through costumes, dialogue, and of course, set design.  At Charles H. Stewart, we have a vast amount of 1950s-themed backdrop rentals, perfect for any production of this classic musical.

Our Grease-themed backdrops range from school hallways and gymnasiums to amusement park and classic 1950 diners backdrops, all available for rent. The setting of Grease is well-known, so you will want to make sure that you capture the magic that the production is known for.

Best of all, our Grease backdrop rentals are fantastically designed, durable, and easy to set up, ensuring that your set designs last throughout the production schedule while capturing the energy and wonder that is Grease.

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More About Grease The Musical

Grease is a 1972 musical by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey. Named for the 1950s United States working-class youth subculture known as the greasers. The score attempts to re-create the sounds of early rock and roll. In its record-breaking original Broadway production, Grease was a raunchy, raw, aggressive, vulgar show which has since been sanitized and tamed down by subsequent productions.

The Broadway production, directed by Tom Moore and choreographed by Patricia Birch (who later directed the ill-fated sequel of the film adaptation of Grease), opened on February 14, 1972.

On June 7, 1972, the production moved to the Broadhurst Theatre, and on November 21, it moved to the Royale Theatre where it ran until January 27, 1980. For five final weeks of the run, the show moved to the larger Majestic Theatre. By the time it closed on April 13, 1980, it had run 3,388-performances. It went on to become a West End hit, a hugely successful film starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John, a popular 1994 Broadway revival, and a staple of regional theatre, summer stock, community theatre, and high school and middle school drama groups. It remains Broadway’s thirteenth longest-running show.

It’s 1959 and Rydell High is filled with rebellious, thrill-loving students. In the midst of this scene, Sandy Dumbrowski enters as the new girl in school. It turns out that she and the leader of the Burger Palace Boys gang, Danny Zuko, have had a brief love affair the summer before. While Sandy stresses to her new classmates the emotional attachment she and Danny had, Danny stresses the physical aspects of their relationship. As the show goes on, the students at Rydell High have to deal with love, gang violence, teen pregnancy, and friendship. In the end, Sandy and Danny resolve their differences and end up happily together.