Actor Ted Neeley to Appear at the Cedar Lee Theatre for a Special 'Jesus Christ Superstar' Sing-along Screening


  • Courtesy of Cleveland Cinemas
Ted Neeley, the actor who stars as Jesus Christ in the 1973 movie Jesus Christ Superstar, will be on hand when the Cedar Lee Theatre hosts a special sing-along screening of the film at 7 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 8.

Neeley will introduce the movie and provide behind-the-scenes stories about the making of the flick. He’ll also take questions from the audience. The Cedar Lee will screen an all-new, digital European restoration that's never been shown before in Cleveland.

Neeley was nominated for two Golden Globes for his starring role in the movie, and in addition to the 1973 film, he starred in the original Broadway production and has reprised the role in acclaimed revivals all around the world.

A VIP reception will be held before the film. Fans can meet with Neeley for photos and autographs.

General admission tickets are $15 and can be purchased at or at the Cedar Lee box office. VIP tickets are $175 and available only at

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