Alice Cooper: Theatre of Death Trailer

Alice Cooper: Theatre of Death Trailer (2010)

"How many times can you die on-stage?" 01 October 2010 Music 90 mins

The godfather of shock-rock Alice Cooper completed his 2009 Theatre of Death World Tour by filming the final show at London's legendary Hammersmith Apollo. The concert features many of Cooper's massive hits including "School's Out," "I'm Eighteen" and "Poison". Alice Cooper's "Theatre Of Death" is a very different show than anyone has ever seen before. Always expect the unexpected from the unpredictable Alice Cooper. Fans of the ultimate Rock 'n' Roll showman won't be disappointed as Alice is subjected to guillotines, gallows and much more on his way to being "killed" four times!

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Cast

Alice Cooper

as Himself

Keri Kelli

as Guitar

Damon Johnson

as Guitar

Calico Cooper

as Tiffany Lowe

Crew

Shep Gordon

Shep Gordon Producer

International Releases Dates

United States 01 October 2010

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