Are you ready to rock? If so, then come down to the Marcus Center for First Stage’s world premiere musical, “The Legend of Rock, Paper, Scissors,” and cheer for your favorite competitor in a series of epic battles for backyard domination. Adapted from the children’s book of the same name by Drew Daywalt, the simple story about a popular finger game has been transformed into a ’70s-era musical that’s part dance-off and part professional wrestling tournament, where each character longs for a matchup that truly tests their abilities. Director Kelly Doherty, seen onstage recently in “Matilda” and “Elf,” translates her flair for comedy as a performer into clever, energetic direction that keeps the fun in “The Legend of Rock, Paper Scissors” front and center. With an entertaining script by former First Stage Academy director John Maclay and consistently impressive music by award-winning Portland, Oregon-area composer Eric Nordin, the co-commissioned work for families and children hits all the right notes as the three main characters work their way to a final, fantastic showdown. Our narrator for this series of sma...