This musical tells the story of the beginnings of Rock n' Roll. It won four Tony Awards in 2010, including Best Musical. More…
A music-loving mixed-race couple struggles to survive during the early Civil Rights era in Memphis. What happens when a 1950's Memphis DJ with white listeners decides to play African-American music? Is Memphis ready for it? Is America? The story was inspired by the legendary DJ Dewey Phillips and the music that became known as "rock 'n' roll".
See it if you Want to see one of broadways best musicals. Great story, great dancing, great acting and by far best contemporary broadway music.
Don't see it if You don’t like musicals
See it if Even though this production is closed if it ever came back to broadway, its a must see brilliant acting singing and dancing.
Don't see it if your not ready to dance in your seat all night and still be even after you leave the show.
See it if If you love great stories with twisted endings, a great score, big voices, and an ensemble that makes your heart race just watching them;
Don't see it if If you're looking for something edgy or even campy; If you're a fan of only classical shows;
See it if you're looking for a soulful musical with plenty of heart and a storyline that touches on race in the most deftful of ways.
Don't see it if bittersweet stories aren't your thing or if Chad Kimball's (intentionally) sqauwky speaking voice will drive you insane.
See it if you enjoy an original score with wonderful singing and spectacular dancing.
Don't see it if you do not enjoy productions with racial themes. A white DJ falls in love with a black singer and brings R&B to the mainstream.
See it if You want to be moved. The show tastefully examines race relations in the 50s with an incredible story and beautiful music. A must see.
Don't see it if You are uncomfortable with the topic of race. Its important to remember and learn from the past but if you really can't sit through it, dont