The fictional story of a young radio disc jockey in the 1950s, the role he played in the birth of rock'n'roll, and the struggles of his mixed-race relationship.Average Rating: based on 9 votes
Show Category: Musical
|Opening:||Sep 23, 2009|
|Closing:||Aug 5, 2012|
Sam S. Shubert Theatre
225 West 44th Street
New York, NY
Between Broadway and 8th Ave.
The story was a bit cheesy. It was a love story with some racial issues mixed in. The music and dancing were entertaining - mostly R&B music that you don't normally hear in a musical.
This was an excellent show. Vibrant R& B music that kept the toes a tapping. The characters were believable and exciting to watch. Very emotional scenes filled with love and the pain that sometimes goes with. Love it!
Having seen this show a second time, I can't say enough about the leads, the story, the music and the dancing. There are not many shows I would see twice, but this is one. The music is great - "Memphis Lives in Me," will be a classic. After seeing it a second time, I still can't believe that the choreography wasn't even nominated for a Tony. This is a great show.
I agree! Its a great show!!!
GREAT!!!! Don't miss the show!!!
A rip off of "Hairspray"--with the class, humor or music!
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