Motown The Musical

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It began as one man's story… became everyone's music… and is now Broadway's musical. MOTOWN THE MUSICAL is the true American dream story of Motown founder Berry Gordy's journey from featherweight boxer to the heavyweight music mogul who launched the careers of Diana Ross, Michael Jackson, Smokey Robinson and many more. Motown shattered barriers, shaped our lives and made us all move to the same beat. Featuring classic songs such as "My Girl" and "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," experience the story behind the music in the record-breaking smash hit MOTOWN THE MUSICAL!

- CBS Sunday Morning

Starting at 10am Friday, December 19, you can enter to win two tickets to Motown the Musical! Just fill out the entry form here before 11:59pm Friday. Get all the details here.

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Discounted tickets are available for Groups of 10+. Call 901-529-4226 or email for more details or to book your group. CLICK HERE for pricing and more information.

To ensure the enjoyment of all patrons, children under the age of four are not permitted to attend Broadway performances. All persons regardless of age are required to have a ticket for admission.

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What Is Motown: The Musical Like?
Featuring an ensemble cast of more than 40 actors, Motown: The Musical is an explosive new musical featuring almost 60 of the most beloved hits in the Motown music catalogue. Many of the songs are sung in medleys by the show's talented cast, channeling legends like Stevie Wonder, Gladys Knight, Diana Ross, Mary Wells and the Jackson 5 in a dazzling non-stop display of music and dancing that will please fans both young and old.

Is Motown: The Musical Good for Kids?
Motown is an entertaining show for the whole family. Children will eat up the show's energetic dance numbers and non-stop music, although parents should be aware that the show contains a fleeting curse word, references to war and violence, and some mild sexual innuendo in a bedroom scene between Berry Gordy and Diana Ross.
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By: The Orpheum Theatre-Memphis

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