- 1 Where is Motown The Musical playing?
- 2 When did Motown open on Broadway?
- 3 Who wrote Motown The Musical?
- 4 What is the story of Motown?
- 5 How long does the Magic of Motown show last?
- 6 How many Motown songs are featured in the musical?
- 7 What was the first jukebox musical?
- 8 What was Motown’s biggest hit?
Where is Motown The Musical playing?
Motown The Musical
- Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.
- 205 W. 46th St. Performances resume October 8, 2021.
When did Motown open on Broadway?
Motown: The Musical opened on Broadway April 14, 2013. Directed by Charles Randolph-Wright, the show has a book by Motown Records founder Berry Gordy.
Who wrote Motown The Musical?
Motown the Musical will star Jay Perry (Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Whistle Down the Wind) as Berry Gordy, Natalie Kassanga (Oliver!, The Lion King) as Diana Ross and Carl Spencer (The Scottsboro Boys) as Marvin Gaye. The trio of actors will join David Albury who continues in his role as Smokey Robinson.
What is the story of Motown?
Motown, in full Motown Record Corporation, also called Hitsville, recording company founded by Berry Gordy, Jr., in Detroit, Michigan, U.S., in January 1959 that became one of the most successful Black-owned businesses and one of the most influential independent record companies in American history.
How long does the Magic of Motown show last?
Running Time: 2 hours – approximate, including any interval(s).
How many Motown songs are featured in the musical?
A whopping 58 songs are featured in Motown The Musical! Here they are from A to Z. “ABC” – The song made famous by the Jackson 5 and launching them into superstardom after their performance on The Ed Sullivan Show.
What was the first jukebox musical?
The Beggar’s Opera (1728), the first ballad opera and the most famous, has been called “the original jukebox musical”.
What was Motown’s biggest hit?
1 Billboard hit singles, including “Where Did Our Love Go,” “Baby Love,” “You Can’t Hurry Love,” “You Keep Me Hangin’ On,” and “Stop! In the Name of Love,” The Supremes is considered Motown’s greatest commercial success.