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“Are you ready for a brand new beat?” This famous line from the song Dancing in the Street still creates an emphatic response from the crowd who come to watch Motown: The Musical. Running successfully since 2013, the critically acclaimed musical is on a national tour and will be stopping at the Hippodrome Theatre at the France from March 8 – 13.
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Berry Gordy was the man behind the effort to get African American artists accepted into the mainstream music scene in the 60s and 70s. His recording label Motown became a cultural phenomenon and transformed the music industry for years to come. Here's why the musical should be on your must-attend list.
- The juke-box musical features a lavish song-catalog that keeps the audience on its feet. Packed with hits like “Ain't No Mountain High Enough”, “Give It To Me Baby”, “Who's Lovin' You”, “Happy Birthday” and many more, the show celebrates music that altered America.
- The musical has won rave reviews and the critics have called it a spectacular production that sets the stage on fire. Strong performances, remarkable story and elegant choreography make it a “big, jubilant musical”.
- Strengthened by fast-moving, ingenious scenery, the cast puts up an outstanding show. The shiny looks and sleek moves make up a wonderful spectacle and everyone livens up the stage with their savoring vocals and acting.
- Motown: The Musical has been nominated four times at the Tony Awards and took home Theatre World Award in 2013 for “Outstanding Broadway or Off-Broadway Debut Performance”.