Hock-A-Doo! I had the pleasure of going to see the Broadway musical "Memphis" for a second time today, playing at the Shubert Theatre on 44th Street in New York City (between Broadway & 8th Avenue). I hope everyone gets to experience this amazing show. From the music to the dancing to the fantastical actors who bring this show to life eight times a week, "Memphis" really is a fresh new original musical! The show is much, much tighter than the first time I saw it during previews. There are many moments where a hush comes over the audience because they are mesmerized by the action on stage.

"Memphis" tells the story of "Huey," a white DJ from "Memphis" whose love of music ignites a revolution. He discovers "Felicia," an African-American singer who not only captures his heart, but his soul as well. As their stars rise together "Huey" & "Felicia" break down walls, defy rules, and risk their lives while the music of their souls play over the airwaves. It maybe the 1950s inside the Shubert Theatre, but the essence of "Memphis'" still rings true today. A timeless and timely tale, this show is on Broadway at the perfect time.

There is so much talent on that stage, it's a must see! Included in this extraordinary cast are fellow "Adaumbelle's Quest" participants Chad Kimball and Derrick Baskin, as well as Montego Glover, James Monroe Iglehart, J. Bernard Calloway, and Hillary Elk.

With a variety of shows on Broadway to choose from, this is one show I would highly recommend! Click here for tickets!

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