Motown The Musical Saint Louis Tickets
Celebrating the life and achievements of music tycoon, Berry Gordy, Motown the Musical comes to St. Louis’ Fabulous Fox Theatre this fall. The play explores in detail Gordy’s American dream as he went from being nothing to cementing his place as one of the most renowned and respected figures in American music industry history. It is a captivating story of how a record label launched and shaped the careers of multiple music icons in more ways than one. Now that this wonderful theatrical production is on its way to your city, this is your chance to grab Motown the Musical Saint Louis tickets and relive the story of how young stars were turned into legends.
The Fabulous Fox Theatre has recently announced its 2014–15 U.S Bank Broadway Series that will showcase some of the biggest Broadway hits right in the heart of St. Louis. Motown The Musical will also be a part of that celebration for a limited time. This is a story about the role a record label played in the careers of legends like Diana Ross, Michael Jackson and Marvin Gaye among others. Book your Motown The Musical Saint Louis tickets and watch how the American music scene was reshaped by one man and his label.
Motown The Musical revolves around, Berry Gordy and how he transformed the music industry in the country forever. It is the very definition of an American dream being realized. Gordy started off at the bottom of the barrel and eventually ended up launching the careers of Michael Jackson, Smokey Robinson, Diana Ross and several more.
Motown The Musical made its Broadway premiere on April 14, 2013 at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre and was directed by Charles Randolph Wright. That production turned out to be an instant hit. It received widespread acclaim from across the board. Motown went on to earn four Tony nominations. The play also won a Theatre World Award.
This wonderful musical is now on its way to Saint Louis. Fans will get to relive the story of how an ordinary man reached extraordinary heights as he shaped not only careers but the entire music scene.