Motown Records of the 1960s churned out chart-topping hits by R&B sensations like the Supremes, the Shirelles, James Brown and Jackie Wilson. These rising stars didn't catapult to fame and fortune without their share of drama, betrayal and deceit. Inspired by real-life stories, Dreamgirls
follows a naïve female trio from Chicago on their roller coaster journey to the top. Think Diana Ross and the Supremes, or Beyoncé and Destiny's Child. The sparkly costumes will wow you, but it's the music that'll stick in your head. You'll be singing "One Night Only," "Cadillac Car" and "Steppin' to the Bad Side" days after the show is over. The tears will flow when Effie croons "I Am Changing" and belts out "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going," songs that Jennifer Holliday made famous and that pushed Jennifer Hudson's career to new heights.
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