The musical that rocked Broadway comes to State Theatre, featuring a score by New Jersey's own David Bryan of Bon Jovi. Inspired by actual events, Memphis
immortalizes '50s DJ Huey Calhoun, the man who first spun the music of black and white musicians together on American radio. Calhoun (a white man) falls in love with a black club singer at a time when racial tensions are high. He then sets out on a mission to unite the country through music -- an endeavor captured perfectly by Bryan's Tony-winning original score. This nationally touring hit is directed by Tony nominee Christopher Ashley (Xanadu
) and written by Joe DiPietro, author of I Love You, ,You're Perfect, Now Change
and Over the River and Through the Woods
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