Unfortunately, we don't have any information about upcoming performances of this show. Maybe we can interest you with something similar from the options below The legendary four return once more in this limited tour of the Broadway hit musical, Million Dollar Quartet! Million Dollar Quartet is not just about the music. The songs are all laced together with stories and anecdotes from the famous foursome and the manager of Sun Records, Sam Phillips. The show acts as a mini-history lesson about the birth of rock 'n' roll and the wider social changes that were afoot at the time. On a cold and wet December night in , four young musicians gathered at Sun Records in Memphis for what would be one of the greatest recording sessions ever. Not an easy feat back in the Fifties! This impromptu jam session would become the basis of musical legend, four icons of the rock 'n' roll era together singing and recording in one room for the first and only time.
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The musical opened on Broadway in , after several tryouts and regional productions, and spawned a West End production. The musical premiered at Florida 's Seaside Music Theatre, running from November 9 to December 4, , and was then staged at the Village Theatre in Issaquah, Washington in September through October , and Everett, Washington , in January ,   breaking box office records. The musical had a limited run at Chicago's Goodman Theatre , opening on September 27, The show transferred to Chicago's Apollo Theater where it opened on October 31, The original cast recording was released in The musical closed on June 12, after having played performances and 34 previews. The show closed in London on January 14, , having previously been booking until October 27, The musical transferred to New World Stages in July The production closed on June 24,
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Reviews of Million Dollar Quartet on Broadway. Don't look for "Million Dollar Quartet," the new musical about this fortuitous event, to show what really happened that day. But this wildly entertaining show wonderfully captures the spirit of these seminal figures who would go on to change the course of popular music. Million Dollar Quartet, a show poised delicately at the halfway point between a musical and a revue, distills that revolutionary spirit and splashes it out as a dazzling, raucous spectacle. The musicianship sells this entertainment. If the rockabilly rhythms of Perkins or the proto-rocker antics of Lewis don't set your heart to palpitating, then "Million Dollar Quartet" will be lost on you. The calculation is that fans of early rock-and-roll and idolaters of Presley and Cash are of an age and economic level to fill the Nederlander's pews. And for them, the musical will feel at times like a throbbing worship service. What exactly is it that makes the new musical "Million Dollar Quartet" so damn enjoyable and invigorating? Is it the pure simplicity and rapid-fire energy of four rock 'n' roll legends performing their signature tunes for blissful minutes?
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