Tuesday, 13 December 2011
MEMPHIS The Musical: Felicia Boswell is Pure Magic!
The love story is forwarded by dance-in-your-seat music by David Bryan and Joe DiPietro (who also penned the book, based on a concept by George W. George). Energetically choreographed by Sergio Trujillo, the dances are a blend of period moves, and pure Broadway styling that contrast the ways in which black and white teens were dancing, and the way everyone began to dance to the same music, American music. Set pieces such as the FM broadband dial, the disc jockey booth, and the television studio will be nostalgic for older audience members; younger audiences will view the set design as "vintage" while relating to the age-old theme of rebelling against their parents' music.
Until December 24th
Toronto Centre for the Arts
5040 Yonge Street (North York Centre subway stop)
Photos: by Paul Kolnik; Memphis poster by Key Art.
Courtesy of DanCap Productions.
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