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Memphis

Loosely based on the career of groundbreaking disc jockey Dewey Phillips, Memphis throws audiences into the heat of racial tension, love and rock ‘n’ roll in 1950s-era Tennessee. With an original score by David Bryan and Joe DiPietro, the Tony Award-winning musical follows a white man with a passion for R&B and his dangerous affair with an up-and-coming black singer. Touted by critics as “an exuberant musical with classic values,” Memphis lights up the Woodlawn with a production directed by Rebecca Trinidad starring Brian Hodges, Marie Warren and Edward Burkley.

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  • Woodlawn Theatre

    1920 Fredericksburg Road, San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 267-8388

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