THE SCREENING ROOM: Favorite Performances from Memphis (Video)
By Playbill Staff
The Tony Award-winning musical Memphis, which features a blues, rock and gospel score by David Bryan and Joe DiPietro, ended its hit Broadway run Aug. 5, 2012, after 1,166 regular performances at the Shubert Theatre.
Playbill.com is marking the special day by taking a look back at Memphis. What follows are Memphis performances from Broadway, in concert and on tour.
Chad Kimball performs the song "Memphis Lives In Me" to celebrate the box-office opening of Memphis.
Montego Glover performs "Someday."
Memphis performs on the Tony Awards.
Montego Glover performs "Colored Woman" at Ford's Theatre.
The cast performs "Underground."
Cass Morgan performs "Change Don't Come Easy."
Chad Kimball performs "The Music of My Soul" at Broadway in Bryant Park.
Adam Pascal Sings "Memphis Lives In Me."
Highlights from the national tour of Memphis.
The trailer for the live HD film of Memphis.
Highlights from Pascal's turn in Memphis:
"Love will Stand" Memphis the Musical, First National Tour
Adam Pascal sings "Music of My Soul."
Rhett George sings "Say a Prayer."
"Memphis Lives in Me" performed by the cast of Illinois High School All-State Theatre.
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