Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, (4/14/2013 - 1/18/2015)

First Preview: Mar 11, 2013
Opening Date: Apr 14, 2013
Closing Date: Jan 18, 2015
Total Previews: 37
Total Performances: 738

Category: Musical, Drama, Original, Broadway

Opening Night Production Staff

Theatre Owned / Operated by The Nederlander Organization (James M. Nederlander: Chairman; James L. Nederlander: President)

Produced by Kevin McCollum, Doug Morris and Berry Gordy

Book by Berry Gordy; Music by The Legendary Motown Catalog; Lyrics by The Legendary Motown Catalog; Music by arrangement with Sony/ATV Music Publishing; Based upon the book "To Be Loved: The Music, The Magic, The Memories of Motown" by Berry Gordy; Musical Director: Joseph Joubert; Music orchestrated by Ethan Popp and Bryan Crook; Music arranged by Ethan Popp; Dance Music Arrangements by Zane Mark; Additional Arrangements by Bryan Crook; Script Consultant: David Goldsmith and Dick Scanlan

Directed by Charles Randolph-Wright; Choreographed by Patricia Wilcox and Warren Adams; Associate Director: Schele Williams

Scenic Design by David Korins; Costume Design by ESosa; Lighting Design by Natasha Katz; Sound Design by Peter Hylenski; Projection Design by Daniel Brodie; Hair and Wig Design by Charles G. LaPointe; Make-Up Design by J. Jared Janas; Associate Scenic Design: Rod Lemmond; Associate Costume Design: Cathy Parrott; Associate Lighting Design: Aaron Spivey; Associate Sound Design: Keith Caggiano; Associate Make-Up Design: Elias Aguirre

Executive Producer: Nina Lannan; General Manager: Bespoke Theatricals; Associate Gen. Mgr: David Roth; Company Manager: Nathan Gehan; Associate Co. Mgr: Michelle H. Tamagawa

Production Manager: David Benken; Production Stage Manager: Julia P. Jones; Stage Manager: Matthew Lacey

Musical Coordinator: Michael Keller; Musical Supervisor: Ethan Popp; Conducted by Joseph Joubert; Associate Conductor: Jason Michael Webb; Reeds: Todd Groves, Jack Bashkow and Alden C. Banta; Trumpets: John Chudoba and Brian Pareschi; Trombones: Bruce Eidem and Jason Jackson; Violin: Sean Carney; Violin/Viola: Orlando Wells; Cello: Amy Ralske; Keyboard 1: Jason Michael Webb; Keyboard 2: Alvin Hough; Guitars: Kenny Brescia and Bobby Baxmeyer; Bass: Luico Hopper; Drums: Buddy Williams; Percussion: Gary Seligson and Roger Squitero

Casting: Telsey + Company and Bethany Knox, CSA; Press Representative: Boneau / Bryan-Brown; Advertising: SPOTCo, Inc.; Marketing: SPOTCo, Inc.; Online/Digital Interactive: SPOTCo, Inc.; Marketing Outreach: Marcia Pendelton; Photographer: Joan Marcus; Creative Consultant: Christie Burton; Dance Captain: James Story

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Opening Night Cast

Charl BrownSmokey Robinson
Bryan Terrell ClarkMarvin Gaye
Brandon Victor DixonBerry Gordy
(Mar 11, 2013 - Jun 15, 2014)
Valisia LeKaeDiana Ross
(Mar 11, 2013 - Aug 11, 2013)
Timothy J. AlexEnsemble
Michael ArnoldEnsemble
Nicholas ChristopherEnsemble
Rebecca E. CovingtonEnsemble
Ariana DeBoseEnsemble
Andrea DoraEnsemble
Wilkie FergusonEnsemble
Marva HicksEnsemble
Tiffany Janene HowardEnsemble
Sasha HutchingsEnsemble
Jawan M. JacksonEnsemble
Lauren Lim JacksonEnsemble
Morgan JamesEnsemble
John JellisonEnsemble
Grasan KingsberryEnsemble
Raymond Luke Jr.Young Berry
Alternate
Young Stevie
Alternate
Young Michael
Alternate
Jibreel MawryYoung Berry
Alternate
Young Michael
Alternate
Young Stevie
Alternate
Marielys MolinaEnsemble
Sydney MortonEnsemble
Maurice MurphyEnsemble
Jesse NagerEnsemble
Milton Craig NealyEnsemble
N'KengeEnsemble
Dominic NolfiEnsemble
Saycon SengblohEnsemble
Ryan ShawEnsemble
Jamal StoryEnsemble
Eric LaJuan SummersEnsemble
Ephraim M. SykesEnsemble
Julius Thomas IIIEnsemble
Daniel J. WattsEnsemble
Donald Webber, Jr.Ensemble

Swings: Preston W. Dugger III, Wilkie Ferguson, Dionne Figgins, Crystal Joy, Jamie LaVerdiere and Jarran Muse

Understudies: Nicholas Christopher (Smokey Robinson), Ariana DeBose (Diana Ross), Dionne Figgins (Diana Ross), Maurice Murphy (Marvin Gaye), Jarran Muse (Marvin Gaye, Smokey Robinson), Julius Thomas III (Berry Gordy) and Donald Webber, Jr. (Berry Gordy)

Awards and Nominations

Tony Award®

 2013 Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical [nominee] 

Valisia LeKae

 2013 Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical [nominee] 

Charl Brown

 2013 Best Orchestrations [nominee] 

Bryan Crook

 2013 Best Orchestrations [nominee] 

Ethan Popp

 2013 Best Sound Design of a Musical [nominee] 

Sound Design by Peter Hylenski

Theatre World

winner 2013 Award [recipient] 

Valisia LeKae

Songs



ABC
(music by Alphonso J. Mizell, Freddie Perren, Berry Gordy Jr. and Deke Richards; lyrics by Alphonso J. Mizell, Freddie Perren, Berry Gordy Jr. and Deke Richards )
A Breathtaking Guy
(music by Smokey Robinson; lyrics by Smokey Robinson )
Ain't No Mountain High Enough
(music by Valerie Simpson and Nickolas Ashford; lyrics by Valerie Simpson and Nickolas Ashford )
Ain't Too Proud to Beg
(music by Norman J. Whitfield and Edward Holland, Jr.; lyrics by Norman J. Whitfield and Edward Holland, Jr. )
All Night Long
(music by Lionel Richie; lyrics by Lionel Richie )
Baby I Need Your Loving
(music by Brian Holland, Edward Holland, Jr. and Herbert Lamont Dozier; lyrics by Brian Holland, Edward Holland, Jr. and Herbert Lamont Dozier )
Ball of Confusion (That's What the World Is Today)
(music by Norman J. Whitfield and Barrett Strong; lyrics by Norman J. Whitfield and Barrett Strong )
Brick House
(music by Lionel Richie, Ronald Lapread, Walter Orange, Milan Williams, Thomas McClary and William King; lyrics by Lionel Richie, Ronald Lapread, Walter Orange, Milan Williams, Thomas McClary and William King )
Buttered Popcorn
(music by Berry Gordy Jr. and Barney Ales; lyrics by Berry Gordy Jr. and Barney Ales )
Bye Bye Baby
(music by Mary Wells; lyrics by Mary Wells )
Two Lovers
(music by Smokey Robinson; lyrics by Smokey Robinson )
Can I Close the Door
(music by Berry Gordy Jr. and Michael Lovesmith; lyrics by Berry Gordy Jr. and Michael Lovesmith )
Come See About Me
(music by Brian Holland, Edward Holland, Jr. and Herbert Lamont Dozier; lyrics by Brian Holland, Edward Holland, Jr. and Herbert Lamont Dozier )
Cruisin
(music by William Robinson and Marvin Tarplin; lyrics by William Robinson and Marvin Tarplin )
Dancing in the Street
(music by Marvin Gaye, Ivy Joe Hunter and William Stevenson; lyrics by Marvin Gaye, Ivy Joe Hunter and William Stevenson )
Do You Love Me
(music by Berry Gordy Jr.; lyrics by Berry Gordy Jr. )
Fingertips, Part 2
(music by Clarence O. Paul and Henry Cosby; lyrics by Clarence O. Paul and Henry Cosby )
For Once in My Life
(music by Orlando Murden and Ronald Miller; lyrics by Orlando Murden and Ronald Miller )
Get Ready
(music by Smokey Robinson; lyrics by Smokey Robinson )
Give It to Me, Baby
(music by Rick James; lyrics by Rick James )
Good Morning, Heartache
(music by Ervin M. Drake, Dan Fisher and Irene Higginbotham; lyrics by Ervin M. Drake, Dan Fisher and Irene Higginbotham )
Got a Job
(music by Smokey Robinson, Berry Gordy Jr. and Tyran Carlo; lyrics by Smokey Robinson, Berry Gordy Jr. and Tyran Carlo )
I Can't Get Next to You
(music by Norman J. Whitfield and Barrett Strong; lyrics by Norman J. Whitfield and Barrett Strong )
I Got a Feeling
(music by Edward Holland, Jr. and Herbert Lamont Dozier; lyrics by Edward Holland, Jr. and Herbert Lamont Dozier )
I Hear a Symphony
(music by Brian Holland, Herbert Lamont Dozier and Edward Holland, Jr.; lyrics by Brian Holland, Herbert Lamont Dozier and Edward Holland, Jr. )
I Heard It Through the Grapevine
(music by Norman J. Whitfield and Barrett Strong; lyrics by Norman J. Whitfield and Barrett Strong )
(I Know) I'm Losing You
(music by Norman J. Whitfield, Edward Holland, Jr. and Cornelius Grant ; lyrics by Norman J. Whitfield, Edward Holland, Jr. and Cornelius Grant )
I'll Be There
(music by Hal Davis, Berry Gordy Jr., Bob West and Willie Hutch; lyrics by Hal Davis, Berry Gordy Jr., Bob West and Willie Hutch )
It's What's in the Grooves That Counts
(music by Berry Gordy Jr. and Michael Lovesmith; lyrics by Berry Gordy Jr. and Michael Lovesmith )
I Want You Back
(music by Freddie Perren, Alphonso J. Mizell, Berry Gordy Jr. and Deke Richards; lyrics by Freddie Perren, Alphonso J. Mizell, Berry Gordy Jr. and Deke Richards )
Hail to the Beat
(music by Berry Gordy Jr. and Michael Lovesmith; lyrics by Berry Gordy Jr. and Michael Lovesmith )
Happy Birthday
(music by Stevie Wonder; lyrics by Stevie Wonder )
Hey Joe (Black Like Me)
(music by Berry Gordy Jr. and Michael Lovesmith; lyrics by Berry Gordy Jr. and Michael Lovesmith )
How High the Moon
(music by Morgan Lewis; lyrics by Nancy Hamilton )
Lonely Teardrops
(music by Berry Gordy Jr., Gwendolyn Gordy Fuqua and Tyran Carlo; lyrics by Berry Gordy Jr., Gwendolyn Gordy Fuqua and Tyran Carlo )
Love Child
(music by R. Dean Taylor, Frank Wilson, Joan Pamela Sawyer and Deke Richards; lyrics by R. Dean Taylor, Frank Wilson, Joan Pamela Sawyer and Deke Richards )
Love Is Here and Now You're Gone
(music by Brian Holland, Herbert Lamont Dozier and Edward Holland, Jr.; lyrics by Brian Holland, Herbert Lamont Dozier and Edward Holland, Jr. )
Mercy, Mercy Me (The Ecology)
(music by Marvin Gaye; lyrics by Marvin Gaye )
My Girl
(music by Ronald White and Smokey Robinson; lyrics by Ronald White and Smokey Robinson )
My Guy
(music by Smokey Robinson; lyrics by Smokey Robinson )
My Mama Done Told Me
(music by Smokey Robinson, Berry Gordy Jr. and Tyran Carlo; lyrics by Smokey Robinson, Berry Gordy Jr. and Tyran Carlo )
Please, Mr. Postman
(music by William Garrett, Georgia Dobbins, Brian Holland, Freddie Gorman and Robert Bateman; lyrics by William Garrett, Georgia Dobbins, Brian Holland, Freddie Gorman and Robert Bateman )
Reach Out (I'll Be There)
(music by Brian Holland, Herbert Lamont Dozier and Edward Holland, Jr.; lyrics by Brian Holland, Herbert Lamont Dozier and Edward Holland, Jr. )
Reach Out and Touch
(music by Nickolas Ashford and Valerie Simpson; lyrics by Nickolas Ashford and Valerie Simpson )
Reet Petite
(music by Berry Gordy Jr. and Tyran Carlo; lyrics by Berry Gordy Jr. and Tyran Carlo )
Remember Me
(music by Nickolas Ashford and Valerie Simpson; lyrics by Nickolas Ashford and Valerie Simpson )
Shop Around
(music by Smokey Robinson and Berry Gordy Jr.; lyrics by Smokey Robinson and Berry Gordy Jr. )
Shotgun
(music by Autry Dewalt; lyrics by Autry Dewalt )
Sign, Sealed, Delivered
(music by Stevie Wonder, Syreeta Wright, Lee Garrett and Lula Mae Hardaway; lyrics by Stevie Wonder, Syreeta Wright, Lee Garrett and Lula Mae Hardaway )
Square Biz
(music by Mary C. Brockert and Allen Henry McGrier; lyrics by Mary C. Brockert and Allen Henry McGrier )
Stop in the Name of Love
(music by Brian Holland, Herbert Lamont Dozier and Edward Holland, Jr.; lyrics by Brian Holland, Herbert Lamont Dozier and Edward Holland, Jr. )
Stubborn Kind of Fellow
(music by Marvin Gaye, George Gordy and William Stevenson; lyrics by Marvin Gaye, George Gordy and William Stevenson )
Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch
(music by Brian Holland, Herbert Lamont Dozier and Edward Holland, Jr.; lyrics by Brian Holland, Herbert Lamont Dozier and Edward Holland, Jr. )
Super Freak
(music by Rick James and Alonzo Miller; lyrics by Rick James and Alonzo Miller )
Tears of a Clown
(music by Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson and Henry Cosby; lyrics by Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson and Henry Cosby )
The Happening
(music by Herbert Lamont Dozier, Edward Holland, Jr., Brian Holland and Frank De Vol; lyrics by Herbert Lamont Dozier, Edward Holland, Jr., Brian Holland and Frank De Vol )
The Love You Save
(music by Freddie Perren, Alphonso J. Mizell, Berry Gordy Jr. and Deke Richards; lyrics by Freddie Perren, Alphonso J. Mizell, Berry Gordy Jr. and Deke Richards )
To Be Loved
(music by Berry Gordy Jr., Gwendolyn Gordy Fuqua and Tyran Carlo; lyrics by Berry Gordy Jr., Gwendolyn Gordy Fuqua and Tyran Carlo )
War
(music by Norman J. Whitfield and Barrett Strong; lyrics by Norman J. Whitfield and Barrett Strong )
What's Going On
(music by Renaldo Benson, Alfred W. Cleveland and Marvin Gaye; lyrics by Renaldo Benson, Alfred W. Cleveland and Marvin Gaye )
Where Did Our Love Go
(music by Edward Holland, Jr., Brian Holland and Herbert Lamont Dozier; lyrics by Edward Holland, Jr., Brian Holland and Herbert Lamont Dozier )
Who's Loving You
(music by Smokey Robinson; lyrics by Smokey Robinson )
You Are You
(music by Berry Gordy Jr.; lyrics by Berry Gordy Jr. )
You're All I Need to Get By
(music by Nickolas Ashford and Valerie Simpson; lyrics by Nickolas Ashford and Valerie Simpson )
You're Nobody 'Till Somebody Loves You
(music by James Cavanaugh, Russ Morgan and Larry Stock; lyrics by James Cavanaugh, Russ Morgan and Larry Stock )
You've Really Got a Hold on Me
(music by Smokey Robinson; lyrics by Smokey Robinson )

Reviews


AP: "'Motown' Musical Review: Big On Songs, Light Story"

There are 36 songs in the new Broadway show "Motown: The Musical." Actually, that's just in the first act – 36 songs, not including a reprise of "You're Nobody `til Somebody Loves You." It's like a jukebox went completely haywire.

To be sure, the songs are probably the best America has ever produced: "War," "What's Going On?" "My Girl," "You've Really Got a Hold on Me," "Dancing in the Streets" and "Ain't Too Proud to Beg." But, still, 36? In comparison, "The Book of Mormon" has what now seems like a stingy 16 songs in total.

The 2 1/2-hour show, about Motown Records under founder Berry Gordy, opened Sunday at The Lunt-Fontanne Theatre completely unbalanced: The songs are staggering, the book utterly flimsy.

Both are due to one man: Gordy, who clearly knows what makes an indelible hit song, but also has an inability to write objectively about that skill. As the book writer, Gordy comes across almost divine, a true visionary who literally changed the world and race relations but was eventually abandoned by the artists he made stars when they sought to cash in. There are parts of the show that even a North Korean dictator would find excessively flattering.

Using a total of 59 songs or snippets of songs – not counting a tiny amount of the theme from the film "Mahogany" – Gordy tells the story of how his Motown empire rose and fell and then rose again.

"You built a legacy of love," he makes Smokey Robinson say, admiringly.

The story begins and ends in 1983 – Motown's 25th anniversary – and is a celebration of an independent record company as much as one of Gordy. Why 1983? It neatly avoids mention of the sale of Motown in 1988.

The irony is that despite having a war chest of songs, Gordy has co-written (with Michael Lovesmith) four new ones to drive home plot points. They're pretty good, especially "It's What's in the Groove That Counts" and "Can I Close the Door."

Charles Randolph-Wright proves a director with real skill, able to seamlessly juggle an insane amount of songs, dozens of scenes and harness some quite stunning performances, led by a go-for-it Brandon Victor Dixon as Gordy and Valisia LeKae as Diana Ross, who especially shines during an ad lib moment with the audience.

Other standouts include Charl Brown as Smokey Robinson, Saycon Sengbloh as Martha Reeves and Bryan Terrell Clark as Marvin Gaye. Raymond Luke Jr. – one of two boys taking turns playing the roles of young Gordy, young Stevie Wonder and a preteen Michael Jackson – was astounding and got one preview crowd thoroughly jazzed.

With so many tunes, backed by an 18-piece orchestra, it's a challenge to find logical places to put them. Many are stuffed into long recording sessions at the Hitsville USA building in Detroit or when the artists tour or make TV appearances.

Often an attempt has been made to juxtapose the song with the action onstage and it's a technique that works unevenly: It's clever when "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" is played when there's backdoor intrigue discussed at Hitsville. It doesn't work as well when the iconic song "War" is used to underline some bitter legal wrangling.

Gordy even threatens to tarnish some of these songs when he puts them into service to tell his story, as when he uses "My Girl" while trying to bed Ross ("I'm going to knock it out the park, baby," he privately boasts to Robinson.) "My Girl" is too lovely to be used so callously. ("I'm the luckiest girl in the world," a smitten Ross says during the seduction. Of course she does)

At other times, Gordy is dishonest to history. In the show, the murder of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. prompts a riot in Detroit, triggering the song "What's Going On?" The riot was in the summer of 1967, King was assassinated in April 1968 and the song came out in 1971.

Choreographer Patricia Wilcox has all the cast dance in the familiar styles of their respective eras and also has a few big tricks up her sleeve, as the well-executed "Dancing in the Streets" production number in Act 1 and the "Ball of Confusion" performance that opens Act 2. ESosa's costumes beautifully change as the decades do, with the bright and sharp `50s turning more earthy and loose – and hairy – as the night progresses.

To be fair, Gordy's story is a remarkable one and should be told onstage, warts and all. His songs are the soundtrack of America, but letting him tell his own story has cheapened it. He didn't "knock it out of the park, baby."


AP
04/14/2013

New York Daily News: "'Motown: The Musical': Theater review "

Berry Gordy founded the Motown record empire in the ’60s. Now he’s telling his story with chart-toppers from his hit factory in “Motown the Musical,” which opened Sunday at the Lunt-Fontanne on Broadway.

There’s no shortage of great tunes from which to choose. And if a batch of catchy classics with tasty harmonies and cool grooves like “I Heard It Through the Grapevine,” “Stop in the Name of Love,” “My Girl” and “ABC” were enough to make a jukebox musical click, the show would be an automatic hit.

But it takes more. While the music catalog runs deep, the story is shallow. The book, penned by Gordy, who also produced the show, suffers from being sketchy, earnest and sometimes corny.

The action begins and ends at a televised 25th anniversary Motown reunion. Gordy (Brandon Victor Dixon) won’t go. He’s seen too many singers he made famous leave him, lawsuits and bad blood. Will Gordy go to his own party? The answer comes nearly three hours later.

Between the end points, we’re swept back to the late ’30s for a brief glimpse of Gordy’s boyhood wish to be Joe Louis. The story moves through the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s name-checking various acts and tragic milestone moments of turbulent times.

Under the direction of Broadway rookie Charles Randolph-Wright, nearly 50 songs, including a couple new ones for the show, are performed with pizazz. Dixon (“The Color Purple”) anchors the show nicely and brings gravity to a thinly drawn part.

The very appealing Valisia LeKae (“The Book of Mormon”) channels Diana Ross’ manners and voice to play the Supreme being. She brings a blast of spontaneity re-creating Ross’ solo Las Vegas concert and summons audience members to belt a bit of “Reach Out and Touch.” Gordy and Ross could have reached out and touched each other a bit more. They made hits and a baby together but their stage romance is anemic enough to make you wonder “What’s Going On.”

Lending fine support are Charl Brown as true-blue Smokey Robinson, Bryan Terrell Clark as social-minded Marvin Gaye and Raymond Luke, Jr., as little Michael Jackson, who stopped the show easy as 1, 2, 3.

David Korins’ set pieces shift from studio to home to studio and keep the show in motion. Ditto Patricia Wilcox and Warren Adams’s smooth dance moves.

“Motown” joins a growing roster of shows trying to re-create the success of “Jersey Boys,” which told the Four Seasons’ backstory in dramatic fashion.

Drama is what’s missing in “Motown.” When all is sung and done, the show is about imitation more than illumination. Depending on how mad you are about Motown tunes, that may or may not matter.


New York Daily News
04/14/2013

Replacement/Transfer Info


The following people are credited as replacements or additions if they were not credited on opening night.


Lunt-Fontanne Theatre

(4/14/2013 - 1/18/2015)
Assistant Scenic Design: Amanda Stephens.

Assistant Co. Mgr: Johnny Lloyd; Company Manager: Michelle H. Tamagawa; Associate Gen. Mgr: Nathan Gehan.

Production Manager: Rose Palombo(circa. Sep 2013 - ?); Assistant Stage Mgr: Mary MacLeod, Cody Renard Richard(Dec 30, 2014 - Jan 18, 2015); Stage Manager: Cody Renard Richard(Oct 13, 2014 - Oct 13, 2014), Cody Renard Richard(Dec 4, 2014 - Dec 4, 2014), Cody Renard Richard(Dec 25, 2014 - Dec 26, 2014).

Reeds: Michael Migliore.

Dance Captain: Dionne Figgins; Assistant Dance Captain: Darius Crenshaw(Jun 3, 2014 - ?), Jaquez André Sims; Dance Captain: Afra Hines.

Cast

Gerald Avery
Ensemble
Felicia Boswell
Diana Ross (Aug 13, 2013 - Sep 22, 2013)
Diana Ross
Krystal Joy Brown
Diana Ross (Jan 23, 2014 - Jan 18, 2015)
Dwayne Cooper
Ensemble
Darius Crenshaw
Ensemble
Nathaniel Cullors
Young Berry Alternate
Young Michael Alternate
Young Stevie Alternate
Tyler Hardwick
Ensemble
Rod Harrelson
Ensemble
Afra Hines
Ensemble
Jawan M. Jackson
Ensemble
Crystal Joy
Ensemble
Aaron Kaburick
Ensemble
Darius Kaleb
Young Berry Alternate
Young Michael Alternate
Young Stevie Alternate
Mykal Kilgore
Ensemble
Valisia LeKae
Diana Ross
Prince George Maynard
Young Berry Alternate
Young Michael Alternate
Young Stevie Alternate
Tracy McDowell
Ensemble
Jevon McFerrin
Ensemble
Raven McRae
Ensemble
Desmond Newson
Ensemble
Samuel Pickens
Young Berry Alternate
Young Michael Alternate
Young Stevie Alternate
Angela Wildflower Polk
Ensemble
Justin Prescott
Ensemble
Allison Semmes
Ensemble
Florence Ballard (Nov 5, 2013 - Mar 9, 2014)
Jaquez André Sims
Ensemble (Apr 22, 2014 - ?)
Sabrina Sloan
Ensemble
Josh Tower
Berry Gordy (Jun 17, 2014 - Jan 18, 2015)
Rickey Tripp
Ensemble
Nik Walker
Ensemble
Lisa Nicole Wilkerson
Ensemble
Syndee Winters
Ensemble
Dashaun Young
Ensemble



Understudies: Tyler Hardwick (Smokey Robinson), Brittney Johnson (Diana Ross), Mykal Kilgore (Marvin Gaye), Jevon McFerrin (Smokey Robinson), Jesse Nager (Smokey Robinson), Allison Semmes (Diana Ross), Ryan Shaw (Marvin Gaye), Sabrina Sloan (Diana Ross), Nik Walker (Marvin Gaye), Dashaun Young (Berry Gordy).


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