Based on a true story, “Memphis” tells the tale of Huey Calhoun, a white radio DJ who is the first to play rhythm and blues on an all-white radio station. He falls in love with the beautiful Felicia Farrell, a black night club singer on Beale Street in Memphis, Tennessee. The production will have you laughing, crying, and hopping to the music as you experience the story of two star-crossed lovers maneuvering their way through the brutal racism of the American South in the 1950s.
$10 tickets can be purchased from a cast member or at the door.
Louis Jean Delaney Auditorium on the campus of Murphy High School