Opening Night: Tupac Shakur's Music Comes to Broadway in Holler If Ya Hear Me

Listen in as cast members talk about the impact they hope to make with the new musical.

In 1996, America lost a great lyrical artist when Tupac Shakur was killed in a drive-by shooting. Almost 20 years later, his songs have now made their way to Broadway in the new musical Holler If Ya Hear Me, written by Todd Kreidler and directed by Tony winner Kenny Leon. TheaterMania spoke with the cast on opening night about their characters and the relevance that Tupac's music still has today.

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