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Broadway's Motown The Musical Announces $30 Lottery

Patrons will be dancing in the street for well-priced tickets.

Josh Tower and Krystal Joy Brown take on the lead roles of Berry Gordy and Diana Ross in Broadway's Motown The Musical.
(© David Gordon)

Broadway's Motown The Musical has announced a new ticket lottery policy. For each performance, a select number of $30 tickets will be sold through the ticket lottery, which patrons can enter two and a half hours before the performance at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre. Winners will be drawn two hours before each performance. There will be a limit of one entry per person and two tickets per winner. Tickets can be paid for in cash only.

Directed by Charles Randolph-Wright, Motown The Musical follows the life of Berry Gordy from his childhood to his career as the music impresario who launched the careers of Diana Ross and Stevie Wonder, among many others. The cast recently welcomed its latest pair of stars Josh Tower (Berry Gordy) and Krystal Joy Brown (Diana Ross). The cast also currently features Tony nominee Charl Brown (Smokey Robinson), Bryan Terrell Clark (Marvin Gaye), Ryan Shaw (Stevie Wonder), and Nathaniel Xavier Cullors, and Raymond Luke Jr. (Young Berry Gordy, Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder).

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