New York City
Produced in cooperation with the Motown Historical Museum, Now That I Can Dance recounts the early days of Motown, before Diana Ross reigned supreme, Little Stevie became a legend, and five young girls from Inkster (The Marvelettes) recorded Motown’s first song to ever reach number one on the Billboard pop charts — "Please, Mr. Postman." Written by Mosaic Founder and CEO, Rick Sperling, Now That I Can Dance is based on the personal memories and stories of Katherine Anderson Schaffner – an original Marvelette, whose character "Kat" serves as the play’s narrator – and other Motown pioneers.
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