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Ain't Too Proud Los Angeles Tickets
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Based on the life of one of Motown's biggest R&B musical acts, Ain't Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations documents the group's tragedies and triumphs as it climbs the ladder of fame. From the streets of Detroit to becoming the first Motown act to win a Grammy and achieving Rock & Roll Hall of Fame status, the musical pays tribute to the legendary group. Noted playwright Dominique Morisseau adapted the story from Otis Wilson's 1988 memoir to show how the five-man ensemble landed at the top of the charts amid betrayal, family obligations and civil unrest.
After a successful high-grossing premiere at California's Berkley Repertory Theatre in 2017 followed by housebreaking records at the Kennedy Center, CTG's Ahmanson Theatre and Toronto's Princess of Wales Theatre in 2018, producers took the jukebox musical to Broadway. The show previewed on the last day in February 2019 ahead of its official March schedule at the Imperial Theatre to a packed house. With 12 Tony nominations under its belt and a Tony Award for Best Choreography, Ain't Too Proud began to draw record crowds, grossing as much as $1.5 million a week. The producers plan more tour dates across the country.
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Were any original band members involved in the stage production?
During their tumultuous rise to fame, The Temptations went through a couple of dozen performers and still managed to create 42 Top 10 hits and 14 No. 1 songs. They enjoyed watching "Ain’t Too Proud To Beg" sit on the top of the R&B Top 40 charts for eight consecutive weeks. With the soulful melodies and iconic dance moves that made the quintet famous, the cast of Ain't Too Proud lives up to the hitmakers' legacy. Otis Williams, the founder and only living member of the "Classic Five," recalled details and mannerisms that helped cast members embody their character's persona. Williams praised the actors for bringing the members of The Temptations to life.
Who are the cast members of Ain't Too Proud?
The Broadway ensemble includes Derrick Baskin as Otis Williams, James Harkness as Paul Williams, Jawan Jackson as Melvin Franklin, Jelani Remy as Eddie Kendricks, Ephraim Sykes as David Ruffin, and Saint Aubyn as Dennis Edwards, who replaced Ruffin as frontman. The national touring cast might include some different actors. No matter where you see the show, you can sing along to top-charting favorites like "Get Ready" "My Girl," "Just My Imagination," "You’re My Everything," "Papa Was a Rolling Stone" and other top-charters of the 1960s and 1970s.
What is the story of Ain't Too Proud?
Follow The Temptations along their musical journey and learn how they crossed over into the mainstream, raised social consciousness and made sacrifices to achieve fame. Discover how Berry Gordy and Smokey Robinson contributed to the group's success and s how the men handled their romantic relationships while competing with Diana Ross and The Supremes.
Who are the creatives behind the scenes?
With Detroit native Dominique Morriseau as the playwright, Ira Pittleman of Jersey Boys fame as the director and Sergio Trujillo as the choreographer, Ain't Too Proud uses beloved songs as a foundation to explain how The Temptations met challenges and overcame obstacles. Also, Robert Brill on set design, Paul Tazewell on costumes, Howell Binkley on lighting, Peter Nigrini on projections and Kenny Seymour on orchestrations help bring the story to life.
How long is Ain't Too Proud on tour?
The performance runs two hours and 30 minutes with a 15-minute intermission.Back to Top