Concerts in West Memphis


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  • Playhouse On The Square
    Your Groupon is good for one of the company's final three productions of its 40th season. Reacquaint yourself with the classic Oliver! and sing along to the musical tunes of your childhood, such as "Food, Glorious Food," and "Consider Yourself," as the rapscallion orphans of Dickens's tale tear through the streets of 19th-century London. Or opt for a ticket to the regional premiere of Red, White, and Tuna, a two-man portrayal of the inhabitants of a small Texas town with more than 15 characters and 40 lightning-quick costume changes. Or take in the musical Hairspray to relive the trials and tribulations of Tracy Turnblad as she breaks into the 1962 Baltimore dance-show circuit. Instead of threatening lawsuits or vicious revenge, the cast of local Memphis actors will dazzle audiences with their triple threats of singing, dancing, and acting.
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    51 S Cooper St
    Memphis, TN US
  • Theatre Memphis
    One of the oldest community theaters in the country, Theatre Memphis has been putting on high-quality productions for 90 years. The 2010?2011 season features six highly acclaimed plays and musicals fit for auditory and sensory feasting. Tony Award nominee for Best Book of a Musical, [title of show] (January 14?30), is a love letter to the musical theater that follows two struggling writers in a race to craft an entry to a musical theater festival. Amadeus (February 4?20) traces Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart as he rises to become the number one ranked composer in the eyes of Austrian Emperor Josef. March 11?April 3, the stage and its reddest curtains dance to Cabaret, along with a charmingly carefree nightclub performer. Richard III, the third in William Shakespeare?s acclaimed three-part Richard series, appears April 8?24, preparing the stage for Picnic (April 29?May 15) and Crazy for You (June 3?26).
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    630 Perkins Ext
    Memphis, TN US
  • Levitt Shell
    Every year, the Levitt Shell hosts more than 50 free outdoor concerts. Past performers have included Elvis Presley—it was the site of his first professional show—, Al Green, and Jerry Lee Lewis. Today, the lineup is just as strong: local and national acts regularly take the spotlight, and music-themed films light up the screen beneath the summer stars.
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    1928 Poplar Avenue
    Memphis, TN US
  • Rockhouse Live
    Cuisine Type: American, homemade pub food Established: 2013 Reservations: Optional Handicap Accessible: Yes Number of Tables: 11?25 Parking: Parking lot Most popular offering: Legendary Rockhouse Burger Kid-friendly: No Alcohol: Full bar Delivery / Take-out Available: Takeout Only Outdoor Seating: No Q&A with Zach, Owner What made you want to work with food? When did you first develop that passion? Very simply, I love to eat. And I have always had a good sense of what really tastes good, not just to me but to other people as well. Making people happy through killer food is something that gives me great personal satisfaction. What is one fun, unusual fact about your business? Rockhouse Live is much more than a restaurant and bar. Rockhouse has a dual role of being a very comfortable, intimate bar and grill with an upscale feel, but also as the only boutique live-music venue in town?"boutique" meaning small and having extraordinary talent. Many people don't know that I, as the owner, am in the music business as president of a company that produces and records live concerts. My clients include Peter Frampton, Slash, REO Speedwagon, and many other major artists. As a result, I have the connections to bring in bigger artists to our tiny venue and giving fans a chance to meet them up close and personal like no one else can. Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover? Many people do not know we are open for lunch and serving up great food. The night crowds tend to build themselves. In your own words, how would you describe your menu? Our menu is still in its early stage but growing. The core menu is based on the owner's own recipes, including our legendary Rockhouse Burger, our Exotic Chicken Sandwich, our amazing queso, and more.
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    5709 Raleigh Lagrange Road
    Memphis, TN US
  • Memphis Development Foundation
    Built in 1928, the historic Orpheum Theatre Memphis once housed top-tier vaudeville shows in its opulent interior, which wowed audiences with monumental chandeliers, lush tapestries, and a Mighty Wurlitzer pipe organ. After the decline of vaudeville, the Orpheum gradually succumbed to age and a hailstorm of acorns tossed by delinquent squirrels, before a $5 million restoration project in 1982 returned the theater back to its former glory days. Now the crown jewel of Memphis' entertainment venues, the Orpheum's revived interior reminds audiences of the beautiful excess of the Roaring Twenties while hosting a nonstop schedule of concerts, Broadway shows, and ballets.
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    203 S Main St
    Memphis, TN US
  • Ralphie May Live Memphis
    A magnet for a wealth of entertainment, the Cannon Center for the Performing Arts’ modern facility looks as impressive as the roster of guests that performs on its gargantuan stage. Its multistory, glass-ensconced exterior grants visitors full glimpses into the glowing lobby. Once inside, event-goers can head into the venue’s 2,100-seat auditorium, where crisp acoustics allow them to completely appreciate musicians’ notes, actors’ lines, and the bell ring of the friendly hunchback who lives in the rafters.
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    255 N Main St.
    Memphis, TN US

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