|Detroit, MI||Detroit Opera House||August 9-28, 2022 #|
|Dallas, TX||Music Hall||September 6-18, 2022|
|St. Louis, MO||Fabulous Fox Theatre||September 20–October 2, 2022 #|
|San Antonio, TX||Majestic Theatre||October 11-16, 2022|
|Omaha, NE||Orpheum Theater||October 18-23, 2022 #|
|Denver, CO||Denver Center||October 25–November 6, 2022 +||Tickets|
|San Francisco, CA ‡||Golden Gate Theatre||November 8–December 4, 2022||Tickets|
|San Diego, CA||Civic Theatre||January 3-8, 2023|
|Salt Lake City, UT||Eccles Theater||January 10-15, 2023 #|
|Spokane, WA||First Interstate Center||January 17-22, 2023||Tickets|
|Seattle, WA||Paramount Theatre||January 24–February 5, 2023|
|Portland, OR||Keller Auditorium||February 7-12, 2023 #|
|Reno, NV||Pioneer Center||February 14-19, 2023|
|Memphis, TN||Orpheum Theatre||March 7-12, 2023|
|Greensboro, NC||Tanger Center||March 14-19, 2023|
|Nashville, TN||TPAC||March 21-26, 2023 +|
|Austin, TX||Bass Concert Hall||March 28–April 2, 2023|
|Tulsa, OK||Tulsa PAC||April 4-9, 2023 #|
|Louisville, KY||Kentucky Center||April 11-16, 2023 #|
|Columbus, OH||Ohio Theatre||April 18-23, 2023|
|West Palm Beach, FL||Kravis Center||April 26-30, 2023|
|Tampa, FL||Straz Center||May 2-7, 2023|
|Miami, FL||Arsht Center||May 9-14, 2023|
|Schenectady, NY||Proctors Theatre||May 23-28, 2023|
|Hartford, CT||The Bushnell||May 30–June 4, 2023|
|Indianapolis, IN||Clowes Memorial Hall||June 6-11, 2023|
|Dayton, OH||Schuster Center||June 13-18, 2023|
|Appleton, WI||Fox Cities PAC||June 20-25, 2023|
|Des Moines, IA||Des Moines Civic Center||June 27–July 2, 2023|
|Richmond, VA||Altria Theater||July 11-16, 2023|
|Knoxville, TN||Tennessee Theatre||July 18-23, 2023|
|Charlotte, NC||Belk Theater||July 25-30, 2023||Tickets|
|Huntsville, AL||Von Braun Center||August 1-6, 2023|
|Houston, TX||Hobby Center||August 8-13, 2023|
- + Rescheduled from the 2021/2022 season
- # Rescheduled from the 2020/2021 season
- ‡ Part of venue’s 2021/2022 season
- Runtime: 2 hours 30 minutes
- Intermissions: 1
- Age Recommendation: 12+
- Download the Ain’t Too Proud — The Life and Times of the Temptations study guide
This show is the electrifying new smash-hit Broadway musical that follows The Temptations’ extraordinary journey from the streets of Detroit to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. The winner of the 2019 Tony Award® for Best Choreography, it’s a thrilling story of brotherhood, family, loyalty, and betrayal during a decade of civil unrest in America. Set to the beat of the group’s treasured hits, including “My Girl,” “Just My Imagination,” “Get Ready,” “Papa Was a Rolling Stone,” Ain’t Too Proud tells the unforgettable story of the legendary quintet that Billboard Magazine named the greatest R&B group of all time.
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Had an enjoyable time seeing this jukebox musical. All of the actors seemed to be giving 110% in both singing and dancing, and that energy was reflected in the outcome. I enjoyed at the very end how the musicians were on stage as they often are just tucked away as an afterthought. I also enjoyed how the music was incorporated into the musical. My only negative was that the sound levels were inconsistent during the musical numbers, making it hard to understand words and certain vocalists. It was good to see, and can recommend it, but maybe this is just a one-and-done for me.
I saw the show in NY before the Pandemic. It was nothing short of amazing. All of the cast performed as if they were a part of the group when it originated 60 years ago. I’m friends with Otis Williams, the creator and only original member still with us. He is peacock proud of the show.
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