VIDEO: Smokey Robinson Talks MOTOWN THE MUSICAL on 'The Talk'
Music legend Smokey Robinson stopped by CBS's The Talk yesterday and spoke about the early days of his career with Motown founder Berry Gordy. The singer also gushed about Motown The Musical, currently breaking box office records on Broadway. Check out the appearance below!
"Everyone in the play does a great job," said Robinson of the show. "I'm so proud of it!"
Directed by Charles Randolph-Wright, MOTOWN: THE MUSICAL features a book by Berry Gordy and music and lyrics from the legendary Motown catalogue. MOTOWN: THE MUSICAL's creative team features choreography by Patricia Wilcox and Warren Adams, scenic design by David Korins, costume design by Tony Award nominee ESosa, lighting design by Tony Award winner Natasha Katz, sound design by Tony Award nominee Peter Hylenski, and projection design by Daniel Brodie.
MOTOWN: THE MUSICAL features arrangements and orchestrations by Ethan Popp, who will also serve as musical supervisor for the 18 piece orchestra and reproduce the classic "Sound of Young America" for the Broadway stage, with co-orchestrations and additional arrangements by Bryan Crook, dance arrangements by Zane Mark and music direction by Joseph Joubert.