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A World Premiere Musical

2022 Season

by Dominique Morisseau
Choreographed by Camille A. Brown

Directed by Kamilah Forbes

Sep 16– Oct 16, 2022

The Geary Theater

2022 Season

Sep 16– Oct 16, 2022

“My family turned on SOUL TRAIN every week expecting nothing less than a house party . . . we got that, and a whole lot more”

Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson, Executive Producer, Soul Train

Tickets for Soul Train will be on sale at a later time. 

Get ready for “the hippest trip in America” with the world premiere of Soul Train, the Broadway-bound musical based on the iconic TV show that brought Black music, dance, and style into every living room in America.

Journey back to 1971’s Chicago, when Black entrepreneur and radio DJ Don Cornelius transformed the pop culture landscape by recognizing the lack of Black musical artists on television. Within a year, his local dance show went national and became one of the longest-running shows in television history. Elegant, determined, and complicated, Cornelius set trends for nearly 40 years by giving a stage—and a camera—to the artists who created the soundtrack of multiple generations, and to the dancers, including Rosie Perez and Jody Watley, who became superstars. Launching fall of 2022 at A.C.T.’s historic Geary Theater, the acclaimed creative team of Soul Train includes Tony Award–nominated playwright and MacArthur Genius Dominique Morisseau (Broadway’s Ain’t Too ProudThe Detroit Project), Tony Award–nominated choreographer Camille A. Brown (A.C.T.’s Toni Stone; Broadway’s Once on This Island), and the Apollo Theater’s acclaimed executive director Kamilah Forbes. Don’t miss this world-premiere musical event that will have you dancing in the aisles and leave you with “love, peace, and soul” in your heart.

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All titles, schedules, and artists are subject to change. Tickets are for personal use and not for resale.