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April 11, 2014 2:00 PM

Performers say social messages in musical ‘Memphis’ are relevant today

Joey Elrose figures that during the course of the 2½-hour running time of “Memphis,” the 2010 Tony-winning best musical that opens Tuesday in Century II as the final show this year for Theater League, he’s only off stage for about 7½ minutes.

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