Celebrate the excitement of Hamilton by joining us for The Orpheum Gala, A Revolutionary Event!

A once-in-a-lifetime event featuring Leslie Odom, Jr. in concert with the Memphis Symphony Orchestra followed by a spectacular afterparty with tons of live music, fantastic food and festivities – all celebrating Hamilton’s arrival in the 901! 

Sponsorships

Sponsorship packages are available starting at $2,500.

Premier sponsorships will include tickets to Hamilton in July! Please contact:

Tracy Trotter 
901-529-4299
trotter@orpheum-memphis.com

About Leslie Odom Jr. 

Leslie Odom Jr.

Tony and Grammy Award-winning performer, Leslie Odom Jr., has taken the entertainment world by storm across a variety of media – spanning Broadway, television, film, and music.

A Grammy Award-winning recording artist, Odom, Jr.’s self-titled debut album was part-funded by a successful Kickstarter campaign and released in 2014 by Borderlight Entertainment, Inc. In June 2016, the album was re-released with additional material and charted at #1 on the Billboard Jazz chart. In winter 2017, he re-released Simply Christmas as a deluxe edition with new arrangements and new songs. The holiday album hit #1 on iTunes and Billboard Jazz Charts.

Best known for his breakout role as "Aaron Burr" in the smash hit Broadway musical, Hamilton, Odom Jr. received a 2015 Drama Desk Award nomination and won the Tony Award for “Best Actor in a Musical” for his performance.

He also won a Grammy Award as a principal soloist on the original cast recording. He made his Broadway debut in RENT and starred in the stage adaption of Leap of Faith. Off-Broadway he appeared in Venice and the original staging of Hamilton, both at the Public Theater. He also starred opposite Lin-Manuel Miranda and Karen Olivo in a 2014 City Center Encores! revival of Jonathan Larson’s Tick, Tick ... Boom!.

Odom Jr. was most recently seen on the big screen starring alongside Johnny Depp, Daisy Ridley, Penelope Cruz, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Judi Dench in Kenneth Branagh’s Murder on the Orient Express for Twentieth Century Fox. Previous film work includes the 2012 historical drama, Red Tails, executive produced by George Lucas and co-starring Terrence Howard, Cuba Gooding, Jr., and David Oyelowo, among others.

On the small screen, Odom, Jr. starred on the cult-classic musical drama series, Smash, created by Theresa Rebeck. He had recurring roles on NBC’s Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and CBS’ Persons of Interest and CSI: Miami and made guest appearances on such shows as The Good Wife, Gotham, and Showtime’s House of Lies.