"Million Dollar Quartet" was based on true events that occurred on December 4, 1956. A lady friend asked me if I remembered the events from memory and I scolded her for making me remember how old I was . . . . . . You have to enjoy the music of that era to really like this show. I was sitting next to an Asian family and the daughter was clearly not into it. All the performers play their own instruments and sing. It details a meeting of Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, Elvis Presley, and Johnny Cash at Sam Phillips' Sun Recording studios. <-corrected - Thanks to EagleJohn for catching that There is a female singer that was added as Elvis' girlfriend that he brought to the session, but in real life, she was a dancer and didn't sing. The music was a sampling of each of the artist's hits. The story line followed the actual events that spurred on this meeting. Elvis' contract being sold to RCA, Johnny Cash's/Carl Perkins' migration to Columbia records, Jerry Lee Lewis joining Sun records. Conclusion: If you like 50's rock, are a fan of any of the singers portrayed in this show, or just have an extra CET Diamond /7* ticket to use, go see this show. It's a 90 minute show, and although I sat in the third row, I didn't see anything that would have required sitting that close. I thought it was a good show however, I'm not that much a fan of the music to purchase a ticket.