In My Life: A Musical Theatre Tribute to the Beatles With Abbey Road
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What can you say? It’s The Beatles! Very talented musicians give a progression of Beatles music with a little background by Brian Epstein narration to try to fill in the voids. Speaking of which, I’m sure Edan Freiberger tried his best, but he was hampered by such a weak script that the Epstein character came off as tedious and unnecessary. The cast was excellent – especially Axel Clarke as Ringo. Just 2 things that kinda stick out: The first scene in the Cavern Club made no mention of Pete Best who was the original drummer when Epstein first met the group. In fact, they specifically pointed out Ringo twice in this scene, as if any Beatles fans wouldn’t see the error. It would have been better to acknowledge the change as a growth stage of the group rather than ignore it. Secondly – a Beatles tribute that doesn’t end with The Long & Winding Road? Other than those small speed bumps, just an outstanding performance! Go see this group (Abbey Road) whenever you can!
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Blown away by the music and roles actors played portraying Beatles.
Each actor was awesome. If I were blindfolded I would have thought I was listening to the Beatles live!!! Great stage theatrics and sound. Lighting effects were great...loved...continued