In My Life: A Musical Theatre Tribute to the Beatles With Abbey Road
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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 the strobe type lighting and psycadellic lights. Audience participation encouraged which brought audience alive with singing and clapping and dancing...yes audience dancing in the aisles! Edan Freiberger who played Brian Epstein, Beatles Manager, added energy and excitement to the performance with his contagious smile and making audience feel he was right there with us enjoying the music. Loved it when he was dancing in front of the stage and invited audience members to join him. He was very convincing in Epstein's role. I'm amazed at local theater performances such as In My Life featuring Abbey Road which are over the top with talent. Enjoyed the performance and reliving those days when the Beatles were so big and I was so young :)