Let It Be: A Celebration of the Music of The Beatles, From Beatlemania to Abbey Road
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The last date listed for Let It Be was Sunday September 1, 2013 / 2:00pm.
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First off and most importantly, the musicians played and sang great! The songs covered all eras of the Beatles' catalog. There could have been more of a back story or some insight from the band members for the songs and the band. Maybe some trivia or little know facts.
It was a little difficult to understand "Paul's" dialog; it was either muffled or mangled. Found it strange that "Paul" kept smiling while singing the melancholy song "Yesterday".
The General Admission for the balcony isn't something you normally want to deal with in a NYC theater, it tends to get a little competitive and stressful. Arrive early to pick your seats (don't sit on the far ends or you will have poor, obstructed views). I may have overheard that future shows will do away with this seating arrangment and have assigned seats.
Nitpicking aside, the band sounded fantastic and by the end of the show most people were standing and screaming. Thanks "Let It Be" for a fun show!
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