How was your experience?
The Fab Four were great - especially "George Harrison" and "John Lennon" who were dead ringers. The music was lively, touching, and engaging. It included many of the Beatles' greatest hits. What's not to like? The cheesy comedy, which was totally inane. The gyrating dancers - the girls could dance, but that act did not belong as part of a Beatle hommage. The theater - which reminded of a community theater in a large room with a mix of someone's dining room chairs. That said - the general admission seating is okay, except for having to wait in line for an hour, the inability to choose a seat; actually the general admission seating keeps one far enough away to keep the illusion going that one is at a Beatles concert - that is until Austin Powers appears.