CLOSED. See current List of Broadway Shows.Beatles fans will want to behold this 50th anniversary celebration of the legendary band. Be dazzled by the 3D sound and the state-of-the-art projection as you witness The Beatles’ humble beginning and rise to fame as portrayed in this awesome Broadway musical.CLOSING SEPTEMBER 1, 2013 Let it Be Broadway Musical Synopsis: Let It Be takes the audience to Liverpool where The Beatles first performed to the local people. You’ll go from their time in the Cavern Club at the start of their careers to their heralded appearances on The Ed Sullivan Show, epic concert in Shea Stadium and final chart-toppers that were made in the recording studio. Of course, the show features the actual music from The Beatles, including over 40 of their greatest hits, like “Twist and Shout,” “Drive My Car,” “Hey Jude” and, of course, “Let It Be”. Starring Graham Alexander, John Brosnan, Ryan Coath, James Fox, Reuven Gershon, Chris McBurney, Luke Roberts, Ryan Alex Farmery, John Korba, and Daniel A. Weiss. Directed by John Maher
|Theater: Dates:||St. James Theatre, 246 West 44th Street, New York, NY Opened July 24, 2013, Closed September 1, 2013|
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