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ST JAMES THEATER

246 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036

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The performers are outstanding, as nostalgia substitutes and as musicians in their own right.

Anita Gates, The New York Times

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
AMAZING....,
Jul 25, 2013
reviewer: from New York, New York
I was invited to the show the day of. My cousin's husband purchased a ticket for me, what a truly amazing show, I am so glad I was able to experience it. This is defiantly a must see!!!!

 

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1 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
AMAZING....,
Jul 25, 2013
reviewer: from New York, New York
I was invited to the show the day of. My cousin's husband purchased a ticket for me, what a truly amazing show, I am so glad I was able to experience it. This is defiantly a must see!!!!

 

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Loved the Show,
Oct 30, 2013
reviewer: from New York, New York
I am not much of a Beatles fan but my husband is. We both enjoyed the show.
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1 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
Great night,
Jul 24, 2013
reviewer: from New York, New York
Fab night! Thought Lennon and especially the guy playing McCartney was great. Didn't care that he was right handed.Would go again!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Very Good Evening,
Jul 30, 2013
reviewer: from New York, New York
I thought this show was a great evening out for my wife and myself. Yes, I was surprised that there was no story but it didn't really matter to us, as we're massive Beatles fans and I'd rather hear the music than a plot.

 

I found the previous reviews fairly humourous regarding the white guy playing Billy Preston. I read the playbill and the guy isn't an actor at all, he's a session musician who plays on other shows on Broadway. I don't think he's supposed to be playing Billy at all, in fact at one stage, the McCartney actor calls him their very own George Martin, who, from memory, is a white guy. I think the comment that the show is watering down 'African American' contribution to popular music is ill-founded and extremely narrow minded.

 

I'd recommend this show for an authentic tribute to the Beatles, but not if you like a story.
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