Rain: A Tribute to The Beatles Broadway Show
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Rain: A Tribute to The Beatles on Broadway
Beatlemania veterans Rain bring their Beatles tribute band to Broadway. Playing many of the pop legends' greatest hits of the '60s, Rain replicates the experience of seeing The Beatles live onstage. The production will ends its run at the Neil Simon Theatre on January 15, but due to popular demand will transfer to the Brooks Atkinson Theatre on February 8 and run through May 29.
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The Beatles tribute band Rain presents a concert of the Fab Four's groundbreaking music, using video and sound projections to show the band's growth and development from their early years until their 1970 breakup.
Paul McCartney, John Lennon, and George Harrison (Music and Lyrics)
Summary Beatles tribute band Rain comes to Broadway to play the Fab Four's groundbreaking music in a concert event that utilizes sound and video projections to show the legendary pop band's growth and development from their early years until their eventual breakup in 1970.
Age No children under the age of 5 will be admitted.
Our Recommendation If you're only a casual Beatles fan, Rain offers the opportunity to better appreciate the legendary band's incredible musicianship by seeing and hearing their songs live. Diehard fans will get the chance to either re-live their original Beatles experiences or to simply imagine that they are in the audience as The Ed Sullivan Show or screaming in the stands at Shea Stadium. Accompanying video screens feature real footage of the Fab Four, as well as snippets of commercials and other iconic media from the '60s to get the audience in the spirit of the era. The members of Rain do several costume changes, evoking the Beatles during their different phases, and they expertly blaze through dozens of the band's songs, from "A Hard Day's Night" to "Let It Be," ending the show in a rousing sing-a-long of "Hey Jude". It's a lot of fun, but if you go, expect to see a concert, not a traditional Broadway show.