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Win tix to see "Yesterday & Today" at Marcus Center

by Bob posted Jan 29 2014 12:03PM
Listen to The Morning Show to win tix...or drop off jars of peanut butter for the Full Shelf Food Pantry by 5pm Thurs. Jan 30th for entries to win tix.

What's your favorite Beatles song? When asked this question, people don't just tell you the name of the song. They tell you a story associated with that song - about a first love, a first kiss or a touching story about a parent or the loss of a loved one. Simply put, The Beatles music is the soundtrack to our lives. Yesterday and Today gets to the heart of that.

Yesterday and Today is not your typical Beatles show. Yesterday and Today cast don't try to execute the accents or dress like The Beatles. The focus is to remind the audience of the experiences of when you heard their songs.

This show takes the incredible music of The Beatles and personalizes it with the stories and perspectives of audience members. The focus is to remind the audience of the experiences of when you heard their songs. As the audience steps into the theatre, they are encouraged to go to the Song Request table. To make requests, the audience fills out a card with their names, a song, and the reason they have chosen that particular song.

Shows are Friday and Saturday nights February 7th and 8th at 8pm and Sunday February 9th at 2pm. You can order on the Marcus Center website.

 
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