The Verdict: Critics Review Broadway's Beatles Concert Experience, Let It Be
25 Jul 2013
Photo by Chad Batka
Let It Be, a concert experience of The Beatles' greatest hits, opened at Broadway's St. James Theatre July 24 following previews that began July 16.
Using projection technology and 3D sound, the show chronicles the Beatles' rise from Liverpool's Cavern Club to the height of their fame through live performances of songs including "Twist and Shout," "She Loves You," "Drive My Car," "Yesterday," "Hey Jude," "Come Together" and "Let It Be."
The critics have filed their reviews, and Playbill.com has collected them for our readers. Click through to read them all. Playbill.com will continue to update our list as the reviews come in.
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