The legacy of the Beatles, one of the most famous pop singing groups in history, continues to live on on Broadway. On January 23, Tony nominee Barbara Walsh (Company, Falsettos) and other Broadway and cabaret performers will pay tribute to the Fab Four in a concert at Feinstein’s/54 below in New York City.
Additional scheduled performers include Alyse Alan Louis (Amélie), Morgan Weed (American Psycho), Rita Harvey (The Phantom of the Opera), Brian Charles Rooney (The Three-Penny Opera), Farah Alvin (Nine, Saturday Night Fever), Mia Gerachis (Elf: The Musical), Emma Hunton (The Mad Ones), Jillian Louis (It Shoulda Been You)
Jenny Lee Stern (Forbidden Broadway, Rocky, Spamilton).
They will perform a program that includes “I Want to Hold Your Hand,” “All My Loving,” “Yesterday,” “While My Guitar Gently Weeps,” “Can’t Buy Me Love,” “Norwegian Wood,” Eleanor Rigby,” Nowhere Man,” and “We Can Work It Out.”
The Beatles have crossed paths with Broadway more than once. Revues, musicals, and concert shows of their songs have included Beatlemania (1977), Lennon (2005), Rain (2010), and Let It Be (2013).
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