This intimate play brings to life a little-known night when John and Paul were becoming the most famous men on earth. More…
From the show:
After months of performing for arenas of fans, John and Paul find themselves stranded in a cheap motel room in Key West. They do what many young men do when they’re bored—get drunk and have some laughs. But as their talk turns serious, they bond over the revelation of childhood events and find inspiration for the music that changed our lives.
See it if Songwriting dynamic duo caught in a motel room...sing cover songs and bond over notes and shared painful childhood traumas. Easy accents.
Don't see it if Fun time. And so is the local karaoke night. Music rights are pricey, so instead, why not just insert two handfuls of Beatles' cover tunes?
See it if you enjoy imagining stories about a day in the life of the Beatles; good acting; songs by those who influenced their music; lighthearted.
Don't see it if you are looking for perfect accents, grand sets or a biography of the Beatles - this is a work of fiction with a few truisms slipped in.
Also Enjoyable and better than expected.
See it if you are a fan of The Beatles especially Lennon & McCartney. They shared a common life incident that brought them close together.
Don't see it if you are not a fan of the Beatles and you do not like songs from the 1960's.
See it if You have a mother. Everyone should see this play
Don't see it if No reason not to see this. I think the Beatles are the most overrated band of all time and I loved this show
See it if you were alive during the Beatles era or if you know their music.Performances are delightful.Set is terrific.Very well written.
Don't see it if you are expecting a musical.There is only a little performing of songs.If you don't know their music(and how can you not know it?)don't go
See it if You want a lovely, well-acted show that is consistently sweet and filled with great singing.
Don't see it if You're looking for a show that goes very deeply into the lives of these people.
See it if Just see it. Mostly everything is good about the show, 4 actors, set, music, accents,shoes and hair
Don't see it if Dislike word of fiction.Need a seal of official approval on every page of the script and think that actors should be more look alike Beatles
See it if You loved The Beatles and would like to see an intimate play with music that is about an incident in the lives of McCartney and Lennon.
Don't see it if You are not interested in learning anything more about these two famous musicians.
See it if You are a Beatles fan and are interested in seeing “missing moments” or “behind the scenes” moments for celebrities
Don't see it if You don’t think you can see anyone else be the Beatles but the Beatles themselves. Don’t like plays that expand on a “What if” moment
See it if Grew up with, like the Beatles. Playwright's imagined conversation between John & Paul based on a Paul interview makes for enjoyable evening
Don't see it if Not interested in the Beatles. Want realistic accents. Looking for Beatles songs instead of songs, musicians that influenced them.
See it if You love the Beatles and would enjoy an imagined night with Paul and John sharing their youth and loss of their mothers
Don't see it if You only like completely factually based plays concerning real figures and don’t enjoy some speculation about their shared night in Florida
See it if You like the Beatles and seeing an imagined up close look at John and Paul Beatles.If you lived through that era it will take you back.
Don't see it if Don't like the Beatles or staged biopics. The ending was a bit schmaltzy and obvious, and too drawn out.
See it if you find it at regional theaters. Now closed in NYC
Don't see it if you expect a Beatles tribute band concert
See it if Definitely if you're a Beatles' fan (who isn't) but even if you're not. This is a sweet play, showing the human side of Paul and John.
Don't see it if You hate anything about the Beatles.