Broadway Center presents
Yesterday & Today: The Interactive Beatles Experience
Friday, May 16, 2014 at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets: $19, $29, $39, $56
Simply put, The Beatles’ music is the soundtrack to our lives. “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. Yesterday & Today takes the incredible music of The Beatles and personalizes it with the stories and perspectives of audience members. Each concert features a set list selected by audience members prior to the show and again at intermission. Your stories will be told throughout the evening, capturing the importance of The Beatles music and how it touches each of us individually. This is a unique Beatles tribute show, where the cast does not dress as The Beatles, nor do they attempt to execute “Liverpudlian” accent. The focus is to present the music in a personal, giving, exciting, and well-executed manner and in a performance you’ll never forget!
We invite you to explore and discover new events in the 2013-14 season. Ticket packages can be reserved through the Broadway Center Box Office. There are big shows coming to the stages this year and tickets will sell quickly. Tickets go on sale to the general public on July 16, so be sure to order early.
The more shows you buy, the more you’ll save!
- Purchase 3 events and save 10%
- Purchase 5 events and save 15% PLUS receive one free parking pass per show
- Purchase 7 events and save 20% PLUS receive one free parking pass per show
To order your tickets, call the Broadway Center Box Office at 253.591.5894. Or download and complete the order form and mail to: 901 Broadway, Suite 700 – Tacoma, WA, USA, 98402 or fax to: 253.591.2013.
“Foot-stomping, clapping in unison, singing along and outright screaming from the audience, especially during the all-out panic that erupted when a little ditty named “Revolution” was played!”