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Relive the Music, the Magic, and the Mania of The Beatles with BEATLEMANIA AGAIN

 

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Blackwood, N.J. – Experience the 1960’s British Invasion, a craze that took over the nation, at BEATLEMANIA AGAIN. This live stage show takes audiences on a musical journey through Entertainment3three eras of The Beatles’ remarkable career. BEATLEMANIA AGAIN, presented by Mainstage Center for the Arts and sponsored by the Lamp Post Diner and Meadows Diner, is taking place on Saturday, February 16, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. at the Dennis Flyer Theater in Blackwood, N.J.



The show opens with “Meet The Beatles” as the group arrives in America for their 1964 debut on the Ed Sullivan Show.

Next, the performance transforms into “Sgt. Pepper.” The Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album, released in 1967, is widely regarded as one of the most influential recordings of all time. It spent 27 weeks at the top of the albums chart in the UK.

Then, the closing act, “Get Back,” features hits from The Beatles’ final albums, Abbey Road and Let It Be. Performing hits from 1968 to 1970, BEATLEMANIA AGAIN brings to the stage the charisma and emotion that was hidden behind the walls of Apple and Abbey Road studios.
The production captures the energy and excitement of The Beatles’ live performances with the original sounds of the albums. BEATLEMANIA AGAIN performs its songs with no sequencing, backing tracks, or offstage musicians.

“We are very excited to be returning to the Dennis Flyer Theatre at Camden County College for the fourth year in a row. We had a great crowd out last year, singing along to every song. We enjoyed meeting the audience after the show and seeing familiar faces,” said Rich Morello, Ringo Starr of BEATLEMANIA AGAIN. “Mainstage does an amazing job keeping the arts alive in South Jersey, and we are proud to be a part of it.”

The remaining fab four are Alan Leboeuf as Paul Mccartney, Marty Mcgowan as John Lennon,  and Rich Fama as George Harrison.

Audience member Jean Cordasco said, “Beatlemania Again is such a fun show and a great sing-along to all the group's wonderful hits! . A very enjoyable time!”

Tickets to BEATLEMANIA AGAIN are $20 for seniors/children, $25 for adults, and $30 for premium seats. For tickets to BEATLEMANIA AGAIN on February 16, 2019 at 7:00 p.m., visit www.mainstage.org or call (855) 936-2467, ext. 3. Group rates are available. Please call for more information.

Photo caption: BEATLEMANIA AGAIN performs "Meet The Beatles," the first act of the show where The Beatles took the world by storm. BEATLEMANIA AGAIN plays on Saturday, February 16, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. and is presented by Mainstage Center for the Arts (MCA) at the Dennis Flyer Theater, Camden County College, Blackwood, N.J. Credit: Beatlemania Again web site.
 
Photos courtesy of Beatlemania Again.


About Mainstage
Mainstage Center for the Arts, headquartered at Academy Hall, Blackwood, Gloucester Township, with performances located at Camden County College, Blackwood, N.J. is committed to making the arts experience enjoyable for all its patrons. In an effort to make the shows, concerts, events, workshops, classes, and offices accessible to as many as possible, Mainstage offers many services for patrons requiring assistance. For anyone in need of assistance, please notify the office at (856) 302-6485 at the time of purchasing tickets, or at least five days prior to the event you are attending.

Mainstage Center for the Arts, the parent program for Summer Stage, is a 501 © (3) non-profit organization committed to providing a creative, vibrant, and nurturing environment for youth and adults. This program is made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts and by funds from the National Endowment for the Arts.



About BEATLEMANIA AGAIN

"BEATLEMANIA AGAIN" is a National Touring Beatles Stage Show that chronologically traces The Beatles’ career from their debut on the "Ed Sullivan Show" to their final live performance in 1969. For more information, email BeatlemaniaAgain1@comcast.net 

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