With the 50th Anniversary of Beatlemania only a few months away, an award-winning musical retelling of the Beatles story through the eyes of manager Brian Epstein comes to the Montgomery Theater in San Jose on November 3 at 7 pm. Featuring the live music of renowned tribute Abbey Road, the show is widely considered by industry insiders to be the most unique Beatles show in decades.
Due to brisk ticket sales, a second show has been added on Sunday, November 3 at 2:30 pm and discounted tickets for the matinee will be available from August 30 – September 6. Ticket prices range from $40 - $60, but you will be able to take $10 off all tickets during this time for the matinee performance only. Use promo code "BEATLES" when purchasing tickets between these dates. Tickets may be purchased by phoning (408)[masked], visiting www.sanjosetheaters.org or dropping by the Box Office located at 135 W. San Carlos in San Jose. The Box Office is open Monday - Friday from 9 am - 5 pm. The Montgomery Theater is located at 271 S Market St in San Jose 95113. The show is appropriate for all ages.
“In My Life – A Musical Theatre Tribute to the Beatles” gives the audience the chance to “be there” at pivotal moments in the extraordinary career of The Beatles: Liverpool’s legendary Cavern Club, their first American press conference, The Ed Sullivan Show, Shea Stadium, Abbey Road Studios and the final live performance on the rooftop of their Apple Corp offices. With manager Brian Epstein serving as narrator, In My Life allows the audience to get a glimpse inside the world of The Beatles from their point of view, as well as hear some of the greatest songs ever written. More than a Beatles tribute concert, historical settings such as the Cavern Club are established on stage with videos and images, which play behind the actors and musicians on a video screen.
The show has been touring for years and at one point the Orange County Register proclaimed “if you see one tribute show, see this one – smart and loads of fun.” The San Diego Theatre Review called the musical “the best Beatles act in the world,” and the Idaho Statesman said the show was “the ticket for you!"