A scene from RAIN
(© Joan Marcus)
A scene from RAIN
(© Joan Marcus)
RAIN - A Tribute to The Beatles On Broadway will move to the Brooks Atkinson Theatre after it ends its run at the Neil Simon Theatre on January 15. The production is scheduled to begin performances in its new home on February 8.

RAIN offers a full range of The Beatles' discography live onstage, including songs that the group recorded in the studio but never performed for an audience. The concert aims to recapture The Beatles in all of the phases, including their historic concert at Shea Stadium, their work in the late 60s, and their long-haired hippie, hard-rocking rooftop days. The multimedia production offers a fusion of historical footage and live camera-work.

The company features the creators of the production, who are also its original band: Joey Curatolo (vocals, bass, guitar, piano), Joe Bithorn (vocals, lead guitar, guitar synthesizer), Ralph Castelli (vocals, drums, percussion), Steve Landes (vocals, guitar, piano, harmonica), and Mark Lewis (keyboards, percussion).

In related news, it has been announced that Rock of Ages will end its run at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre on January 9 and re-open at the Helen Hayes Theatre in March.

For further information on RAIN, click here.