Date(s) - Mar 17, 2015 - Mar 22, 2015
Various Times
Location - Community Center Theater

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RAIN: A TRIBUTE TO THE BEATLES is a live multi-media spectacular that takes you on a musical journey through the life and times of the world’s most celebrated band. Going further than before, this expanded RAIN adds even more hits that you know and love from the vast anthology of Beatles classics such as “I Want To Hold Your Hand,” “Hard Day’s Night,” “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band,” “Let It Be,” “Come Together” and “Hey Jude.”

This stunning concert event takes you back in time with the legendary foursome delivering a note-for-note theatrical event that is the next best thing to the Beatles. Don’t miss the Broadway smash that’s taking the world by storm … RAIN: A TRIBUTE TO THE BEATLES.


Founder/Manager – Mark Lewis
Production Manager – TJ Rodriguez
Stage Manager – Christian Behm

Mark Beyer (Keyboard/Percussion)
Joe Bithorn (Vocals/Lead Guitar/Guitar Synth/Sitar)
Ralph Castelli (Drums/Percussion/Vocals)
Aaron Chiazza (Drums/Percussion/Vocals)
Douglas Cox (Drums/Percussion/Vocals)
Joey Curatolo (Vocals/Bass/Piano/Guitar)
Paul Curatolo (Vocals/Bass/Piano/Guitar)
Ian B. Garcia (Vocals/Bass/Piano/Guitar)
Jim Irizarry (Vocals/Rhythm Guitar/Harmonica/Piano)
Steve Landes (Vocals/Rhythm Guitar/Harmonica/Piano)
Mark Lewis (Keyboard)
Chris Smallwood (Keyboard/Percussion)
Tom Teeley (Vocals/Lead Guitar/Guitar Synth/Sitar)

Run Time: 2 hours and 20 minutes with an intermission

Content Guide: Recommended for ages 4 and over. RAIN performs songs from The Beatles live on stage, transporting audiences back to the 60s with an authentic sound, look and feel. Although the show follows The Beatles career chronologically, there is no plot, so younger children should be able to easily enjoy the show even if they are not familiar with the band or the songs. It is unlikely that audience members will be offended by the show’s content or language.

  • Sign Interpreted Performances
  • Disabled and Wheelchair Seating
  • Audio Described Performances
  • Open Captioned Performances
  • Assisted Listening Devices