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$55 - $75

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Yesterday and Today: The Interactive Beatles Experience is the nation’s most innovative and unique show utilizing the works of the Beatles. This amazing band, anchored by brothers Billy, Matthew and Ryan McGuigan ("mick-gwiggen") perform as themselves and leave the song choices completely in the hands of the audience. The set list is created just before the show, using song requests collected from audience members in the lobby. As an added treat, the reasons people give for chosing those songs make up the narrative of the evening. Every show is different, every show is interactive, and every show proves that The Beatles music truly is the soundtrack to our lives.

Join us for this one-of-a-kind event and support the Dominican University scholarship fund! 


THE MCGUIGAN BROTHERS TRIBUTE TO THEIR DAD

Billy, Ryan and Matthew McGuigan's late father instilled in them a love of The Beatles, and, in tribute to him, they created "Yesterday & Today" - a concert experience that has become a touring sensation. Uniting their musical talents, charm and passion for performing, they tour the world with this special interactive show, born out of the idea that everyone, like themselves, has a story or particular memory attached to the legendary music of The Beatles.

Every night the songs change, the faces change and the stories change. And what the McGuigan boys have overwhelmingly found, since debuting the show in 2007, is that not only do people have a story to tell, but they are absolutely ready and willing to tell that story when it ties to their favorite Beatles song. 


QUOTES ABOUT YESTERDAY AND TODAY

“Smart enough not to tamper with the original class act, Billy and fellow musicians don’t mess around with English accents…and they don’t wear The Beatles’ wigs or cut their hair like The Beatles. However, they do deliver The Beatles’ music in a BIG way.” – Joanne Greco Rochman, Republican American

“Foot-stomping, clapping in union, singing along and outright screaming from the audience, especially during the all-out panic that erupted when a little ditty named “Revolution” was played!” –David Williams, Omaha City Weekly

“On a musical roll last summer, the Omaha Playhouse boasted the hottest ticket in town. Yesterday and Today, starred Billy McGuigan who wowed audiences with his innovative singing style.” –Steve Eskew, The Reader Year in Review “So much more than a Beatles Tribute. It is not just music… it is so much more than that.” – Largo Patch