New Documentary About Beatles' Sgt. Pepper Screens on Friday at River Street Theatre
Can you answer the question: What was the original title of the Beatles' song "With A Little Help From My Friends"?* That and many more secrets about one of the most celebrated record albums of all times is answered in the unique documentary film Deconstructing the Beatles: Sgt. Pepper. The film will be presented this Friday, November 10 at Jaffrey's River Street Theatre (RST). The film is part of a new series of documentaries entitled Deconstructing the Beatles where each film dissects the origins of one of the Beatles' albums.
Scott Freiman, composer/producer and Beatles historian, shows audiences in the film how the Beatles made their 1967 masterpiece album, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart's Club Band, through long-lost recordings, vintage photographs, and interview footage of the band members and those close to them.
Deconstructing the Beatles: Sgt. Pepper plays Friday, November 10 at 2 pm and 7pm each day. Tickets are $8.00 (seniors, military, students & teachers $7). More program and schedule information, as well as ticket purchases, can be found at riverst.org or by calling the RST Box Office (603) 532-8888. The after-hours box office can be reached by calling OvationTix at (866) 811-4111.
The River Street Theatre is located in downtown Jaffrey, New Hampshire at 6 River Street. The River Street Theatre is sponsored by Grove Street Fiduciary, Coca-Cola, the Board of Trustees of the Park Theatre, Janet S. Grant, Betty Locke, Owen Houghton and the James F. & Fernande Kelly Charitable Trust.