Beatles 'Let It Be' Musical Heading to Broadway 1 week ago
The Fab Four are headed to Broadway this summer.
The jukebox Beatles musical "Let It Be" will hit the Great White Way for a...
By Brent Lang
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Taymor had been seeking $1 million in damages after being fired from the production
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"I got nothing bad to say"
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