When I was a teenager, I liked to turn up the Beatles music really loud to get the full sensation off the music. For that, I was dealt with by my parents' yelling and if my parents were not home, my neighbors would gladly do it for them.
Well, watching 'Love' is doing that again but with a license. They blasted the music a hundred times louder than my lowly hi-fi equipments at home can handle. It was great!
Sadly, it's just that - a loud Beatles' music party. Everything else is forgettable. I could have used the money to upgrade my hi-fi system at home and turn up the music myself.
I've seen many musicals & theatricals and I enjoyed most of them. In most stage acts, there are usually stories to tell. This one has none, other than marginally playing off the lyrics of some of the songs. In most theatricals, there are display of talents to be enjoyed and admired. This one has none. Just a lot of people dressed in colorful Yellow-Submarine & Sergeant-Lonely-Heart-Club-Band style costumes randomly bouncing off the stage with no discernable talents. I really think that if a few of them called in sick that day, nobody would know they were missing. And if anyone of them messed up on any of the acts, nobody could tell the difference.
At the end of the show, I felt immensely disappointed and worst of all, cheated. I think someone knew that there are a lot of Beatles fans out there and decided to make easy money off that sentiments with the least investments in talents and creativity.