A delightful, comic coming of age play for teens. (Or a great trip down memory lane for adults.) It's 1964 and the Beatles are arriving in the U.S. for their debut on the Ed Sullivan Show. Andrea, Libby and Kirk eagerly await their arrival while their older siblings are having trouble making the transition for Elvis to the Beatles. This is the biggest event in young Andrea's life until she realizes that she likes a boy! Young love is hilariously and touchingly portrayed in this story of change and loss. Andrea likes Kirk and her best friend Libby tells him so. As preteens, relationships are uncharted territory. After Kirk's brother and friend tease, torment and lock Kirk in the closet on the night that Libby calls, the kids seem to work it out in their own way, even after some wayward advice from the older brother. In Act II, it's 1970 and the Beatles are disbanding. Libby, Andrea and Kirk, now at the ripe and experienced age of 17, face new challenges, including the death of Kirk's older brother and another friend in Vietnam. But somehow, the Beatles music works its magic on a group of kids trying to find their way.