The original movie of Across the universe did not really have many  Beatles references, aside from the song characters, and using the songs. In this design, I would like to incorporate the actual album art somehow, into the set design. I'm not really sure how I'm going to do that, but I would love to re create Sgt.Pepper on stage.

The original movie of Across the universe did not really have many Beatles references, aside from the song characters, and using the songs. In this design, I would like to incorporate the actual album art somehow, into the set design. I'm not really sure how I'm going to do that, but I would love to re create Sgt.Pepper on stage.

John Lennon Imagine Album | John Lennon’s Entire IMAGINE Album Coming to ROCK BAND 3

John Lennon Imagine Album | John Lennon’s Entire IMAGINE Album Coming to ROCK BAND 3

Chris Cornell Interview on Howard Stern 2011 Full<---listen to the video and he sings Imagine by John Lennon at 26:19 and a Led Zepplin song at 34:42

Chris Cornell Interview on Howard Stern 2011 Full<---listen to the video and he sings Imagine by John Lennon at 26:19 and a Led Zepplin song at 34:42

John Lennon - Gimme Some Truth, The Making Of John Lennon's Imagine Album

John Lennon - Gimme Some Truth, The Making Of John Lennon's Imagine Album

Autograph manuscript of John Lennon’s lyrics for “A Day in the Life”, the final track on The Beatles’ 1967 album “Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”

Autograph manuscript of John Lennon’s lyrics for “A Day in the Life”, the final track on The Beatles’ 1967 album “Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”

This is  a segment from the film "Gimme Some Truth", which was a documentary about the making of John Lennon's Imagine album in 1971. This segment starts out with the recording of the song "Oh My Love'.  The part that I want to highlight and call your attention to starts at 4:45 -- the scene changes to the kitchen, where John and Yoko and George have the following discussion: George: Do you ever see much of the Beatles these days? /  John: The Beatles? Um … no, I did see Beatle Ed though…

This is a segment from the film "Gimme Some Truth", which was a documentary about the making of John Lennon's Imagine album in 1971. This segment starts out with the recording of the song "Oh My Love'. The part that I want to highlight and call your attention to starts at 4:45 -- the scene changes to the kitchen, where John and Yoko and George have the following discussion: George: Do you ever see much of the Beatles these days? / John: The Beatles? Um … no, I did see Beatle Ed though…

John Lennon "Gimme Some Truth" - Part 3/7 (HQ)

John Lennon "Gimme Some Truth" - Part 3/7 (HQ)

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