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The Beatles Studio Years, 1967-1970, June 4, 2014

Mark S. Cartier, Performer

Wednesday, June 4, 2014, 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Community Room, Needham Free Public Library
1139 Highland Avenue, Needham, MA

Friends of the Library Annual Meeting

Free and open to the public
Refreshments

Sponsored by the Friends of the Needham Public Library

Friends of the Library brings its forty-first year to a close with an annual report and the election of officers and directors. The program about the Beatles begins immediately after the meeting.

Mark S. Cartier picks up the beat from last June's program about Beatlemania from 1962 to the 1966 release of "Revolver." After years of touring, the Beatles intended their music to be heard on recordings, rather than live. Albums became artistic productions. Cartier, who owns the entire Beatles catalog in every available format, plays selections, and elaborates on influences and rivalries along the way to the Fab Four's breakup in 1970.

Cartier is a professional actor with theater groups in New England, and in film and TV productions. During his upcoming eighteenth summer at The Theatre at Monmouth, he will appear in "As You Like It," "A Woman of No Importance," and "What the Butler Saw." Boston film festival aficionados may watch for Mark as Dr. Hank Gargiulo in "Mary Loss of Soul," and as Cesare in "Riff Raf."

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