The Broadway premiere of a new musical about late BEATLE John Lennon has
been postponed for two weeks for producers to make emergency changes.
Lennon's widow, Yoko Ono has publicly supported the show, LENNON, and its
producer ALLAN McKEOWN who has been criticised by Lennon's former lover MAY
PANG for "airbrushing" her out of his story.
But McKeown refuses to explain the "fundamental changes" he's making to
the play, which will now premiere on 14 August (05).
He says, "We have delayed the opening for two weeks to allow our creative
team to make adjustments.
"We need to make some changes."