Robert is a writer. Or, well, he wants to be. He's only ever had one good idea... but before he could write it, someone else did. 

The concept: a sci-fi comedy about a parallel universe where The Beatles don't exist.

The thief: Richard Curtis (Love, Actually) and Danny Boyle (Trainspotting), with their 2019 film Yesterday.

What Robert doesn't know is that he is in for a universe-hopping adventure of his own...

With a supernatural second chance to write the script that was "stolen" from him, will he make something of his trust-fund do-nothing life? Will his boyfriend, Dev, be the same across the multiverse? Will saucy new flings arise as the universe twists and turns the relationships in Robert's life?

This fast-paced farce pokes fun at pipedreams, procrastinations, and the phoniness inside us all. 

General/All Ages
50 minutes
Theatre, Comedy
Savoy Denver
2700 Arapahoe St, Denver, CO 80205

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Izzy Chern as Jasmine Well

Wesley Mysinger as Dev Dubey

Alek Seballes as Robert

Written by Kevin Douglas

Directed by Gracie Jacobson

Stage managed by Meagan Traver

Full program available HERE

There is a lot to love and admire in this show. The on point performances, the witty dialogue, and even the clever, inventive and entertaining scene transitions. It all worked together to entertain the audience who enjoyed it thoroughly.
A playful, touching, and captivating story performed with feeling and passion. Yesterday Today has a wonderfully original plotline that has just enough twists and turns to keep you on your toes, and at the same time manages to keep you laughing all the while. Please do yourself a favor and go watch this incredible performance!
It had plenty of funny moments - but gently presented a hard truth in life - that it’s more than just having a dream, you have to go work hard to make it a reality. I was touched, the characters were all relatable, a fantastic job portraying the struggle we all go through.
Got an early showing, and it’s just so great! The cast was fantastic and engaging, the writing is witty and quick, and the takeaways from the story had me falling more in love it even when I was driving home. Definitely check it out if you’re able!
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Savoy Denver

2700 Arapahoe St, Denver, CO 80205

Entrance: The main entrance is on 27th Ave. 

Parking: Street parking is available on neighboring streets

Accessibility: Ramps, elevator and ADA bathrooms  

Admission: You must show your ticket confirmation or purchase a ticket at the venue; all seating is general admission, audiences will wait in a queue before entry to the show