When Beyoncé took the stage back in August for four electrifying nights at the famed Roseland Ballroom, only 3,500 lucky fans per night, who bought those tickets in a record 22 seconds, were able to catch the intimate shows in the historic New York venue where she managed to turn a club into a coliseum. Praised as "robust," "finely-tuned," and "compelling" by The New York Times, "4 Intimate Nights With Beyoncé" at Roseland Ballroom was a tour de force for the entertainer. It was the only time she would perform her new album, 4, almost completely and to a very limited audience. The 26-song DVD, Live at Roseland, is Beyoncé's most personal to date. In addition to performing the new album, she takes fans on a journey through her career from the beginnings of Destiny's Child at nine years of age, incorporating never before seen footage from her personal archives. Through Live at Roseland, fans who longed to be at those sold out NY shows can get up close and personal with Beyoncé and ...