JERSEY BOYS, The Story of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons

Dodger Theatricals Joseph J. Grano Tamara and Kevin Kinsella Pelican Group
In association with Latitude Link Rick Steiner/Osher/Staton/Bell/Mayerson Group
Present

JERSEY BOYS
The Story of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons


Directed by DES McANUFF
Choreography: SERGIO TRUJILLO
Music Director, Vocal Arrangements & Incidental Music: RON MELROSE

Book by MARSHALL BRICKMAN & RICK ELICE
Music by BOB GUADIO
Lyrics by BOB CREWE

With
CHRISTIAN HOFF DANIEL REICHARD J.ROBERT SPENCER JOHN LLOYD YOUNG
Travis Cloer Kris Coleman Colin Donnell Ken Dow Graham Fenton
Heather Ferguson Donnie Kehr John Leone Michael Longoria Jennifer Naimo
Dominic Nolfi Joe Payne Erica Piccininni Sara Schmidt Mark Lotito

Scenic Design: KLARA ZIEGLEROVA
Costume Design: JESS GOLDSTEIN
Lighting Design: HOWELL BINKLEY
Sound Design: STEVE CANYON KENNEDY

August Wilson Theatre
245 West 52nd Street (between Broadway and Eighth Avenue)
212-239-6200 or www.theatremania.com

JERSEY BOYS, The Story of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons will bring back memories you didn’t even know you had. Four guys on a street corner in Jersey began a legacy that ended up in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and lives on today. Their story, gritty and gutsy and at times downright hysterical, is told through anecdotes and the many, many songs they gave to the world. It takes about three minutes to totally forget that you aren’t actually watching The Four Seasons. And as you get to know the four characters superbly portrayed by Christian Hoff, Daniel Reichard, J. Robert Spencer and John Lloyd Young, you will cheer them on in their efforts to overcome their life circumstances and become “somebodies.”

And if you can resist singing along to “Sherry,” “Walk Like A Man,” “Rag Doll,” and all the other Four Seasons’ number-one hits, you probably shouldn’t waste your time on musicals. JERSEY BOYS will enthrall even the most jaded theatre goer. And once is not enough – you’ll want to see this one over and over. Go for the music. Go for the costumes. Go for the memories. Go for one of the most enjoyable theatrical experiences ever!

- Laurie Lawson -

 

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