One of the most fascinating “Cinderella stories” in music is returning to Boston for a three-week run at the Citi Colonial Theatre in early 2013. This is the Tony and Grammy winning musical ‘Jersey Boys’, playing at Boston from January 30th to March 9th.
‘Jersey Boys’ follows the rise and fall of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, how their musical ingenuity, creativity and hard work helped them strike to fame and how they succumbed to internal conflicts, creative differences, and other troubles leading to their demise. Although their star shone its brightest for only a decade or so, they left a musical legacy that not only produced some of the finest pop hits to hit the airwaves such as ‘Can’t Take My Eyes Off You’ and ‘Walk Like a Man’, but also endured and transcended generations of pop music fanatics, making these Rock n’ Roll Hall of Famers one of the most beloved and greatest pop icons of all time.
Show times for ‘Jersey Boys’ in Boston are at 7:30 PM from Tuesdays to Thursdays, 8 PM on Fridays and Saturdays, and 6:30 PM on Sundays. Matinee performances are at 2 PM on Saturdays and 1 PM on Sundays with a special matinee on January 31, Thursday at 1 PM. The performance running time is 2 hours and 30 minutes with 1 intermission.
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Jersey Boys Boston Cast
Bob Gaudio – Miles Jacoby
Frankie Valli – Nick Cosgrove
Tommy DeVito – John Gardiner
Nick Massi – Michael Lomenda
Bob Crewe – Jonathan Hadley
Gyp DeCarlo – Donnie Kehr
Hank Majewski – Tommaso Antico
Universal Swing – Candi Boyd
Swing – Christopher DeAngelis
Lorraine – Lauren DeCierdo
Joey – Frank Galasso
Frankie Valli – Miguel Jarquin-Moreland
Barry Belson – Justin Lonesome
Production Stage Manager – Larry Baker
Stage Manager – Jack McLeod
Assistant Stage Manager – Jay Carey
Music Direction – Ben Hartman
“The songs, the jokes, the hardscrabble kids, the peaks and pitfalls of stardom – they’re all strands of an American story that is certainly well known but isn’t often done well, especially in that perilously pocked and mockable world of the jukebox musical.” – Joan Anderman of The Boston Globe
“With its tale of internecine loyalty and resentment among a hardscrabble quartet from the industrial badlands near Newark and its irresistibly tight white-boy harmonies, the 2006 Tony-winning musical chronicling the rise, fall, and resurrection of prolific pop group the Four Seasons is a well-put-together and well-executed if schematic affair that is head, shoulders, and string ties above most jukebox musicals.” – Carolyn Clay of The Phoenix
Address: 106 Boylston Street Boston, MA 02116
Citi Colonial Theatre Capacity: 1658