Jersey Boys Greenville | Peace Center

Jersey Boys Greenville | Peace Center

Jersey Boys, the stage musical about The Four Seasons band from the 1960s, is set to conquer the stage at The Peace Center in Greenville on July 16 to 28, 2013.

In this award-winning and much-admired musical, The Four Season’s history is portrayed in four parts. Each part is narrated by a band member, reflecting that member’s viewpoint on the history of the band. Witness The Four Seasons’ humble beginnings and the band’s rise to fame. Their story is presented on stage through incredible musical score, which includes the band’s most loved hits like Walk Like A Man, Big Girls Don’t Cry, Rag Doll, Oh What A Night, and Sherry.

Catch the electrifying Jersey Boys performances at The Peace Center at 7:30 PM every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday and at 8 PM every Friday and Saturday. There are also matinee presentations at 2 PM every Saturday and at 1 PM every Sunday. The performance running time is 2 hours and 30 minutes with 1 intermission.

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Jersey Boys Greenville 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

Creative
Production Stage Manager – Larry Baker
Stage Manager – Jack McLeod
Assistant Stage Manager – Jay Carey
Music Direction – Ben Hartman

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“And the music! I realize these are the sounds of my generation…i.e., the baby boomer generation, but when I looked around the theater everyone from senior citizens to millennials were swaying, clapping and singing along.” – Lee Ann Carter of Fete Magazine

Address: 300 South Main Street, Greenville, SC 29601
Peace Center for the Performing Arts: 2100

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