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Jersey Boys Baltimore | Hippodrome Theatre

Jersey Boys Baltimore | Hippodrome Theatre

Jersey Boys returns to the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center’s Hippodrome Theatre! This critically-acclaimed and sensational musical has a one-week run at the Hippodrome Theatre on September 27 to October 2, 2016.

Jersey Boys tells the story of four kids from blue collar backgrounds who made it big in the music industry and became one of biggest successes in the history of pop music. This is the story of Frankie Valli, Nick Massi, Bob Gaudio, and Tommy DeVito, also known as The Four Seasons – their way to the top, the challenges they faced along the way, and the group’s eventual breakup. Jersey Boys’ brilliant score include some of their most loved hit songs like “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You,” “Rag Doll,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Oh What A Night,” and “Sherry.”

The performance running time is 2 hours and 30 minutes with 1 intermission.

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Cast


Jersey Boys Baltimore Cast
Cast
Tommy DeVito – Matthew Dailey
Nick Massi – Keith Hines
Frankie Valli – Hayden Milanes
Bob Gaudio – Drew Seeley
Bob Crewe – Barry Anderson
Gyp DeCarlo and others – Thomas Fiscella
Hank Majewski and others – Tommaso Antico
Lorraine – Jaycie Dotin
Mary – Marlana Dunn
Barry Belson – De’lon Grant
Swing, Fight Captain, Assistant Dance Captain – Wes Hart
Swing, Dance Captain – Bryan Hindle
Frankie Valli alternate – Miguel Jarquin-Moreland
Swing – Austin Owen
Norm Waxman and others – John Rochette
Francine and others – Leslie Rochette
Swing – Jenna Nicole Schoen
Joey and others – Jonny Wexler
Billy Dixon and others – Keith White
Conductor – Ban Hartman
Production Stage Manager – Mark Tynan
Stage Manager – Jay Carey
Assistant Stage Manager – Lauren Pennington

Creative
Conductor – Ben Hartman
PSM – Molly Meg Legal
Stage Manager – Timothy R. Semon
Assistant Stage Manager – Nicole Olson

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“Yes, it could certainly use trimming, either of songs or incident, but the surprisingly rich back (and backstage) story of high-pitched Frankie Valli and his buddies who made it big in the mid-1960s does keep things interesting.” – Tim Smith of The Baltimore Sun

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Address: 12 North Eutaw Street, Baltimore, MD
Hippodrome Theatre Capacity: 2300

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