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How can you not love the music of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons? Jersey Boys, which won the 2006 Tony for Best Musical, is their story. Featuring over 30 songs that the group made famous as they went from being four guys in Jersey to international stars, this is one upbeat story. Directed by Des McAnuff, who brought you Tommy and Big River, Jersey Boys is a must see play.

  • Show Information

    Preview: Nov 22, 2017 Closing May 22, 2022


    Frankie Valli Aaron De Jesus Tommy DeVito Sam Wolf Bob Gaudio Cory Jeacoma Nick Massi Mark Edwards


    Music Bob Gaudio Book  Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice Lyrics Bob Crewe Director Des McAnuff Choreographer Sergio Trujillo Set Designer Klara Zieglerova Costume Designer Jess Goldstein Lighting Designer Howell Binkley
    Sound Designer Steven Canyon Kennedy

    Often a musical like this rides the energy of hit songs and becomes merely a tribute concert. But that’s not the case with Jersey Boys, which tells the story of Fankie Valli and the Four Seasons as they struggle to make it, fight through personal problems and find themselves battling one another.
    The four boys contend with family tragedies, Mafia pressures, addictions, egos and more. But there’s a special code of honor that takes them through desperate times and connects them to one another. They survive by remembering their boyhood allegiances and calling upon the loyalty they learned growing up as kids in a close knit Jersey neighborhood.
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  • Playing at:
    New World Stages - Stage One 340 West 50th Street New York, NY 10019
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  • Jersey Boys is an upbeat musical that finds joy in friendship, honors creativity and brings back a simpler time when four guys with a pure sound conquered the world of popular music. In the end, they can rejoice in the fact that they are still four guys from Jersey who can go home.