Jersey Boys - Broadway
Price range: $90 - $390
✪ Special Discount Available
BROADWAY - MUSICAL
Come on and admit it: you have, at least a few times in your life, spent time practicing your Grammy/Oscars/Tony acceptance speech in front of the mirror. You thank your parents, your sister, your agent, your significant other, and even your 7th grade drama teacher. Don't worry – you're not alone. The American Dream is a vision implanted in American boys and girls from the time we are very young. It trains us to fantasize about stardom, success, and fame. It keeps us up late at night dreaming about the packed theaters we will fill with fans. Jersey Boys Broadway show is the real life story of four men who made their American Dream a reality.
The Four Seasons - Frankie Valli, Bob Gaudio, Tommy DeVito, and Nick Massi - were just a bunch of punk kids from New Jersey before they hit it big in the 1960’s and became one of the most popular recording groups of all time. At the height of their fame, The Four Seasons sold 175 million records. This is their story of love, friendship, survival and success – all set to an amazing soundtrack. The Jersey Boys New York show features songs like “Big Girls Don't Cry”, “Can't Take My Eyes Off of You”, “Oh What a Night”, and “Who Loves You”. Written by Rick Elice and the Academy Award winner Marshall Brickman, Jersey Boys is ultimately an ode to four men who used their immense talent and strength of character to make their dreams a reality.
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May be inappropriate for 12 and under. Contains strong language. Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
Notes from James:
Jersey Boys On Broadway
Can you believe that in a little over six months Jersey Boys will celebrate it's tenth year on the Great White Way? It seems like only yesterday that I saw the show for the first time. Which I loved by the way. I mean what's not to love? Great music. An aspiring story. Plus Joe Pesci is a character in the show too. Does it get any better than that? Now prior to seeing the show I knew nothing abut it except I knew I loved the songs.