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PostHeaderIcon London's Jersey Boys to Celebrate Second Birthday

As the West End production of Jersey Boys prepares to celebrate its second London birthday March 18,

Jersey Boys, the award-winning musical which opened in London’s West End at the Prince Edward Theatre two years ago, will celebrate its second London birthday on March 18, 2010. the cast for the third year of its run will welcome Jon Boydon and Eugene McCoy as Tommy DeVito and Nick Massi, respectively, beginning March 16.

Jersey Boys has won twenty-one major international awards since first opening on Broadway in 2006. This rich haul includes ‘Best Musical Award’ at the Laurence Olivier Awards, the Awards, the Visit London People’s Choice Awards and the highly sought-after Tony Award.

Ryan Molloy continues as Frankie Valli and Stephen Ashfield continues as Bob Gaudio, with Scott Monello as the alternate Frankie Valli. They are joined by Simon Adkins as Bob Crewe, Jade Westaby as Mary Delgado, Mark Carroll as Donnie/Knuckles, Jye Frasca as Joe Pesci, Charlie Bull as Lorraine, Michelle Francis as Francine, Tee Jaye as Barry, Stuart Milligan as Gyp Decarlo, Joseph Prouse as Norm Waxman and James Winter as Hank. Also in the cast are Michael Conway, Ben Evans, Lucinda Gill, Mark Isherwood, Paul Iveson, Zara Warren and Ben Wheeler.

Performances of Jersey Boys at the Prince Edward Theatre are Tuesdays – Saturdays at 7.30pm, with Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday matinees at 3.00pm. Buy Jersey Boys Prince Edward Theatre Tickets Online.

PostHeaderIcon Jersey Boys Toronto Company to Celebrate 500th Performance 2/27

Jersey Boys Toronto company will celebrate its 500th performance this Saturday, February 27 at the matinee. The Toronto company of Jersey Boys is playing at the Toronto Center for the Arts (5040 Yonge Street), where it opened December 14, 2008 following the Jersey Boys touring engagement, and is currently on sale through June 30, 2010.

The Toronto production of Jersey Boys is the winner of two 2009 Dora Mavor Moore Awards: Outstanding Direction of a Musical for Des McAnuff and Outstanding Performance by a Male in a Musical for Jeff Madden, as well as the Audience Choice Award.

Jersey Boys currently stars Michael Lomenda as Nick Massi, Jeff Madden as Frankie Valli, Daniel Robert Sullivan as Tommy DeVito and Quinn VanAntwerp as Bob Gaudio. The company also comprises Gabriel Antonacci, Matthew G. Brown, Matt Cassidy, Jennifer Copping, Jade Elliott, ?lodie Gillett, Bryan Hindle, Victoria Lamond, Aaron MacKenzie, Adrian Marchuk, W. Joseph Matheson, Timothy Sell, Alison Smyth, Grant Tilly and Shawn Wright.

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PostHeaderIcon Kristofer McNeeley to Play Tommy DeVito

While Deven May is on vacation, Kristofer McNeeley will be playing “Tommy DeVito” in Jersey Boys Las Vegas from February 22-28, 2010!

PostHeaderIcon Last Week’s Jersey Boys Broadway Box Office Update

Jersey Boys Broadway grossed $946,813 and had a 88.5% attendance rate for the week ending February 14, 2010. The 23 shows grossed $15,774,093, climbing over 18% from the previous week’s totals.

Below are the Top 10 Grosses from for the week ending February 14, 2010.

Wicked $1,359,810
The Lion King $1,213,222
Billy Elliot: The Musical $1,109,442
West Side Story $1,012,095
Jersey Boys $986,753
A Little Night Music $917,526
Mary Poppins $837,224
A View from the Bridge $791,116
Mama Mia! $771,095
In the Heights $740,580

PostHeaderIcon 'Jersey Boys' unveils the climate behind the Seasons

Charles Runnels has a preview of the Jersey Boys national tour, which will be running at Mann Hall in Fort Myers beginning Wednesday February 17 through March 7.

Runnels talks to Jersey Boys writers Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice, in addition to cast members Joseph Leo Bwarie (Frankie Valli) and Steve Gouveia (Nick Massi) about the show, The Four Seasons, and more!

They seemed the least likely guys to bring The Four Seasons to Broadway.

Ad man Rick Elice knew practically nothing about the ’60s pop band.

“I knew Frankie Valli was the guy with the really high voice,” says Elice, 53. “And I knew the song ‘Can’t Take My Eyes Off You’ from the movie ‘The Deer Hunter.’

“I was certainly no expert.” Screenwriter Marshall Brickman knew even less.

“I called up Marshall,” Elice says, “and I said, ‘What do you think about a musical about the Four Seasons?’

“And he said, ‘I love Vivaldi!’” Elice pauses for comedic effect.

“That’s how perfectly suited we were for this,” he says.
And yet, somehow, it all worked. Elice and Brickman wrote a megahit.

“Jersey Boys” opened to critical raves in 2005 and quickly started packing the house at Broadway’s August Wilson Theatre. Then it won four 2006 Tony Awards, including Best Musical.

The musical comes to Mann Hall next week.

The show does particularly well in Florida, Elice says — partly because of the state’s many baby boomers, and partly because of its large population of former New Jersey residents.

“I think it’s the witness protection program,” Elice jokes, referring to the gangsters in “Jersey Boys.”

Yes, gangsters. That’s just one of the things that compelled Elice and Brickman to write the musical.

Elice had never dreamed of writing about the Four Seasons. And then, one day, a band representative contacted him and pitched the idea.

Soon Elice and Brickman met Valli and Seasons keyboardist Bob Gaudio for lunch, and the writers marveled at the band’s riveting history: brushes with police, jail time, gambling debts, the mob, betrayals, band fights and — of course — their rocket-ride to fame in the ’60s.

Elice and Brickman were sold. They wanted to tell a story that few people knew — despite the fact that the Four Seasons had tons of hits, including “Sherry,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Walk Like a Man” and “Rag Doll.”

“They’d never been written about,” Elice says. “They were blue-collar boys without the glamour.


PostHeaderIcon Lindsay Thomas Passes Away at 31‎

Sad News for the Jersey Boys Family – Lindsay Thomas Passes Away

Lindsay Thomas

Lindsay Thomas Passes Away

It is with sadness that we have to share the news to our readers that Lindsay Thomas, who played Francine in the original Jersey Boys Toronto cast, passed away yesterday of cancer at the age of 31.

Lindsay was a graduate of Sheridan College’s music theater performance program. In addition to Jersey Boys, her stage credits include the Broadway, national tour, and Canadian productions of the hit musical Hairspray, along with appearances in Anne of Green Gables, Somewhere in the World, Grease, Aladdin, The Boy Friend, City of Angels, and The Crucible. Lindsay also worked frequently at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival, where she played Ado Annie in Oklahoma! Her other Stratford credits included My One and Only, The Music Man, Fuente Ovejuna, Oliver! and Don Juan.

She is survived by her partner, actor Gareth Potter, her parents, Marilyn and Derek Thomas, and her brother, Gareth Thomas.

Our hearts and prayers go out to Lindsay’s family, friends, castmates & colleagues, and her fans.

PostHeaderIcon Jersey Boys Toronto to Give Special Valentine’s Day Performance

{Via} – Toronto’s very own Jersey Boys are coming out for a special Valentine’s Day event, in addition to announcing a new promotion for discounted seats to the huge popular show at The Toronto Centre for the Arts.

The Tony, Grammy, Olivier and Dora-Award winning hit musical JERSEY BOYS will perform on the Waterfall Stage at First Canadian Place on Thursday, February 4th at 12:15PM and 1:15PM in celebration of Valentine’s Day. The performances will be themed for the occasion, including the romantic hits My Eyes Adored You, Can’t Take My Eyes Off You and Who Loves You?

The Toronto production of Jersey Boys recently announced an extension through to May 23rd, 2010, including a special promotion for the month of January to benefit Raising the Roof, a charity that helps deal with youth homelessness. For February, there will be a special promotion running in celebration of Valentine’s Day. Tickets booked between now and February 14th using the promo code “LOVE” will save up to $45 off the regular ticket price.

The cast of JERSEY BOYS features Gabriel Antonacci, Matthew G. Brown, Matt Cassidy, Jennifer Copping, Jade Elliott, Élodie Gillett, Bryan Hindle, Victoria Lamond, Michael Lomenda, Aaron MacKenzie, Jeff Madden, Adrian Marchuk, W. Joseph Matheson, Timothy Sell, Alison Smyth, Daniel Robert Sullivan, Grant Tilly, Quinn VanAntwerp and Shawn Wright.

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