Jersey Boys West Palm Beach Tickets
Jersey Boys is a documentary-style jukebox musical based on one of the most prominent rock and roll groups of the sixties, The Four Seasons. It features music by Bob Gaudio, book by Rick Elice and Marshall Brickman, and lyrics by Bob Crewe. The musical has been called a ‘blockbuster phenomenon’ that has won the Tony Award in the category of Best Musical on Broadway, in Australia and London. The story takes its audience into the journey of the four blue-collar boys as they succeed to taking high places on charts, and as they gain fame travelling all across the country. Alongside the audience also get to look behind the musical creations of The Four Seasons and Frankie Valli.
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The show promises some truly thrilling performances of the band best songs that brought them into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. These include My Eyes Adored You, Can’t Take These Eyes Off You, Big Girls Don’t Cry and Sherry, among many more. The show has now become an international sensation that was a total Broadway triumph and came out as the number one musical in Las Vegas. It has continued to break records throughout the major cities in America, surprising and winning audience with the raw power of its tunes just as the New York Times rightly put it ‘the crowd goes wild’. Jersey Boys tickets are a sought-after treat among rock music fans that really anticipate watching the sixties band and its success story comes to life on stage.
Jersey Boys debuted in San Diego at University of California’s La Jolla Playhouse, in an out-of-station tryout in October 2004. This initial performance was staged till the start of 2005, a few months after which it was opened officially on Broadway at the well-known August Wilson Theatre. It has since toured across North America, while it was also being produced in Las Vegas, London’s West End, Toronto, Chicago, Sydney, Melbourne, Philadelphia Brisbane, Auckland and Singapore. Its Singapore production that comprises entirely of a South African cast is soon to open in South Africa in Johannesburg at the famous Teatro at Montecasino. In 2011, the show took its second tour of North America. The performance presents a dramatized version of the group’s formation, rise in popularity and its eventual disbanding, while it is shown from different perspective of its four members.
Various productions of Jersey Boys have won several awards starting with its original Broadway performance that won two Drama Desk Awards in 2005, in the categories of Outstanding Actor in Musical and Outstanding Sound Design from among six other nominations. The same year it won a Grammy Award for Best Musical Show Album and four Tony Awards including the categories of Best Musical, Best Performance by Leading Actor in Musical, Best Lighting Design and Best Performance by Featured Actor in Musical. In 2008, the original London production was nominated for five categories of Laurence Olivier Award including Best Sound Design, Best Director, Best Theatre Choreographer, Best Actor in Musical and Best New Musical, from among which it won the latter most.
In 2009, the Jersey Boys’ Toronto production was nominated for seven categories of Dora Award comprising of Outstanding Production of Musical, Outstanding Choreography, Outstanding Direction of Musical and Outstanding Performance by Male in the Principal Role, where the latter was for four actors Jeff Madden, Quinn VanAntwerp, Michael Lomenda and Jeremy Kuchnier. The show won the two latter categories. In 2010, the original Melbourne production received as many as ten Helpmann Award nominations in the categories of Best Musical, Best Music Direction, Best Actor in Musical, Best Actor in Supporting Role in Musical, Best Female Actor in Supporting Role in Musical, Best Direction in a Musical, Best Choreography, Best Scenic Design, Best Sound Design and Best Lighting Design. The performance won the former two categories.
This show is a must-watch at least once, so hurry and grab some cheap Jersey Boys tickets before they are all hogged by rock-and-roll-inclined, theatergoers.