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More about Jersey Boys
Since its premier in 2004, the musical hit Jersey Boy's has let nothing stand in its way. Just one short year later, in November of 2005, it made the coveted jump to becoming a Broadway sensation. Then, as if in a dream, a single year after that the Jersey Boys began their first national Broadway tour in December of 2006. The winner of four Tony awards in 2006, out of nine nominations in total, and a Grammy to boot, the Jersey Boys are unstoppable.
Based on the famous group from the 1960's called the Four Seasons, each character does a spectacular job of capturing the essence of the original Jersey Boys. Initially the Four Lovers, in 1967 the Jersey Boys became the Four Seasons. The group experienced many changes, both in its music and its members, in their earlier years, and Jersey Boys depicts their story.
Original Jersey Boys founding member Bob Gaudio is the one who co-wrote all of the music for the musical with long-time writing partner Bob Crewe. Jersey Boys Gaudio's lyrical talents helped the Jersey Boys show to win a Tony for best musical in 2006. Up against The Color Purple, The Drowsy Chaperone, and The Wedding Singer, the Jersey Boys faced steep competition, and indeed they made a sweeping victory.
For Crewe , he and Gaudio discovered the magic that happens when they come together as a team way back in 1962, when their first musical effort together resulted in a number one single for the Jersey Boys, "Sherry", which the Broadway Jersey Boys, of course, do not hesitate to perform with a tingling charisma.
When thinking of many of your 1960's favorites, the odds of the founding Jersey Boys being the ones who played it, and the two Bob's being the ones to write and produce it are very high. We all know the high pitch of Jersey Boys Frankie Valli in his song Big Girls Don't Cry, another genius compilation to be credited to both Bob's producing efforts. Connie O, Rag Doll, Walk Like a Man, and Bye, Bye, Baby (Baby, Goodbye) are all songs that went to number one as a result of Jersey Boys ingenuity.
John Loyd Young played in the original Broadway Jersey Boys cast as lead singer Frankie Valli, and in 2006 took home the Tony Award for the Best Leading Actor in a Musical. Sadly, the Jersey Boys had to see Lloyd depart in November 2007, and in the current Broadway production, Frankie Valli is portrayed by Jersey Boys lead Jarrod Spector. However, as part of the first Jersey Boys posse, a recording was made of Young's and the other Jersey Boys cast members music that, in February earlier of this year, made Gold status, selling over half a million copies.
Christian Hoff is another truly dedicated Jersey Boys member, one of the few original cast members to still be on the show since the beginning of its running. He currently portrays Four Jersey Boys member Tommy DeVito, and like John Loyd Young, his talents earned him a Tony Award in 2006 for Best Featured Actor in a Musical.
But it took the literary talents of Marshall Brick and Rick Alice to piece together the story of the Jersey Boys and turn it into something of Broadway worthiness. It is significant to their credit that Jersey Boys won the Tony award. Also that year, the two writers were nominated for a Tony Award for Best Book of a Musical, but the Tony did not go to them; it went instead to The Drowsy Chaperone. Still, every playwright understands there is no validation sweeter than taking home the Best Musical Tony. For the wizards behind Jersey Boys, this achievement certainly trumps all other rewards combined.
With the celebration of their 1000 the show in April earlier this year, it doesn't look like the Jersey Boys plan on closing shop anytime soon. Since they first debuted as a musical at all, they made it to Broadway within a year, booked a Broadway tour a year after that.
Los Angeles Jersey Boys the Musical fans can rejoice as the national touring company will be headed to Southern California. Check out dates and times and order
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