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This show really pulls you in!
This is one musical that's a little short on story, but long on performance and talent. I loved the performances---all of them---but particularly Joseph Leo Bwarie. I wish they'd found a way to cast him in the Hollywood movie version given that the actor cast in the role of Frankie Valli couldn't quite pull it off. Plus, the book works great in front of a live audience, but came off flat and unexciting on the big screen. Seeing and hearing Joseph Leo Bwarie perform the lead role is something we'd like to do again and would be well worth the price of admissions a second time (except that we live in Texas instead of NYC).
Written on May, 12th 2015
Best Musical of All Time
Real story of Frankie Vali and the Four Seasons Bob Gaudio's Music and Staging The real story of the song Late December back in '63( Oh What a Night) The performance of Eric Schnieder as Frnkie
Written on February, 28th 2015
Everything was just wonderful! The music incredible, and Actors did a crazy job of morphing into the Four Seasons! We came away singing and smiling and just raving about it. A must to see if you are considering a show.... I would Definitely go see over and over again.
Written on November, 13th 2014
Love, love Jersey Boys!!
Saw Broadway production twice with my 29 year old daughter who loved it as much as me. I grew up to their music. Loved it each time. Going again next month. Can't wait.
Written on October, 30th 2014
Gives oldies a terrific twist for the newer generation!
My husband and I loved EVERYTHING, especially the MUSIC! For kids who think what they listen to these days is music, step into the past, and have an open mind. It is exciting, and yes, had things I did not know about the starting out of the four seasons. It is truly a show to watch! We will be going again this year!
Written on June, 6th 2014
I saw the play this past Saturday March 8th. The music was great. I'm 61 and it reminded me of my youth. The play had humor as well as great songs. Nick Cosgrove who played Frankie Valli really belted out the songs. At the end of the show Nick came outside the dressing room and cheerfully signed my daughters Playbill and even posed for a couple of photographs. In fact he posed for pictures with quite a few fans. It is nice to see someone like that take the time out of his busy schedule to engage the audience.
Written on March, 9th 2014
I've seen the show 4 times since it opened.It stays fresh and fun. Each time the audience is up, out of their seats dancing in the aisles! A show for anyone who wants pure entertainment!
Written on February, 24th 2014
Def. go see, it's so much fun.
I loved this play. I never realized all the songs they did but it was fun and infectious and even had a good story line. My 15 yr. old daughter liked it a lot but of course the music was more my time then her time. I can't believe how much the actors looked like the real people, amazing.
Written on April, 17th 2013
I loved it!
I loved the show. Born and raised in North Jersey so loved hearing the references to towns and places I know. I was born in 1976...... And I loved this show and music! This music is timeless.....I remember my mother speaking of the 4 seasons and all their songs are so catchy! My boyfriend loved it as well....and we are around the same age. I like the fast moving style of the show so you never got bored with an act that was too long like other shows I have seen. People on here complain about the dialogue and cursing. Well to me, it was no big deal. A bit excessive sure but I wouldn't discourage anyone from seeing this based on that aspect alone. It was fun! The music was terrific!
Written on November, 29th 2012
Fabulous! I am in my 30's, so not my generation, but I know the songs. This show is probably now in my Top 3 as most favorite Broadway Shows. I would consider the show Rated R due to the profanity, but if see any rated R movies now day's, it shouldn't be that shocking, but just more of a reality of the culture.
Written on January, 29th 2012