Jersey Boys Cleveland | PlayhouseSquare

Jersey Boys Cleveland | PlayhouseSquare

Gracing the PlayhouseSquare’s State Theatre in the spring are four of rock & roll’s greatest icons! Jersey Boys, the award-winning Broadway musical that brings Frankie Valli, Nick Massi, Bob Gaudio, and Tommy DeVito together, will be in Cleveland on September 20 to 25, 2016 as part of the 2016/2017 KeyBank Broadway Series.

The Best Musical winner at the 2006 Tony Awards, Jersey Boys retells the story of four young musicians from New Jersey’s blue-collar neighborhood who conquered the music world together as The Four Seasons. Considered to be one of the most successful and celebrated groups in music history, The Four Seasons’ unique brand of music made the group a Rock & Roll Hall of Famer with more than 175 million records sold all over the world.

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Jersey Boys Cleveland Cast
Tommy DeVito – Matthew Dailey
Nick Massi – Keith Hines
Frankie Valli – Hayden Milanes
Bob Gaudio – Drew Seeley
Bob Crewe – Barry Anderson
Gyp DeCarlo and others – Thomas Fiscella
Hank Majewski and others – Tommaso Antico
Lorraine – Jaycie Dotin
Mary – Marlana Dunn
Barry Belson – De’lon Grant
Swing, Fight Captain, Assistant Dance Captain – Wes Hart
Swing, Dance Captain – Bryan Hindle
Frankie Valli alternate – Miguel Jarquin-Moreland
Swing – Austin Owen
Norm Waxman and others – John Rochette
Francine and others – Leslie Rochette
Swing – Jenna Nicole Schoen
Joey and others – Jonny Wexler
Billy Dixon and others – Keith White
Conductor – Ban Hartman
Production Stage Manager – Mark Tynan
Stage Manager – Jay Carey
Assistant Stage Manager – Lauren Pennington

Conductor – Ben Hartman
PSM – Molly Meg Legal
Stage Manager – Timothy R. Semon
Assistant Stage Manager – Nicole Olson


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“The Jersey Boys script, by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice accomplishes more than most playwrights can do in a three-act wonder. In one or two lines, Brickman and Elice tell major elements of the storyline and move the plot forward.” – David Ritchey of Talkin’ Broadway Cleveland

“Good theater is often all about carefully crafted deception. It’s a musical, not a documentary, so some facts are fudged, and there’s nothing new about Broadway singers getting backstage help.” – Tommy Brown of



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