Jersey Boys Salt Lake City | Capitol Theatre

Jersey Boys Salt Lake City | Capitol Theatre

‘Jersey Boys’ is headed back to Salt Lake City in summer 2013 for a three-week run at the Capitol Theatre from June 5th to 23rd.

Revel in sweet nostalgia and ‘60s hype as ‘Jersey Boys’ chronicles the humble beginnings, struggles, successes and demise of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, one of pop music’s most revered and iconic groups. With unforgettable and hummable tunes such as ‘Can’t Take My Eyes Off You’, ‘Walk Like a Man’, ‘Sheree’, ‘Oh, What a Night’, Rag Doll’ and ‘Big Girls Don’t Cry’ underscoring the band’s life, times, highs and lows, audiences will surely be infected and captivated with the musical’s heart, energy and inspiring yet cautionary tale of the perks and perils of fame and fortune.

Show times for ‘Jersey Boys’ in Salt Lake City are at 7:30 from Tuesdays to Thursdays, 8 PM on Fridays and Saturdays and 6:30 PM on Sundays. Matinee performances are at 2 PM on Saturdays and 1 PM on Sundays with a special matinee on Thursday, June 6 at 2 PM. The performance running time is 2 hours and 30 minutes with 1 intermission.

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Jersey Boys Salt Lake City Cast
Bob Gaudio – Miles Jacoby
Frankie Valli – Nick Cosgrove
Tommy DeVito – John Gardiner
Nick Massi – Michael Lomenda
Bob Crewe – Jonathan Hadley
Gyp DeCarlo – Donnie Kehr
Hank Majewski – Tommaso Antico
Universal Swing – Candi Boyd
Swing – Christopher DeAngelis
Lorraine – Lauren DeCierdo
Joey – Frank Galasso
Frankie Valli – Miguel Jarquin-Moreland
Barry Belson – Justin Lonesome

Production Stage Manager – Larry Baker
Stage Manager – Jack McLeod
Assistant Stage Manager – Jay Carey
Music Direction – Ben Hartman


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“If you are old enough to be nostalgic about The Four Seasons, you’ll probably appreciate the show’s faithful reproduction of the band’s sound, and also the fan footage from the 1960s that is integrated with some of the numbers.” – Marsha Maxwell of Salt Lake City

“The production is slick beginning to end, and the set is one of the best I’ve seen. Not only did scenes flow into each other easily thanks to constantly moving parts on stage, but a video screen above the action served as a live TV screen when the band performed for the American Bandstand cameras at one point.” – Dan Nailen of SL Scene



Address: 50 West 200 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Bass Capitol Theatre Capacity: 1940