Jersey Boys Syracuse | Landmark Theatre

Jersey Boys Syracuse | Landmark Theatre

Broadway hit and Tony winning musical ‘Jersey Boys’ graces the Landmark Theatre once again for a three-day Syracuse engagement from September 15 to 18, 2012.

An exciting musical of highly entertaining, glittering and nostalgic proportions, ‘Jersey Boys’ takes audiences back to the ‘60s, an era when fine and unforgettable hits were conceived, many of which were spawned by New Jersey’s very own Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. They started out as Jersey blue collar boys, but thanks to their musical creativity, ingenuity and natural charms, they transformed themselves from workaday twenty-somethings to one of music’s most resonating and most beloved pop quartets.

The performance running time is 2 hours and 30 minutes with 1 intermission.

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Jersey Boys Syracuse 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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“Starting off like a B movie rock n’ roll movie you might find on the Late Late Show, “Jersey Boys” swiftly moves from guilty pleasure to engrossing drama peppered by appropriately chosen greatest hits.” – Len Fonte of

“It’s hard, sometimes, to remember that JERSEY BOYS isn’t a concert; it’s also hard to remember that we are not in 1963. Most importantly, it’s hard to remember that that’s not Frankie Valli on stage.” – Josh Austin of Central NewYork



Address: 362 South Salina Street Syracuse, NY 13202
Landmark Theatre Capacity: 2908