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245 West 52nd Street, New York, NY 10019

Formerly Virginia Theater

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Ended 15 Jan 2017 after 11 years

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It's terrific. Jersey Boys is dynamically alive in music while, as a drama, it catches the very texture, almost the smell, of its time.

Clive Barnes, New York Post

Closed 15 Jan 2017

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40 of 52 people found the following review helpful:
Best Muscial So Far,
Mar 31, 2008
reviewer: from Pa
Although I am not a broadway critic, or a regular at the theatre, I found Jersey Boys to be the best so far. The music of course is beyond reproach. Although I was young when they were at their peak my mother had all their albums. I saw them(Frankie Valli & the 4 seasons), in 1974 and a few years ago at Penns Peak. I absolutely love their music. The cast was superb. We were in the mezzanine but it doesn't matter where you sit because you can hear and see everything. I was surprized to learn of the death of Frankie's daughter. He is not alone having just lost a niece to an overdose. We left the theatre singing!! After we ate at Don GIovanni's. Great food and reasonable prices. Get a reservation.
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37 of 49 people found the following review helpful:
Ohh What A Night!!!!,
Jan 30, 2008
reviewer: from Anytown, AT 55555
I took my family to see this show… to look down the row and see my dad smiling ear to ear singing as proudly as he could made my day. This show is outstanding and makes me proud to have grown up in and around the area where history created itself. Our family grew up with Frankie Valli he used to sing on my Aunts porch back in the day, in my heart I’m from that era being brought up listening to their music. The performers did an awesome job, they references made to the area were right on however my dad caught a few that they changed the name maybe for sponsorship reasons who know’s it really didn’t make a difference I’d still see the show again..
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40 of 52 people found the following review helpful:
Great show but what's with the ticket prices?,
Jan 24, 2008
reviewer: from Anytown, AT 55555
Saw the show and it was really great! Purchased tickets weeks ahead online for $102.00. Couldn't make that show so had hotel get them a few days prior for $250.00! These were ALL mezzanine seats. Everything was sold out, or so we were told. Some tickets on line were, again mezzanine, over $300.00! I personally went to the theater and tickets were being purchased (at the ticket window) for one of the sold out shows, right up to showtime. Mezzanine seats were $97.00.Not peculiar to this show or theater, I'm sure, but what gives? Might add that I was advised not to try to sell my $102.00 tickets for more than face value or risk arrest.
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58 of 71 people found the following review helpful:
Jersey Boys! - Oh, what a night!,
Jul 25, 2007
reviewer: from Brooklyn, NY USA
My mother and I saw Jersey Boys on Broadway this past Friday night. It was FANTABULOUS! I grew up with the music of Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons, being that they were my fathers' favorite musical group. Not only did the show make me feel nostalgic, but the performances themselves were incredibly impressive! We had the great privilege of seeing John Lloyd Young onstage, who won a Tony Award for his portrayal of Frankie Valli. The show never slowed down for a minute - the music was exhilirating and the voices of the actors who played the Four Seasons were absolutely beautiful. Their harmonies were mesmerizing - its a wonder that these guys never became famous singers in their own right! I would highly recommend this show to anybody - whether you're a fan of the Four Seasons or not, this is a must-see for ALL music lovers.
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46 of 61 people found the following review helpful:
"The Jersey Boys" language,
Jun 28, 2007
reviewer: from Hanover, PA USA
I just saw "The Jersey Boys" yesterday, June 27, 2007. I enjoyed the music and story very much.The thing I didn't enjoy and don't feel is necessary to learn the story of Frankie Valli is the f--- word, used constantly. Some swearing is tolerable, but I winced every time the f--- word was used.
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