“Jersey Boys”, a documentary-style musical that debuted on Broadway in 2005, is about the popular 1960’s rock ‘n roll group, the Four Seasons. The musical tells the story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons’ rocky rise to fame, using many of the group’s hit songs throughout.
The musical opened at the August Wilson Theatre on Broadway on November 6, 2005, directed by Des McAnuff. Since then, “Jersey Boys” has gone on a North American tour, and expanded it’s productions to cities in the West End, Melbourne, and other various U.S. cities. Its success was proven by winning four 2006 Tony Awards for Best Musical, Best Actor (John Lloyd Young), Best Featured Actor (Christian Hoff), and Best Lighting Design. Besides Broadway, the musical is also currently having an outstanding run in Las Vegas at the Venetian Palazzo Theatre, and has just signed an official sponsorship deal with StubHub. In TicketNews, “Jersey Boys” continuously comes in near the top of the exclusive event rankings just behind Wicked.
A California woman who ordered two tickets to a Jersey Boys performance from an online broker late last year not only never received her tickets but has yet to receive a refund. But her persistence is a lesson in how fans should handle customer service lapses, as she told... Read more
This past weekend saw the Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino in Las Vegas debut an extended run of the hit musical Jersey Boys, one of the biggest shows currently on Broadway and winner of four Tony Awards in 2006 including Best Musical. The production was brought to Vegas by Dodger... Read more
Broadway Ticket Sales Report Week ending October 23, 2007 By Carol-Ann Rudy The wildfires currently raging in California may have prompted the cancellation of the Oct. 23 performance in San Diego of the national tour of Jersey Boys, but the show again grabbed second place in the Broadway sales... Read more
Broadway Ticket Sales Report Week Ending October 14, 2007 By Alfred Branch, Jr. Three Broadway heavyweights continued to dominate the weekly rankings for ticket sales for the period ending Oct. 14, according to the League of American Theatres and Producers. Wicked, generating $1.43 million in ticket sales, Jersey Boys... Read more
Broadway Ticket Sales Report Week ending July 1, 2007 By Carol-Ann Rudy TicketNews.com There was a considerable drop in ticket sales on Broadway, from $20,428,069 the previous reporting period to $19,662,121 this past week. Overall, the season compares very favorably, $99,261,242 to date, with last season, $92,231,391. That’s a... Read more