August 24, 2009

Bob Gaudio Celebrates First Anniversary with Jersey Boys Toronto Cast; Show Extends Through November 29!

August 24th, 2009

JB Toronto with Bob Gaudio
Michael Lomenda (Nick Massi), Quinn VanAntwerp (Bob Gaudio), Bob Gaudio, Jeff Madden (Frankie Valli), Daniel Robert Sullivan (Tommy DeVito) [Photo Credit: Cheol Joon Baek]

From Dancap Productions Inc., producers of the award-winning hit musical JERSEY BOYS, celebrated the production’s one year anniversary last week at the Toronto Centre for the Arts. In honour of the anniversary, Dancap Productions is extending the current run of JERSEY BOYS through to November 29, 2009. Tickets are on sale now!

Last week’s anniversary events include a ceremonial cake and special guest appearances by Bob Gaudio and Rick Elice.

“In the last year, more than 500,000 people have been through the newly revitalized main stage theatre of the Toronto Centre for the Arts to experience the joy of Jersey Boys. What pleases me most, though, is the number of multi-generational families who attend the show together, many returning time and time again” said Aubrey Dan, President of Dancap Productions Inc.

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  1. Hello,

    I just saw the Jersey Boys and it made me a bigger fan of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons than I ever was before! I’m a college student and after talking to my friends about the show, I realized they had no idea who or what the Four Seasons are, nor had they ever heard of Frankie Valli. This shocked me, especially since they couldn’t even recognize they’re hits (Walk Like A Man, Sherry, & Big Girls Don’t Cry) after I tried singing them.

    This of course worries me. I noticed at the show I went to the majority of the audience were gray-haired. So after talking to my friends, I’m worried that the awesome music from Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons will soon be forgot!

    My friends, however, do know who Elton John is. SO! I thought, Elton John has been on Sesame Street, Bob The Builder, Fraggle Rock, and The Muppets. – What if somehow Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons could be involved with something like that? Like a kid’s show or cartoon singing a hit or two in an episode just to educate the younger and future generations about their great music??

    It’s just a thought, and this is the only place I could find worthwhile to share it… otherwise I would’ve emailed Frankie and Bob personally if I could.

    Thanks! :)

    Comment by Daniel Lesieur — July 23, 2010 @ 11:04 pm

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