JERSEY BOYS Brisbane And Melbourne Seasons Announced
JERSEY BOYS will open at Sydney's Capitol Theatre on 6 September 2018 for a strictly limited season, followed by a season in Brisbane from 2 January 2019 and Melbourne from 23 February.
This internationally acclaimed hit musical tells the true-life story of four guys from the wrong side of the tracks, and the rise to stardom of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, one of the most successful bands in pop music history. The band sold more than 175 million recordsand were inducted into the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame for their worldwide hits, including Can't Take My Eyes Off You, Walk Like a Man, Bye Bye Baby,
Sherry and Big Girls Don't Cry, which all feature in the musical.
After auditioning 450 artists nationwide, the dynamic cast is a combination of exciting and emerging Australian talent. Stepping into the illustrious shoes of the charismatic singer Frankie Valli is BERNARD ANGEL who played Joe Pesci in the original Australian production. He will be joined by CAMERON MACDONALD as Tommy DeVito, THOMAS MCGUANE as Bob Gaudio making his career debut after graduating from the Victorian College of the Arts and GLASTON TOFT, reprising his celebrated portrayal of the band's musical marvel Nick Massi.
The dynamic line-up of ensemble artists includes RYAN GONZALEZ (Broadway World Sydney Award winner), MIA DABKOWSKI-CHANDLER (Aladdin the Musical), CRISTINA D'AGOSTINO (Green Room Award winner for Guys and Dolls), SAGE DOUGLAS (The Wizard of Oz), MACKENZIE DUNN (2017 WAAPA Graduate and making her professional debut in Jersey Boys), Glenn Hill (recently in Matilda the Musical), Luigi Lucente (Muriel's Wedding), ENRICO MAMMARELLA (recreating his role as 'Gyp DeCarlo' from the original company of Jersey Boys), SCOTT MCCONNELL (Production Company's Jesus Christ Superstar), JOSH MULHERAN (The Book of Mormon), JACK O'RILEY (Rent at th Hayes Theatre), MATTHEW PRIME (currently in his graduating year at the Victorian College of the Arts and making his professional debut in Jersey Boys), Daniel Raso (Matilda the Musical) and RUTENE SPOONER (making his Australian musical theatre debut).