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Musical (2005)


Musique: Bob Gaudio
Paroles: Bob Crewe
Livret: Marshall Brickman • Rick Elice

Type de série: Original
Théâtre: August Wilson Theatre (Broadway - Etats-Unis)
Durée : 11 ans 2 mois 1 semaine
Nombre : 38 previews -
Première Preview : mardi 04 octobre 2005
Première : dimanche 06 novembre 2005
Dernière : dimanche 15 janvier 2017
Mise en scène : Des McAnuff
Chorégraphie : Sergio Trujillo
Avec : J. Robert Spencer (Nick Massi), Christian Hoff (Tommy DeVito), Daniel Reichard (Bob Gaudio), John Lloyd Young (Frankie Valli), Peter Gregus (Bob Crewe), Mark Lotito (Gyp DeCarlo), Donnie Kehr (Norm Waxman), Jennifer Naimo (Mary Delgado), Tituss Burgess (Hal Miller), Erica Piccininni (Lorraine), Michael Longoria (Joey), Steve Gouveia (Hank Majewski), Sara Schmidt (Francine)
Presse : BEN BRANTLEY of the NEW YORK TIMES says “The real thrill, at least for those who want something more than recycled chart toppers and a story line poured from a can, is that Mr. Young (Frankie Valli) has crossed the line from exact impersonation into something more compelling. ”
HOWARD KISSEL of the NEW YORK DAILY NEWS says "There's no point in beating around the bush — I had a great time."
CLIVE BARNES of THE NEW YORK POST says "It's a show still dynamically alive in music while, as a drama, it catches the very texture, almost the actual smell, of its time. "
CHRIS JONES of CHICAGO TRIBUNE says "They'd better start digging more tunnels from New Jersey, because when word gets out on this thing, every Garden State wiseguy is going to be calling for a limo and adding to the traffic clog."
MICHAEL SOMMERS of STAR-LEDGER says "Love classic rock 'n' roll? Enjoy juicy behind-the-scenes true stories? Then without a doubt -- and especially for Baby Boomers -- "Jersey Boys" is a hot new Broadway show for you."
JACQUES LE SOURD of the JOURNAL NEWS says "The book by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice is a little long on narration, and you may find your eyes glazing over until the point, two-thirds of the way through the first act, when the boys break into television with an appearance on "American Bandstand." From that point on, though, you snap awake and happily ride the wave."
MICHAEL FEINGOLD of the VILLAGE VOICE says "For a new musical, Jersey Boys seems amazingly like a rerun."
ELYSA GARDNER of USA TODAY says "Flawed but unexpectedly winning homage to Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons"
MICHAEL KUCHWARA of ASSOCIATED PRESS says "Shows there still is theatrical life in mining pop hits from the past."
FRANK SCHECK of the HOLLYWOOD REPORTER says "Director Des McAnuff has delivered a fast-paced production that flows in cinematic fashion, thankfully avoiding the bombast that afflicts so many similarly themed musicals."


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