Jersey Boys Makes Jacksonville Debut

Making its debut in Jacksonville, the Tony Award winning musical Jersey Boys opened Tuesday night and is here for a three-week run!

The musical is one of several Broadway touring productions being presented at the Times Union Center Moran Theatre by the FSCJ Artist Series this season.

Jersey Boys tells the story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons and features songs that people of all ages will recognize, like “Sherry,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Walk Like A Man,” “Oh, What A Night,” “My Boyfriend’s Back,” “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You,” and more! The musical is a great show for those not interested in typical musical theatre, who are just looking to hear stunning renditions of timeless classics we all know and love.

While the show is quickly selling seats, there are still great ones available for all performances. For tickets, call 904-632-3373 or visit artistseriesjax.org.

EXCLUSIVE: Hours before opening night, The Beaches Online got a chance to talk with the company manager about the show, experience, and the mild First Coast weather!

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