Venue Details

4 Star Starred
August Wilson Theatre
Between Broadway and 8th Avenue 245 West 52nd Street New York, NY 10019
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The weather was cold. I wore a sweater and dress slacks. People wore everything from jeans to dressy dresses. Anything goes.
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Goldstar Member Red Velvet
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8 reviews
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attended Mar 01 2014

Great seats! I'm so happy we had Mezzanine because we didn't miss a thing and they were almost perfectly center. Great buy! Great show!

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10 stars
attended Feb 27 2014

Very entertaining. I was given a mezzanine third row seat which looked right down on all the action. A really good value. The lead singer had an unbelievable voice, as good as Frankie Valli himself. The cast was all very talented. It was freezing...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

“Too good to be true! It’s terrific! The cast is plain wonderful. The book is as tight and absorbing as an Arthur Miller play. Jersey Boys is a show dynamically alive in music while, as a drama, it catches the very texture, almost the actual smell, of its time.” _—New York Post _
“The crowd goes wild - I’m talking about the real crowd at the August Wilson Theatre, who seem to have forgotten what year it is or how old they are … and everything that had led up to that curtain call feels as real and vivid as the sting of your hands clapping together.” _-The New York Times _
“Oh what a fantastic night you’ll have! A phenomenal hit, with more show-stopping hit songs than any new show on Broadway. It’s impossible not to love Jersey Boys and this amazing cast. A spectacular, behind-the-scenes tell-all pop musical.”_—UPN 9 TV _


Jersey Boys is directed by Des McAnuff, with book by Marshall Brickman & Rick Elice, music by Bob Gaudio and lyrics by Bob Crewe.