Las Vegas show Jersey Boys: Long before Jersey’s name was tainted by the boys from the Shore, the original “Jersey Boys,” Frankie Valli, Tommy DeVito, Nick Massi and Bob Gaudio became musical legends performing as the ultra-talented quartet known as the Four Seasons.
The story of how four blue-collar street kids with diverse personalities and big dreams came together to perfect an amazing collaborative harmonic experience is told through a Las Vegas show filled with memorable performances and plenty of instantly recognizable classics.
“Oh, What a Night,” “Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” and “Sherry” are a small sampling of the acoustic storyline that plays out during a Las Vegas show previously recognized with a Tony Award for Best Musical on Broadway.
Tommy DiVito opens the evening with a bold but genuine statement: “We put Jersey on the map.” That simple observation sets the tone for a Las Vegas show filled with vivid recollections of humble beginnings and subtle destinies as each of the four members get their own chance to tell people how it all began. No two stories are alike, and yet each one is fascinating, engaging and inevitably prophetic as undiscovered talents discover each other first through friendship, life-experience and tough consequences. “Jersey Boys” is a Las Vegas show that tells the tale of the realities and illusions of the rock-and-roll lifestyle long before it became a cliche, and with nostalgic remembrances in abundance.