Cast Complete for Ogunquit Playhouse Staging of Tony-Winning Jersey Boys

Regional News   Cast Complete for Ogunquit Playhouse Staging of Tony-Winning Jersey Boys
 
Holly-Anne Palmer directs the Northeast regional premiere.
Andy Christopher, Jonathan Mousset, Matthew David Amira, and Matthew Guy Magnusson
Andy Christopher, Jonathan Mousset, Matthew David Amira, and Matthew Guy Magnusson

Casting is now complete for the Ogunquit Playhouse staging of the Tony-winning musical Jersey Boys, which will play the Maine venue September 5–October 28.

Jonathan Mousset will head the cast as Frankie Valli, with Matthew Guy Magnusson as Tommy DeVito, Andy Christopher as Bob Gaudio, and Matthew David Amira as Nick Massi.

The ensemble features Andrew Aaron Berlin, Sean Burns, Kris Coleman, Nathan Yates Douglass, Craig Glen Foster, Maxel Garcia, Colin McAdoo, David McDonald, Hillary Porter, Bailey Purvis, Erin Riley, Connor Schulz, Doug Storm, and Stephanie Toups.

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Holly-Anne Palmer directs with music direction by Jonny Baird, choreography by Gerry McIntyre, scenic design by Adam Koch, costume design by Tristan Raines, wig, hair, and makeup design by Leah Loukas, sound design by Kevin Heard, and lighting design by Richard Latta.

Casting for the Ogunquit Playhouse production is by Anthony C. Daniel.

The musical, which tells the behind-the-music story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, opened in New York November 6, 2005, and ended its 11-year Broadway run January 15, 2017. The musical returned to New York in November 2017 at Off-Broadway’s New World Stages.

Jersey Boys is written by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice, with music by Bob Gaudio and lyrics by Bob Crewe.

Individual tickets are on sale; prices start at $52 each. Visit OgunquitPlayhouse.org.

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