PHOTO CALL: Jersey Boys Celebrates Five Years on Broadway With Weekend Celebration

News   PHOTO CALL: Jersey Boys Celebrates Five Years on Broadway With Weekend Celebration
 
The cast of Jersey Boys celebrated five years on Broadway with a weekend of celebrations including the lighting of the Empire State Building in the show's signature colors, the dedication of "Jersey Boys Walk," and much more.

The festivities began Nov. 5 with the current Jersey Boys flipped the switch to light the Empire State Building in white, red, and yellow, the signature colors of the musical's logo.

Continuing on Nov. 7, original Four Seasons Frankie Valli and Bob Gaudio joined the cast and creative team to rename 52nd Street between Broadway and 8th Avenue as "Jersey Boys Walk."

Wrapping up the weekend of celebrations, Sardi's honored original Four Seasons Frankie Valli and Bob Gaudio along with Jersey Boys co-authors Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice with caricatures during a private reception at the famed theatre district eatery.

Here's a look at the celebratory weekend:


 

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