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‘Jersey Boys,’ Las Vegas’ longest running Broadway show, to close in September

“Jersey Boys”
The cast of “Jersey Boys” will take its final curtain call Sept. 18.
(Joan Marcus)

If you’ve been holding off on seeing the Las Vegas production of “Jersey Boys,” don’t wait too much longer. The city’s longest-run Broadway show will close in September.

“Jersey Boys,” will have its final curtain call at Paris Las Vegas on Sept. 18, according to a news release.

The show has been a mainstay along the Strip since opening in May 2008 at the Palazzo. The musical moved to the Paris casino-resort for an open-ended run in 2012

Members of the “Jersey Boys” cast stage a session in a recording studio. From left, Jason Martinez, Travis Cloer (who plays Frankie Valli), Jason Kappus and Daniel Robert Sullivan.
Members of the “Jersey Boys” cast stage a session in a recording studio. From left, Jason Martinez, Travis Cloer (who plays Frankie Valli), Jason Kappus and Daniel Robert Sullivan.
(Joan Marcus )
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The production, which delivers such hits from the 1960s as “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You” and “Sherry,” documents the up-and-down career of lead singer Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons.

The musical debuted in 2005 and became a movie, directed by Clint Eastwood, in 2014.

In Las Vegas, the cast staged nearly 3,300 shows over the last eight years, the release says. In 2014, it became the longest-running Broadway production in Las Vegas, surpassing “Mamma Mia!” and “Phantom – The Las Vegas Spectacular.”

People who bought tickets for performances after Sept. 18 may exchange tickets or receive a refund.

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Info: “Jersey Boys” at Paris Las Vegas, (855) 234-7469 

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