Prospero Arts Concert Series Jersey Boys The Story of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons

8 - 11 Feb
Concert Hall, QPAC
2 hours 20 minutes
(including interval, subject to change without notice)
$79 - $115 *
* A transaction fee of $7.20 applies.

Available Discounts

Four Ticket Offer, Groups

A reimagined, semi-staged concert production

This February, the Jersey Boys are coming to QPAC!

They had a look, an attitude and a sound that no-one had ever witnessed before. And since their first big hit in the 1960s, their music has continued to transcend generations.

Featuring all the hits we know and love including “Sherry”, “Big Girls Don’t Cry”, “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You”, and “December 1963 (Oh, What a Night)”, Jersey Boys follows the fascinating evolution of four blue collared kids who became one of the greatest successes in pop music history.

Winner of four Tony Awards, an Olivier, and a Helpmann Award for Best Musical, Jersey Boys – the musical remains one of the longest running shows on Broadway.

Don’t miss this beautifully reimagined, semi-staged concert production, directed by the multiple award-winning Martin Croft with choreography by Queensland’s own Dan Venz.

Following the success of Prospero ArtsThe Wizard of Oz – In Concert and Singin’ in the Rain – In Concert, this international musical phenomenon will take you behind the scenes – and behind the music – of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons. With musical supervision by the incomparable David Young, the awe-inspiring script and score will be brilliantly interpreted by some of Australia’s most sought after musical theatre performers; and supported on stage by an eleven-piece band led by acclaimed musical director and conductor James Dobinson.

Presented by Prospero Arts and QPAC

This season of Jersey Boys is supported by QPAC Partner MinterEllison


  • Frankie Valli Josh Mulheran
  • Bob Gaudio Jack Saunders
  • Tommy DeVito Connor Crawford
  • Nick Massi Glaston Toft
  • Bob Crewe Glenn Hill
  • Gyp DeCarlo Dale Pengelly
  • Joey Pesci Matthew Casamento
  • Norm Waxman Maxwell Simon
  • Francine Valli Emma Wilby
  • Lorraine Sophie Perkins
  • Mary Delgado Loren Hunter
  • Hank Majewski Oliver Lacey
  • Barry Belson AJ Pate
  • Swing-Associate Choreographer Emma Hawthorne


Book by Marshall Brickman & Rick Elice
Music by Bob Gaudio
Lyrics by Bob Crewe

Original Broadway Stage Production by Dodger Theatricals
(Michael David, Edward Strong, Rocco Landesman, Des McAnuff); Joseph J. Grano; Tamara and Kevin Kinsella;
Pelican Group in association with Latitude Link Rick Steiner/Osher/Staton/Bell/Mayerson Group

World Premiere Produced by La Jolla Playhouse, La Jolla, CA
Des McAnuff, Artistic Director & Steven B. Libman, Managing Director”