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Jersey Boys Returns to the Las Vegas Stage in New Residency

The full-length Broadway version comes to The Orleans Hotel and Casino.


By Debbie Hall

Photos by Dave Bassett and Gabe Ginsberg


The international hit musical and Tony Award-winning show Jersey Boys, a beloved favorite, is making a triumphant return to Las Vegas. This new residency at The Orleans Hotel and Casino will bring back the same set, style, and sensations that made the whole Broadway show a sensation, running from Wednesday to Monday.


Jersey Boys is not just a show; it is an opportunity for locals and tourists alike to experience the magic of an entire Broadway show in the heart of Las Vegas. Set in a beautiful theater with complimentary parking, this residency also contributes to the creative economy, creating jobs and opportunities for the community.


Las Vegas has long been known as the "entertainment capital of the world.” However, touring companies of popular Broadway shows used to avoid performing in the city. The Aladdin Theater for the Performing Arts was one of the few venues that hosted touring shows and was opened in 1976. It was later closed and demolished in 1988 and replaced with an auditorium and concert hall. The Thomas & Mack opened in 1983, and the Cox Pavilion was added to the complex in 2001 but offered very few live theater performances. On the Strip, Broadway shows were usually shortened to 90 minutes so that the audience would return to the casinos. However, the opening of the Smith Center for the Performing Arts on March 10 finally provided touring companies with a venue to bring complete Broadway shows to Las Vegas. The Orleans Hotel and Casino now features a full Broadway Show six days a week.

Joey Barreiro, Jonathan Cable, Tyler Matthew Burk, and Kit Treece debuted in Las Vegas as The Four Seasons. The resident cast features the talents of Joey Barreiro and Jared Chinnock (alternating the role of Frankie Valli), Tyler Matthew Burk (Tommy DeVito), Jonathan Cable (Nick Massi), Kit Treece (Bob Gaudio), Beau Brians (Joe Pesci), Carson Collins (Bob Crewe), Zach Cossman (Norm Waxman/Hank), Nichole Forde (Lorraine), Emma Kantor (Francine Valli), Michael McClure (Gyp DeCarlo), Sarah Pfeifer (Mary Delgado), Brennan Stylez (Barry Belson), Meghan Gratzer (Female Swing), Andrew Maguire (Swing 1), Dale Melancon (Swing 2), and Ryan Hurley (Swing 3).


Jersey Boys Las Vegas is a musical based on the life of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. The production was written by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice and directed by Tony Award-winning director Des McAnuff and choreographer Sergio Trujillo. With 65 major awards worldwide, including Tony and Grammy awards, the musical tells the story of The Four Seasons, from humble beginnings in New Jersey to their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The show premiered on Broadway in 2005 and features many of The Four Seasons’ greatest hits like “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Sherry,” “Walk Like a Man,” and “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You.”

 Danny Austin, the Production Supervisor and Associate Choreographer, and Ron Melrose, the Music Supervisor, have been working on the production for the last two decades and are now part of the newest residency. Sarah Lowe, who has previously worked on Las Vegas productions, has also returned to work as an Assistant Director and Choreographer in this residency.


The show, produced by Ivory Star Productions, will take audiences on Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons' journey through its ups and downs. 


“In 2016, I met with the producers and wanted to continue the show, and they agreed. It has taken this long to relaunch it, but there is a demand for the show to return. We are so excited to produce it with an incredible new cast; our creative team is the best. We are also bringing back some of the show’s features that have not been performed in years, including automation and storylines. Our audiences will see the full Broadway-length version of the show,” said Ivory Star Productions CEO and Lead Producer John Bentham.


The show’s longevity can be attributed to timeless music with loved, timeless songs. There are many reasons to attend, whether nostalgia, the story behind the music, or the entire production.


Ivory Star Productions is an entertainment company offering a unique entertainment perspective that spans Las Vegas to productions worldwide. Led by the award-winning producer John Bentham, the Ivory Star Productions team delivers a variety of boutique shows and large-scale events. For more information, visit


Jersey Boys Las Vegas performs in The Showroom at The Orleans Hotel & Casino. Showtimes are Wednesday to Monday at 7:30 p.m. and dark on Tuesdays. For more information, visit Connect with the cast through the Jersey Boys Vegas official social platforms, including Facebook @ Jersey Boys Las Vegas, Instagram @ Jersey Boys Vegas, and Tik Tok@ Jersey Boys Vegas.


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