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Jersey Boys sets 3rd box office record in Charlotte

JERSEY BOYS SETS NEW

BOX OFFICE RECORD

IN CHARLOTTE FOR THE 3RD TIME

FOR WEEK ENDING 4/18/10:

$1,265,665.00

The Charlotte, NC engagement of the Tony, Grammy and Olivier Award-winning musical JERSEY BOYS broke the box office record for the third time at the Belk Theatre, part of the Broadway Lights Series presented by the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center, for the week ending April 18, its final week of performances.  The hit musical grossed $1,265,665.00, breaking its own record set the previous week.  


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Jersey Boys sets record for 2nd time in Charlotte

JERSEY BOYS SETS NEW
BOX OFFICE RECORD
IN CHARLOTTE
FOR WEEK ENDING 4/11/10:
$1,240,430.00

The Charlotte, NC engagement of the Tony, Grammy and Olivier Award-winning musical JERSEY BOYS broke the box office record for the second time at the Belk Theatre, part of the Broadway Lights Series presented by the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center, for the week ending April 11. The hit musical grossed $1,240,430.00, breaking its own record set the week ending April 4.  
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Jersey Boys gets raves in Charlotte

JERSEY BOYS
GETS RAVES IN
CHARLOTTE

JERSEY BOYS, the Tony, Grammy and Olivier Award-winning hit musical, received rave reviews in Charlotte, NC at the Belk Theatre at the Blumenthal Center where it opened Friday, April 2 (performances began March 31) and will play through Sunday, April 18.  From Charlotte, JERSEY BOYS will play Buffalo, NY’s Shea Performing Arts Center Wednesday, April 21 through Sunday, May 9.
 
CHARLOTTE OBSERVER
Lawrence Toppman of the Charlotte Observer, writes:
 
When Rolling Stone ranked the 500 greatest pop songs of all time last year, The Four Seasons didn’t make the list even once.  
 
Maybe they were mainstream too long ago for hip pundits to care today. Maybe they were too derivative or calculatedly commercial. Maybe British Invasion and Motown groups are all critics recall of the first half of the 1960s. But theatergoers who’ve bought out a three-week run of “Jersey Boys” do remember.
 
Some are drawn by hype: four Tonys (including best musical), a Grammy for the cast album and acclaim from critics and folks who saw it in New York or Las Vegas or on tour. (Charlotte had to wait an extra year; Belk Theater didn’t have a multi-week slot for it last season.)

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