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George Mason University's Center for the Arts presents The Midtown Men
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Featuring four stars of the original cast of Broadway's "Jersey Boys"
Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016 at 8 p.m.
Fairfax, Va., Aug. 30, 2016 — From the bright lights of Broadway, The Midtown Men bring the swinging sounds of the Sixties from Manhattan to Fairfax. Featuring four debonair and supremely talented showmen from the original cast of Broadway’s Tony Award-winning musical, “Jersey Boys,” The Midtown Men appear at the Center for the Arts on Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016 at 8 p.m.
In this spectacular concert, Tony Award winner Christian Hoff, Michael Longoria, Daniel Reichard and Tony Award nominee J. Robert Spencer share their musical magic performing chart-toppers by The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Motown artists and, of course, The Four Seasons. These charismatic charmers shared the Broadway stage for more than a thousand performances and now you can see their energetic choreography, hear their impeccable harmonies and experience their legendary chemistry in this celebration of the music that defined a decade. "Authenticity is the core of this musical brotherhood ... The Midtown Men sound as crisp as their Rat Pack-inspired suits!" (New York Daily News)
Following their historic three-year run on Broadway in "Jersey Boys," these four gifted entertainers began their next chapter as The Midtown Men, becoming the first vocal group ever formed by the principal cast of a high-profile Broadway show. They have since rocked performing arts centers and symphony halls from coast to coast, and delighted television audiences with appearances on "The Today Show" and "The Late Show with David Letterman," as well as their recent live concert special on PBS filmed at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center. The group's self-titled debut album, "The Midtown Men: Sixties Hits" and recent live album and companion DVD, "The Midtown Men: Live in Concert!" were met with critical acclaim. The Midtown Men also had the opportunity to collaborate with legendary producer, musician, actor and Sirius-XM Radio host Steven Van Zandt on the group's first radio single, a new arrangement of the holiday classic "All Alone on Christmas" featuring members of Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band; all proceeds went to the American Red Cross following the devastation of Hurricane Sandy.
Ticket Information: Tickets for The Midtown Men are $100, $85 and $60 per person. Tickets available at the Center for the Arts ticket office, by phone at 703-993-8650, or online at cfa.gmu.edu. The Center for the Arts is located on George Mason University's Fairfax Campus at 4400 University Drive Fairfax, Va., 22030. Ticket office hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For a nominal fee, the Mason Pond Parking Deck, just north of the Concert Hall on Mason Pond Drive, offers covered parking and a walkway to the Concert Hall. Free parking is also available in Lot K (located directly across the pond from the Concert Hall) when you are attending a Great Performances at Mason event at the Concert Hall.
The Midtown Men is not a performance of, nor affiliated with the show "Jersey Boys."
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About the Center for the Arts
The Center for the Arts is the centerpiece of performing arts on the Fairfax campus of George Mason University. Each year, the Center welcomes hundreds of thousands of community members into its 2000-seat Concert Hall for performances by renowned professional artists, accomplished faculty, and emerging student artists. Great Performances at Mason, an annual season of national and international artists, features the best of classical music, opera, jazz, world music, dance, theater, global music and dance, and more. As a part of George Mason University's College of Visual and Performing Arts, the Center hosts many student and faculty performances presented by the Schools of Music, Theater, and Dance. The Center for the Arts is also the performing home for the Fairfax Symphony Orchestra.
About George Mason University
George Mason University is Virginia's largest public research university. Located near Washington, D.C., Mason enrolls more than 33,000 students from 130 countries and all 50 states. Mason has grown rapidly over the past half-century and is recognized for its innovation and entrepreneurship, remarkable diversity and commitment to accessibility. Mason is also one of the best values in higher education, producing graduates who lead all Virginia schools with the highest annual salaries.