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CENTER MEMBERS MEET JERSEY BOYS
October 12, 2010, 9:53 pm
Filed under: Broadway Across America, Membership

On Monday, August 20th, a hand-picked group of more than 200 Broadway enthusiasts were greeted with a little slice of Jersey … Jersey Boys, that is.  Three members (Matt Bailey, Alayna Gallo and Christopher Deangelis) of the touring company of the Tony Award-winning Jersey Boys took the Carnival Studio Theater by storm as they gave a behind-the-scenes, sneak preview of the upcoming musical that will be hitting the Ziff Ballet Opera House stage from March 2-20, 2011.   South Florida’s “Voice of Rock’n’Roll”, Rick Shaw, who apparently knows the real Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, was on hand to interview the lead actors in the musical.  Guests were entertained with special live performances as well as some delicious, traditional Italian fare that included pasta, pizza, and cheese cake on a stick! 

Among the many VIPs in attendance were press, group leaders and our very special Marquee Members, a new membership level at the Adrienne Arsht Center that is centered around our Broadway in Miami subscribers.  

Marquee Members’ benefits include exclusive access to our members-only Patrons Salon before every Broadway performance as well as one cast party for the Broadway performance of their choice.  

With all that, our Marquee Members kick started their Broadway season with an all-access invitation to experience Jersey Boys unlike ever before… proof that members really are at the center of it all!

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