Frankie Vallie and the Four Seasons were obviously a huge act back in the day, and the 2006 musical based on their music and biography, "Jersey Boys," has taken home its share of hardware at the Tony's. For those of you out there trying to break into the Broadway musical business from down here in South Florida, what could be more beneficial than a one-on-one conversation with someone like the guy who created "Jersey Boys"?
That's more or less what you're getting with Behind the Scenes at the Broward Center: A Conversation with Rick Elice. Elice will sit-down with Sun Sentinel correspondent Bill Hirchman for an "Inside the Actor's Studio" style interview that will dissect all of the hit-maker's secrets and methods. He'll discuss his new production, Turn of the Century, based on characters in the Addams Family.
Sat., April 18, noon, 2009