There's a buzz in the air. After months of planning and selling tickets, Jersey Boys will take the Washington Pavilion stage seven times over the next five days.
"We have the pleasure of being part of a show that is seemingly well liked everywhere we go and brings people such joy and nostalgia for a time that's passed," said Quinn VanAntwerp who plays the part of Bob Gaudio.
The Four Seasons became an international success in the 1960s, bringing crowds to their feet with hits like "Walk Like A Man", "Can't Take My Eyes Off You", and "Big Girls Don't Cry".
"You come to the show expecting to hear all this great music and then you have this amazing story of what happened to the Four Seasons and how they were arrested, did some jail time, got involved with some shady characters and how each one dealt with their success," said Nicolas Dromard who plays the part of Tommy Devito.
For the men that immerse themselves in the roles, they say it's a remarkable feeling to play a rock star every night.
"And, by the end of the night the audience is almost convinced that we are the Four Seasons even though that time has passed for 40-50 years," said VanAntwerp. "It's been the ride of my life."
There are a few tickets remaining to Jersey Boys. For ticket information go to www.washingtonpavilion.org.