S.F. ‘Jersey Boys’ gets new cast

The Tony Award-winning hit musical “Jersey Boys” — playing an extended run at the Curran Theatre through Sept. 30 due to popular demand — has a new cast.

The original San Francisco cast has moved on to a scheduled national tour. The new cast features Drew Gehling as Bob Gaudio, Steve Gouveia as Nick Massi, Jeremy Kushnier as Tommy DeVito and Jarrod Spector as FrankieValli.

Fans of San Francisco’s ongoing engagement of the show will know Spector, who has alternately appeared as Valli in the San Francisco company of “Jersey Boys.”

Performances are at 8 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays and 2 p.m. Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, except no shows June 24 or July 4.

Tickets range from $30 to $99. They’re available at www.shnsf.com, through Ticketmaster by calling (415) 512-7770, at www.ticketmaster.com, and at the Curran Theatre box office, at 445 Geary St. For details, visit www.shnsf.com.

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