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BREAKING UP IS HARD TO DO: NEIL SEDAKA'S GREATEST HITS!

STARRING JOHN MICHAEL DIAS

Golden-voiced Broadway crooner John Michael Dias belts the hits of teen-pop sensation Neil Sedaka. No stranger to the world of smash-hit Jukebox Musicals, Dias’ credits include starring as Neil Sedaka in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (Broadway, National Tour); and Frankie Valli in Jersey Boys (Broadway, National Tour, Vegas, Chicago). Broadway World calls Dias “Perfection… once you see, you'll know exactly what I'm talking about.” Sing along as Dias soars on feel-good favorites from Sedaka’s prolific singer-songwriter catalogue, including “Oh Carol,” “Stupid Cupid,” and “Calendar Girl.”

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    Breaking Up Is Hard To Do: Neil Sedaka’s Greatest Hits starring John Michael Dias

    DATE: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2017
    TIME: 7:30pm
    VENUE: METROPOLIS
    CITY:  ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, IL
    TICKETS: 847-577-2121

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    ABOUT THE ARTIST

    JOHN MICHAEL DIAS

    Broadway crooner John Michael Dias currently appears on Broadway as Neil Sedaka in the Tony and Grammy Award-winning hit Beautiful: The Carol King Musical. He originated same the role for the Beautiful First National Tour. Dias gained a nationwide following starring as Frankie Valli in the mega-hit Jersey Boys, playing the role on Broadway, as well as in the First National Tour, Vegas, and Chicago companies. Concerts: Breaking Up Is Hard to Do: Neil Sedaka's Greatest Hits!. He can also be seen singing special appearances with the vocal group The Doo-Wop Project. Dias’ solo album, Write This Way, which features intimate takes on Broadway and pop favorites like “Can’t Take My Eyes of of You” and “New York State of Mind” is available on iTunes. Dias earned a BFA in musical theatre from the Boston Conservatory. As an infamous record producer once said, “Frankie’s okay, but he’s no Neil Sedaka.”