Where the Boys Are – The Connie Francis story
The musical presented in a cabaret style, depicts the life of Rock’s first female superstar, Connie Francis and leads the audience into the era when Rock n’Roll ruled the world.
The presentation is live and aided with video contribution exposes the myth from the early recordings flops released through MGM to the top forty hits and the bandstand years.
The cabaret scene introduces a segment with Bobby Darin that ends in a duet and even Elvis has a cameo reference.
The International success commencing from her Italian heritage expanded into Europe, UK and the Latino’s markets and her popularity travelled as far as the land of the Rising Sun.
Some chart toppers in the show are performed in Italian, German, Spanish and Japanese.
The movie years apart from her starring roles in four movies her voice was dubbed by movie stars such as Tuesday Weld and Jane Mansfield and used in Award winning theme songs.
The denouement is very Hitchcockian with an emotional tear jerking ballad performed and recorded by the pop diva to remember what happened in that memorable summer of November 1963.