Former "Jersey Boys" Cast Members File Counterclaim

Big girls don't cry, but "Jersey Boys" sure do fight. After being slapped with a copyright-infringement suit in April, several former cast members of the Broadway musical have filed a counterclaim against the show's producers seeking at least $1 million in damages, the New York Times reports.

The original suit alleged the former cast members created a tour that capitalized on their connection with, as well as the music from, "Jersey Boys." Both shows features songs popularized by The Four Seasons and other memorable pop tracks from the 60s and 70s.

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