Photo by Paul Hawthorne/Getty ImagesBig girls don’t cry over the end of the hit Broadway musical Jersey Boys, do they?

The producers of the show, about the iconic 1960s pop group The Four Seasons, announced Tuesday that the production will close on January 15, 2017, after 4,642 performances spanning 11 years on the Great White Way.

They also said Dancing with the Stars pro dancer Mark Ballas will fill the role of Frankie Valli beginning October 18. The show marks Ballas’ Broadway debut.

Jersey Boys opened on Broadway on November 6, 2005, at the August Wilson Theatre. The following year, it won the Tony Award for best musical. It is now the 12th-longest-running show in Broadway history.

Various productions of Jersey Boys have grossed more than two billion dollars worldwide, according to producers.

A movie adaptation directed by Clint Eastwood was released in 2014.

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