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A Bronx Tale, based on Chazz Palminteri’s autobiographical play, is set in an Italian-American neighborhood in the racially charged 1960s. The film and Broadway original was directed by Robert De Niro. A Bronx Tale, with a Motown/early rock-inflected score by Alan Menken (Beauty and the Beast, Newsies, Little Shop of Horrors), is the captivating story of an Italian-American kid torn between following the working-class family values as instilled in him by his father and the compelling world of organized crime, introduced to him by the mob boss who becomes his father figure. A Bronx Tale is being directed by Richard H. Blake, star of the original Broadway production as well as Jersey Boys, Rent, Wicked and Legally Blonde.

A Bronx Tale is produced by special arrangement with Broadway Licensing (www.broadwaylicensing.com).

Book by Chazz Palminteri

Music by Alan Menken

 

Lyrics by Glenn Slater

 

Based on the Play by Chazz Palminteri

 

Directed by Richard H. Blake

DATES & TICKETS

October 29 (7PM preview), October 30 (2PM & 8PM),

October 31 (3PM), November 4 (2PM),

November 5 (7PM), November 6 (2PM and 8PM), November 7 (3PM), November 10 (2PM)

November 11 (2PM and 7PM),

November 12 (7PM), November 13 (2PM and 8PM),

November 14 (3PM)

BOX OFFICE

Please call 732-531-9106, ext 14.

Preview:

$32 all seats

 

Weekday Adult:

Premium $59 and Regular $54

 

Weekend (Sat/Sun) Adult:

Premium $65 and Regular $60

 

Weekday Senior:

Premium $57 and Regular $52

 

Weekend (Sat/Sun) Senior:

Premium $63 and Regular $58

 

Student: $32

 

Group (10 or more):

Premium $52 & Regular $47

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Watch a Clip from the National Tour

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Mike Ferlita

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Mike Keller

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Emily Esposito

D' Andre McKinzie

MEET THE CAST

Picture it: The Bronx, New York, 1968. An Italian-American neighborhood on Belmont Avenue and a Black neighborhood on Webster Avenue. On his stoop on Belmont Ave, meet Mike Ferlita (Rent, 20th Anniversary Tour) in the leading role of Calogero and Hudson Koonce as his 9-year-old self.

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Hudson Koonce

The role of Sonny, the neighborhood don, is played by Mike Keller, whose film and TV credits include ON THE ROCKS, HUSTLERS, GIRL MOST LIKELY, BLUE BLOODS, THE BLACKLIST and many others. Calogero’s parents, Lorenzo and Rosina, are played by Mike Backes (Bronx Tale 1st National Tour, Jersey Boys Original Vegas Cast, Rock of Ages 1st National Tour) and Emily Esposito.

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Mike Backes

On the Webster Avenue block, welcome Nashka Desrosiers (The Color Purple, National Tour) in the role of Jane and D' Andre McKenzie (Due Season, Concrete Rose, Homicide City) in the role of Tyrone, as well as Sharae Moultrie as Freida and Terrence Berry as Jessie.

A Bronx Tale is being directed by Richard H. Blake, who originated the role of Lorenzo on Broadway and in the National Tour and has appeared in 15 Broadway shows during his four decades in show business. We welcome choreographer Abbey O’Brien (Associate Choreographer for Broadway’s Jagged Little Pill and Waitress), music supervisor Brian P. Kennedy (A Bronx Tale, 1st National Tour, and Something Rotten!, 2nd National Tour), music director Logan Medland, fight choreographer Leighton Schlanger (A Bronx Tale, Broadway, 1st National Tour), associate director-choreographer Shannon Mullen, and Larry Copeland, production stage manager.

 

Don’t miss this exciting production, the first show to re-open the Axelrod Performing Arts Center. Tickets on Sale Today!

Nashka Desrosiers

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Sharae Moultrie

Richard H. Blake,

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