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A BRONX TALE BROADWAY REVIEWS
Opening Night: October 25, 2007
Synopsis: Academy Award nominated actor Chazz Palminteri makes his Broadway debut with his solo show, A Bronx Tale, directed by Jerry Zaks. The writer/performer plays 18 roles in the semi-autobiographical tale depicting a rough childhood on Bronx streets populated by a cast of friends and enemies
NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW:
"Do you still hunger, night after night, for pasta with red sauce? Do you find yourself hankering for a turnpike tour of the construction sites, strip bars and McMansions of northern New Jersey?
Do you continue to bore friends with musings on the meaning of that pointedly ambiguous visit to the diner?
Should you answer any of those questions in the affirmative, you are clearly still suffering from “Sopranos” withdrawal. If constant reimmersion in the DVDs has not cured you, a visit to the Walter Kerr Theater may temporarily salve those cravings for underworld intrigue, Old World sentiment and scary men with silly nicknames. A revival of “A Bronx Tale,” a solo show written by and starring Chazz Palminteri, opened there last night, bringing to Broadway a saga that could be said to have prefigured, in its small way, the Mafia mania reignited by the recently deceased “Sopranos.”"
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