Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding OFF-BROADWAY REVIEWS

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Opening Night:
April 28, 2014
Closing:
July 13, 2014

Theater: Jan Hus Playhouse / 351 E 74th St, New York, New York, 10021

Synopsis: 

Audience members play the roles of Tony and Tina's family and friends in this hilarious interactive comedy. Immediately following the nuptials, the bridal party will escort their family and friends through Times Square to Guy’s American Kitchen & Bar, where guests will celebrate with lovebirds Tony and Tina and members of their outrageous families.

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  • THEATRE IS EASY REVIEW OF Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding

    Tony N Tina's Wedding

    Brett Epstein

    April 28, 2014: It’s somewhat difficult to write a review for the revival of Tony N Tina’s Wedding (the original premiered in 1988 in Greenwich Village). It has no cast/creative team breakdown provided to its audience and 75 percent of the show occurs at Guy’s American Kitchen and Bar, where an energetic cast tries to get you to dance with them all evening. If you do attend, I’ll say this: have a drink or two or three beforehand, throw in the towel, participate, and go along for the ride with the cast. They really want you to have fun, and if you're the grouch in the corner who doesn't want to join in, you'll stand out even more.

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  • THEATERMANIA REVIEW OF Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding

    Tony n' Tina's Wedding La famiglia requests the honor of your presence, goombah!

    Pete Hempstead

    April 28, 2014: When you attend Tony n' Tina's Wedding, if you're expecting a celebration of the joy, hope, and happiness that comes from a couple uniting in a lifelong commitment of love, fidelity, and marital bliss...Fuhgeddaboudit! In true New York fashion, the finest Italian stereotypes of Brooklyn, Staten Island, and the Bronx — the Nunzio and Vitale families — are inviting the world once again to take part in the not-so-solemn nuptials and oh-so-dysfunctional reception of Artificial Intelligence's Tony n' Tina's Wedding, now playing at two venues in the Times Square area.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding

    A Silver Anniversary, and the Bride Still Wears White
    ‘Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding’ Returns to New York

    Neil Genzlinger

    April 28, 2014: It’s tempting to review the new Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding in the style of a “Vows” column in The New York Times: “The bride, a dimwit with a promising future in reality TV, wore a tasteful white gown that contrasted sharply with her bridesmaids’ dresses, which appeared to be on loan from a mid-20th-century jiggle joint.” Or perhaps as a restaurant review parody: “Guy Fieri’s main dish, an indifferent pasta, was garnished with a sprinkling of near-fisticuffs and tangy mother-of-the-bride histrionics.” But those approaches might not allow for a proper spotlight on the best part of this adventure in lowbrow crowd-pleasing: the three-block promenade by the cast and audience through the heart of Times Square, a spectacle within the nonstop festival that is the theater district.

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Tony N Tina’s Wedding Review REVIEWS

Opening Night:
Closing:
Open Ended

Theater:

Synopsis: 

It’s somewhat difficult to write a review for the revival of Tony N Tina’s Wedding (the original premiered in 1988 in Greenwich Village). It has no cast/creative team breakdown provided to its audience and 75 percent of the show occurs at Guy’s American Kitchen and Bar, where an energetic cast tries to get you to dance with them all evening. If you do attend, I’ll say this: have a drink or two or three beforehand, throw in the towel, participate, and go along for the ride with the cast. They really want you to have fun, and if you're the grouch in the corner who doesn't want to join in, you'll stand out even more.

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