Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding is a one-of-a-kind night theatrical experience like no other! It’s an Off-Broadway comedy staged as a festive celebration in which the audience doesn’t just watch the show, but participates directly in the fun as members of the family or friends of the bride and groom. From the wedding ceremony to the reception, join Tony n’ Tina’s colorful and madcap Italian-American families in a show you’ll not soon forget.
By blurring the line between fantasy and reality, the show works its magic and draws the audience into eating, drinking, dancing and conversing, just as you would at a real wedding. You will experience (and be part of!) the surprises and drama of a real wedding as you get caught up in the celebration, partying along with the rest of Tony n’ Tina’s family and friends as if you’ve known them for years.
That’s how Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding has won over the hearts of thousands of people since the show first opened in New York City in 1988. The longest running Off-Broadway show has since enjoyed extended runs and worldwide success, with performances in over 100 cities across the US, Europe and Asia.
“Wedding guests” can enjoy pasta, garlic bread, salad and wedding cake along with a champagne toast and cash bar. Wedding guests have their choice of seating, and parties of 4 or more are welcome to reserve seats together. Guests will be seated at tables of 8, and enjoy a festive night of immersive entertainment, music, an Italian dinner, wedding cake, and dancing. Thank you for joining the fun!
Producers, original cast performers and Broadway and Screen acting veterans Anthony Patellis, (best known for his role Charles Cirillo, in HBO’s The Sopranos), Susan Campanaro (who is also a Church parishioner), and Janine Molinari are happy to donate proceeds of the event and wedding gifts to support Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen.
From the first toast to the last slice of cake, critics agree!
“It’s a wedding to remember!” – New York Post
“It’s a hit!” – People Magazine
“Get yourself invited!” – WABC-TV
“One of the most successful and imaginative hits in history.” – New York Daily News