A BRONX TALE
at National Theater
Name any of the top awards in American entertainment—Academy Award, Grammy, Oscar and Tony—and someone who was involved with creating the story, music & lyrics and movie version for A Bronx Tale has won it.
The musical version at the National Theatre was all high energy dancing and doo wop music, making this streetwise coming of age story great fun. Set in the Bronx in the 1960s, the message is universal —that what is important in life is what we share as a family and love.
The opening night cast at National Theatre was super special because —most unusual for a touring show—it features 11 alumni from the Broadway production. Joe Barbara (Sonny), Richard H. Blake (Lorenzo), Joey Barreiro (Calogero), Michelle Aravena (Rosina), Brianna-Marie Bell (Jane), Antonio Beverly (Tyrone), Frankie Leoni (Young Calogero), and Shane Pry (Young Calogero Alternate).
At The National Theatre, Washington DC
(one week only from March 26 through 31, 2019)