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The stage production is co-directed by two-time Oscar winner Robert De Niro and four-time Tony Award winner Jerry Zaks, with choreography by Tony Award nominee Sergio Trujillo.
A Bronx Tale is a streetwise musical that takes you to the stoops of the Bronx in the 1960s—where a young man is caught between the father he loves and the mob boss he’d love to be. Featuring a doo-wop score, A Bronx Tale is a story about respect, loyalty, love, and above all else: family.
Nick Cordero, who earned a Tony nomination playing a gangster in Woody Allen's Bullets Over Broadway, will get mobbed up again as Sonny, the starring role of the new Broadway musical A Bronx Tale: The Musical, which began rehearsals September 26.
Just added September 26: Hudson Loverro (Kinky Boots national tour) as Young Calogero. Athan Sporek (Les Misérables, New York City Ballet’s The Nutcracker) was named the Young Calogero alternate.
Also among the featured cast will be Richard H. Blake (Jersey Boys, Legally Blonde, Matilda The Musical) as Lorenzo, Bobby Conte Thornton (My Fair Lady at Bay Street Theatre) as Calogero, Ariana DeBose (Hamilton, Bring It On, Motown The Musical) as Jane, Lucia Giannetta (Les Misérables, A Bronx Tale at Paper Mill Playhouse) as Rosina and Bradley Gibson (Rocky, Chicago national tour) as Tyrone.
The ensemble will feature Gilbert L. Bailey II (The Book Of Mormon, How The Grinch Stole Christmas), Joe Barbara (Grease), Michael Barra (Man of La Mancha national tour, A Bronx Tale at Paper Mill Playhouse), Jonathan Brody (Spamalot, Mary Poppins national tour), Ted Brunetti (Falsettos, Assassins), Brittany Conigatti (Matilda The Musical and Beauty and the Beast national tours, A Bronx Tale at Paper Mill Playhouse), Kaleigh Cronin (Cabaret, Jersey Boys national tour), Trista Dollison (The Lion King, Avenue Q), David Michael Garry (The Last Ship, Phantom of the Opera), Rory Max Kaplan (Jersey Boys, Chicago at the MUNY), Dominic Nolfi (Jersey Boys, Motown The Musical, A Bronx Tale at Paper Mill Playhouse), Christiani Pitts, Paul Salvatoriello (Tony n' Tina's Wedding, A Bronx Tale at Paper Mill Playhouse), Joey Sorge (Nice Work If You Can Get It; How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Drowsy Chaperone), Cary David Tedder (Memphis, Big Fish, Dames At Sea), Kirstin Tucker (Cinderella, Trip of Love, Zorba), Keith White (Jersey Boysnational tour, A Bronx Tale at Paper Mill Playhouse), Michelle Aravena (Rocky, Jersey Boys, A Chorus Line), Gerald Caesar (Hairspray at MUNY), Charlie Marcus (A Chorus Line, Peter Pan), Wonu Ogunfowora (Sister Act national tour) and Joseph J. Simeone (West Side Story national tour, Little Dancer, The Hunchback of Notre Dame).
A Bronx Tale: The Musical, which premiered at the Paper Mill Playhouse, will open at Broadway’s Longacre Theatre December 1. Previews begin November 3.
A Bronx Tale: The Musical had its premiere at New Jersey’s Paper Mill in February. It features a book by Chazz Palminteri, music by Alan Menken and book and lyrics by Glenn Slater.
The design team includes Beowulf Boritt, scenic design (Tony Awards for Act One, The Scottsboro Boys); William Ivey Long, costume design (six-time Tony Award winner, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella, Grey Gardens); Howell Binkley, lighting design (Tony Award for Jersey Boys, Tony Award nomination for Hamilton); Gareth Owen, sound design (Tony Award nominations for A Little Night Music and End of the Rainbow); Paul Huntley, hair & wig design (Tony Award for Excellence in Theatre, Fun Home, The Visit); Anne Ford-Coates, makeup design (On Your Feet!, Disaster!); Tara Rubin Casting, casting (Aladdin, Les Misérables, Jersey Boys); and Robert Westley, fight coordinator (Hand to God).
Music supervision and arrangements are by Ron Melrose (Jersey Boys), orchestrations are by Doug Besterman (three-time Tony Award winner, It Shoulda Been You, Bullets Over Broadway) and musical direction is by Jonathan Smith (Jersey Boys).
Tommy Mottola and the Dodgers with Tribeca Productions will produce the Broadway run.
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