Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding
by Artificial Intelligence
conceived by Nancy Cassaro
directed by Matt Easter
November 7-10, 2018
Check-in begins at 6:15pm
Event starts promptly at 7pm
One of the longest running shows in Off Broadway history, this delightful evening gives new meaning to the phrase “And now for something completely different!” Audience members are the guests at the nuptial celebration of Tony Nunzio and Valentina Vitale in all its tacky and hilarious glory. Following the church service is a reception where the audience joins the wedding party and their bickering families for a pasta dinner, champagne toasts, wedding cake, and dancing.
Fun, Fun, Fun!
Tickets include: wedding ceremony and reception with Italian-themed buffet, champagne toast, wedding cake, 2 drink tickets, dancing, and FUN!
(No FlexPasses or Discounts)
All performances of Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding are Sold Out! Thank you!
If you have any questions, make sure you read the FAQ below before purchasing. There are no refunds.
TONY (Groom) – Daniel Cutts
TINA (Bride) – Jennica Hill
BARRY (Best Man) – Greg Fitzgerald
CONNIE (Maid of Honor) – Sarah Humphrey
DOMINIC (Usher) – Domenico Fantozzi
DONNA (Bridesmaid) – Jessie Kuipers
JOHNNY (Usher, Tony’s Brother) – Brock Kercher
MARINA (Bridesmaid) – Brandi Kilgore
JOSEPHINA (Tina’s Mother) – Mary Claire Klooster
LUIGI (Tina’s Great Uncle) – Joseph McLaughlin
JOEY (Tina’s Brother) – Richard J. Diaz
SISTER MARIA (Tina’s Cousin) – Kate Guyton
TONY NUNZIO SR (Tony’s Dad) – Jerry Knoff
MADELINE MONROE (Tony SR’s girlfriend) – Hattie Smith
GRANDMA NUNZIO – Debbie McLaughlin
MICHAEL JUST (Tina’s Ex) – David Ballantyne
FATHER MARK – Scott King
SALLY ANTONUCCI (Photographer) – Nancy Caldwell
VINNIE BLACK (Caterer) – Matt Easter
LORETTA BLACK (Vinnie’s Wife) – Jenny Herring
DONNY DOLCE (Sexy DJ) – Jason Caldwell
RICK DeMARCO (Videographer) – Robert Winstead
ROSE (Josephina’s Sister) – Kathy Graivier
Christine Anderson Trent
What is the menu?
The menu is catered by Chef Nona of Sizzling Peach and consists of an Italian buffet of vegetarian pasta, Italian sausage (pork), salad, and garlic bread. We also serve wedding cake. Due to the nature of the event, we are unable to accommodate all dietary concerns, so please contact us at email@example.com about your concerns before purchasing your tickets.
Will there be alcohol?
Your ticket includes 2 drink tickets to use at the reception bar for beer, wine, or soda products. You may share your drink tickets, but you will not be able to purchase any additional drink tickets at the reception. We also reserve the right to refuse bar service in accordance with responsible serving practices. There will be complimentary water and tea with dinner service.
Do I need to bring cash?
Everything you need to enjoy the evening is included in your ticket price. However, you may want to bring some cash for any pre-event beverages or for dancing with the bride during the “Money Dance” song! There will also be a gift table for those wishing to contribute above and beyond to Lionheart Theatre. (All money received will go towards Lionheart Theatre.)
What is the age appropriateness for Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding?
The show is equivalent to a PG-13 movie. With that said, younger kids are allowed, although this is a judgment call for a parent. Everyone must have a ticket.
How long is the show and when will dinner be served?
The show runs approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes, which includes the ceremony followed by the reception. The timing will vary per show, but dinner is usually served around 8pm.
Is there handicap access to both the ceremony and reception?
Yes, there is handicap access at both the ceremony and the reception sites.
Is there a dress code?
We encourage our guests to dress comfortably but for the occasion and to bring their dancing shoes. Since the wedding theme is the 1980’s, you are also welcome to dress to theme as long as you do not distract from Tina’s big day. A bit of advice tho: Tina’s mom will be acting as the fashion police, so if she doesn’t think you’re dressed appropriately or if she thinks you are stealing Tina’s spotlight, she will probably let you know!
How does the seating work? Can I sit with friends?
The wedding ceremony is general admission seating in the theatre, and the ushers will seat you on a first come, first served basis. The wedding reception consists of table seating for 8-10 guests, and the hostess will seat people based on the number of guests in their group to fill each table. The best way to ensure group seating at the reception is to purchase your tickets together. We are not able to add more than 10 chairs to the table, so larger groups will be split in two. If you do not purchase your tickets together, you can notify the hostess at the start of the reception, and we will do our best to seat you together, if at all possible. Again, the best way to ensure group seating at the reception is to purchase your tickets together.