BWW Review: A QUEEN FOR A DAY Is a Combination of Superior Storytelling and Knockout Performances

BWW Review: A QUEEN FOR A DAY Is a Combination of Superior Storytelling and Knockout Performances

Opening May 3rd at Theatre at St. Clement's Off-Broadway, Michael Ricigliano Jr.'s A QUEEN FOR A DAY is a whirlwind of powerful performances. The new mafia drama stars David Proval, The Sopranos and Bullets Over Broadway star Vincent Pastore, Portia, and David Deblinger, and continues performances through July 26th.

Open on an abandoned warehouse in Jersey: Giovanni (Proval) is a seemingly everyday man with connections to the mafia via his brother Pasquale (Pastore). Giovanni is part of a one day immunity deal ("A Queen for a Day"), under interrogation by fearless steal-trap Portia, only with the aid of his attorney, played by Deblinger. A series of knockout performances play out in an explosion of emotions, strength, plot twists- A QUEEN FOR A DAY is a must for any fan of mafia drama and top-quality theatre.

A QUEEN FOR A DAY opens May 3 running through July 26, 2015 at Theatre at St. Clement's (423 West 46 Street). Tickets are $49-$99 and can be purchased by visiting www.AQueenForADayPlay.com, or by calling Ovationtix (866) 811-4111.


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