Skip to main content Skip to footer site map

Photo Flash: In Rehearsal with De Niro, Palminteri, Zaks & the National Tour of A BRONX TALE

Rehearsals began this week in New York for the upcoming North American Tour of A Bronx Tale, the new musical featuring a book by Academy Award nominee Chazz Palminteri, music by Oscar, Grammy, and Tony Award winner Alan Menken, and lyrics by Grammy Award winner and Oscar and Tony Award nominee Glenn Slater, directed by two-time Oscar winner Robert De Niro and four-time Tony Award winner Jerry Zaks, with choreography by Tony nominee Sergio Trujillo.

Get a look at the company in action below!

Following rehearsals in New York, the Company will have technical rehearsals and performances at the Auditorium Theater in Rochester, NY and performances at Proctors in Schenectady, NY in advance of the Official Tour Opening at the Hollywood Pantages in Los Angeles, CA on November 8, 2018. For tour dates and more, please visit www.ABronxTaleTheMusical.com.

The full cast of A Bronx Tale, which features 11 alumni from the Broadway production, is led by Joe Barbara as Sonny, Richard H. Blake as Lorenzo, Joey Barreiro as Calogero, Michelle Aravena as Rosina, Brianna-Marie Bell as Jane, Antonio Beverly as Tyrone, Frankie Leoni as Young Calogero, and Shane Pry as Young Calogero Alternate.

A BRONX TALE's ensemble will feature Mike Backes, Michael Barra, Sean Bell, Joshua Michael Burrage, Joey Calveri, Giovanni DiGabriele, John Gardiner, Peter Gregus, Haley Hannah, Kirk Lydell, Ashley McManus, Chris Messina, Robert Pieranunzi, Brandi Porter, Kyli Rae, Joseph Sammour, Paul Salvatoriello, Brittany Williams and Jason Williams.

For tour dates and more, please visit www.ABronxTaleTheMusical.com.

Photo Credit: Jeremy Daniel

A Bronx Tale
Jerry Zaks (Director), Sergio Trujillo (Choreography), Alan Menken (Music) and Chazz Paminteri (Book) with Shane Pry (Young Calogero Alternate) and Frankie Leoni (Young Calogero)

A Bronx Tale

A Bronx Tale
Jerry Zaks (Director)

A Bronx Tale
Chazz Palminteri (Book), Robert De Niro (Director) and Jerry Zaks (Director)

Regional Awards

Related Stories

More Hot Stories For You


Players' Ring's MOONGLOW to Move to The Firehouse Center in OctoberPlayers' Ring's MOONGLOW to Move to The Firehouse Center in October
September 24, 2022

The Players' Ring of Portsmouth's new hit comedy MOONGLOW, by Jack Neary, will be presented for four performances only at the Firehouse Center for the Arts in Newburyport on October 6-9, co-produced by the Actors Studio of Newburyport and the Players' Ring.

Mt Tabor Arts to Present Jordan Wolfe's NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD! THE MUSICAL! in OctoberMt Tabor Arts to Present Jordan Wolfe's NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD! THE MUSICAL! in October
September 24, 2022

Back by popular demand, Jordan Wolfe's NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD! THE MUSICAL! is a sidesplitting rock n' roll comedy sendup of the legendary 1968 zombie film. Performances are October 7 and 9 at 7pm.

Photos: First Look at Burning House's CHERRY JAM At IRT TheatrePhotos: First Look at Burning House's CHERRY JAM At IRT Theatre
September 24, 2022

Production photos have been released for Burning House's upcoming production of 'Cherry Jam,' a play on Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard. This new adaptation features 6 actors and runs a swift 85 minutes - it's kind of like Chekhov, but not.

VIDEO: Watch Lin-Manuel Miranda Wish Norman Lear Happy Birthday Through SongVIDEO: Watch Lin-Manuel Miranda Wish Norman Lear Happy Birthday Through Song
September 24, 2022

Watch the video Lin Manuel Miranda sent to Norman Lear on his 100th Birthday, featuring a performance of a rewritten version of Al Jolson's 'April Showers.'

Virginia Children's Theatre and Roanoke Arts Commission Host GOLDEN KEY SCAVENGER HUNTVirginia Children's Theatre and Roanoke Arts Commission Host GOLDEN KEY SCAVENGER HUNT
September 24, 2022

Virginia Children’s Theatre and the Roanoke Arts Commission have designed a Golden Key Scavenger Hunt to connect downtown businesses with area arts and cultural organizations. The Golden Key Scavenger Hunt takes place in Downtown Roanoke now through October 8.