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DINNER WITH THE BOYS to End Off-Broadway Run Later This Month

The off-Broadway comedy and DINNER WITH THE BOYS starring Dan Lauria (LOMBARDI, "The Wonder Years" and "Sullivan & Son"), Ray Abruzzo (Little Carmine from "The Sopranos") and Richard Zavaglia (DONNIE BRASCO) will end its limited engagement Sunday, June 28.

Produced by Pat Addiss and Olympus Theatricals, the now cult classic, DINNER WITH THE BOYS is a comedy by the beloved actor and writer Dan Lauria that opened May 4 at the Acorn Theatre at Theater Row (410 W. 42 St.) in New York City. It will have played 15 preview performances and 64 regular performances at the time of closing.

DINNER WITH THE BOYS is a comedy about two wise guys from the old neighborhood who find themselves at odds with the family and must serve up perfectly seasoned results with their puttanesca in order to escape danger themselves. As they await their own fate in 'the wilds of New Jersey,' this Italian odd couple reflects on their days of glory while preparing dinner for special guests, all the while wondering, "will this meal be their last supper?"

DINNER WITH THE BOYS was most recently presented to considerable acclaim and a sold out engagement at The New Jersey Rep in Long Branch.

DINNER WITH THE BOYS is directed by Frank Megna with scenic design by Jessica Parks; costume design by Patricia E. Doherty; lighting design by Jill Nagle; and sound design by Matt Kraus.

DINNER TUESDAYS with the cast June 16 and 23

DINNER WITH THE BOYS is partnering with Tony's Di Napoli Times Square, New York's favorite family-style Italian for a special offer: Dinner with the stellar cast following Tuesday performances. The full package for one person, including a theater ticket, is $129 ($220 value). Ticket buyers will attend the show at the Acorn Theater at Theater Row (410 West 42nd Street) at 7pm followed by actual dinner with the boys at 9pm at Tony's Di Napoli Times Square (147 West 43rd Street).

Photo Credit: Joan Marcus



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