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Tony n' Tina's Wedding - 1988 - Off-Broadway

Get yourself invited to TONY N’ TINA’S WEDDING, now celebrating its 17th Hilarious Year in New York! At TONY N’ TINA’S WEDDING you don’t just watch the show…you are the show. It’s an all-inclusive event where you’re treated like one of the family.



The event begins with the side-splitting ceremony where anything can happen (and usually does!). Then, it’s time for the most hilarious wedding reception you’ll ever attend! You’ll enjoy a full Italian meal, raise a champagne toast, eat the wedding cake and dance the night away at the party you and your friends will be laughing about for years to come. The show stars "Tina," the headstrong 20-something party girl bride with an attitude – and "Tony," the rowdy, handsome, yet charming groom-to-be.



Other hilarious characters emerge from this quirky cast, which includes an entire wedding party of guests ranging from "Connie," the pregnant maid of honor, to "Father Mark," a priest who thinks he's hip. As the evening unfolds, the only guarantee is that there will be plenty of drama all around.

Schedule

Running Time: 2 hours and 30 minutes, with no intermission

St. Luke's Theatre

(New York, NY)
308 West 46th Street
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by BWW News Desk - November 10, 2009
As previously reported, the off-Broadway production of Tony N' Tina's Wedding became plagued with drama several weeks ago, after Local 802 - the union representing professional musicians - filed suit with the National Labor Relations Board against the producers of the production, claiming that they breached their contract with the union by shutting out their members from the show since October 17th, replacing them with a musical track.
by BWW News Desk - November 9, 2009
Drama at the Wedding! According to a report in the New York Times this morning, Local 802 - the union representing professional musicians - has filed charges against the producers of the long-running Tony N' Tina's Wedding with the National Labor Relations Board for replacing contracted musicians with a recorded music track.