Chazz Palminteri Will Join Bronx Tale Cast at BroadwayCon

BroadwayCon   Chazz Palminteri Will Join Bronx Tale Cast at BroadwayCon
 
The new doo-wop musical opened on Broadway December 1.
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Bobby Conte Thornton, Nick Cordero, and the cast Joan Marcus

The cast and creators of A Bronx Tale: The Musical will take part in a January 29, 2017, panel at BroadwayCon.

Set to participate are Chazz Palminteri (book) and Glenn Slater (lyrics), as well as actors Nick Cordero (Sonny), Richard Blake (Lorenzo), Bobby Conte Thornton (Calogero), and Ariana DeBose (Jane).

A Bronx Tale: The Musical is based on Palminteri‘s book and film about growing up in the mafia, also features music by Alan Menken (Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin).

Co-presented by Playbill, Mischief Management, and Anthony Rapp, the one-of-a-kind weekend includes panels, performances, one-on-one star moments, seminars, autograph and photo sessions, a booming Marketplace, and other activities.

BroadwayCon returns January 27–29, 2017, at the Javits Center. Get BroadwayCon tickets here.

BroadwayCon 2017 will feature panels, performances, interviews, workshops, singalongs, and more, all packed into an epic three-day weekend. In the past our panels have included previews from the next shows to hit Broadway, conversations with the casts and creatives of this season’s hits, and discussions featuring the industry’s top producers and designers, not to mention the giant opening performance, the nighttime concerts, and the dance parties.

BroadwayCon 2017 will also include stars and artists from Frozen, Hamilton, War Paint, In Transit, The Great Comet, Waitress, School of Rock, Newsies, Dear Evan Hansen, Once On This Island, Hedwig, Fiddler on the Roof, Phantom of the Opera, A New Brain, Wicked, Allegiance, Grease, Cinderella, If/Then, Something Rotten!, Rent, and more.

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