Photo Call: "Sopranos" Stars Reunite to Celebrate New Mob Drama A Queen For a Day

News   Photo Call: "Sopranos" Stars Reunite to Celebrate New Mob Drama A Queen For a Day
 
Michael Ricigliano Jr.’s Queen For a Day officially opened May 3 at Theatre St. Clement's Off-Broadway, following previews that began April 14. The world premiere reunites fellow "Sopranos" mobsters Vincent Pastore, David Deblinger and David Proval.

A Queen For a Day, directed by John Gould Rubin, runs through July 26.

Set in an abandoned warehouse, the play centers on Giovanni (Proval), a mafia man who finds himself in an impossible position when asked to give up his crime boss brother as part of an immunity deal. Torn between love, loyalty and survival, Giovanni is forced into making the toughest decision of his life. According to press notes, "A Queen for a Day offers a glimpse into a world where loyalty is prized above all and there is nothing anyone would not do to protect their family."

The cast also features Portia ("The Sunshine Deli") and a creative team that includes Andreea Mincic as set designer, Bobby Tilley as costume designer, Isabella F. Byrd as lighting designer, Leon Rothenberg as sound designer, Libby Jensen as production manager and Erin Cass as stage manager.

Theatre at St. Clement’s is located at 423 West 46th St., New York. Tickets can be purchased online by visiting AQueenForADayPlay.com and calling (866) 811-4111.

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