Chazz Palminteri, who stars in the one-man show he also penned, will be on hand to discuss the production, which is currently playing a limited engagement at the Walter Kerr Theatre through Feb. 24.
The one-man show — which the actor performed in Los Angeles and Off-Broadway in the late '80s that inspired the 1993 film of the same name — began previews at the Walter Kerr Theatre Oct. 4 and officially opened Oct. 25.
Go Productions, in association with Jujamcyn Theaters, produces the New York run, which is directed by Tony winner Jerry Zaks.
In the semi-autobiographical solo show, Palminteri plays 18 roles that depict "a rough childhood on Bronx streets populated by a cast of friends and enemies," according to press notes. For more information go to www.abronxtaleonbroadway.com.
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