They Said It Wouldn't Last: Tony n' Tina's Wedding Ends Off-Broadway May 1

News   They Said It Wouldn't Last: Tony n' Tina's Wedding Ends Off-Broadway May 1
Off-Broadway's long-running interactive comedy Tony n' Tina's Wedding — which closed its doors May 18, 2003, then returned Oct. 2 — has announced that it will end its run on May 1, following 4,905 performances.

Tony n' Tina's Wedding, the popular production that includes the raucous Italian-American wedding of Anthony Nunzio and Tina Vitale followed by an even more raucous sit-down reception with meal, runs at St. Luke's Church (ceremony) and Vinnie Black's Coliseum at the Edison Hotel (reception) in downtown Manhattan. Produced by Joe and Dan Corcoran, Tony n' Tina's Wedding was created by the improv comedy troupe Artificial Intelligence. After exchanging vows at St. John's Church in Greenwich Village for 10 years, Tony n' Tina's Wedding moved to St. Luke's and the Edison in August 1998.

The show has gone through more than 100 tons of pasta and 60,000 bottles of champagne in its 16-year history. T&T currently plays in ten other cities and has played in over 120 total cities and countries, including Seattle, Baltimore, Kansas City, Australia, Germany and Britain.

For tickets to Tony n' Tina's Wedding, call (212) 352-3101 or visit the show's website at

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