The Broadway musical A Bronx Tale is now offering a limited number of $32 tickets via a digital lottery for select performances at the Longacre Theatre, 220 West 48th Street.
The lottery opens at midnight on the day of the performance and closes at 9 AM for matinee performances and 2 PM for evening performances. Winners are notified within moments of the drawing and will have two hours to pay for tickets online via credit card. Lottery tickets must be picked up at the Longacre 30 minutes prior to the performance. A photo ID is required.
The seat locations and number of tickets awarded by the lottery are subject to availability. Seat locations may be partial view. For more information, visit ABronxTaleTheMusical.
A limited number of $39 general rush tickets (limit two per customer, may be partial view) continue to be available at the opening of the box office each day, subject to availability.
Academy Award nominee Chazz Palminteri recently joined the cast in the role of Sonny, performing Tuesdays at 7 PM, Wednesdays at 2 PM and 7 PM, Thursdays at 7 PM, and Fridays at 8 PM. Tony nominee Nick Cordero continues to play the role of Sonny on Saturday and Sunday performances.
The cast also includes Richard H. Blake (Jersey Boys) as Lorenzo, Adam Kaplan (Newsies) as Calogero, Hudson Loverro (A Bronx Tale) as Young Calogero, Gerald Caesar (The Lion King national tour) as Tyrone, Lucia Giannetta (Les Misérables) as Rosina, Levi Smith as the Young Calogero alternate, and Christiani Pitts (Broadway debut) as Jane.
The ensemble features Joe Barbara, Michael Barra, Brianna-Marie Bell, Jonathan Brody, Ted Brunetti, Brittany Conigatti, Trista Dollison, Alex Dreschke, Rory Max Kaplan, Janelle McDermoth, Shannon Mullen, Robert Neary, Brandi Porter, Paul Salvatoriello, Joseph Sammour, Joseph J. Simeone, Joey Sorge, Dani Spieler, Cary Tedder, Kirstin Tucker, Keith White, and Christopher Henry Young.
The musical has a book by Palminteri, music by Oscar, Grammy, and Tony winner Alan Menken, and lyrics by Grammy winner and Oscar and Tony nominee Glenn Slater. It is directed by two-time Oscar winner Robert De Niro and four-time Tony Award winner Jerry Zaks, with choreography by Tony nominee Sergio Trujillo.
The show is produced by Tommy Mottola, the Dodgers, Tribeca Productions, and Evamere Entertainment.