Tina (Marilia Angeline) and Tony (Joe Ferraro) get married in a scene from Tony n' Tina's Wedding.
Tina (Marilia Angeline) and Tony (Joe Ferraro) get married in a scene from Tony n' Tina's Wedding.
(© Michel Delsol)

Full casting has been announced for the upcoming 25th anniversary off-Broadway revival of Tony n' Tina's Wedding, the granddaddy of interactive theater shows. Performances are set to begin March 13, with opening night scheduled for April 28. As in the original production, the show begins with a traditional wedding ceremony at Chapel at Jacqueline Onassis High School, with a journey through Times Square and reception at Guy's American Kitchen & Bar immediately following.

Featured in the wedding party are Marilia Angeline (Valentina Lynne Nunzio as the Bride), Joe Ferraro (Anthony Angelo Nunzio as the Groom), Chloë Patellis (Connie Mocogni as the Maid of Honor), Sam Masotto (Barry Wheeler as the Best Man), Emily Dinova (Donna Marsala as Bridesmaid), Gregory Cioffi (Dominick Fabrizzi as Usher), Marissa Perry (Marina Gulino as Bridesmaid), and Chris Lazzaro (Johnny Nunzio as Usher & Brother of The Groom).

The Bride's Family will be made up of Denise Fennell (Josephine Vitale as Mother of the Bride), John T. Lynes (Joseph Vitale as Brother of the Bride), Gus Theodoro (Luigi Domenico as Great Uncle of the Bride), Silvana Mastrolia (Rose Domenico as Aunt of the Bride), and Courtney Brooke Lauria (Sr. Albert Maria as Cousin of the Bride). The Groom's Family includes Rick Pasqualone (Anthony Angelo Nunzio as Father of the Groom), Debbie Pingitore (Madeline Monroe as Mr. Nunzio's Girlfriend), and Annie Rachele Lanzillotto (Grandma Nunzio as Grandmother of the Groom). Friends of the bride and groom include Brad Martocello (Michael Just as Tina's Ex-boyfriend), and Tim Monaghan (Father Mark as The Parish Priest).

As the "Hired Help" are Al Quagliata (Vinnie Black as the Caterer), Susan Campanaro (Loretta Black as Wife of the Caterer), Concetta Rose Rella (Nikki Black as Daughter of the Caterer), Tiffany Dawn Chilcott (Pat Black as Sister of the Caterer), Kyle Axman (Mike Black as Son of the Caterer), Chris DePierro (Mick Black as Brother of the Caterer), Anthony Fett (Rick Demarco as the Video Man), Michael Gargani (Sal Antonucci as the Photographer), and Micah Spayer (Donny Dulce as the Wedding Singer).

The new production takes advantage of the latest advances in social media. According to producer Joe Corcoran, "Just like guests at a real wedding, our guests are encouraged to share their experience with friends and loved ones through Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Vine, live from the show!"

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