A Bronx Tale

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Los Angeles, CA Hollywood Pantages Nov 6 - 25, 2018 Get Tickets
San Francisco, CA SHN Golden Gate Theatre Nov 27 – Dec 23, 2018 Get Tickets
Dallas, TX AT&T Performing Arts Center Dec 26, 2018 - Jan 6, 2019 Get Tickets
Denver, CO Buell Theatre Jan 8 - 20, 2019 Get Tickets
Ft. Myers, FL Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall Jan 23 - 27, 2019 Get Tickets
Tampa, FL Straz Center for the Performing Arts Jan 29 – Feb 3, 2019 Get Tickets
Greenville, SC Peace Center Feb 5 - 10, 2019 Get Tickets
Nashville, TN Tennessee Performing Arts Center, Andrew Jackson Hall Feb 12 - 17, 2019 Get Tickets
Minneapolis, MN Orpheum Theater Feb 19 - 24, 2019 Get Tickets
Fayetteville, AR Walton Arts Center Feb 26 - March 3, 2019 Get Tickets
Oklahoma City, OK Civic Center Music Hall March 5 - 10, 2019 Get Tickets
Chicago, IL Nederlander Theatre March 12 - 24, 2019 Get Tickets
Washington, DC The National Theatre March 26 - 31, 2019 Get Tickets
Boston, MA Boston Opera House April 2 - 14, 2019 Get Tickets
Charlotte, NC Belk Theater at Blumenthal Performing Arts Center April 16 - 21, 2019 Get Tickets
Cleveland, OH Playhouse Square, Palace Theatre April 23 - May 12, 2019 Get Tickets
Madison, WI Overture Center May 14 - 19, 2019 Get Tickets
Fort Lauderdale, FL Broward Center for the Performing Arts June 11 - 23, 2019 Get Tickets
New Haven, CT Shubert Theater June 26 - 30, 2019 Get Tickets
Ft. Worth, TX Bass Performance Hall July 23 - 28, 2019 Get Tickets
Kansas City, MO Starlight Theatre July 30 - Aug 4, 2019 Get Tickets

Based on the critically acclaimed play that inspired the now classic film, this streetwise musical will take you to the stoops of the Bronx in the 1960s—where a young man is caught between the father he loves and the mob boss he’d love to be.

A Bronx Tale is directed by two-time Academy Award® winner Robert De Niro and four-time Tony Award® winner Jerry Zaks, written by Academy Award nominee Chazz Palminteri, with songs by eight-time Academy Award winner Alan Menken and three-time Tony Award nominee Glenn Slater, choreography by Tony nominee Sergio Trujillo, and produced by music mogul Tommy Mottola, The Dodgers (Jersey Boys, Matilda) and Tribeca Productions, and Evamere Entertainment.