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Sopranos Fans Should Definitely Have Dinner With the Boys

By Anjuli Johnson

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On Location Tours has teamed up with Dinner With the Boys, a new “killer” comedy running through June 28th at the Acorn Theatre here in NYC. If you enjoy mobster tales and dark comedy, you’ll love this play. I had the pleasure of seeing Dinner With the Boys last week, and trust me – it’s hilarious. Go see it and you can get a discount on our Sopranos Sites tour!

The play stars Ray Abruzzo, Dan Lauria, and Richard Zavaglia. All three of these talented actors have extensive experience on both the stage and the screen. Abruzzo is best known as Little Carmine Lupertazzi on The Sopranos, but has a slew of other impressive TV and film credits, most recently appearing in the season two finale of Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Lauria is most famous for playing Jack Arnold, the dad on The Wonder Years. He, too, has an incredibly long list of credits to his name, including recent roles in the TBS comedy Sullivan & Son and the Broadway production of Lombardi. Zavaglia was in Donnie Brasco and he’s performed on Broadway twice!

It’s quite a treat to watch these men on stage in a small, intimate theater. Just a warning though: Dinner With the Boys may leave you surprisingly hungry. (Once you see it, you’ll understand why I say ‘surprisingly.’)

Find out more about the play and its accomplished cast here. Don’t miss out on an evening of laughter with “the boys!”