Direct from New York, the world's #1 immersive theater experience, Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding, is coming March 27, 2020 to the Old Central Church at the Jacob Henry Mansion Ballroom, 20 S. Eastern Ave., Joliet. Proceeds from this unique performance will benefit Breast Intentions of Illinois. Tickets are now on sale through Breast Intentions at www.breastintentionsil.org . General seating tickets are $75. A limited number of tickets at the bride and groom’s tables are $100. All tickets include dinner, a champagne toast, and wedding cake.
A wide range of event sponsorships are also available through the Breast Intentions website. Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding is a festive celebration in which the audience doesn’t just watch a show but participates directly in the fun. Join Tony and Tina, along with their colorful and madcap Italian American families, as they tie the knot; then take your seat for the wildest, wackiest wedding reception you’ll ever experience.
You can kiss the bride, dance with the groom, and make friends with the family. Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding is an experience like no other. The hilarious Tony N’ Tina’s Wedding is the longest running Off-Broadway comedy in history.
Since opening February 14th, 1988 in New York City, this unique theatrical experience has won over the hearts of thousands of people, in over 100 cities worldwide, including Japan, Australia and throughout Europe. From the first toast to the last slice of cake, critics agree! You’ll want to RSVP today for Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding.
Since its inception in 2010, Breast Intentions of Illinois has raised and donated $160,000 to help about 125 breast cancer patients with rent, utility bills, medical and cosmetic needs, groceries, car payments, gas cards and insurance. Breast Intentions donates every penny raised to breast cancer patients.
The organization first formed in New Jersey in 2007 when two cousins saw the devastating effects of breast cancer on two family members who were diagnosed with advanced breast cancer.
Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding is produced by Joe Corcoran, Dan Corcoran and Karen Cellini; directed by Tony Lauria; and created by Artificial Intelligence.
To learn more, visit www.tonylovestina.com ; and www.breastintentionsil.org