Beware the show that questions too plainly your grasp of the obvious. “This is a Bronx tale,” a young man sings at the beginning of A Bronx Tale, based on Chazz Palminteri’s semiautobiographical one-man play that inspired the Robert De Niro-directed 1993 film adaptation.
Theater was the birthplace of drama — but you won’t find any of it backstage at the new Broadway musical A Bronx Tale.
“We’ve all heard stories about big arguments between collaborators,” says legendary actor Robert De Niro, who is co-directing the production with four-time Tony winner Jerry Zaks (Six Degrees of Separation). “But that ain’t gonna happen with me and Jerry. We have a harmony here that can’t be tampered with.”
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