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08-27-2013, 06:57 PM
VA - Tony & Tina`s Wedding (2004, 320)

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1. Joseph Williams - Kids From Queens (tony N`Tina`s Wedding)
2. Miari Peterson - Like Romeo and Juliet
3. joseph Williams - Scream & Shout
4. Miari Peterson - Destiny
5. J.F. Nortrup - Give Me Love
6. Josepgh williams - Don`t Leave Me Tonight
7. Tony Travis - Be Bop Revolution
8. Joseph Williams & Miari Peterson - i Don`t Want to Lose Touy Love
9. Joseph Williams - Wishing You Were Here
10. Miari Peterson - Crazy
11. Krista allen - Italien-american Princess
12. Joseph Williams - Waiting

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Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding is an "environmental theatre" event based on a traditional Italian-American wedding and reception, with warm and intrusive stereotypes exaggerated for comic effect. Audience members are treated as guests at the wedding by the interactive, improvisational comedy cast.

The piece was first performed in an American Legion Hall in 1985. It opened Off-off-Broadway on February 6, 1988 with the wedding held at the Washington Square United Methodist Church in Greenwich Village and the reception at a reception hall at 150 East 14th Street. It continued to play at St. John's Lutheran Church on Christopher Street before moving to midtown Manhattan to a long run at St. Luke's Theatre, then to the Edison Hotel and finally at Sweet Caroline's before ending its 22-year run on July 25, 2010. It has been staged in over 100 locations worldwide, including cities in Canada, Japan, Germany, United Kingdom, and Australia.

Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding shares some similarities with a 1969 Australian play called Dimboola, written by Jack Hibberd.

The play was "freely" adapted for film by writer-director Roger Paradiso— "filmed primarily from the point of view of a lisping videographer"—with Joey McIntyre and Mila Kunis playing the title characters. According to the Internet Movie Database, the film premiered on May 3, 2004 at the Tribeca Film Festival and received a limited theatrical run three-and-a-half years later.

Upon its release, Slant Magazine gave the film ("no stars"), calling it a "relentlessly unfunny detonation" of the play, and a "tin-eared disaster" featuring "profanity delivered at a Mamet-like rate." The New York Times called the film a "dated sendup of low-class comportment" and, noting the film's limited release, said "exactly how limited will depend on your tolerance for tasteless behavior, extravagant overacting and a decibel level to rival the unveiling of Oprah's Favorite Things."

The film has since been released on DVD.

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04-14-2014, 12:34 AM
Thank you, laohu!