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My Big Gay Italian Wedding - Off-Broadway

Planning a wedding can be Hell but planning to ruin a wedding can be a Hell of a lot of fun!

Lainie Kazan and Nikki Blonsky RSVP for the Atlantic City Premiere of My Big Gay Italian Wedding

Lainie Kazan and Nikki Blonsky RSVP for the Atlantic City Premiere of My Big Gay Italian Wedding
Lainie Kazan & Nikki Blonsky
Lainie Kazan and Nikki Blonsky join the Atlantic City premiere of 'My Big Gay Italian Wedding.'

Tony nominee Lainie Kazan and Nikki Blonsky will join the cast of My Big Gay Italian Wedding for the show's Atlantic City premiere on August 26-27 at the Hilton Hotel & Casino. Kazan and Blonsky will play the mother and sister of groom-to-be Anthony Pinnuziato (Wedding playwright and star Anthony Wilkinson), with Kim Sozzi and Judy Torress alternating in the role of Aunt Toniann. Sonia Blangiardo will direct.

My Big Gay Italian Wedding follows the antics of a close-knit Italian family after their gay son announces he's engaged. The parents will only agree to pay for the wedding if certain demands are met. When their requests appear impossible to fill, the grooms go to great lengths to convince the family everything is going smoothly despite the behavior of a jealous ex-boyfriend, a crazy wedding planner and more.

Kazan is a Tony nominee for My Favorite Year and has previously appeared on Broadway in The Government Inspector, Funny Girl, Bravo Giovanni and The Happiest Girl in the World. Her film and TV credits include Desperate Housewives, My Big Fat Greek Wedding, My Big Fat Greek Life, Beaches, The Nanny and The Big Hit. Blonsky is best known for starring as Tracy Turnblad in the 2007 film adaptation of Hairspray. She recently led the cast of TV's Huge and appeared off-Broadway in Love, Loss and What I Wore.

After a successful run in 2003 at the Actor's Playhouse, My Big Gay Italian Wedding returned off-Broadway on May 22, 2010. The show will play its final performance on August 20 at St. Luke's Theatre. The production currently stars Wilkinson, Sozzi, Chase Coleman, Erik Ransom, Adam Shorsten, Brett Douglas, Liz Gerecitano, Leah Gerstel, Randi Kaplan, Chad Kessler, Marissa Rosen, Meagan Robar, Joe Scanio, Joey Murray, Mike Russo and Tommaso Antico and has previously featured appearances by many celebrities including Lance Bass, Tabatha Coffey, Teresa Giudice and Reichen Lehmkuhl.

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