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Invitations are out for “the ultimate dinner theatre experience:” the interactive “Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding” at the Chandler Center for the Arts March 23 through 28. Members of the audience play the roles of “Tony” and “Tina’s” family and friends. “These are roles we have all been practicing, every time we go to a real wedding,” explains CCA’s Marketing Coordinator Judi Johnson. “For the ultimate dinner theatre experience, eat, drink, dance, converse and allow yourself to be caught up in the wedding celebration activities. This all-inclusive evening of entertainment will be something you and your friends will be talking about for many years to come.”

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YOU’RE INVITED: Be part of the “wedding party” at “Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding” at the Chandler Center for the Arts March 23 through 28.

The idea for “Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding” was originally conceived at Hofstra University while Mark Nasser and Nancy Cassaro, the original Tony and Tina, were undergraduates in the drama department. They made up the characters and would often improv with each other, acting

out the roles of an Italian boyfriend and girlfriend from Queens. In February 1988, the first commercial production was presented in Greenwich Village, where it ran for the first 11 years.

A video clip is available at www.youtube.com/watch?v=qUGrxMsF26Q&feature =player_embedded.

Tickets are $55 for “Friends & Cousins” and $65 for “Family.” CCA is located at 250 N. Arizona Ave. in downtown Chandler. Call the box office at 480-782-2680 or visit www.chandlercenter.org.

March 20 - April 3, 2010

All invited to ‘Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding’ Area artwork in new TCA gift shop

A number of artists from Chandler, Gilbert and Tempe have original artwork available in the new Tempe Center for the Arts fine art and gift shop, which opened earlier this week.

Chandler artists include Mary Poindexter, Anita Bonesteel Dice, John Priddy, Alice Van Overstraeten, Karen Kacie, Bonnie Lou Coleman, Lynda Kenner, Sarah Brodie and Laurie Fagen. Gilbert artists include Sandra Neumann Wilderman, Michael Hayslip, Adrienne Buffington, Suzanne Chudnoff and Tara Beth Jensen, with Tempe’s Evelyn Gholson and Chris Kane. Operated by the Friends of the TCA, the TCA Art Shop has fine art, fine craft jewelry and wearable art. The TCA Art Shop, located inside the main entrance to the TCA, will be open for special and private events as well as regular hours.

TCA is located at 700 W. Rio Salado Pkwy., along the Tempe Lake, south of the 202 Loop Freeway.

For information

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NOW OPEN: The new TCA Art Shop is open at the Tempe Center for the Arts, operated by the Friends of the TCA. Friends President Gail Fisher, left, and volunteer Laurel Hardin of Chandler, help set up the new fine art and gift shop.

info@FriendsofTCA.org or visit www.friendsoftca.org.

Info@ArtOnBoston.com.

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