Cover: $35 per person // Show: 8:00pm
THE SOUNDTRACK OF OUR LIVES
Performing to sold out shows in NY, Florida and Las Vegas, Al Sapienza of "SOPRANOS" fame, and Deborah Rennard from CBS’s "DALLAS," sing the songs that shaped their lives and careers, and share the “stories” of how they navigated their way through the entertainment industry to get where they are today. The result is an autobiographical journey including songs from BEATLES to BROADWAY, STREISAND to SINATRA, NEIL DIAMOND to SIMON AND GARFUNKLE and more. With the Joey Melotti quartet, they celebrate the power of music and pay tribute to the artists and songs that have inspired their lives and careers
Al Sapienza is best known for his role as MIKEY PALMICE in “THE SOPRANOS”, MARTY SPINELLA in “HOUSE OF CARDS”, and DET. RAYMOND TERNEY in “PERSON OF INTEREST”. Presently, he can be seen in theaters as LUCA PANTONI in the hit film “THE ART OF RACING IN THE RAIN.” On TV he can be currently be seen playing TOMMY BRATTON in the hit USA series “SUITS”. Upcoming projects include a pilot for BET called “SACRIFICE”. On Broadway Al played RINGO STARR in the Broadway Musical “BEATLEMANIA” and played DR. JAKE HOUSMANN in the North American Premiere musical version of “DIRTY DANCING.” Other recurring TV roles include MAYOR FRANK PANZERELLA in “BROTHERHOOD”, STERLING MCKAY in “PURE”, and Sec. Of Defense MARCUS TRENT in “JACK RYAN.” Look for him in the upcoming feature film “FONZO” playing TOM HARDY’S brother RALPHIE CAPONE.
Deborah Rennard spent 10 years playing JR Ewing’s secretary, SLY, on the hit TV series, “DALLAS” and she starred opposite Jean Claude Van Damme in “LIONHEART”, for Universal. She has done recurring roles on “DAYS OF OUR LIVES”, “SILK STALKINGS”, “DUE SOUTH” , “FAMILY LAW”, “MICHAEL HAYES”, “KUNG FU”, “HARDCASTLE AND McCORMICK” and “SHOW ME A HERO”. She played CYNTHIA at the Pasadena Playhouse, in “CARNAL KNOWLEDGE”. She co-produced “EZ STREETS” for CBS, “IN THE VALLEY OF ELAH” for Warner Independent, and “3RD PERSON” for SONY. Her play “ENOUGH” was read at NYSAF and optioned Off-Broadway at the Peccadillo Theater Company. Her play “FOR WORSE” was read at NYSAF, produced at NJ Repertory Company, and is currently being developed for an off-Broadway run in 2020.