Rated 4 out of 5 by JennyTX Enjoyed the show!
We saw the show Saturday night at Bally's in Las Vegas. We had great fun participating in it! Come with an attitude that you 'get' to be part of the play, part of the fun. All the actors intermingle with audience members, developing great one-liners and also spontaneous conversation with the 'real' people-- all the while staying in character as two competitive Italian families vie for bragging rights of who has the best side of the family: the bride or the groom. One difficulty is keeping up with the actions and conversations of the characters intermingling with audience wedding guests on the other side of the room. But then, at a real life wedding it would be that way. Kudos to the wedding singer! He was one character in almost all of the play; fine voice and personality for that role. All the stereotypical members of any family are in the play, even one or two 'black sheep.' So you don't have to be Italian to get it!! If you want to stay out of the action, don't see this show. Instead, go analyze a portrait on the wall of a museum. I'd recommend this show to friends.
July 20, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by Minneapolistraveler The show wasn't up to snuff...
I felt the theatre was worn and tired looking. The show had some great actors, but they really didn't interact with the crowd as much as I expected. I felt they could have had a wedding program like real weddings to help you follow along with what was going on, and to identify the characters. Unless you were seated in VIP which we were, you really had little action with the cast till the dancing. The food was okay and the wedding singer had a beautiful voice. The caterer was a stitch, we tried to be as involved as possible, but the whole thing fell a little flat. Some of the jokes could use some updating and the drunk guy was adorable, but it would have been nice to have connected him to the story somehow. I expected more improv from the cast. It felt rushed as another show was right behind ours and they needed to reset the space. I would have liked a little more time to get to know the folks from our table before the show started so we could feel more comfortable being involved in the goings on together. Dissapointing overall.
July 18, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by pete2u Not worth the price
Food was average. The acting good. It brought you into the wedding depending on where you were seated. Overall chaotic.
July 7, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by barkalot great fun
Wonderful food, the buffet dinner was excellent and the cast was so interactive, Really had a good time and most enjoyable
June 8, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by DonnaTH Fun Time!
We have been to Tony N Tina's Wedding twice. We enjoyed it both times. It's funny and you will have fun!
April 8, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by Viviang1 Very amateurish. Dull,predictable,boring.
The characters were not believable. The jokes were stale. Just a bunch of poorly performed "drunk" people
March 25, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by love4tennis not recommended
The concept sounded good on paper. It was poorly organized. 8 of us expected it to be more like a real wedding with more interaction dancing etc..it was not worth the cost. We got to the theater ( if you can call it that) and no one was available to tell us where to go. It was confusing because there was another show going on inside. We were dressed like a wedding and most other people were not dressed up at all! Very uncomfortable! The food was just ok. We purchased an upgraded menu but that was not the case. Everyone got the same thing. They didn't even provide water for us. The whole evening was a disappointment and we felt very rushed. A few laughs at most.
Would not recommend.
March 18, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by KellyM Great time.
Was super fun, I would totally do it again. Only wish it was longer.
March 17, 2015