Chazz Palminteri (A Bronx Tale) Stars in New Drama Unorganized Crime
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Three of the modern era's most fascinating personalities -- Founding Father Thomas Jefferson, Victorian novelist Charles Dickens and Russian revolutionary Count Leo Tolstoy -- are brought together in a blistering battle of wits for the ages in Discord. From Scott Carter (executive producer of Real Time with Bill Maher) comes this whip-smart new comedy that examines what happens when great men of history are forced to repeat it. Called "funny and thought-provoking" by the Los Angeles Times, the play takes the form of a meticulously -- and hilariously -- crafted debate among Jefferson (Larry Cedar), Dickens (David Melville) and Tolstoy (Armin Shimerman), who find themselves locked in an interrogation room until they can reconcile their vastly opposing theological differences. Learn More
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I thoroughly enjoyed the play! I loved the intimacy of the theater. The story was not predictable. The acting was great. I loved watching such a seasoned actor as Chazz Palminteri as Sal. Elizabeth Rodriquez as Rosie was a powerhouse!
Quotes & Highlights
“Every time Chazz Palminteri sashays into Unorganized Crime as Gotham mob scion Sal Sicuso, cool and sardonic, seething with banked menace, you can’t take your eyes off him.” — Variety
“Like the best of its kind, it’s Greek tragedy reimagined through a modern lens.” — The Hollywood Reporter
“D’Aquila[’s] … writing and performance make Gino, especially, a sympathetic and interesting antihero …” — Los Angeles Times