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Pulse of Vegas Blog Announces “Tony N’ Tinas Wedding” Move to Ballys

Posted by Levine Communications Office on April 26, 2012

Pulse of Vegas announcing Tony N Tinas Wedding move to Ballys


The last performance of “Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding” at the V Theater is May 26.

The always-unpredictable “Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding” will take up residence in the space formerly occupied by the Bally’s buffet, on the hotel’s second floor. (There’s still a buffet elsewhere at Bally’s, of course, the Sterling Brunch in the Bally’s Steakhouse.)

“Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding” is unique in that unlike traditional theatrical productions, it doesn’t take place on a stage. The show provides a wacky spin on Italian weddings, from the ceremony to the reception, and performers mingle with audience members throughout the evening. Cast members have a lot of leeway to improvise, which means audiences never get the same show twice.

Paris cake topper

Only remotely related: We love this cake topper you can get next door at Paris Las Vegas.

The show includes a full Italian dinner, which makes the former Bally’s buffet space especially convenient, as there’s a kitchen adjoining the room. The performance space will now be called the “Tony and Tina Room” in honor of the show. The new “Tony and Tina Room” has a great view of the Strip, by the way.

“Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding,” which we’re fairly sure should have an apostrophe in front of the “n,” too, has played in more than 40 American cities during its run.

Some facts we found interesting: Since opening in its original Las Vegas home at Rio Las Vegas(Feb. 14, 2001), “Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding” has served up 2.9 million glasses of champagne and 450,000 pounds of spaghetti. No, we did not do the math. We prefer to just parrot what publicists say. It frees up a lot of our time.

Bally's Las Vegas

Thanks for giving us an excuse to share our awesome photo of Bally’s Las Vegas again, Tony and/or Tina.

Brides and grooms may also want to note that couples who get married at any Caesars Entertainment hotel in Vegas get free admission to the show.

Now, that’s amore. Although we can’t be sure we used that word correctly. We are a Las Vegas blog, not an ethnologist.

We look forward to seeing this show again when it opens at Bally’s! We love us some Vegas newness. Oh, and wedding cake, of course.

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