|INDUSTRY READING OF "ALFO LEARNS TO LOVE" - THE PLAYER'S CLUB, MONDAY, JUNE 24th AT 7pm|
|Posted by: Official_Press_Release 09:35 am EDT 06/11/19|
|“A terrific tale of family and baseball and life."
-The New York Post
AL DENTE PRODUCTIONS
SALON INDUSTRY READING OF
“ALFO LEARNS TO LOVE”
A NEW ROMANTIC COMEDY BY VINCENT AMELIO
DIRECTED BY DENNIS GRIMALDI
WARREN BUB, PETER EVANGELISTA, ARMEN GARO & BRIDGET WINDER
THE PLAYERS CLUB
(16 GRAMERCY PARK SOUTH, NYC)
MONDAY, JUNE 24 AT 7:00PM
Al Dente Productions will present a salon industry reading of the new romantic comedy Alfo Learns to Love by Vincent Amelio. Directed by Dennis Grimaldi, the cast will feature Warren Bub, Peter Evangelista, Armen Garo and Bridget Winder. The reading will be held on Monday, June 24 at 7:00 p.m. at The Players Club (16 Gramercy Park South). For reservations and more information, please email email@example.com.
At age 15, Alfo had one magical kiss that sparked love. Since then, no woman can compare. At 35, Alfo is lost in a world of first dates. When Grandpa returns as a ghost, can he teach Alfo the meaning of love? Or will Alfo never learn and prevent Grandpa from seeing the pearly gates? In Alfo Learns to Love we enjoy love, laughter, and a little, sweet Italian cannoli.
The play was first produced in 2010 as part of the International Fringe Festival under the slightly longer title How Alfo Learned to Love Women. In 2015, the play was revised and mounted at 59E59 Theatre’s under the title How Alfo Learned to Love, where it received critical praise.
Vincent Amelio - One acts: Tough Guys Don’t Sew and Bonnie and Clyde Encounter Mrs. Crabtree produced by Nylon Fusion Theater Company. One-act version of Alfo Learns to Love produced on Theatre Row at the Acorn Theatre. Full lengths: How Alfo Learned to Love sold out Off Broadway at 59E59 Theaters, earning a glowing national review in The Huffington Post and a noteworthy mention in The New Yorker. One of the play's monologues is published in Best Men’s Stage Monologues of 2018. Alfo and His Sisters sold out at Adelphi University and in the NYC International Fringe Festival. Casabarka produced at Triskelion Arts, Brooklyn. Rookie Lifeguard’s Last Day produced at the American Theater of Actors. Vincent's newest play is Puppies & Nuns, a door-slamming farce. Vincent teaches literature and modern drama to high school students. He lives with his wife and daughter in New York, where he spends hours a week in a little league uniform, playing baseball in a league with dudes his age.
Dennis Grimaldi is a Producer, 5 Time Tony Nominee, 3 Time Tony Winner, Joseph Jefferson, Robert Whitehead, Carbonell, NY Film and Television Award Winner. Director: Looking for Mr. Right, tours of Man of La Mancha, (Jack Cassidy), Hello, Dolly!, The Robber Bridegroom (John Goodman), Gigi (Jean Pierre Aumont), The Star Spangled Girl. London West End: Sondheim’s Marry Me a Little, Look to the Rainbow, (Jack Gilford, Simon Russell Beale). NY reading Workshops Marty, Harry Townsend’s Last Stand (Len Cariou).
Armen Garo - Stage: Dead Souls (Trinity Rep - Adrian Hall), The Taming of the Shrew, Henry IV (R.I. Shakespeare Company); Off Broadway: How Alfo Learned to Love; Film: The Wolf of Wall Street, The Departed, Cafe Society. TV: “The Sopranos” (HBO), “Brotherhood” (Showtime), “Wu-Tang” (HuLu).
Peter Evangelista Stage (Regional): The Heist, 12 Angry Men, Native Gardens, Broadway, The Rascals, Once Upon a Dream; Film: Bully, Star Crossed Lovers.
Warren Bub is known for his recurring role of Dave Metzger on FOX’s “Gotham,” and also as Officer Barkley, directed by Oz Scott, the award-winning HBO min-series, “Show Me a Hero,” the pilot episode of the CBS show, Limitless, and Bull. In addition, his appearances include “Orange is the New Black,” directed by Jodie Foster. His film credits include the multi-award winning film Patti Cake$ (Cathy Moriarty) with Ralph Macchio in Lost Cat Corona and American Fango, the workshop production of the play Harry Townsend’s Last Stand starring Len Cariou, as well as in the workshop musical, directed by Karen Carpenter; Off-Broadway: The Renegade Theatre production of Lovers and Other Strangers, directed by Steven Van Zandt, My Big Italian Wedding and My Big Italiian Funeral, and Tennessee Williams’ The Mutilated.
Bridget Winder Stage: Gypsy, Design for Living (Theatre Tuscaloosa); TV: “Heroine Legends.”
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