Enjoy a slice of Hollywood – In Conversation with The Sopranos
Question the Hollywood actors at In Conversation with the Sopranos. Fans of the award-winning TV series will be treated to a behind-the-scenes experience as cast members appear live in conversation. Buy or sell your In Conversation with The Sopranos tickets on StubHub today!
In celebration of 20 years of Don Antonio
The multi-award-winning American crime drama "The Sopranos" was created by David Chase for American TV and debuted in 1999, but it has a worldwide appeal that is still evident today. The show achieved cult status for its portrayal of an Italian-American mobster who struggled to balance his criminal activities with a family life. The show starred the late, great performer James Gandolfini as Tony Soprano with Edie Falco as his wife Carmela and protégé Christpher Moltisanti artfully portrayed by Michael Imperioli. Bobby "Bacala" was brought to life by Steven Schirripa and Vincent Pastore portrayed "Big Pussy" Bonpensiero. The drama played out in a psychiatrist’s office, with the antagonist Tony Soprano, family members, Mafia colleagues and even Mafia rivals all taking to the couch to share their troubles with the therapist. Join actors from this hit TV show as they regale the audience with tales from the making of the series and host a Questions and Answers session to complete the experience. In Conversation with The Sopranos tickets are available to buy from StubHub now.
Step up, wise guys!
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the cult show, In Conversation is a chance to hear never-aired stories about the making of the TV classic. Enjoy tales of the outtakes, the tight family-like bond created by cast and crew and, of course, the controversial finale. The hit show captivated worldwide audiences throughout its eight-year run and received countless awards including five Golden Globes. "Rolling Stone" magazine even listed it as one of the 100 greatest TV shows of all time! Leading actor James Gandolfini, who played Don Antonio, sadly passed away in June 2013 after suffering a heart attack at the age of just 51. His death was mourned in a unique performance of the hit song "Born to Run" by Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band and featured his Sopranos co-star Steven Van Zandt on guitar – a real treat for fans of the TV show, despite the sad circumstances. This is a unique opportunity to get up close and personal with leading actors and finally get the answers to your burning Sopranos questions. So be a "wise guy" and buy your In Conversation with The Sopranos tickets today!
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