‘DiLuca’s Internat’l Pizza & Song’ opens Friday | TheUnion.com

‘DiLuca’s Internat’l Pizza & Song’ opens Friday

The cast of "DiLuca's International Pizza and Song," which opens Friday at Off Broadstreet in Nevada City.
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When: Opens Sept. 16

Six weeks only through Oct. 22

Friday & Saturday 8:15 p.m.

(Admission $27)

2 p.m.Matinee, Sunday, Oct. 9

(Admission $24)

RESERVATIONS: (530) 265-8686

Opening Weekend

Sept. 16 & 17

Complimentary Champagne before the show

(Also on Friday, Sep 16th Snacks and Door Prize Drawing)

A new show, DiLuca’s International Pizza and Song,” opens Friday at Off Broadstreet in Nevada City.

The show tells the tale of the latest generation of the DiLuca family, who welcome old friends to a 60-year reunion at their international pizzeria in Hanford that features pies with exotic toppings from around the world as well as singing waiters.

Through classic songs from the 1950s through the ’90s and humorous anecdotes, the family tells how they have prevailed for four generations against setbacks, intolerance and division.

DiLuca’s International Pizza and Song stars OBS familiars Kim Wellman and Kate Haight, joined by relative newcomers Jay Barker (Songbird Christmas 2015) and Kenny Miele (Dress Rehearsal 2016). Music includes wonderful old songs by Louis Prima, Dean Martin and Elvis as well as later hits by The Mamas and The Papas, The Beatles, Martina McBride, Queen and Joan Jett. Also fun choreography by Tina-Marie Kelley and some audience sing-along opportunities make this show a wonderful way to welcome the fall season.

Pre-show entertainment is provided by Chris Crockett beginning one hour before show time for all performances. DiLucaís International Pizza and Song continues Fridays and Saturdays through Oct. 22, with one 2 p.m. matinee on Sunday, Oct. 9. For further information or for show reservations, call (530) 265-8686, visit the Off Broadstreet website at http://www.offbroadstreet.com or email john@offbroadstreet.com.

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