Monday, November 7, 2011


The Mosaic Theatre Presents
Book by Eric Simonson
Nov 10 – Dec 4

Don't miss this story of legendary Green Bay Packers coach Vince Lombardi and his wife Marie. The play takes place mostly in November of 1965, when a young journalist from New York City, Michael McCormick, comes to live with the Lombardi family in order to write a story.

"You don't need to be a football fan to enjoy Lombardi!" - ABC NEWS

"If you're a football fan, it's a no-brainer." - NBC SPORTS

"I know nothing about football, but Lombardi held my interest from start to finish. An extremely well-crafted piece of intelligent theater." - WALL STREET JOURNAL

Directed by:    Richard J. Simon

  RAY ABRUZZO* (Vince Lombardi)  Most notably known as Little Carmine Lupertazzi for 4 seasons on HBO's groundbreaking, THE SOPRANOS.

  LAURA TURNBULL* (Marie Lombardi) was last seen at Mosaic Theatre in Tom Stoppard's Rock'N'Roll.

   ANTONIO AMADEO* (Michael McCormick) was last seen in Completely Hollywood (Abridged) and has recently completed a critically acclaimed run of A Round-Heeled Woman starring Sharon Gless at GableStage.

   SCOTT DOUGLAS WILSON (Paul Hornung) has been seen most recently in Henry V  at New Theatre.

  DONTE FITZGERALD* (Dave Robinson) is excited to be making his Florida debut with The Mosaic. As a native Wisconsinite and HUGE Packer fan, he's head over heels to get the chance to work on LOMBARDI.

  Skye Whitcomb* (Jim Taylor) was last seen localy as Patrick in In Development at New Theatre and is the artistic director of Outre' Theatre Company.

For the actors full bio's, please follow the link at the top of the post to The Mosaic Theatre's website.

Thurs and Fridays at @ 8PM
Saturdays @ 3 & 8PM
Sundays @ 2 & 7PM
Wednesday, Nov 23 @ 7PM


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