(Friday) 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
51 N. Swinton Avenue
The Crest Theatre at Old
The Crest Theatre at Old School Square and Catch A Rising Star Comedy present Sopranos Night with GOUMBA JOHNNY and VINNY “BIG P” PASTORE.
Friday, March 2nd at 8 pm.
Tickets: $67/$47 (Premium/Regular Reserved); $400 (Premium Club Seating – Sold through Box Office only)
“GOUMBA JOHNNY” SIALIANO is a comedian, actor, and radio host who played for both the New York Jets and New York Giants. After retiring due to injury, he established “Broadway Bodyguards” and escorted celebrities such as Smokey Robinson, Sam Kinison, and Malcolm Forbes. With his natural quick wit and charm, Johnny has joined the ranks of other comedians by performing stand-up at popular comedy clubs like Catch a Rising Star, Caroline’s, Mohegan Sun, Foxwoods, and the Borgata. Many of you will fondly remember Johnny as the on air personality from WKTU – ‘back in the day’.
VINCENT “Big Pussy” PASTORE is best known for his starring role on HBO’s The Sopranos, and for being the first Captain to be whacked on the show. A former bar owner from New Rochelle, New York, Vincent discovered acting late in life and since it has become his calling. A versatile actor, he has appeared on Broadway in the smash hit, CHICAGO as Amos Hart, Woody Allan’s BULLETS OVER BROADWAY and in QUEEN FOR A DAY with David Proval. He has also appeared in several movies including Revolver, Gotti, This Thing of Ours, Mickey Blue Eyes, Mafia, The Jerky Boys, Made, Two Family House and Hurricane with Denzel Washington (to name a few). Vincent is a familiar face on television. Besides playing the character, Big Pussy Bonpensiero, on The Sopranos, Vincent has also made television appearances on NBC’s Ed, The Practice, Witness to the Mob, Law & Order, One Life to Live, General Hospital, Americas Most Wanted, Vegas and more recently Donald Trump’s Celebrity Apprentice and Shark Tank.
Vinny has graciously dedicated his time to the Lustgarten Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer/Mitchell Berke Memorial Fund, Light of Day for Parkinsons Disease, as well as benefits for World Hunger and the Connected Warriors, and will do anything for his fellow Sopranos Family. Each year, Vincent travels to Louisville, Kentucky to raise money for the policeman’s widows and orphans fund. Recently, Vincent was given a Congressional honor for being one of the First Responders on 9/11, was Grand Marshall Columbus Day Parade Morris Park 2015, and he was honored as Celebrity of the Year by the Boys and Girls Towns of Italy in 2016. The Bronx Hall of Fame inducted Vinny and honored him by naming a Street after him and the New York Transit Authority named him Man of the Year, 2016. In addition, the Westchester County Police “BLUE” organization, Steven Van Zandt’s Policeman’s Annual Ball, NJ Sheriffs Organization and the NYC PBA all have invited and honored Vinny as their special guest. And, in his spare time, he performs with his band, “The Gangster Squad”.