“Italian Bred” - The Hit Theatrical Comedy

Starring Candice Guardino

Saturday, June 13th 8pm

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All tickets bought for this event will be for RESERVED seating.
***WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE Seating Is Available Online***
Also, if you need reasonable accommodations, please call our Box Office: 781.646.4849

Doors will open for seating…

...at 7:15PM


All ticket prices include an embedded $3.00 Facility Fee
SEATS PRICES: $25.00 | $35.00 | $45.00
[Ticketing Surcharge is added ONLINE, BY-PHONE and AT-THE-BOX-OFFICE]
$45.00 ...for OUR BEST SEATS that are in the FRONT FIVE ROWS of the FIRST-FLOOR Center Section, and on the Sides ROW-A to ROW-D
$35.00 ...for OUR PREFERRED SEATS that are in Center ROWS-F to ROWS-L, on the Sides ROW-E to ROW-L, and ROW-AA in the Balcony
$25.00 ...for OUR PRICE-VALUE SEATS that are in the Center ROWS-M to ROWS-O, on the Sides ROW-M to ROW-P, and ROW-BB to ROW-GG in the Balcony



Within this 85 minute theatrical comedy and having written down everything her loving and outspoken grandmother ever uttered, Candice Guardino slips in and out of her family impersonations as she cooks up a full meal of growing up NY Style. Italian Bred also features virtual cameos from Vic DiBitetto, Steve Schirripa (Sopranos), Mario Cantone (Sex and The City) and more!  This Hit Theatrical Comedy is fresh off Sold-Out in NJ, LA, NY, FL and Chicago. A show for the whole family that is not to be missed!

About Candice Guardino

“NYC’s rising funny girl,” writer, actress and storyteller Candice Guardino, is quickly making a name for herself in the entertainment industry with her creative brand of comedy and family humor that’s captivating audiences, through impersonating multi-dimensional characters she has created as well as her phenomenal singing voice. Candice was born in Brooklyn, NY and raised in an Italian family that always spoke at full volume. She grew up singing, dancing, and performing weekly recitals for her family in the living room. As a child, Candice knew she either wanted to perform for a living, or marry John Stamos. After realizing “Full House” had been cancelled (and she got tired of watching the re-runs), she later enrolled into the Musical Theatre & Dance Department of Wagner College in Staten Island. After graduating with a BA in Musical Theatre, Candice moved to NYC to pursue her dream of working in “show biz.” Throughout her career of performing and originating roles on stage in the heart of Broadway, Candice has written screenplays, dramas, sketch comedies, and sitcoms.