‘The Sopranos’ actors ready to kill it at the Patchogue Theatre in February


Big Pussy is coming to the Patchogue Theatre — and he’s bringing his friends.

Early in 2023, actor Vincent Pastore, who infamously played mobster-turned snitch Big Pussy on HBO’s crime drama “The Sopranos,” will take the stage for a 90-minute show that will include fellow cast members Michael Imperioli, who played Christopher Moltisanti and Steve Schirripa, who portrayed the lovable — and huggable — Bobby Bacala.

The Saturday, Feb. 4, presentation of “In Conversation With The Sopranos” will be hosted by comedian Joey Kala. The iconic actors will share stories from the time they played ruthless mobsters on the hit series that ran from 1999 to 2007.

Spoiler alert: They will talk about how really did eat all that yummy Italian food served during almost every episode.

Fans in attendance will have the opportunity to interview the cast members during the Q&A portion of the show. All topics are on the table, including theories on the show’s controversial series finale.

Tickets for the show at the Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts are $59-89.

“In Conversation With The Sopranos” has “intimidate” crowds in venues across the United States, and in June toured in England and Scotland over the summer, presenting to sell-out audiences at playhouses in London and Glasgow. Previously, the live show toured in Sydney and across Australia.

Arguably the best television series of all time, “The Sopranos” earned 21 Emmy Awards and collected five Golden Globes during its six-season run. The series centered around New Jersey mob boss Tony Soprano, as he wrestles personal and professional challenges that wreak havoc on his mental health and lead him to seek psychiatric counseling.

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