STATEN ISLAND — A one-man version of "A Bronx Tale" is being staged in New York — though not in the borough you'd expect.
Actor Chazz Palminteri is taking his solo performance to Staten Island's Snug Harbor Cultural Center in Livingston.
The one-night-only show on September 29 will feature Palminteri playing the parts of multiple characters in the true stories that inspired the 1993 movie, which he wrote and starred in.
The play will give audiences a look at how the Academy Award nominated actor took the stories from his youth in the Bronx during the 1960s and turned them into an acclaimed stage production and movie.
VIP ticket holders will have an after-show cocktail hour, where Palminteri will be on hand to answer questions.
The show is brought to Snug Harbor by The Harbor Lights Theater Company, a non-profit company on Staten Island.
The performance starts at 8 p.m. at Snug Harbor's Musical Hall.
Tickets will be available by phone at Ovationtix Box Office, 866-811-4111, or online at Harbor Lights website. They cost $49, $69 or $129 for VIP tickets.
All proceeds go to Harbor Lights.