Vincent Pastore and fellow “Sopranos” alumnus David Proval will rejoin the mob next month in “A Queen for a Day,” the mafia-themed play that’s making its world premiere Off Broadway in April.
Proval plays a made man struggling with the decision to give up his brother, a crime boss played by Pastore. The title of Michael Ricigliano Jr.’s play refers to the immunity deal that the feds can strike with a criminal to allow for immunity in exchange for a confession that helps nab others on the wanted list.
Pastore recently appeared in the short-lived Broadway musical version of “Bullets Over Broadway.” He’ll star in “Queen for a Day” along with Proval, David Deblinger and single-monikered actress Portia.
John Gould Rubin directs “Queen for a Day,” produced by Jackson Leonard Prods. in a run that begins previews April 14 prior to a May 3 opening at Off Broadway’s Theater at St. Clement’s.