Join the Bronx Tale Cast at Fight Call to Prep for the Big Biker Scuffle

Fight choreographer Robert Westley joins the show's actors to demonstrate their most dangerous onstage moments.

Broadway's A Bronx Tale, directed by Tony winner Jerry Zaks and Oscar winner Robert De Niro, is set against the backdrop of racial strife and organized crime in 1960s New York City, so unsurprisingly, a more than a few punches are thrown. What does it take to create gritty, realistic-looking fights for a Broadway musical? TheaterMania went behind the scenes with fight choreographer Robert Westley and more for a firsthand look.

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