Are You A Fan Of New York City Political History? If So, On May 23rd Mayor Fiorello La Guardia Will Come Alive!

By | April 30, 2018


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May 23rd In Manhattan, Acclaimed Actor Tony Lo Bianco Performing In His One-Man Show The Little Flower, WILL BE TRANSFORMED INTO NYC Mayor Fiorello La Guardia!

All in support of the 501(C)(3) Heroes To Heroes Blue whose mission is preventing suicide among police officers and other law enforcement professionals who suffer in much the same way that combat veterans do!

What are celebrities saying* about Tony Lo Bianco’s past performances?

Bill de Blasio: Tony Lo Bianco had me at hello! The best tax-deductible $100 I ever spent!

Jimmy Fallon: I was transported back in time. Tony IS Mayor Fiorello Laguardia!

Joe Piscopo: If I could only see one performance this year, The Little Flower is it!

Tickets Are Limited So Learn More And Buy Yours Now Here

Wine Reception at 6PM, Show at 7:30 and Q&A with Tony after! A limited number of seats are still available…

*What we believe these celebrities will say after the performance if/when they attend!

Read actual reviews of Tony’s performance from the likes of former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg at the link above and below.

May 23rd You Will Enjoy A Reception Prior, Acclaimed Actor Tony Lo Bianco In His One-Man Show With Q&A After AND, You Will Be Raising Money For Heroes To Heroes Blue Fighting To Prevent Police Suicide Though An Incredibly Successful Program Based-In Spirituality!

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Need A Little More Information First?

Heroes To Heroes Blue teams up with award-winning writer, director, producer and actor Tony Lo Bianco to host an exclusive performance of The Little Flower to benefit the nations police at-risk for suicide.

This renowned one-man show is set in the 1945 City Hall office of Fiorello H. La Guardia, during his final day as three-term mayor of New York City.

Lo Bianco is an award-winning stage, film and television actor best known for his roles in the cult classics The Honeymoon Killers, God Told Me To, and The French Connection with Gene Hackman. Fans will also recall his performances in Blood Brothers with Richard Gere, Heat with Clint Eastwood, Oliver Stone’s Nixon with Anthony Hopkins, and The Juror with Alec Baldwin and Demi Moore. Lo Bianco’s most recent films include 2011’s Kill the Irishman alongside Vincent D’Onofrio, Val Kilmer and Christopher Walken, and 2013’s Send No Flowers with Sean Young and Gianni Russo.

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