Tony Soprano is muscling in on Broadway.
Yasmina Reza's four-character play, which press notes describe as "a comedy of manners without the manners," is about the clash between two liberal, middle-class couples who meet after their sons are involved in a playground fight.
The production marks Gandolfini's first Broadway appearance since he played
The play opens March 22 at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre. It begins preview performances Feb. 28.
"God of Carnage" was a hit last year in London with a cast that included Ralph Fiennes and Janet McTeer. The director is Matthew Warchus, who also directed Reza's comedy "Art" in London and New York.