Rescigno brothers to return with comedy act

the-rescignos-4MILTON – Following a sold out performance in July, twin brothers and Delaware natives Robbie and Paul Rescigno return to The Milton Theater to perform their brand new holiday show, ‘There’s Rescigno Place Like Home for the Holidays,’ for one night only on Sunday, Dec.11 at 7 p.m.

In ‘There’s Rescigno Place Like Home for the Holidays,’ the duo continue their tradition of celebrating the season with a new comedy show complete with new songs written this year by Mike Hadge, Adam Podd and Paul Rescigno, Nate Weida, and Wes Zurick.

After graduating from Milford High School, Paul and Robbie attended Syracuse University where they premiered their comedy show in 2006. Since then, they have performed to sold-out crowds in cities across the country, earning rave reviews and winning both the Nightlife Award and Bistro Award in New York City.

Joining the Rescigno boys are actors John Anderson, Peter Dagger, Mary Falkenstern, Caitlin Thurnauer, Jason Shelton and Rebecca Weiner with music direction by Adam Podd. The performance will include a special appearance by Robbie and Paul’s sister, and fellow Delawarean, Tricia Rescigno.

“We’ve been doing a new holiday show every year for the past eight years, but this is first time we are literally bringing it home for the holidays,” said Robbie.

Paul added, “It’s like that old song. The one about coming home for the holidays. Which I guess is all of them. So all of those old songs.”

For more information, visit the Rescignos online at therescignos.com.

Tickets are $20-25 each and available online at http://bit.ly/2dGXtsZ.

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