“How Alfo Learned To Love Women”

Nov 14, 2014 734

The applause from a sold-out audience enjoying the family friendly comedy "How Alfo Learned to Love Women" last week (at the National Opera-America Center) should reassure all Italian-American dramatists that you don't need gangsters, molls, or mob bosses to draw a crowd.

Like the character Guido Contini in "Nine" by Mario Fratti, New York City playwright Vincent Amelio's frisky Alfo Idello has an addiction to women. The dilemma Alfo faces is that he must get married to inherit the family's Italian bakery and continue the tradition of his grandfather, the founder of the Idello Bakery.

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