Comedic Production Based on the Cellino & Barnes Rift Back for One Night Only

Cellino V. Barnes is a comedy production loosely based on the true life breakup of local-celebrity injury attorneys Ross Cellino and Steve Barnes.

After sold-out runs at Union Hall (Brooklyn), the Alleyway Theater (Buffalo), and at UCB Sunset (LA), the new comedy Cellino v. Barnes is set to play The Bell House in Gowanus for one night only on August 3 at 7:30 pm.

Created by Michael Breen (Ross Cellino) and David Rafailedes (Steve Barnes), the play was inspired by the highly publicized break-up of longtime law partners and personal injury lawyers, Cellino & Barnes, who are well known for their commercials that feature the jingle “888-8888.” The production is directed by Hayley Huntley of Comedy Central’s REVIEW and TVLand's LOPEZ.

Head over to the event page for tickets and more info.

Cellino V. Barnes, The Bell House, Brooklyn, August 3rd
Cellino V. Barnes, The Bell House, Brooklyn, August 3rd
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