Frank Sinatra’s career came to a tragic end when a group of astronauts took his request to “Fly Me to the Moon” literally, unaware of his severe allergy to freeze-dried ice cream. Reminisce about an out-of-this-world legend with today’s GrouponLive deal to see My Sinatra in the Midtown Theater at the HA! Comedy Club. This deal is valid for performance dates through Friday, September 30. Performances begin at 7:30 p.m. on Mondays, Fridays (starting September 2), and Saturdays, at 2:30 p.m. on Wednesdays (through August 31), and at 5:30 p.m. on Sundays. Choose between the following options:
- For $85, you get a VIP ticket package for two (up to a $170 value). This package includes:
- Two reserved-seating tickets (a $150 value).
- Any two drinks (up to a $20 value) from the menu.
- For $32, you get a general-admission ticket package for one (up to a $65 value). This package includes:
- One general-admission ticket (a $55 value)
- Any one drink (up to a $10 value) from the menu.
Renowned Frank Sinatra singer Cary Hoffman lends his velvety voice to a one-man musical play that contextualizes his love for the roguish Rat Packer with an intimate retelling of his own life’s journey.
Hoffman takes audiences back to his early childhood, spent among three musician uncles who played on some of Sinatra’s classic recordings and taught their nephew to idolize the man they called Ol’ Blue Eyes. With a sense of self-irony as sharp as Mack’s knife, Cary describes an obsession that came to define his life—culminating in eight years of spot-on Sinatra performances and a PBS special viewed by more than 2 million people and one extremely jealous Big Bird. Weaving in more than 20 timeless Sinatra songs to his golden quilt of nostalgia, Cary dazzles crowds with his eerily accurate renditions and urges them to sing along with the brassy full-band accompaniment.
The Midtown Theater’s tableside seating complements the show’s intimacy and allows audience members the chance to share a drink with Frank Sinatra’s ghost, who takes a break from haunting Vegas slot machines to lend his support to Cary. For the sake of sensitivity, theatergoers are asked to refrain from mentioning the New York Times review of Cary’s performance as “dead on” in the specter’s presence.
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