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"Swinging with THE RAT PACK!"

When Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. hit the stage, it was always a "swingin affair"! These enormously talented entertainers, known as "The Rat Pack", were the coolest cats to ever play Las Vegas…. or anywhere for that matter!

Now, three skilled New York actors are bringing the songs, the laughs and the charisma of Frank, Dean and Sammy back to life in "Swinging with THE RAT PACK!"

This trio of professionals is highly skilled in improvisation and live interactive performance. When they perform, they not only capture the look and sound of Frank, Dean and Sammy, but their irresistible charm and chemistry as well!

Just like the original Rat Pack, the show is completely spontaneous and full of ad-libs…making it a must see...over and over again!!

"Luck be a Lady", "That's Amore", "The Lady is a Tramp" and "Candy Man" are just some of the timeless classics you'll enjoy during the show along with a whole lotta ring-a-ding-ding!!!

"Swinging with THE RAT PACK!" is a fun-filled 90 minute musical celebration that re-creates the magic of The Rat Pack, with a very special guest appearance from Marilyn Monroe, and is as close as you can get to hanging out in the front row at the Copa!!

"Swinging with THE RAT PACK!" has performed at various corporate events and private affairs throughout the country. This show has thrilled audiences in casinos in Atlantic City, BB King's in Times Square and the Empire Casino at Yonkers Raceway. The Pack also flew to Dubai in the Middle East for a very special private performance which was a real "gasser"!

‘Rat Pack’ at Wood: Sold out, with good reason By Kate Austin Chronicle Arts Writer It was a cramble to find a single press ticket to Saturday’s soldout Rat Pack at the Wood Theater, but 98.5 WCKM, who presented the show with Hudson River Community Credit Union, came through for me. I’m glad they did. This show was spectacular.The performers not only sang with the spot-on voices of Frank inatra,
Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr. and Marilyn Monroe, but their swagger, look and banter were also tops.They kidded each other during the songs in a nimble comedic dynamic. Admittedly, these guys were big long before my time, but I’ve inherited an appreciation through the “eye-talian,” asDean and Frank joked, side of my family. A “tipsy” Dino flirted with the audience, with a quick wit — “What’s yourname, baby? Betsy? You can sew me a flag any time.” With a drink in one hand, a cigarette in the other, his crooning voice sounded just like the real thing. The fellow next to me even turned to me and said, “He hasn’t changed a bit! He sounds great!” Dean did throw in an anachronistic Viagra joke. Were he alive today, he likely would have done the same.Frank lit a smoke and took drags as he sang “One For My Baby (And One More For The Road)” in a touching spotlight solo. He invited two broads” from the audience onstage to sing “That’s Life” to, cracking jokes the whole time. For Sammy’s solo, he sang and danced to “The Candy Man,” then took off his jacket for a solemn “Mr. Bojangles.” He also sang “Black Magic,” while doing hilarious impersonations of Don Knotts, Marlon Brando, Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson, James Brown, Katherine Hepburn, Al Pacino, Jerry Lewis, James Cagney
and Louis Armstrong — in one song. His jokes about mopping the floor and asking if any of “his people” were in the room were a little uncomfortable, but that’s time travel for you. It’s exactly what Sammy kidded about, back when. The whole audience sang along to “That’s Amore,” and I’ll admit, I was moved to sing along at top volume. Marilyn crashed the party and sang a breathy, glamorous “Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend,” and then, “You Gotta Choose Me” with the boys. She sang another solo — “My Heart Belongs to Daddy,” after which she said, “Hello, Daddy!” to a fellow in the audience named Charlie, who she dragged on stage and sang, “I Want to be Loved By You” to while groping the poor guy. It might have been the funniest part of the show. Frank and Dino went back and forth with the fi rst lines of one of their own songs, goofi ng on the second line — “Return to me... I’ve got a sink full of dirty dishes,” sang Dean. Then, to end, a killer version of “Mack the Knife” and “New York, New York,” complete with audience members kicking in a chorus line.

The actors lined up afterward in the lobby to greet the audience, and suddenlyI felt like sobbing. My Italian grandparents and mom would have enjoyed this so much. It was all I could do to snap the above shot with a straight face and get out the door before the tears fell. My grandfather, Papa John, had that quick wit like Dino. He died a couple of weeks ago. This one’s for him and Nonnie. My Way and much, much more! Pack can be at your next party! Add a little Frank Sinatra swagger to
your next party, corporate event or special occasion by hiring this Sinatra Impersonator for your event!

Jesse Posa is one of the leading Frank Sinatra impersonators in the New York /New Jersey area and has been a big hit with audiences of all ages.

Jesse Posa performs as Frank Sinatra in the ultimate performance featuring the Chairman of the Board’s biggest hits. Summer Wind, Strangers in the Night, I've Got The World On A String, Fly Me to the Moon, My Way and much, much more!

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