In 1960, an unlikely group of entertainers took to Las Vegas to film a movie and perform two shows per evening together. No one would have ever guessed that their partnership would turn into one of the greatest (and most well-known) acts that the entertainment industry would have ever known, as well as some of the original partiers among the Las Vegas Strip! The Rat Pack, as they were coined, was the group that truly molded Las Vegas into “The” entertainment capital of the world.
Comprised of Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., and Dean Martin, The Rat Pack was more than an entertainment act. They were a representation of multiethnic American democracy, where class was replaced by “class.” The Rat Pack redefined the “American cool.” They were a melting pot of different backgrounds, races, religions, and more…showing that true talent has no boundaries.
Today, you can relive this amazing and historic trio in the Las Vegas show “The Rat Pack is Back!” Hailed as being the next best thing to seeing the original Rat Pack, themselves, “The Rat Pack is Back” is a perfect impersonation of the personalities, talents, and camaraderie that these three men shared.
Using acting, singing, and comedy to portray Frank, Sammy, and Dean, the performers in this show nail dead-on vocalizations and situated mannerisms of the original Rat Pack. Guests should make sure to keep their eyes peeled for any “visitors” to the Las Vegas show. Who knows, famous Rat Pack groupies, such as Marilyn Monroe, might just make an appearance at your show!
Going into their 17th year on the Vegas Strip, “The Rat Pack is Back” sends guests back to the iconic Copa Room of the Sands Hotel where the amazing journey for Frank, Sammy, and Dean first began. Singing solo classics and unforgettable group sets, the men of “The Rat Pack is Back” showcase exactly why Las Vegas was (and continues to be) the hippest place on earth for anyone who was anyone. Their coolness, charm, and stage demeanor truly create a spiritual reincarnation of the original Vegas legends. Enjoy hits such as “My Way,” “Mr. Bojangles,” “Luck Be a Lady,” “Fly Me To The Moon,” “New York New York,” and more!