Date(s) - 12/05/2015
Location & All Show Dates
American Theatre Guild (formerly Theater League) (Fred Kavli Theatre)
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Website: American Theatre Guild (formerly Theater League) (Fred Kavli Theatre)
With their reliable charm and comedy, the Rat Pack is back for a spectacular holiday-themed concert showcase. Christmastime or any other time – when the Rat Pack is together it’s a party! The love, respect and bond that the group had emanates from the stage in a mix of classic Christmas songs, like “Let it Snow” and “The Christmas Waltz,” and timeless Rat Pack hits including, “Luck Be A Lady” and “Amore,” among many others.
Produced by Sandy Hackett, son of legendary comedian Buddy Hackett. The show critics are calling “Extremely strong and hugely entertaining” is comin’ to town with holiday swing! Enjoy those swingin’ Rat Pack tunes along with all your Christmas favorites in this fun, entertaining and touching holiday show. SANDY HACKETT’S RAT PACK CHRISTMAS includes classic songs and holiday favorites from Frank, Dean, Sammy and Joey — the Rat Pack!
Sandy Hackett’s RAT PACK CHRISTMAS will play at the Civic Arts Plaza December 5, 2015. Tickets are on sale now, start at $29, and are available online at BroadwayInThousandOaks.com, at the Fred Kavli Theatre box office, 2100 Thousand Oaks Blvd., or by calling 800.745.3000. Group tickets of 10 or more can be ordered by calling 1.866.314.7687.
Celebrate Frank Sinatra’s 100th birthday with the holiday spectacular, Sandy Hackett’s
RAT PACK CHRISTMAS There is ONLY one REAL Rat Pack Experience! From the producers and cast of the critically acclaimed show, which Broadway World (Kansas City) called, “The Best Show of the Year,” this holiday-themed theatrical production includes a mix of holiday classics, original Christmas songs and timeless standards.
Featuring Sandy Hackett as Joey Bishop, Lisa Dawn Miller as Ava Gardner, Angelo Babbaro as Frank Sinatra, Kenneth Jones as Sammy Davis, Jr. and Tom Wallek as Dean Martin.
Sandy Hackett’s RAT PACK CHRISTMAS is a fun, nostalgic, musical trip down memory lane. Don’t miss the show critics are calling “extremely strong and hugely entertaining!”