FRANK The Man The Music Debuts For One-Night-Only
May 4, 2014 at
Crooner Bob Anderson, Musical Director Vincent Falcone and Broadway Producer Stephen Eich bring authentic concert recreation to Las Vegas,
with a 32-piece orchestra
TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW
A theatrical production honoring the life and music of the legendary Frank Sinatra, FRANK The Man The Music will take the stage for one-night-only, Sunday, May 4 at 7 p.m. inside the Venetian Theatre.
Conceptualized and brought to life by an all-star creative team, FRANK The Man The Music is the most authentic recreation of a Frank Sinatra concert in recent history. Produced by Broadway veteran Stephen Eich and starring the most revered Frank Sinatra tribute artist in the world, Bob Anderson, the production benefits from musical direction by Sinatra’s own Vincent Falcone, and features an impressive 32-piece live orchestra.
“Our goal in hosting this showcase is to find a permanent home for FRANK The Man The Music,” said its star Bob Anderson. “We are confident that this production will provide a new spark on The Strip, filling a void for an upscale and authentic Sinatra tribute show.”
Transformed by the same Oscar-nominated makeup artist who aged Brad Pitt in “The Curious case of Benjamin Button,” Anderson (as Sinatra himself) takes audience members on a dramatic musical journey through some of the famous crooner’s greatest hits, from “Come Fly With Me” and “One for my Baby” to “My Heart Stood Still” and “My Way”. Along with the impressive orchestra, the production will play only on Sunday, May 4 as part of a showcase to book a more permanent Las Vegas showroom.
Public interested in attending may order tickets through The Venetian Box Office. Tickets to FRANK The Man The Music on Sunday, May 4 at 7 p.m. are complimentary and can be reserved on a first-come-first-served basis by calling 702-414-9000.