The Rat Pack are back from the dead, literally crooning their hearts out, for this concert event. Listen as Frank, Dean, and Sammy add a spookish spin to their hits, changing up their lyrics to honor their deadly lifestyles. More…
More comical than creepy, more entertaining than eerie, you'll hear all of your favorite Rat Pack tunes with an "undead" twist, including "Come Die With Me," "Monsters in the Night", "What Kind of Ghoul Am I?" and many more.
See it if you are a fan of Senatra, Davis, or Martin and enjoy intimate supper club show setting, don’t mind lame parody/cover of Rat Pack standards
Don't see it if you prefer fully costumed, staged, set, large cast theatre dramatic, comedic, or musical productions in traditional stadium theatre
See it if you want to see three talented young men who can really sing. I was dubious at first, but I ended up having a decent time. They are good!
Don't see it if you expect a serious Rat Pack tribute. In this one, they are zombies & the words to the songs have been changed, not all effectively.
See it if Very bad attempt with humor to bring back from the dead the glorious music of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin & Sammy Davis Jr..Some good singing
Don't see it if It was a dreadful show. Don't waste your time. Actually, run away now.
See it if you want a fun experience where each of the singers has a great voice. There is a clever use of the songs rewritten to feature the Halloween
Don't see it if You do not like to be in a cabaret setting where others & you can eat even though the food is fantastic!
See it if if you like music by Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr. and Dean Martin with a "Halloween" twist.
Don't see it if if you don't care for songs by the Rat Pack with a "scary-come-back-from-the-dead" twist.
See it if you want to recall the days of yore. The setting is perfect. The food is OK The staff is pleasant.
Don't see it if Some attempt to recreate the old days but "kinda feeble".Lighting designers need help. Singers are handicapped by the choice of dialogue.
See it if You enjoy parody. You're familiar w/American standards songs. You want a star turn from Erick Carter(Sammy). You like a cabaret setting.
Don't see it if You have no familiarity w/the American Standards or the Rat Pack. You dislike parody and/or Halloween themes. You want cabaret w/live music.
See it if you would enjoy well-known songs of the trio with new words that sometimes are hilarious and always reflect a Halloween/fright theme.
Don't see it if you want good impersonation, both looks & voice and you know the music and the pack. Lighting could be better and "dead" make-up is basic.
See it if It quirky, with ghoulish lyrics in the very nice cabaret setting. Want to see what Frank (Blue Eyes), Dean, Sammy may look like in as zombie
Don't see it if You want to hear someone who sounds like them. Short show.
See it if Time warp. Cabaret accessed through a mod '70s-airport-themed lobby w/ hanging beads to a seasonal '60s zombie Rat Pack hey-day parody.
Don't see it if It's a fright. And probably not in the way intended. Just as the pages of a joke-a-day calendar fall, so, too, will this Hallowe'en show.
Also No drink minimum in a shiny, new venue.
See it if you enjoy a witty remake of the Rat Pack's song's lyrics meant for Halloween. A little silly. Singers ok not great. Dean Martin done best.
Don't see it if you are a purist about the Rat Pack. I have seen much better imitations of Frank and Sammy.
Also Venue set up as café. Can order drinks and food.
See it if you enjoy fun parody type shows. The cast was fun and engaging and it was to great spend an evening with the Rat Pack from grave to stage
Don't see it if If you like full musicals with a full plot and story. This is not that kind of show. Also if you don’t like songs from yesterday.
See it if You see the title and think "this sounds like something I'd love." It's exactly what it sounds like, and on top of that, there's no minimum.
Don't see it if If it sounds dumb, it is. Prepare for lots of "SDJ is a Jew" jokes and some very cheesy alt lyrics.
See it if you'll enjoy hearing famous oldies sung with "Monster Mash-ish" lyrics, e.g., "What Kind of Ghoul am I?" by undead Sinatra, Martin, & Davis
Don't see it if you suspect the joke will wear thin quickly. Hey, for half an hour or so, it was fun, but after that, IMO, it grew tedious.
See it if You want a Halloween themed show. Some of the singers are great. It's very Las vegas/cruise ship kind of entertainment
Don't see it if You expect a story. You want consistent vocals. Some songs/perfomers better than others. The show is too short! 55 min?? Wtf
See it if you enjoy the music of the Rat Pack trio (Sinatra, Martin & Davis Jr.) with words to the songs altered to represent the living dead.
Don't see it if you do not enjoy legendary songs rearranged with ghoulish lyrics. Also, the play is very short, approximately one hour.
See it if You like ok singing in a night club atmosphere. This didn’t do it for me. I found the lyrics annoying rather than funny after the 1st song
Don't see it if You liked the original rat pack. These singers are not the same and the show was a bit boring to me.
See it if You like the Rat Pack and their music in a totally strange premise. Frank Sinatra-guy was great.
Don't see it if If you hate that kind of music or were expecting the show to be scary