The Phat Pack: Broadway Performers Sing American Standards, Las Vegas Favorites and More
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The last date listed for The Phat Pack was Sunday June 30, 2013 / 5:00pm (Doors Open at 4:30pm).
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We enjoyed the Phat Pack enormously!!! One of the most clever, humorous, and outstandingly talented shows we've found. The stars had amazing backgrounds, were quick paced, and fun! Would reccommend it to anyone, local or visiter. Can't often find talent like these have.
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Five Stars!!! Never seen more talent packed into 90 minutes of favorite music and clever humor. They should have a full house at every show. Only black mark goes to the publicist in charge of informing the world that the Phat Pack is second...continued
Come see The Phat Pack! Three Broadway Performers (formally with Phantom in Las Vegas) sing the great songs of Broadway, American Standards, Las Vegas favorites, along with some hilarious new original songs — and share some stories of their lives & careers!
This new 75 minute Las Vegas show tips its hat to the tradition of excellence & fun that Rat Pack brought to the Las Vegas musical scene of 50’s & 60’s — but brings it into the 21st century! The Phat Pack has received standing ovations at every concert and appearance so far! Come be part of the fun, and this great new musical experience!
_This show is appropriate for all ages of people who love music & having fun!
The Phat Pack:
Ted Keegan (The Phantom in “Phantom of the Opera” on Broadway and on Tour)
Randal Keith (Valjean in “Les Miserables” on Broadway and on Tour),
Bruce Ewing (Jinx in “Forever Plaid” on the National Tour and in Las Vegas)
Joey Singer (Debbie Reynold’s Musical Director for more than 25 years)