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The Triad
158 West 72nd Street New York City, NY 10023
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10 reviews
3 stars
There's no marquee so you'll have difficulty finding it. It's above a Turkish restaurant.
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"My Sinatra"
40 ratings
4.1 average rating
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2 reviews
0 stars
attended Feb 13 2010

Show was pretty good. Hoffman's voice is def not Sinatra, but still really nice to listen to. It's more of an obsession of a story. He is clearly obsessed with Sinatra, almost to a scary point. He did more of his older songs, and not as much of...continued

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8 reviews
22 stars
attended Dec 22 2010

Love Sinatra and his songs but this show did not meet my expectations. Only a few songs were performed and there was so much talking. The subject was not Frank but the life of the performer on stage - some content was funny but overall not that...continued

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6 reviews
13 stars
attended Nov 14 2010

Oh, this was great!!!I loved the Jewish memories and referrals and then the songs of Sinatra were so well done. He is funny and a great singer. I am going back to show my husband as we are great ballroom dancers who love Frank's foxtrots. We may...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

My Sinatra won a Goldstar Roar of the Crowd during its run at the Algonquin.
See the rave reviews from Goldstar members of an earlier run of this show.


Using more than 30 Sinatra songs, Hoffman creates a musical score to his and his hero’s life by weaving them into a compelling story of how an exquisite vocal obsession affected his life.

My Sinatra was concieved by Cary Hoffman; written by Cary Hoffman & Paul Linke; directed by Paul Linke; musical direction, arrangements, and incidental music by Bob Goldstone.