SANDY HACKETT'S RAT PACK SHOW Moves The Hit Las Vegas Production to The Sahara's Main Showroom For Nightly Performances at 5 p.m | CFM News
In a dynamic move that must be making the legendary Buddy Hackett beam up in comedy heaven, The Sahara in Las Vegas—by popular demand—is relocating his son's hit "Sandy Hackett's Rat Pack Show" from the Congo Room to the hotel's main showroom. It's the perfect prelude to the launch of the show's national touring company. The production has been recognized and distinguished as far more than a tribute show. It's a theatrical production with a strong narrative element that includes extraordinary, never-before-heard original songs written by Producer Lisa Dawn Miller's father, legendary songwriter Ron Miller. The shift takes place March 2 at the show's new daily time of 5 p.m., the perfect hour for both longtime fans and newcomers to the classic Rat Pack experience to enjoy highballs, hi-jinks and happy hour with Frank, Sammy, Joey and Dean! The new move allows for a greatly increased seating capacity to meet the escalating demand for this well-received, contemporary take on the beloved