The Chicago Syndicate: The Sopranos Last Supper
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Wednesday, December 13, 2006

The Sopranos Last Supper

Friends of ours: Soprano Crime Family

If you're tired of spending time with the "mob" at the shopping malls, then you'll likely welcome "doing some time" with the Sicilian Mob. "The Sopranos Last Supper" is now playing at the Krave nightclub next to the Aladdin hotel and the Desert Passage Mall. You will love this interactive comedic-musical spoof dinner theatre based on the popular TV series.

Mangia, mangia! While enjoying your four-course Italian buffet with cuisine ranging from antipasto and pasta to meat entrées you'll watch an on-stage roundup of trigger-happy wise guys and their girls. The star of the evening is the newly rechristened Tony Baritone (Lou Diamond) at his new place of business, the "Bada Bang Nightclub." Tony's invited you to his big going away bash. He's been indicted and is headed to the big house. You'll also meet Tony's associates, including Uncle Junior Baritone (Lou Bellomo), Christopher Moltensanti (Tom Lynch), Paulie Whacknuts (Frankie DeAngelo), Philly the Leotard (Michael Delano) and Bobby Baklava (Jim Hitzke). These guys are really funny (tip: it's safer if you laugh and play along...)

The "Bada Bang Girls" perform dance numbers especially for Tony and give the room an amazing charge of sexy energy. What really makes "Sopranos' Last Supper" a standout show is the dancing. So put on your dancing shoes, get on the floor and have fun (just don't reach into your pockets too quickly).

Audience members can dance with the cast members and each other. You'll be singing and dancing in conga lines to Italian-flavored favorites like "That's Amore" and "Che Sera, Sera." The cast of dancers look great up on the stage, and they handily execute interesting choreography, and are a pleasure to watch.

In addition to the dancing, the music is also a real crowd-pleaser. A great element to the show is sultry singer Dee Dee Diamond (Janien Valentine) who belts out danceable hit songs like "Dancing Queen." Valentine is very talented with a lot of wonderful credits behind her. With both her character and her incredible voice, she really enhances the production.

This is a really fun show. Show time is 6 p.m. Tickets are $98 plus tax, and that includes dinner and show. Make reservations by calling 702-733-8669 or (800) 944-5639.

Thanks to Len Butcher

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