Swinging with THE RAT PACK!
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When Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. hit the stage, it was always a “swingin affair”! “Swinging with THE RAT PACK!” is a fun-filled 60 minute music
al celebration that re-creates the magic of The Rat Pack, and is as close as you can get to hanging out in the front row at the Copa!!
“Luck be a Lady”, “That’s Amore”, “The Lady is a Tramp” and
“Candy Man” are just some of the timeless classics you’ll enjoy during the show along with a whole lotta ring-a-ding-ding!!!
Just like the original Rat Pack, the show is completely spontaneous and full of ad-libs…making it a must see…over and over again!!
Jesse Posa as Frank Sinatra
Jesse Posa is a graduate of the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University and studied acting at the Lee Strasberg Instititute. He appeared in Phillip Carlo’s Off-Broadway production of “East of Evil” starring Frank Vincent and Tony Sirico of “The Sopranos”. Jesse is one of the leading Frank Sinatra impersonators in the country and has appeared at numerous corporate events and private affairs. He has performed as “Frank Sinatra” on stage at Radio City Music Hall, in the Off-Broadway production of “Sinatra & Friends” and at BB King’s in Times Square NYC in “Party with the Rat Pack”. He recently flew to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates to appear at a surprise 80th birthday party….it was gas!!
Joe Perce as Dean Martin
Joe Perce was the 1987 CLEO Award Winner for Best Male Performer in a commercial for Pontiac’s Trans Am. He has appeared in dozens of commercials including “Snickers” (Competitive Edge), “The Olive Garden”, “Mercedes”, “Suncom” and “E-Trade”. Joe’s credits include 25 years of improvisational comedy with such groups as “The First Amendment”, “Chicago City Limits”, “Comedy Mind Spill”, “Comedy Olympics” and “Assorted Nuts”. Joe was voted “BEST Improvisational Comic of 1989” by BACKSTAGE Magazine. Joe’s movie credits include “Black Rain”, “The Hidden”, “Bum Rap” the B-movie classic “Don’t Mess with My Sister” and the Sundance Award winning short, “Kings Day Out”. His television credits include the ABC pilot “The Bodyguards” with rappers Kid & Play, “Law & Order”, “The Equalizer” and appearances on Nickelodeon, MTV, Comedy Central, The David Suskind Show and NY1.
Lloyd Diamond as Sammy Davis Jr.
Lloyd Diamond was born and raised in New York City. As a child, Lloyd had a gift for doing impressions of Jerry Lewis, Richard Pryor and others. His comedy influences were Richard Pryor, Jerry Lewis, Bill Cosby and Eddie Murphy. His friends in high school encouraged him to pursue comedy. After high school, his brother took him to an open mic at the New York Comedy Club. Lloyd performed while in college and graduated with a BA in Sociology. Lloyd has appeared at the Comic Strip, Stand-up New York, Caroline’s, New York Comedy Club and Boston Comedy Club. He has appeared on the “Comedy TKO” segment on “Showtime at the Apollo”, “Good Morning America’s Make Us Laugh All Night Long” competition and “Chappelle’s Show”. Lloyd also appeared on “Jane Hanson’s New York” on NBC.