Nothing is more New York -- not even slices of pizza or erratic taxi drivers -- than Frank Sinatra, and That's Life. With today's deal from Off-Broadway's "My Sinatra," you can hear the supremely talented Cary Hoffman deliver a "dead-on" (The New York Times) impression of Ol' Blue Eyes. Pay $30 (regularly $60) for a ticket to this "absolutely incredible" (WABC radio) one-man show about a singer's lifelong idolization of the Chairman of the Board. Taking us back to his childhood -- Hoffman grew up fatherless, with three musician uncles who constantly played Sinatra classics -- this pure talent croons more than 20 Sinatra numbers, including One for My Baby, Fly Me to the Moon, and Luck be a Lady with a talented piano player backing him. The way you'll feel after the show versus before -- it'll be Night and Day.
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON June 30, 2017
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON July 1, 2012
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One Ticket to "My Sinatra"
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