"My Sinatra" Coupons and Deals
Start spreading the news...50% off Cary Hoffman's enchanting one-man musical-comedy My Sinatra, only in New York, New York!
Why You Should Go: New York, New York, those vagabond shoes are longing to stray, right through the very heart of it, New York, New York. Relish the life and times of Mr. Frank Sinatra as his story unfolds on center-stage at the Off-Broadway musical My Sinatra. Why You'll Love It: Renowned for his unique take on Frank Sinatra, Cary Hoffman has turned his celebrated PBS Special, "My Sinatra," into a hilarious and poignant one-man musical play about how he used Sinatra's voice to find himself. Captivating audiences with his intimate journey through Sinatra's life, he explores what it was like growing up fatherless with three musician uncles, who played on some of Sinatra’s greatest recordings, turning Sinatra into a fantasy father. What to Know: My Sinatra is located at Sofia’s Downstairs Theater at 221 W 46th Street (between 7th and 8th Avenue). The Los Angeles Times calls My Sinatra “mesmerizing” and The New York Times calls it “Dead On.” Hoffman weaves in over 20 classic Sinatra songs, creating a musical score about his lifelong obsession. The London producer from the St James Theatre says that My Sinatra is "brilliant....like watching Jackie Mason and Sinatra in one person.
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.