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“The Sopranos Last Supper” has got to be one of the best dinner show packages in Las Vegas. The interactive show emanates from the Riviera Hotel and Casino’s Comedy Club, but that’s just for starters, because patrons get to enjoy a fabulous authentic Italian dinner in the Ristorante Italiano located on the main casino floor. The restaurant is one of the legendary places in Las Vegas.
Despite its name, the show is a musical comedy, and the audience is encouraged to interact with the cast. Guests are brought into the act to dance and become part of the show. Dean Mauro, who plays Tony Soprano, in the show loosely based spoof of the hit show, keeps the pace while Howie Locke, who plays Paulie Wacknuts, is hilarious. Other cast members include Jim Hitzke, who plays Bobby Backlava, and fantastic singer Robin Berry as Dee Dee Diamond, and another excellent singer is Tony Mosti, who plays Nicco Biscotti.
It all works well with the Hit Man Band headed by Mario Basner, along with Keith Hubacher and Mike Gonzalez.
Tickets range from $70 without dinner up to $110 with dinner. Call (702) 734-5110 ext 9904 for more information.
My book of poetry entitled "Messages" was inspired by my dear friends C.J. Cansler along with Victoria Boone and Beryl Warren.
The group of poems along with some beautiful photographs are to inspire the reader.