Sandy Hackett's Rat Pack Show Brings Vegas
to the Cobb Energy Centre
Atlanta Examiner
By Andrew Snook

Sandy's Rat Pack

"Sandy Hackett's Rat Pack Show is not an impersonation show although the actors have the mannerisms of the icons they portray down pat. It is a show that pays homage to the Rat Pack, the era from which they came, the music they played and the smoke-filled lounges they performed on; all recreated with genuine affection and respect for the artists they are portraying."

"The whole premise of the original Rat Pack show was great entertainment created out of great friends playing around on stage. Sure there was some singing but the original show was not about song and dance; it was about how these guys interacted with each other and that's the way this show is too!"

"Sammy Davis Jr. finished the first half of the show with an original song written by Ron Miller, one of recent times most renowned songwriters and father of Lisa Dawn Miller, co-star and co-producer of the show. After the interval Frank Sinatra did several numbers including another Ron Miller song in duet with Lisa Dawn Miller, "Wasn't I a Good Time?" whose refrain looks to examine lost love with regret; brilliantly sung by Frank and Frank's One Love."