Rat Pack comes to life at The Hanover
Telegram & Gazette
By Peter Landsdowne

Sandy Hackett's Rat Pack Show

"To end the first act of what is essentially a musical, Louie Velez provided his remarkable interpretation of Sammy Davis Jr. on a swinging version of Harold Arlen's “That Old Black Magic” and especially on Anthony Newley's “What Kind of Fool Am I,” belting out the lyrics just like Sammy used to do."

"Lisa Dawn Miller provided the encore to a standing ovation with a moving version of her father's “If I Could,” an inspirational song about parent-child relationships that was a nice touch on Mother's Day."

"As Joey Bishop, Sandy Hackett was the glue that held the show together. His hilarious stand-up routine had the crowd in stitches, as did his schtick in between songs."

"There are several Rat Pack shows out there, but if you're looking for authenticity instead of imitation, Sandy Hackett's Rat Pack Show is the one to see."