The Rat Pack epitomised cool in the 1960’s. Their impromptu sell out shows caused a stir and attracted the rich and famous, it was a must have ticket to see these guys joke around and sing some of the finest songs ever written.
The Definitive Rat Pack are best known as the original cast members of The Rat Pack – Live from Las Vegas who have now created their own and more personal show. They are undoubtedly some of the world’s finest interpreters of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. available. Other acts and shows have followed in their wake, often riding off their success, but simply lack the one necessary ingredient to make it special; which is the ‘tour de force’ that are Stephen Triffitt, Mark Adams and George Daniel Long. To call them a tribute act or impersonators would truly undervalue the years of experience and dedication they have put into their portrayals. These guys are ‘The Definitive Rat Pack’ as for more than 10 years they have faithfully re-created that era.
"Devised and written by Mitch Sebastian , the show is an affectionate tribute to the three unique singers, but it's also an ironic evocation of a certain era in American life. That said, there's something simple and unpretentious about The Rat Pack that catapults it beyond mere Retro Night At Canadian Idol status."NOW MagazineGlenn Sumi
Ran at the Canon Theatre from October 5, 2004 – November 14, 2004.
Stephen Triffitt, Chris Mann: Sinatra; Mark Adams: Dean Martin; Rashad Naylor: Sammy Davis Jr.; with Monique Lund, Christine Sahely, Andrea Wingelaar, Adam James, Georeg St. Kitts, Brad Spencer, Cathy Current