The Soprano's Last Supper
The Soprano's Last Supper may have been the biggest thing going on television in the early 2000's. Here in Vegas in 2006, the HBO's Soprano's tribute show might be the best dinner show on the Strip. It's an interactive dinner theater show, full of surprises, fun and song - all reminiscent of the award winning television show.
'The Baritone family' performs in this wild satire which includes full dinner and dancing and has the audience sitting in on the mafia commission, getting inaugurated into the "family", and gambling with laundered money.
Tony Baritone, a.k.a "T", leads wiseguys, "The Feds", and the "goyles" into the hilarious plot. His wife, Carmela, knows he is unfaithful and his children are growing apart from him - but "The Don" struggles to regain closeness with his family and avoid getting "pinched."
The delectable dining is comprised of an Italian buffet with cuisine ranging from antipasto and pasta to meat dishes. And from the sexy Bada Bing girls to the singing of Kenny Silanskas, audiences have a reason to stay their attention and a reason to jump out of their seats and dance. It's an offer you can't refuse.