Cincinnati Sinatra: Ol' Blue Eyes to croon at General Butler
Thursday, January 31, 2013 10:00 AM
General Butler State Resort Park Dinner Theater kicks off the season with a tribute to three iconic entertainers.
"The Cincinnati Sinatra," performed by Matt Snow, takes the stage around 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 9 at the Conference Center, the park's programs supervisor Tanya Supplee said. The dinner buffet opens to guests at 6:30 p.m.
The longest-running Frank Sinatra tribute act, Snow takes the audience through Sinatra's entire career from his "Early Years" in 1939 to 1950 to his "Comeback Years" in the 1950s. The show also features tunes from the "Very Good Years" of the 1960s and the "Final Curtain Show," which highlights the last few years of Sinatra's career until his death in 1998.
Snow performs throughout the country as a full-time entertainer. Recently featured in a Las Vegas series show, he portrays Sinatra and Dean Martin, who will also be part of the tribute show.
Marilyn Monroe, portrayed by a female performer, will also make an appearance during the event in February.
The Sinatra tribute will be the first of three dinner theaters at General Butler in 2013.
"We have traditionally gone with tribute themes or tribute performers," Supplee said of the shows.
Another event will be held in November, while an additional dinner theater on New Year's Eve will be added to the schedule. More information about those events will be released when scheduling is confirmed.
Tickets for February's dinner theater are on sale until noon on Feb. 8 for $40 plus tax. Seating is assigned for the event, and tickets are required for admission. Tickets are available at the Lodge front desk or by phone at (866) 462-8853.