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The Sopranos Live On in Las Vegas

Where: 3801 Las Vegas Blvd South [map], 89109
May 4, 2009 at 4:03 PM | by | ()

Lots of people come to Vegas looking for Big Pussy. After all, you only need to walk a few steps on the Strip before you’re confronted by any number of advertisements promising "All Nude Girls!" and "The Hottest Strippers In Town!" But if you’re really looking for Big Pussy in Vegas, there’s only one place to find it: The Soprano's Last Supper.

This Sopranos spoof at The Tropicana pulls in all of your favorite goombah characters—Sil', Paulie, Uncle Jun', Dr. Melfi, and the big man himself, Tony Soprano, for a 90-minute live show that incorporates singing and sing-a-longs, dancing, and interactive fun.

No word on whether James Gandolfini has paid a visit, but the show at least has the thumbs-up from one real live Soprano; Steven R. Schirripa, who played Bobby Baccalieri, Jr,. showed up last year to help the show celebrates its second anniversary.

It’s a one-of-a-kind experience, but you’ll pay for the uniqueness: general admission is $64.50 and a VIP ticket is $84.50, and includes an Italian (duh!) buffet meal in the aptly name "Cellar Room." For another $25 per person, you can upgrade to the open bar package. Group rates as low as $40 a person and buy-outs are also available.

The Soprano's Last Supper plays Tuesday through Saturday. Call (702) 733-8669 for tickets.

[Photo: Bill Lee III]

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