A spoof on the hit series, The Sopranos’ Last Supper is an audience participation show that has a much funnier upbeat style than the TV show. This show is light and fun featuring some audience friendly gangsters and even a few seductive dancers. The price includes a cocktail hour and an antipasto appetizer which is served during the show. This isn’t your average Las Vegas show. So if you’re looking for something a little out of the ordinary, The Sopranos’ Last Supper is sure to please. Actors interact with the audience more than any other show in Vegas, leading to a night full of laughs.
You’ll really feel like you’re a part of the action as you are privy to all of these mobsters’ secret meetings. You will feel like a “made” man after watching the dancers strut their stuff. They’ll even encourage the audience to sing and dance along through out the night. The food is great and the fun is even better. There is nothing else like it anywhere else on the Strip. Sopranos’ Last Supper is great for fans of the show because it includes all your favorite characters: Tony, Sil’, Paulie, and all the rest. However, there is a good amount of adult content and this probably isn’t a good show to bring the kids to. So get a babysitter because you’ve never laughed in the face of danger like this before!
When you arrive, you are assigned to a table and from that point on the people you are sitting with will be known as your “family." The theme of the show is that the gangsters are looking for a “rat” amongst the party and everyone is a suspect…even you! From the moment the show begins, the actors will interact with you. They actually make a point to talk to pretty much everyone once and make everyone feel like they are a part of the show. Things even tend to get a little crazy but it’s all in good fun and the show is best enjoyed if you let go of some of your inhibitions for 90-minutes and really go with the flow. It’s a real blast!
Tickets for this show are no longer available, but here is a list of other shows you might like!