Rated 5 out of 5 by 3
Rated 5 out of 5
by Sanfred A legend worth seeing
It was an honor to see the legend perform. The clips of the old shows were a wonderful visit down memory lane. I would recommend to anyone in our age group who remembers those old shows. It's a bit expensive for an hour show but we didn't care.
July 21, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Vegaster A great night in the theatre
To paraphrase from the story The Natural, he’s the best that ever lived. There have been others before, and since, who present realistic outlines of the character’s they mimic, but nobody infills those outlines, the subtle nuance of their voices and mannerisms, like Rich Little has and continues to do. There were times during the show the other night when I found it hard to believe that the people he was impersonating were not actually in the room.
And of course there is the fact that he was there, all those years, not only impersonating the great performers, but also sharing experiences and amazing moments with them, which now becomes such a fascinating part of his show. I could have listened to those stories all night.
I had a blast seeing Rich Little perform. I’m so glad I went.
July 18, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by DaveW intimate setting
This show was staged in a fairly small venue on the second floor of the Tropicana. No frills, no chorus line, just Rich Little and his keyboard accompanist staged a mere 15-20 feet from our seats. He performed all of his best routines from his long career, such as Johnny Carson, Richard Nixon, John Wayne, and many more. Not a lot of new material, but more like a "Best of Rich Little" routine. I was disappointed that there were only about 25-30 guests in the audience, but delighted that it was so intimate. A refreshing change from the many Cirque shows.
July 18, 2015