Johnny Galecki, Alison Sweeney, Laurie Metcalf, Questlove, Zowie Bowie, Dirk Vermin and more Celebrate the Opening of FRANK – The Man. The Music.’ at The Palazzo Las Vegas

Johnny Galecki, Alison Sweeney, Laurie Metcalf, Questlove, Zowie Bowie, Dirk Vermin and more Celebrate the Opening of FRANK  - The Man. The Music.’ at The Palazzo Las Vegas
The stars shone brightly this weekend at The Palazzo Las Vegas as Big Bang Theory’s Johnny Galecki, actress and Biggest Loser reality show host Alison Sweeney, The McCarthy’s and famous for her role as Jackie Harris in Roseanne, Laurie Metcalf, DJ/Producer Questlove, NCIS alum Cote de Pablo, Chris Phillips and Lydia Ansel of Zowie Bowie, Tattoo artist Dirk Vermin and more attended the opening FRANK – The Man. The Music starring Bob Anderson (Pictured: Bob Anderson – Photo credit: Keith Salwoski). 

Johnny Galecki
Johnny Galecki

Photo credit: Keith Salwoski.

Following the opening of Yardbird guests moved to The Palazzo Theater to see the World Premiere of ‘Frank – The Man. The Music.’ starring Bob Anderson. This show is the most authentic Frank Sinatra tribute ever created. Under the musical direction of Sinatra’s former musical director Vince Falcone, Bob Anderson and his thirty-two piece orchestra are able to transport guests back in time to the days when Frank Sinatra ruled the Las Vegas Strip.

Laurie Metcalf , actress (best known for role as Jackie Harris on Roseanne
Laurie Metcalf , actress (best known for role as Jackie Harris on Roseanne

Photo credit: Keith Salwoski.

Conceptualized and brought to life by an all-star creative team, “FRANK – The Man. The Music.” is produced by Hoboken Productions in association with Stephen Eich. Bob Anderson, a revered singing impressionist, is transformed into Sinatra with the help of Oscar-nominated makeup artist Kazu Tsuji, who aged Brad Pitt in the movie “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.”

Lydia Ansel and Chris Phillips of Zowie Bowie
Lydia Ansel and Chris Phillips of Zowie Bowie

Photo credit: Keith Salwoski.

Taking audiences on a musical journey through the legendary crooner’s timeless hits, “FRANK – The Man. The Music.” highlights three distinct areas of Sinatra’s career: the recording studio, television specials, and personal appearances. The authentic concert recreation marks a return to the era of Las Vegas glitz and glamour that the singer made famous.

Alison Sweeney, actress and reality show host
Alison Sweeney, actress and reality show host

Photo credit: Keith Salwoski.

Longtime friends Johnny Galecki and Laurie Metcalf had a Roseanne reunion, catching up over a drink before the show. Johnny then went into the theatre with Cote de Pablo where they enjoyed Sinatra classics such as Come Fly With Me, The Way You Look Tonight, I’ve Got You Under My Skin, You Make Me Feel So Young and more.

Maren Wade, performer on America's Got Talented and NBC's Star Tomorrow
Maren Wade, performer on America’s Got Talented and NBC’s Star Tomorrow

Photo credit: Keith Salwoski.

After the show Johnny Galecki, Cote de Pablo, and Alison Sweeney caught up with the show’s star and praised him for his engaging performance. Galecki said how amazing it was to see such an authentic Frank Sinatra representation.

Actress Rondi Reed
Actress Rondi Reed

Photo credit: Keith Salwoski.

Cote de Pablo, actress on NCIS
Cote de Pablo, actress on NCIS

Photo credit: Keith Salwoski.

Tatyana, International Fashion Designer
Tatyana, International Fashion Designer

Photo credit: Keith Salwoski.

Ricardo Laguna, professional BMX Rider and TV personality0
Ricardo Laguna, professional BMX Rider and TV personality0

Photo credit: Keith Salwoski.

Dirk Vermin, Tatto artist, writer, musician. Best known for Bad Ink
Dirk Vermin, Tatto artist, writer, musician. Best known for Bad Ink

Photo credit: Keith Salwoski.

“FRANK – The Man. The Music.” performs Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 8 p.m., and Fridays at 9 p.m. at The Palazzo Theatre. For up-to-date schedule information, including dark dates, or to purchase tickets, visit any Box Office at The Venetian or The Palazzo, go online at www.venetian.com/frank, or call (702) 414-9000.