Acting Legend Al Pacino Brings ‘Pacino: One Night Only’ to The Mirage Aug. 16

Acting Legend Al Pacino Brings ‘Pacino: One Night Only’ to The Mirage Aug. 16
Spend an evening at The Mirage Hotel & Casino with one of cinema’s most riveting stars, Al Pacino, when he brings his “Pacino: One Night Only” show to Las Vegas Saturday, Aug. 16. 

Step into Pacino’s world as he shares his passion for acting and directing in an up-close-and-personal setting at the Terry Fator Theatre. The show is scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m.

With an enduring devotion to acting, Pacino is one of film and theatre’s most respected players and a beloved actor to cinema fans worldwide. “Pacino: One Night Only” will celebrate his acclaimed career in an intimate theatre setting as Pacino himself shares his passion for acting and directing. The evening will explore his life beginning in the 1960s when he performed Off-Broadway and will follow his iconic career to present day. The show will include previously untold stories and never-before-seen clips as well as offering guests the rare chance to speak directly with Pacino during an audience question and answer session.

Pacino has created some of the most indelible character portrayals in cinema history, having starred in more than 40 films including “The Godfather Trilogy;” “Dog Day Afternoon;” “Serpico;” “Scent of a Woman;” “Sea of Love;” “Dick Tracy;” “Heat; “Scarface;” “Any Given Sunday;” “Donnie Brasco;” and HBO’s “Angels in America,” “You Don’t Know Jack” and “Phil Spector.”

Pacino is one of the rare winners of the acting triple crown: the Oscar, Tony and Emmy Award. He is an eight-time Academy Award nominee and an Oscar Award winner for his performance in “Scent of a Woman.” His performances on HBO have garnered Golden Globe and Emmy Awards for “Angels in America” and “You Don’t Know Jack;” he won his first of two Tony Awards in 1969 for “Does A Tiger Wear A Necktie?” He also has been awarded the Golden Globe Cecil B. DeMille Award for Lifetime Achievement in Motion Pictures, the AFI Life Achievement Award, the American Cinematheque Award and 2012 National Medal of Arts, presented to Pacino by President Obama.

Tickets priced at $149.99 and $199.99, plus tax and service charges, are now on sale. A VIP package is available for $500 and includes premium seating and a post-show meet and greet. To charge by phone, call (800) 627-6667 or (702) 791-7111. Tickets also are available for purchase online at and

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