The show will now play Oct. 14-19 at the famous New York venue with performances added to accommodate ticketholders. Tickets may be exchanged or refunded at the point of purchase.
"This show is an ambitious, ultra-technical, first-of-its-kind tribute to perhaps the greatest musical icon of our time, and additional preparation is necessary to present this innovative production," said Madison Square Garden/Radio City Entertainment president Seth Abraham in a released statement. "Radio City intends to schedule an additional run of 'Sinatra' for February 2004."
The revised show schedule is as follows:
Oct. 14 - 8 PM (new show)
Oct. 15 - 2 PM and 8 PM
Oct. 16 - 8 PM
Oct. 17 - 2 PM (new show) and 8 PM
Oct. 18 - 2 PM, 5 PM (new show) and 8 PM
Oct. 19 - 2 PM and 7 PM
Cablevision's Radio City Entertainment, Sinatra Enterprises and founding sponsors American Express and Mercedes-Benz Tri-State Dealers team up to present the live multimedia staging of Sinatra: His Voice. His World. His Way. The piece features a live 40-piece orchestra, 40-foot high projections, an ensemble of singers and dancers — including the Rockettes — and Ol' Blue Eyes himself (through the magic of technology) to celebrate the legendary entertainer. Tony-Award winning director McAnuff (Big River, The Who's Tommy) directs the production with jazz man John Pizzarelli. Colman deKay pens the show's theme and transitions. Robert Brill (Cabaret) designs the set.
Sinatra: His Voice. His World. His Way. performs at Radio City Music Hall, 1260 Avenue of the Americas in New York. For more information, visit www.radiocity.com.