After wowing crowds with his Shakespearian recitations at the annual Academy Ball and Concert at Philadelphia’s Academy of Music, Al Pacino announced an odd and lovely performance event called One Night Only. The show will hit Caesars Circus Maximus Theater in Atlantic City, New Jersey on Saturday, March 28, 2015; pre-sale for tickets begins February 5.
At his January 24 appearance at Philly's Academy Ball, an elegantly goateed Pacino was casually cool and effortlessly dramatic while reciting a monologue from "Richard III" ("Now is the winter of our discontent") backed by conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin’s Philadelphia Orchestra.
Lest you wonder what it is Pacino will do once on Caesars’ stage – his “Fredo, I knew it was you all along” speech from The Godfather 2, his many “hoo-ahs” from Scent of a Woman – fear not. Word has it that One Night Only will find the Oscar-winning thespian talking about his long, strange career with an audience-interactive question and answer session at its finale.
Pre-sale for Al Pacino's One Night Only tickets begins on Thursday, February 5, at 10am EST. For more info visit Ticketmaster. Photo courtesy of Caesars.
Posted on Thursday, February 5, 2015