Seattle Vice: The Musical About Frank Colacurcio

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(Photo courtesy of ACT Theatre - photo by John Cornicello)

(Photo courtesy of ACT Theatre – photo by John Cornicello)

Now playing through thru April 19 at ACT Theatre in downtown Seattle, the musical Seattle Vice. Inspired by the book Seattle Vice by Rick Anderson, this sexy cabaret set in 1965 combines dancing, comedy, and original music created by Mark Siano and Opal Peachey. Vice is an immersive experience that takes the audience underground into one of alleged gangster Frank Colacurcio’s notorious night clubs, where a corrupt city had an “anything goes” attitude as long as everyone, including the police and mayor’s office, got a cut of the action. Accompanied by the live band The Enablers and with nightly guest burlesque and cabaret performers.

I had a great chat with Mark Siano, who also performs in the show, here:

Here my show live on Jack FM at 7am on Sunday mornings.

-Lee Callahan, Jack FM

Ticket Information and Performance Dates At ACT Here.

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