If you'd like a chance to chat with acting legend Al Pacino, you can do so but for one night only as he brings his one-man show to Las Vegas.
Pacino, who won an Oscar for his performance as a blind man in "Scent of a Woman," will appear Aug. 16 at the Mirage in “Pacino: One Night Only."
He will share previously untold stories from his career, which began when he performed off-Broadway in the 1960s. He’ll also discuss his lengthy movie career, which includes his role as Michael Corleone in "The Godfather," Tony Montana in "Scarface" and the title role as the honest cop “Serpico.”
Never-before-seen film clips are also promised. But for many guests the biggest lure may be the question-and-answer session, during which Pacino will interact with his audience.
Tickets cost $188.24-$245.09, including taxes and fees. A $500 VIP package includes premium seating and a post-show meet-and-greet. Tickets can also be purchased by calling (800) 627-6667.
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