Photo Coverage: Tom Dreesen Brings AN EVENING OF LAUGHTER AND STORYTELLING OF SINATRA TO Feinstein's

Comedian Tom Dreesen just brought his one-man show, "An Evening of Laughter and Memories of Sinatra," to Feinstein's last night, May 13. BroadwayWorld was there for the concert and we bring you photo coverage below!

Dreesen toured the United States for 13 years as the opening act for Frank Sinatra and shares his experiences from the tour in "An Evening of Laughter and Memories of Sinatra." The show is also a retrospective of Dreesen's life as a stand-up comedian.

Sinatra once told an audience, "If I'm a saloon singer, then Tom Dreesen is a saloon comedian." Dreesen and Sinatra remained friends beyond their tour, and on May 20, 1998, Dreesen paid tribute to Sinatra by eulogizing him and serving as a pallbearer at his funeral.

Throughout his career, Dreesen has appeared on numerous television shows, including "The Facts of Life," "Columbo," "Touched by an Angel" and "Rude Awakening." He has also appeared on the big screen in movies including "They Call Me Bruce?," "Spaceballs" and "Man on the Moon."




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Stephen Sorokoff Stephen's life seems to have always revolved around a camera and a piano. He studied at Manhattan School of Music and performed in the "Borsht Belt" during college vacations, where in the true DIRTY DANCING tradition he met his wife Eda. Stephen was a Board Member of the First All Children's Theater and his wife, a classical pianist, is a Board Member of Barrington Stage Co. In between he made time to be CEO of a multi national machinery company and President of a domestic Textile Mfg. Co. In retirement, he now takes pictures of his 5 grandchildren and various other performers.