Robert Goulet makes rare appearance at The Venetian

Jun 25, 2001 1:12 AM

Without smoke, fanfare and thousands of lights, without a cast of a dozen dancers or back-up singers, Robert Goulet will weave tapestries and rainbows on an empty stage and transform the mood with each song in a rare Las Vegas engagement at The Venetian, Monday through Sept. 1.

A Grammy, Tony and an Emmy winner, Goulet is a legendary artist of striking power.

His illustrious careers has spun for over half a century and he is considered one of the greatest baritones of our times. He has recorded over sixty albums, and has starred in numerous films and television productions. A theater veteran, his many stage credits include Carousel, The Happy Time, I Do, I Do, On A Clear Day, Kiss Me Kate, South Pacific, Camelot (as Lancelot and King Arthur), Moon Over Buffalo, and Man Of La Mancha.

His remarkable sense of humor, his ability to laugh at himself has always endeared him to his audiences. He will make you think, he will make you reminisce and leave you smiling. Robert Goulet - The Man and His Music features special guest Paige O’Hara, accompanied by the Vincent Falcone Orchestra.

Immediately after closing on September 1, Goulet will fly to New York to commerce rehearsals in the role of Emile De Becque for a 50 city National Tour of “South Pacific.” Hopefully, he’ll return soon.