Frank Sinatra is hitting the big stage once again — albeit a little posthumously. In “Sinatra at the London Palladium,” director David Leveaux takes audiences on a trip through the life and career of arguably one of the world’s most popular entertainers ever. Via rare and never-before-seen film footage capturing him at the peak of his career, Sinatra himself sings his hit songs directly to the audience, and — using some high-tech maneuvering — he even manages to perform with backup singers, dancers, and a 24-piece live orchestra. It may not quite be all of him, but we’ll take it nonetheless.

Through October 7; $43 to $96. or