MGM Resorts International shows will remain dark at least until July 1, with the company saying, “We will continue to share information about our plans for re-opening as they become available. Until then, please stay safe.”
“Bar Rescue” star Jon Taffer says, “Rather than freaking out about the pandemic, I’ve just been focused on, ‘What do our businesses look like when we’re open?’ ”
Ex-MGM Resorts and Wynn Las Vegas exec Sean Christie says of his new venture, “I think that companies are going to need companies like mine to create content and create ‘wow.’”
“Tiger King,” the Netflix coronavirus-quarantine viral sensation, is adding an “aftershow” episode Sunday.
The Space founder Mark Shunock will host the event, in virtual solitude, from the venue’s main stage.
MGM Resorts has pushed all of its shows to June 1, though that is not a binding plan.
“Jersey Boys” was a critical success throughout its Vegas run, which closed in September 2016 at Paris Theater.
Area15 creative director Chris Wink says of Hilly and Nilly, “They have been quarantined since the 1950s. If anyone knows how to survive, it would be them.”
“There is no doubt in my mind that The Smith Center is going to play an important role in the comeback of Las Vegas,” says Myron Martin, president of The Smith Center for the Performing Arts.
George Maloof said of “Uncle” Phil Maloof: “He was a great man who loved his dogs and his collection of classic cars, art, and theater pipe organs.”