Mayfair Supper Club’s return to the present tense will be watched with great interest as shows return under COVID-19 safety directives.
Wynn entertainment director Rick Gray informed members of the production Thursday morning that they would be furloughed.
“The response went through the roof,” the owner of the D Las Vegas and Golden Gate said a day after giving away 2,000 flights to tourists across the country.
The COVID-19 shutdown has achieved the seemingly impossible: bringing together Shania Twain and Puddles Pity Party.
Travis Cloer has taken his “Sherry” concept to the next level with 275 actors from 16 “Jersey Boys” companies worldwide taking part in a singalong.
Roy Horn has been “responding well to treatment,” and the duo “wish to send positive wishes to everyone impacted by the pandemic.”
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.”
Raiders owner Mark Davis said of his $25,000 donation: “Every little bit helps. Vegas strong, baby!”
The collective work is inspired, capturing a moment in time as the coronavirus has forced entertainers off the stage.
In announcing shows from May are being pushed back, Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend say, “Long live rock.”