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If you’re feeling blue this week, you can use it to your advantage. Blue Man Group is hosting a national open call to find performers for its shows in Orlando, Las Vegas, Boston and Chicago. If you’re musically talented and not opposed to large amounts of body paint, head over to Monte Carlo’s Blue Man Theater on Wednesday, May 27 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Despite the title of the show, the audition is open to male and female performers. Ideal candidates must have experience with physical theater and improvisation. Remember, the Blue Men don’t speak so you’ve got to be good at nonverbal storytelling. And marshmallow consumption. And Twinkies.
Want to know when all these future Vegas projects are hiring? The answer, for quite a few, is right now.
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This is Vegas' chilly season (and, yes, we consider 50s to 60s chilly) but, on the sunny side of things, pool season is almost here again. Really. They've already begun searching for this year's batch of hot girls and hunky guys who want nothing more than for us to have
deep pockets a good time.
Encore Beach Club will hold employment interviews January 24-25 while Wet Republic at MGM Grand will host hiring fairs January 14-17 and 23-25. No word on hiring yet from Bare Pool Lounge at The Mirage, but they're already telling Facebook fans they'll be back in March.
VegasChatter Questions / Downtown Grand / Lady Luck / Openings / Reopenings / Name Changes / Vegas Jobs / → All Tags
The excitement is building about the
return of downtown's Lady Luck opening of Downtown Grand. While we keep you abreast of the construction and show you what the future holds, others are more interested in the 600 full-time jobs it will bring to the city.
VegasChatter fan April queried us about the best way to apply so we reached out to Fifth Street Gaming, its owners, to find out. A top executive let us know that they're already searching for senior leadership positions on sites like LinkedIn and suggested that interested applicants keep an eye on their LinkedIn page, as well as follow them on Facebook at Fifth Street Gaming and Downtown3rd, or watch fifthstreetgaming.com for more employment options as they come online.
Vegas, for many, is a destination to unwind, indulge and, in some cases, become someone else. What if bringing out that alter ego literally meant stepping into another's shoes for a day? If you were forced, bribed, convinced, or volunteered to spend a day in the life of _______, which Vegas job would you choose?
The quintessential Las Vegas table dealer that we love, hate and love to hate. The combinations are endless just from simply deciding craps or blackjack to which dealer personality to exhibit. The quiet unassuming, but deal 'em fast before they know what hit 'em dealer? The outgoing, friendly having a great time dealer rooting for your
tip win big? Or, would you play the part of bored falling asleep on your feet stiff? Dancing dealer? The no-no-no dealer from the Caesars know when to quit commercials?
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Do you have the guts to be a part of Eli Roth's Goretorium?goretorium.com— EliRoth'sGoretorium (@Goretorium) June 23, 2012
Apparently, we're going to need to slip on two layers of Depends when Eli Roth's Goretorium opens this September in Vegas.
We were already expecting bigger frights than Fright Dome, but now the Goretorium is seriously creeping us out with their search for the ideal employees:
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Let's face it. You love Vegas. You're here as much as possible and when you're not, you're dreaming of when you can be. You're the resident Vegas expert in your circle. You know Vegas even better than some locals. So, why not be one?
Vegas is hanging out the hiring sign with job fairs up and down The Strip. Know your way around a gun? Don't mind being called a "broad"? Always loved the finer things? There's a job for all that.
Remember those rebellious days of youth that inspired all of us at least once to consider running away to join the circus? We never knew anyone that actually did it, most likely because even the crazy nutjob kid down the street never ever swallowed those swords when we double dog dared him. And while fire breathers are generally in hot circus world demand, lighting the gaseous output of certain orifices doesn't sell tickets to the tent. So even our dropout college friends were shutout of Ringling fame.
On top of a lack of employable talent, most of our friends were lazy and chasing a train down the tracks hoping to find a ringmaster over child snatcher didn't seal the deal. Now that we're all older and wiser, wouldn't it be more fun to run away to Las Vegas and join the next greatest show on earth anyway?
Whenever we start packing for our trip to Vegas, we inevitably throw in a bunch of risque outfits because, hey, it's Vegas, baby! We can totally rock that too-tight hot pink mini-dress without
a bra care. Ok, fine. We mean, not without some liquid courage. But if you work in Vegas, the dress code requirements are waaaaay different.
We stumbled across this photo on Flickr.com practically threatening employees who dare to come to work "unkempt." Here's a choice bit:
As this is Fall...no more flip flops. You cannot wear Sindys, Cintias or Ladys by themselves.This should be a no-brainer. Dark denim jeans. No Exceptions. We work for a high-end fashion company.
Your hair should be styled. You must wear makeup to work. You need to have a manicure and a pedicure. No broken nails and toenails unpolished. Do not come to work looking unkempt.
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How come we never get to party in Vegas with these kind of people? You know, the kind that spends $190,000 at Tryst at the Wynn? Yes, there are people out there who spend that much at the club and Deadspin has the detailed bar tab analysis here.
But aside from wanting to party with folks who spend money as fast as the liquor flows, we kinda want to work at Tryst for a night. After all, whoever served this raucous party crew EARNED $29,581 in TIPS! (That's because the 20 percent gratuity was included.)
This might be the perk of working at any club in Vegas, the chance that a drunk high roller will come in and spend all of his money of which some you will get to stuff in your pockets and go home with. Legally.
But we've heard it's not just the club hosts and bartenders that pocket more pocket money than the rest of us.
Blue Man Group may not be moving to Monte Carlo until late next year, but they're looking for a few good men now.
If you've always loved the color blue, are ok with wasting tons of TP and like banging whatever you can get your hands on, head to the open casting call set for April 6 inside the Blue Man Group Theater at the Venetian.
Auditions will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. that day for roles that could be here in Vegas or in one of the other Blue Man productions around the world (NYC, Boston, Chicago, Orlando, Berlin or Tokyo, anyone?) or in a yet-to-exist show (the Blue Man Group Facebook page is currently asking fans what city they'd like to see a production in).
Wanna run away with the Cirq-us?
If you've always been lauded for your, err, flexibility, you now have the chance to earn some dollars for it. (Not that way.)
Cirque du Soleil is looking for new performers to join their ranks in Vegas. If you think you've got what it takes to flashdance your way to stardom, general auditions (sans, we hope, Paula Abdul) will take place this Sunday, January 30 as well as next Tuesday, February 1. Show off your contemporary, ballet, jazz and, um, exotic (their word) dance skills the first date. Hip hop and street dance performers should show up on the second.