Posted August 16th, 2011, 08:39 PM
Yes, Terry Fator has his own theater insude the Mirage Hotel. He really is fantastic and has the best show ever. He is so very talented. I am a huge fan of his also. I am a little surprised that he is actually going other places to perform. But perhaps Turning Stone is owned by the same Coproration as Mirage and he is obligated to perform at their other casinos. Mirage is under the MGM Resorts International umbrella as are so many other casinos.
Grandpual have fun at his show and show tose guys on the crap table how it is done and win! ! ! ! !
When you settle down again, let us know how the taping of the Nate Berkus Show went also.
Bob- just like Grandpaul, I never heard that Terry Fator ever worked on cruise ships. But if he does, I will sign up to sail with them.
I think what is happening with Terry Fator touring is they are giving the crew at the Mirage a vacation from their long schedule. They need it I'm sure. Packed house every night/
Well, I'm back form my first exposure to taping a TV show. More interesting than I thought. Not my favorite entertainer and I was only going because we combined it with a tour of the Pompeii exhibit in New York. We were at the show from 9:15 AM till 12:45 to do a one hour show. 7 segments with breaks in between. What they did in between was had a trivia contest between 4 groups in the sudience. They asked for Captains and a lady right in front of me jumped up and demanded to be Capt. The host for that contest asked her what was the most exciting thing she ever did. She said "I won $60,000 on Wheel of Fortune". She became my new best friend. This show was the first one they were taping for the new year. Not necessarily the first one shown. So I don't have an airdate yet. But Nate is one of my wife's favorite personalities so I went with her. I was glad I did.
Now, we got to the Pompeii exhibit and there was a pretty good crowd lined up. But we had already purchased our tickets so we by passed that line. Having already been to the actual site I sort of knew it wouldn't be as interesting. And it wasn't except for one startling item as far as I was concerned. It was still a good exhibit and the people there were very interested. And the simulation of the actual eruption was WOW. Back to the one thing that got my attention, they were describing some of the hobbies and interests that the citizens there had. One of the things they liked to play with were, are you ready? Dice. I started laughing as did Mary Lou. They sounded like people after my own heart. But there in the display case was a set of dice from Pompeii and they were loaded. I'm still laughing. I must have had some relatives in that city.
No city like New York City.