Comedy juggler and high-kick master, Jeff Civillico announced a new deal with Caesars Entertainment. The agreement will allow Civillico to focus on TV hosting and his nonprofit Win-Win Entertainment’s national expansion beyond Las Vegas, while continuing to headline once a week at a new Caesars’ property.
Moving to Paris
Previously at The Flamingo Hotel, the family-friendly show “Comedy in Action” will resume April 5th at Paris Las Vegas, on Wednesday nights at 7PM. He will perform in the Anthony Cools Experience showroom.
“I am most grateful to Caesars Entertainment for their support over the last 5 years. They have continually shown themselves to be true partners, and take a long-term view of our relationship and my career— especially with this most recent arrangement, allowing me to focus on hosting “The Weekend in Vegas” and “Backline” TV shows that are currently in production, while still maintaining my affiliation with Caesars Entertainment as a headliner.”
Win-Win Entertainment Expansion
Win-Win Entertainment was founded in 2012 with the intention of connecting performers with direct services opportunities in Las Vegas, enabling performers to share their time and talent with hospital patients, senior care residents, those with special needs, servicemen and women, veterans and more. The mission of Win-Win Entertainment resonated so deeply with the Las Vegas community that after 5 years and 500+ charity performances arranged, the organization is expanding to the national level. Minneapolis and Salt Lake City were selected as the first two cities of the expansion beyond Las Vegas, with more cities scheduled to open later in 2017.
Win-Win Entertainment is launching its Minneapolis city chapter with a performance by nationally renowned Entertainer and Keynote Speaker Tim Gabrielson at “Rein in Sarcoma” on January 29th. Tim will perform his inspirational blend of comedy and magic for sarcoma patients, survivors, and their loved ones.
“I have experienced first-hand the impact that Win-Win Entertainment has,” said Tim Gabrielson, “having volunteered with Miracle League of Las Vegas, and having entertained at the John Bailey Memorial Golf Tournament that raises scholarship money for children of slain FBI agents. I’m thrilled to be leading the charge here to bring Win-Win Entertainment to our community in Minneapolis.”