Note: Now playing in Bugsy's Cabaret at the Flamingo
Jeff Civillico is playing inside the main showroom at the Quad Resort & Casino (Formerly the
Imperial Palace.) Jeff does an afternoon show that is filled with comedy, juggling, and a lot
of good ole stupid human tricks...and he does a wonderful job. Jeff's show is one of the
funniest and most entertaining shows that I've seen in a long time, and it is all due to one
It's tough to get an audience to take a chance on a relatively unknown performer doing a
"juggling" show in the afternoon ...which is why you see so many incentive packages just to get
people in the door. Once they are there, however, it is the job of the performer to keep them
there, get the word out, and get them to come back. I have always felt that talent is the key
ingredient to a successful show in Las Vegas---not spectacle or fancy tricks, but true talent.
It is a talent that engages the audience and makes them like you from the moment you step on
stage. Jeff Civillico has that kind of talent. He is appealing, energetic, and replete with
stage presence and enthusiasm.
Jeff is the Founder and President of Win-Win Entertainment, a non-profit which pairs performers
willing to donate their time and talent with charity organizations in need of entertainment.
He is excited to be on the membership committee of the Young Non-Profit Professionals Network
of Southern Nevada, and to get more involved in the non-profit space. He is an avid member of
the National Speakers Association of Las Vegas. Jeff is also ridiculous. He holds a world
record for bungee jumping on his unicycle off a cliff in New Zealand, and goes "joggling" for
fun. "Joggling" = juggling while jogging. He raised $5000+ as a team member of "Athletes for
Special Kids" by joggling all 26.2 miles of the Disney Marathon. Jeff has performed everywhere
from Disney resorts to the White House, as well as on television, and most recently starred in
the Travel Channel show Vegas Strip Search.
The show is opened by Alonzo "Turf" Jones, a hip-hop contortionist dancer from Season 7 of
America's Got Talent. His routine was nothing short of amazing...and sometimes disturbing. As
he was rotating his shoulders out of their sockets, I could only feel the pain of my own
rotator cuff problems and imagined what he might be facing in his future. His introduction,
however, was a great opening of what would be a wild show.
Another one of Jeff's strengths is his ability to interact with his audience. He put the
people at ease and took us on quite the rollercoaster ride. His sequences with the audience
brought forth some of the best, honest, and hearty laughs that I have had in a long time.
Jeff Civillico surprised me. Usually, I find acts like his amusing, but I generally don't love
them. I loved his act, and his show is a great family friendly way to spend an afternoon in