|Posted by Insane Buzz on July 23, 2018 at 1:20 AM|
The tuxedo-clad, silver-haired showroom manager was a familiar figure at the entrance of Harrah’s Showroom and Harrah’s Cabaret. For more than 30 years he ran the rooms’ operations, escorting dignitaries to their reserved booths and ticket-holders to their seats. Strano learned the craft while working for the late Bob Stupak at Vegas World, located on the property where the Stratosphere now stands.
“Guys like Domenic don’t exist in Las Vegas anymore,” Alan Glist of GFour Productions, whose “Menopause the Musical” performs at Harrah’s Cabaret. The show celebrated 5,000 shows in Las Vegas on Wednesday night. “I used to sit with him, four-five nights a week, and listened to his stories. He knew every gangster, every entertainer, to come through Las Vegas. He was one of the great guys you just loved and respected.”
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