REVEILLE AND LAS VEGAS ICE META CLUB HOLD DJ AND DANCE COMPETITIONS FOR TV SHOW 'THE CLUB'
Winners earn the opportunity to appear in �The Club� on Spike TV this fall
UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. -- August 19, 2004 -� "The Club" producers Reveille and ICE Meta Club in Las Vegas will hold open auditions for dancers and a DJ competition for a chance to perform at ICE Meta Club and open a special engagement evening for world famous DJ's Paul Oakenfold. The joint announcement was made today by Reveille and ICE Meta Club. "The Club" premieres October 12 at 10 p.m. on Spike TV.
ICE Meta Club is searching for dynamic and enthusiastic hip-hop and house music dancers. Auditions will be held August 24 beginning at 3 p.m. PT at ICE Meta Club (200 East Harmon Road, Las Vegas, Nevada, 90038).
The DJ competition will begin with demo submissions where a panel of judges will select their top 10 favorite DJ's and invite them to perform at the semi-finals at ICE Meta Club on August 26. Three finalists will then be selected and asked to return and perform once more over Labor Day weekend September 3, 4, and 5 for a chance to open special evening with world famous DJ Paul Oakenfold.
All DJ's should submit demos for consideration to: Club Productions c/o Alexis Park Suites, 375 E. Harmon Rd., Las Vegas, NV, 90038, attention: Corey Malange no later than Tuesday August 24, 2004.
About "The Club" - On the eve of the first anniversary, a stand-alone night club in Las Vegas, ICE Meta Club is getting a new look. ICE Founder and CEO Ed Williams, is reinventing his club with new faces and a new sound. From the stirring music of world renowned DJ Paul Oakenfold, to the dancers to the new Hollywood hot shot promoter, Allison Melnick, "The Club" will follow the pressures and demands the people behind the party face in making ICE the ultimate nightlife experience. From the bachelor and bachelorette parties to the celebrity stop-bys, cameras will be ever-present as ICE's guests revel in the excess and put the club's new changes to the test.
"The Club" is produced for Spike TV by Reveille and Full Circle Entertainment. Ben Silverman, Robert Riesenberg, and Kevin Dill serve as executive producers along with co-executive producers Mark Koops, Tracy Dorsey and H.T. Owens.
REVEILLE, a joint venture between Ben Silverman and NBC Universal Television Studio, develops, produces and distributes new and non-traditional programming formats for television and motion pictures across a variety of genres, including comedy, drama, game, and reality for American and international markets. In addition to selling television formats for independent producers such as NBC Universal Television Studios (USA Network, Sci Fi Channel), BBC Worldwide, Renegade and Princess Productions, Reveille sells its own produced program formats such as "The Restaurant" (NBC), "Blow Out" (Bravo) and "30 Days" (FX). Reveille also distributed the internationally renowned, award-winning "911" documentary and is a world leader in creating integrated marketing opportunities for leading advertisers, developing alternative financing paradigms and selling and distributing television formats in markets worldwide. In television, Reveille has developed projects such as, "Coupling," "The Restaurant", "The Biggest Loser" and "The Office" for NBC. Cable projects include "Blow Out" for Bravo, "The Club" on Spike, "Scream Play" for E! Entertainment, USA Network's "Nashville Star" and the Morgan Spurlock project "30 Days" for FX Networks.