Melco Crown Entertainment says it will offer 100 tickets per day to its show, The House of Dancing Water, to celebrate the long-running production’s 2000th performance and continue its work in the community.
The casino operator says priority will be given to the youth, elderly and underprivileged sectors of Macau..
“The House of Dancing Water is a testament to our commitment in bringing world-class non-gaming offerings to Macau and our ongoing effort to help promote economic diversification in the city,” said Lawrence Ho, co-chairman and CEO of Melco Crown Entertainment.
The company said that in the past five years since its debut, over 5,000 community members from 70 local organizations and associations have been invited to the show.
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