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The Three Waiters New York
The Three Waiters

The Three Waiters was established in Australia in 1998 by Mark Bradley and Darryl Lovegrove, and after performing over 6,000 shows in 55 countries, it remains one of the most sought after acts on the national and international corporate entertainment circuit.

The concept of The Three Waiters involves three talented and highly entertaining opera singers dressing and hoaxing as "real" waiters before grouping together to take the audience through a very amusing, yet sophisticated show. The Three Waiters brings an unbeatable combination of surprise, humor, and amazing voices to any gathering.

As an important part of the act, each performer actually works the floor as a waiter for some time before the performance begins. They also dress and act the same as the "real" waiters, thus giving no clues of what is about to come. They cover as much of the floor as possible while interacting with the guests, and as a result, the guests feel like they are part of the act as opposed to watching a staged show.

Picture your next corporate function where the evening is running according to plan with the usual mixing and mingling of invited guests and clients. Suddenly, one of the food or beverage waiters burst into an aria from well known opera songs, from Pavarotti to Dean Martin or Andrew Lloyd Webber to Puccini, culminating in a performance of true "Three Tenors" style.

The Three Waiters are made up of the best performers that opera and musical theatre have to offer. Each artist is chosen after an extensive audition process. Not only must they be vocally outstanding, but they must also possess a dynamic personality, with a flair for character-acting, timing and comedy.

Often described as "An Event Planner's Dream", The Three Waiters has changed the way Event Planners and their Guests view live entertainment, whether at an intimate dinner for 12 or a gala function for 1200 or more.

Lately, several "Singing Waiters" acts have imitated our original concept of Singers masquerading as Waiters (or Guests, a Chef, a Security Guard, a Guest Speaker, etc). But with well over six thousand shows under our belt, offices in Sydney, London and New York, a long list of awards and a great creative team working tirelessly to keep the act polished and fresh, The Three Waiters is still your best option for Surprise Entertainment!


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  • The original and still the very best Surprise Entertainment show available, "The Three Waiters" involves three singing waiters hiding in plain sight at your private function before unleashing a dynamic and sophisticated live performance a la The Three Tenors!

    Here's what happens when you book The Three Waiters for your next function:

    Three professional performers, dressed and behaving exactly like the other staff, greet your guests on arrival - perhaps offering them a pre-dinner drink, finger food, a bread roll or directions to the cloak room. At no time do your guests realize these are Singing Waiters - this is the core of the Hoax: they look like waiters, they work as waiters, but they are The Three Waiters...

    Alfredo is the Italian Banquet Manager, a well-mannered, experienced service professional dressed impeccably in an Armani suit. Jean-Marc (the Frenchman) is the charming and understated Wine Waiter; he is dressed exactly like the other staff. Alfredo makes two short (40sec) announcements before the show begins: one officially welcoming your guests, then later, a second announcement which ends when he sings a huge operatic note, prompting thunderous applause. He bows to the audience, but admits that it was not totally spontaneous: he was bet $50 to sing by one of your guests!

    The show commences when Jean-Marc takes the stage and politely announces that another of your guests has offered him $100 to sing a full aria in Italian! The hilarious duel between French Opera and Italian Opera has begun. Jean-Marc's aria finishes to more huge applause, but Alfredo sends him back to work saying he "will show you how Opera should be sung... by an Italian!" Soon, with a little help from the audience, Jean-Marc and Alfredo agree to settle the debate and sing a song together - when suddenly, a third waiter bursts into the room singing brilliantly and upstaging both the Frenchman and the Italian!

    The Three Waiters is a dynamic vocal trio featuring professional performers hoaxing as waiters, singing everything from Verdi to Elvis. It is only at the finale that their true identities are revealed, and then The Three Waiters are gone, leaving your guests cheering!

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