Matilda’s Milly Shapiro, Bailey Ryon, Oona Laurence & Sophia Gennusa Will Exit the Show ‘In Next Two Months’

first_img Star Files Jill Paice Matilda Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 1, 2017 Related Shows The cast of Matilda also includes Chris Hoch as Miss Trunchbull, Jill Paice as Miss Honey, Looks Not Books video blogger Lesli Margherita as Mrs. Wormwood, Tony winner Gabriel Ebert as Mr. Wormwood and Karen Aldridge as Mrs. Phelps. Matilda features choreography by Peter Darling, set and costume design by Rob Howell, lighting design by Hugh Vanstone and sound design by Simon Baker. Matilda continues its run at the Shubert Theatre, where it opened on April 11. Directed by Tony winner Matthew Warchus, Matilda is the story of an extraordinary girl who dreams of a better life. Armed with a vivid imagination and a sharp mind, Matilda dares to take a stand and change her destiny. Based on the beloved Roald Dahl novel of the same name, the musical features a book by Tony winner Dennis Kelly and music and lyrics by Tony nominee Tim Minchin. View Comments Gabriel Ebert It looks like the original Tony-winning title stars of Broadway’s Matilda are growing up and moving out! According to The Wall Street Journal, Milly Shapiro, Bailey Ryon, Oona Laurence and Sophia Gennusa will exit the Tony-nominated show “in the next two months.” The four young up-and-coming stars made their Broadway debuts in the hit musical and received Tony Honors for Excellence in the Theatre for their alternating performances as Matilda. A spokesperson for the show couldn’t confirm the Journal’s story, and no casting replacements have yet been announced. Lesli Margheritalast_img read more

Third meeting of Solar Siting Task Force Oct 22

first_imgVermont Business Magazine The third meeting of the Solar Siting Task Force will take place on Thursday, October 22, 2015, from 1:00 – 3:00 pm in Room 11 of the Vermont State House, 115 State Street, Montpelier, Vermont. The Solar Siting Task Force was created in Act 56(link is external) of the 2014-2015 legislative session. Details on the membership, duties, and timeframe of the Task Force can be found in Act 56, Sec. 26g.The draft agenda for the October 22, 2015 meeting is listed below. The remaining meetings of the Solar Siting Task Force will occur as follows:Tuesday, November 3, 2015 from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM in Room 11 of the Vermont State HouseFriday, November 13, 2015 from 1:00 – 3:00 PM in Room 11 of the Vermont State HouseThursday, December 3, 2015 from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM in Room 10 of the Vermont State HouseThursday, December 17, 2015 from 1:00 – 3:00 PM in Room 10 of the Vermont State HouseSolar Siting Task Force October 22, 2015 Draft Meeting AgendaI.                    Welcome and Overview of Agenda and Discussion of Future Meetings (5 mins)-           PSD Commissioner Christopher RecchiaII.                  Approval of 9/17/15 Minutes (5 mins)III.                Overview of Act 250 and Section 248 (30 mins)-          Lou Borie and Jon Groveman, Natural Resources Board and Jeannie Oliver, Department of Public ServiceIV.                Overview of VSA Title 24 Chapter 117, State Land Use Goals and Energy (20 mins)-          Sharon Murray, Vermont Planners AssociationV.                  Town Experience and Suggestions for Solar Development (20 mins)VI.                Invitation pendingDeveloper Experience and Suggestions for Solar Development (20 mins)VII.              Chad Farrell, Encore RedevelopmentPublic Comments (20 mins)VIII.            Other BusinessIX.                Next meetings:Tuesday, November 3, 2015 from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM in Room 11 of the Vermont State HouseFriday, November 13, 2015 from 1:00 – 3:00 PM in Room 11 of the Vermont State HouseThursday, December 3, 2015 from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM in Room 10 of the Vermont State HouseThursday, December 17, 2015 from 1:00 – 3:00 PM in Room 10 of the Vermont StateX.                  Wrap UpAll meetings of the Solar Siting Task Force are open to the public.The Public Service Department is an agency within the executive branch of Vermont state government. Its charge is to represent the public interest in matters regarding energy, telecommunications, water and wastewater.last_img read more

‘Cuitan’ Seorang Penumpang Selamatkan Nasib 25 Gadis di India!

first_imgSumber: The Indian Express Tidak ada yang bisa memungkiri kekuatan dan kecepatan dari sebuah platform media sosial. Selain dapat digunakan sebagai sarana promosi sebuah produk, tapi yang lebih mengesankan adalah media sosial dapat dengan mudah memviralkan sebuah kejadian dalam kurun waktu yang relatif sangat cepat. Dapat dengan mudah terhubung dengan beberapa orang penting dan sejumlah otoritas merupakan kelebihan lain yang dapat Anda rasakan dari hadirnya media sosial, bukan?Baca Juga: Antara Garuda Indonesia, Berita Hoax, dan Media SosialTerkait dengan kelebihan dari media sosial tersebut, beberapa waktu ke belakang, jagat sosial media kembali menunjukkan kekuatannya. Dihimpun KabarPenumpang.com dari sejumlah laman sumber, seorang penumpang kereta Muzaffarpur – Bandra Awadh Express berhasil menyelamatkan 25 gadis sekaligus yang tampak ketakutan di dalam rangkaian kereta tersebut. Hebatnya lagi, aksi yang dilakukan oleh Adarsh Shrivastava ini hanya ia lakukan dengan cara me-mention sejumlah orang penting yang ada di jejaring sosial Twitter. Kejadian ini berawal ketika Adarsh tengah menggunakan layanan Muzaffarpur – Bandra Awadh Express pada Kamis (5/7/2018) kemarin. Pemandangan di dalam rangkaian tersebut agak aneh di mata Adarsh ketika dirinya melihat sejumlah anak yang tampak ketakutan dan merasa tidak nyaman berada di dalam rangkaian tersebut. Bahkan beberapa di antaranya ada yang sampai menangis.Merasa ada yang janggal, Adarsh langsung mengambil ponselnya dan mencuitkan sebuah posting yang ditujukan kepada Menteri Perkeretaaapian Piyush Goyal, Perdana Menteri Narendra Modi, Menteri Negara di Kementerian Perkeretaapian Manoj Sinha, Kepala Menteri Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath, dan Kementerian Perkeretaapian dalam cuitannya tersebut.“Saya tengah dalam perjalanan menggunakan Avadh Express(19040). Di s5. Di dalam gerbong saya terdapat 25 gadis yang hampir semuanya menangis dan merasa ketakutan. @RailMinIndia @PiyushGoyal @PMOIndia @PiyushGoyalOffc @narendramodi @manojsinhabjp @yogi” Begitulah isi dari cuitan Adarsh pada pukul 17:25 waktu setempat.Baca Juga: Manfaatkan Medsos Sebagai Wadah Promosi, Tokyu Corp. Sukses Jaring Banyak WismanKurang lebih dalam waktu setengah jam saja, sejumlah otoritas berwenang langsung turun tangan untuk menyelidiki hal apa yang terjadi di balik laporan Adarsh tersebut. Setelah ke-25 gadis tersebut berhasil diselamatkan, satu per satu dari mereka mulai dimintai keterangan guna mendapatkan informasi lebih lanjut.Sayangnya,tidak ada satupun dari mereka yang berani membuka mulut. Akhirnya ke-25 gadis ini diserahkan ke Komite Perlindungan Anak dan mendapatkan perawatan di sana. Kuat dugaan, mereka merupakan calon korban human trafficking di India, dimana dalam kasus ini, dua orang tersangka berhasil diamankan dan proses penyelidikan hingga kini masih bergulir. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… Related166 Tahun Sudah Jaringan Perkeretaapian India Layani Penumpang21/04/2019In “Darat”Media Sosial, Seberapa Besar Peranannya di Sektor Aviasi Global?07/02/2019In “Domestik”Ketepatan Waktu Kereta India Mengalami Penurunan Akibat Faktor Keterlambatan07/09/2018In “Darat”last_img read more

Roy ton helps power England into 4-0 lead over Australia

first_imgLONDON, (Reuters) – England’s rampant one-day side powered to a fourth straight win over Australia, following up their world record rampage at Trent Bridge with a commanding six-wicket victory at Chester-le-Street on Thursday led by centurion Jason Roy. Roy cracked his second century of the series, a brilliant 101 off 83 balls, to pave the way for England to make easy meat of Australia’s 310-8, which had also featured hundreds for Aaron Finch and Shaun Marsh.After piling up a world record total of 481 from a 50-over international at Trent Bridge on Tuesday and inflicting Australia’s heaviest-ever defeat, England again outplayed the visitors, pulling off their second-highest ever ODI run chase.It gave England’s hugely talented, big-hitting side a 4-0 lead in the series with the chance of an unprecedented whitewash in Sunday’s fifth and final match at Old Trafford. After the Trent Bridge humiliation, Australia seemed determined to rebound strongly and when their captain Tim Paine won the toss and opted to bat, opener Finch’s 100 off 106 balls and a 92-ball 101 from Marsh promised much.Yet though Travis Head’s blistering 63 in a century opening partnership with Finch and Marsh’s fine knock, which saw him take 24 in one over off Adil Rashid, promised much, the Aussies’ top three had poor support with David Willey belatedly claiming four wickets in his last two overs.Roy, who had scored 120 at Cardiff at the weekend and 82 in the Nottingham run bonanza, was again in dazzling form along with the equally on-song Jonny Bairstow as they laid the foundations for the win with a 174-run opening partnership. Bairstow, a centurion at Trent Bridge, smashed 79 off 66 balls while Roy plundered two sixes and 12 fours in his century, before Jos Buttler, with a 28-ball half-century, and Alex Hales proved thunderous finishers, ensuring the total was knocked off with 32 balls to spare.Only the 350-3 they made against New Zealand in Nottingham in 2015 surpassed their race to 314-4 off 44.4 overs but England’s delighted captain Eoin Morgan is evidently not yet satisfied.Asked if he thought the 5-0 whitewash was on, he said at the post-match presentation ceremony: “There might be an opportunity in the next game. We like playing at Old Trafford — the challenge is to finish it off.”last_img read more

2019 ITTF Challenge Plus Nigeria Open: I Won’t Dope To Win – Aruna Quadri…

first_imgLAGOS – Africa’s top-ranked table tennis player and local favourite Aruna Quadri says he’s confident but not desperate to retain the crown he won last year when the 2019 ITTF Challenge Plus Nigeria Open serves off today at the Molade Okoya-Thomas Indoor Sports Hall of the Teslim Balogun Stadium, Lagos.Quadri who turns 31-years-old during the tournament will vie with athletes from about 32 countries for the $7,000 prize money on offer to the winner of the tournament.And speaking about his chances of successfully defending the title which he won last year by defeating Frenchman Antoine Hachard in the final, the Nigerian said winning this time around would be “very, very difficult” for every player at the tournament and that while he would be “very happy” to win again, he isn’t completely consumed by thoughts of retaining the title at all costs because he could then be driven “to do something that would not be normal” such as doping in order to win.  “I won last year, I didn’t believe but of course, I strongly believe in myself. It would be very possible again to repeat last year’s feat but it will be very, very difficult not just for me but for almost all the participants,” Quadri told busybuddiesng.com.“I will be very happy if I am able to retain it, but of course I’m not just thinking in  retaining the title, if I were thinking about retaining the title one hundred percent, I will just do something that will not be normal, maybe I will just go and dope but of course, I am going to be giving my one hundred percent to my country.”  Quadri also predicted a good showing for teenage prodigy and African Cadet Champion Mati Taiwo who he said could be one of many Nigerian players that could shock more established European players.The Portugal-based player said Nigerian players could pull off plenty of shocks due to their “strange style of play” which he said regularly flummoxes Europeans who find it difficult to deal with.“We should be looking forward to almost all the Nigeria players because of our style of play,” Quadri said about his expectations for his teammates.“Some of these Europeans, they always find it difficult to get used to our style of play. Our style of play is strange, the European style is like, too straight, here in Nigeria and several places in Africa we have strange styles and they really do not understand it.“Like four or five years ago several Nigerians won against several Europeans here because of our style of play. So, we should be expecting some kind of big surprises because some of the players here they were in camp before this tournament, so they have improved a lot already and a very good example is Mati Taiwo.”RelatedTable Tennis: ITTF hails Aruna Quadri’s fighting-spirit at Bulgaria OpenAugust 20, 2019In “Africa”Treat Me Or I Miss African Games – Quadri Tells Nigeria (AUDIO)August 12, 2019In “Table Tennis”India’s Ghosh Eyes International Comeback at the 2019 ITTF Challenge Plus Nigeria OpenJuly 31, 2019In “Table Tennis”last_img read more