Odds & Ends: Finding Neverland Sets New Album Release Date & More

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first_img View Comments Finding Neverland Related Shows Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. New Release Dates for The Visit & Neverland RecordingsTwo Broadway musicals from this past season will release their cast recordings a bit later than expected. The album of Kander and Ebb’s The Visit, which was originally scheduled to drop on June 26, is available digitally now and will be in stores on July 10. Meanwhile, the Finding Neverland cast album, initially set for a June 23, will be available digitally and in stores on July 17. To hold you over, check out this clip from Yahoo! of Matthew Morrison and Aidan Gemme recording “When Your Feet Don’t Touch the Ground” in the studio.center_img Cast Set for Goodspeed’s My ParisBroadway alums Bobby Steggert, Mara Davi, Donna English and Tony winner John Glover will star in the previously reported world premiere of My Paris. The new musical features English lyrics and arrangements by Tony winner Jason Robert Brown and a book by Oscar, Tony and Pulitzer winner Alfred Uhry. Performances will begin on July 23 at the Goodspeed’s Norma Terris Theatre in Chester, Connecticut. The cast will also include Greg Hildreth, John Riddle and Paul Castree. The show follows Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (Steggert), a nineteenth-century French painter who captured the spark of Montmarte, Le Can-Can and Le Moulin Rouge. Tony winner Kathleen Marshall will direct and choreogrpah.Broadway & Comedy Icon Jack Carter Dead at 93Jack Carter, the comedy legend who hosted the first televised Tony Awards in 1956, died on June 28 of respiratory failure. He was 93 years old. Carter made his Broadway debut in Call Me Mister before going on to host the variety show Cavalcade of Stars and his own NBC series The Jack Carter Show. He also appeared on Broadway in Mr. Wonderful and Top Banana. He is survived by his wife Roxanne, sons Michael and Chase, daughter Wendy and grandchildren Jake and Ava.Mary Louise Wilson Releases MemoirTony winner Mary Louise Wilson has released her memoir, My First Hundred Years in Show Business. The On the Twentieth Century star chronicles her life from childhood in New Orleans to moving to New York to performances in Grey Gardens, Cabaret and more, with countless gigs in between. Earlier this year, the documentary She’s the Best Thing In It, which follows Wilson as she mentors younger acting students, premiered at South by Southwest. Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 21, 2016last_img read more


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first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Debapriya Mondal for the Economic Times of India:The government plans to scrap four special purpose vehicles (SPVs) set up for ultra mega power plants (UMPP) in Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Odisha due to lack of interest from the host states, a top government official has told ET. He added that as the government is focusing on UMPPs at Cheyyur in Tamil Nadu, Bedabahal in Odisha and Banka in Bihar, the other projects could take years to come up. “Keeping these running would only add to the expenditure.”While the four host states have claimed they are power surplus and do not require a plant of such large scale as of now, land acquisition has also become a hurdle for these UMPPs. “We do not have land for the Karnataka and Maharashtra projects. For the Odisha UMPP, no mine has been allotted so far,” the official said. These SPVs were set up around 2008-09 when the government launched the UMPP programme. For the Chhattisgarh UMPP at Surguja, the government initially failed to secure coal supply. Now, the state has conveyed that it does not want any such project as it has become power surplus. The Karnataka and Maharashtra projects were to be set up in coastal regions and meant to be fed on imported coal. However, the government failed to acquire any land for those and the states have also taken a backseat with the delays.Full article: Government plans to scrap four SPVs set up for UMPPs due to lack of interest from host states India Steps Back From 4 Proposed Coal-Fired Ultra Mega Power Plantslast_img read more


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first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Sri Lankan mystery spinner Ajantha Mendis on Wednesday announced his retirement from all forms of the game. The 34-year old, who made his debut for Sri Lanka in 2008 and last played in international cricket in 2015, took 288 wickets for his country across the three formats.Famous for his “carrom ball”, Mendis snapped 70 wickets in 19 Tests, 152 in 87 ODIs and 66 in 39 T20Is but he couldn’t prolong his career due to injuries and loss of form.Former Sri Lankan skipper Angelop Mathews took to twitter to congratulate Mendis for his international career.”Congratulations menda on a short but great career.Unfortunately injuries kept u away but god is kind and will open plenty of avenues to you. Stay blessed,” his former teammate Angelo Mathews wrote in his handle.Mendis, who last featured in an ODI against New Zealand in Christchurch, had become the fastest bowler to reach 50 ODI wickets and is the only bowler to take a six-wicket haul in T20Is twice.The 34-year-old had burst on to the scene at the Asia Cup when he took six for 13 as Sri Lanka notched up a 100-run win against India in the final in 2008. He received a Test call-up against India the same year and picked up 26 wickets in a three-Test series at home which Sri Lanka won 2-1. last_img read more


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first_imgWazito remained second from bottom with 28 points, four away from Chemelil Sugar who play bottom side Thika United on Thursday. If Chemelil win, then both Thika and Wazito will be officially relegated from the Kenyan Premier League.Meanwhile, Vihiga United all but assured themselves of a place in next year’s top flight after beating champions-elect Gor Mahia 2-0 at the Mumias Complex to move to 11th in the standings with 37 points with two rounds of matches left.If Thika loses to Chemelil on Thursday then they will be officially relegated from the top tier while the sugar belt side will hope to maintain a slot in the play-off 16th slot. Wazito now need to win both their remaining games to survive.Wazito FC forward Derrick Onyango shields the ball away from Kariobangi Sharks defender Geoffrey Shiveka during a Kenyan Premier League match at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on September 26, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluWazito will now need Chemelil to lose both their matches, including Thursday evening’s against Thika and them to win their two remaining games to have any hope of surviving.In their match against Sharks on Wednesday, Frank Ouna’s men did not show much of a side eager to remain in the top flight.Sharks got into the lead after 24 minutes when Shaphan Oyugi headed down between Martin Musalia’s feet connecting to an inviting cross from Bolton Omwenga who had landed the ball after a poor Wazito clearance fell his way.It seemed like a routine training session for Sharks who made no changes from their side that walloped Ulinzi Stars 4-0 in the FKF Shield semis on Sunday.They had a chance to double their tally two minutes to half time when Golden Boot chasing Eric Kapaito did well to arrive first to the ball before keeper Musalia, but his touch away from the sliding goalkeeper was too heavy rolling out of play.Kariobangi Sharks forward Duke Abuya attempts to dribble past Wazito FC skipper Oliver Kilonzo during a Kenyan Premier League match at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on September 26, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluIn the second half, Ouma made changes, Piscas Kirenge coming on for Simon Mburu, but the new man did not last more than a minute as he went down, surprisingly, even without touching the ball.He was replaced by John Katua.Wazito were better offensively especially with the introduction of Edwin Lavatsa and they suddenly gave the Sharks backline plenty to think about.Substitute Sidney Lokale should have eased the pressure off his mates on the hour mark when he was picked out by a well laid down cross from Duke Abuya, but his point blank effort was saved by Musalia.Wazito brought themselves hope with quarter of an hour left when Lavatsa’s ferocious shot from a short start to a corner found keeper Gad Mathews off guard rifling into the roof of the net.Despite increased bid to land a winner, Wazito were made to pay from their own mistakes, Jackson Saleh’s attempted clearance cut out and Mwendwa lifting the ball simply over an advancing Martin Musalia.0Shares0000(Visited 3 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Kariobangi Sharks players celebrate one of their two goals against Wazito during a Kenyan Premier League clash in Machakos on September 26, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluMACHAKOS, Kenya, Sep 26 – Harrison Mwendwa scored an 89th minute winner as Kariobangi Sharks picked their sixth consecutive win across all competitions beating Wazito FC 2-1 at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on Wednesday to send them deeper into relegation.Edwin Lavatsa had stepped off the bench to score a second half equalizer as Wazito FC looked to earn a crucial point, but a defensive error late on meant their hopes are dashed with only two matches remaining.last_img read more