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Shuler Hensley & More Will Join Sutton Foster in Sweet Charity

first_img View Comments Shuler Hensley Hey, big spenders: spend a little time with this cast. Tony winner Shuler Hensley, Emily Padgett, Asmeret Ghebremichael, Joel Perez and more will join the previously announced Sutton Foster in the New Group’s off-Broadway revival of Sweet Charity. Performances will begin on November 2 at The Romulus Linney Courtyard Theatre at The Pershing Square Signature Center; opening night is set for November 20.The production, staged in a three-quarter thrust, will be directed by Leigh Silverman. Joshua Bergasse will choreograph.Hensley will take on the role of Oscar; he won a Tony in 2002 for Oklahoma! and has gone on to appear in Waiting for Godot/No Man’s Land, The Whale and Young Frankenstein. Padgett, who will play Helene, last appeared on Broadway in Bright Star; her additional credits include Side Show, Rock of Ages, Grease and Legally Blonde. Ghebremichael is set to play Nickie; she has appeared on stage previously in The Book of Mormon, Legally Blonde and Wicked. Perez can currently be seen on Broadway in Fun Home; he will take on the roles of Herman, Vittorio and Daddy Brubeck.The company will also include Yesenia Ayala, Darius Barnes, James Brown III, Lori Ann Ferreri, Sasha Hutchings, Donald Jones Jr., Nikka Graff Lanzarone and Ryan Worsing.Cy Coleman, Dorothy Fields and Neil Simon’s musical follows the romantic ups and downs of Charity, an ingenuous dance hall performer in Times Square. The tuner premiered on Broadway in 1966 and was last revived in New York in 2005.Additional casting will be announced later. The production will feature sets by Derek McLane, costumes by Clint Ramos, lighting design by Jeff Croiter, sound design by Leon Rothenberg and orchestrations by Mary-Mitchell Campbell. The limited engagement is scheduled to run through December 11.last_img read more

Indians And Sri Lankans Dominate Lagos International Badminton Classics 2017

first_imgThe 3rd edition of the Lagos international Badminton Classics has left a remarkable statement for all as the finals saw the Sri Lankan and Indian contingent scoop major honours on final day.The four day championship which climaxed on Saturday with the finals in all categories at the Molade Indoor Sports Hall, Teslim Balogun Stadium, Surulere, Lagos saw two Indians in the men singles category— Rahul Yadav Chittaboina and Karan Rajan Rajarajan slug it out on the court for gold with the former emerging champion in two straight sets (21-15, 21-13).Thilini Pramodika Hendahewa of Sri Lanka who was unseeded in the tournament  emerged champion in the women’s category after a close victory over India’s Mugdha Agrey who was seeded 4th heading into the international challenge.Hendahewa who had earlier beat Nigeria’s top seed and tournament’s 5th seed, Grace Gabriel in the female category round of 32 enjoyed a roller coaster ride in the first set against Mugdha 21-13 before a nervy 21-19 score line in the second set to win gold.The Indian duo of Manu Attri and Reddy B. Sumeeth who are currently ranked 33rd emerge champions in the men’s doubles category over Nigeria’s Anuoluwapo Opeyori and Godwin Olofua in two sets– 21-13 21-15 .Furthering the Sri Lankan dominance also saw the strong pairing of Thilini Pramodika Hendahewa and Ishadika Kavidi defeat Nigeria’s Zainab Momoh and Ramatu Yakubu 21-8 21-5  to become the 2017 women’ s doubles champion.And in what would remain unarguably, one of the biggest highlights of this year’s Lagos International Badminton Classics was seeing mother and son (The Zilbermans)– Misha Zilberman (M) and Svetlana Zilberman (F) of Israel  beat Portuguese’ duo of Duarte Nuno Anjo (M) and Sofia Setim (F) to clinch the mix doubles title. Writer: Chidiebere AnugwoluRelatedClassics 2017: Day 3  Leaves Excited Fans Wanting More As Team Nigeria Thrives In Doubles CategoryJuly 30, 2017In “Sports”Lagos International Badminton Classics: Chronicle Of Upsets In Day 2July 28, 2017In “Sports”Lagos International Badminton Classics Record Upset In Day OneJuly 27, 2017In “Competition”last_img read more