Can You Feel the Love Tonight? Il Divo: A Musical Affair Opens on Broadway, Featuring Heather Headley

first_img Show Closed This production ended its run on Nov. 13, 2013 Related Shows Star Files Il Divo: A Musical Affair View Comments Heather Headley Get your showtunes fix with an operatic twist beginning November 7, when Il Divo: A Musical Affair opens officially on Broadway. Starring Tony winner Heather Headley and the pop-opera quartet Il Divo, the new concert engagement will play through November 13 at the Marquis Theatre.In Il Divo: A Musical Affair, the opera studs will team up with Headley to sing hit songs from The Lion King, The Phantom of the Opera, South Pacific, Carousel, West Side Story and many more.Il Divo is comprised of French pop singer Sebastien Izambard, Spanish baritone Carlos Marin, American tenor David Miller and Swiss tenor Urs Buhler. In A Musical Affair, the singers will perform Broadway selections in several different languages.last_img read more

The Secret of My Success Musical to Receive Reading with Christian Slater, Chris Dwan, Lilli Cooper & More

first_imgMichael J. Fox in “The Secret of My Success”(Photo: Universal Pictures) The 1987 Universal Pictures flick The Secret of My Success is being turned into a musical. Gordon Greenberg (Holiday Inn) will direct a private industry reading of the in-the-works tuner on February 9 in New York City. The musical features a book by Greenberg and Steve Rosen (The Other Josh Cohen) and an original score by Michael Mahler (Miss Saigon) and Alan Schmuckler (All Shook Up). Broadway alum Chris Dwan (Finding Neverland, The Honeymooners) will take on the role of Brantley Foster, indelibly created on-screen by Michael J. Fox.The Secret of My Success follows recent college grad Brantley, who travels from his Kansas home to New York City to take on an exciting finance job. When he arrives in NYC, Brantley finds out that his job has been eliminated, and he has no choice but to work for his incompetent uncle, who earned his company’s presidency by way of marriage. Brantley begins as a mail clerk but soon climbs the corporate ladder and starts posing as a high-end executive.In addition to Dwan, the Secret of My Success reading will feature SpongeBob SquarePants star Lilli Cooper as Christy (the role originated in the movie by Helen Slater). The company will also include Golden Globe winner Christian Slater, Olivier winner Lesli Margherita, Tony winner Priscilla Lopez, Tony nominee Emily Skinner, Javier Muñoz, Lori Tan Chinn, David Rossmer, Levi Buksbazen, Courtney Balan, Josh Breckenridge, Kayla Davion, Alyse Alan Louis, Joey Taranto and Noah Weisberg.Further info on the development of The Secret of My Success will be announced at a later date. View Commentslast_img read more

Don’t forget me, Notts

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They’ll never walk alone

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Gurney’s Themed Igloos

first_imgIndependent/Courtesy Gurney’s Montauk Resort & Seawater SpaGurney’s Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa is highlighting seven multi-sensory, themed igloos.A Harry Potter-themed igloo includes the “Harry Potter” soundtrack, and is designed to incorporate elements like glass bottles to mimic potions, floating candles, a suitcase with a Gryffindor scarf, wands, and sorting hats for photo-ops. There will also be a Harry Potter trivial pursuit game. The book series will be on-hand for guests to share a favorite passage.The igloos reflect the design, activities, music, and cocktail/drink pairings for each theme. Other themes include Santa’s workshop, astrology, astronomy, tropical summer, log cabin, and après ski.Igloos are available seven days a week, but guests should make a reservation. Visit Sharelast_img read more

Red ink for Bluewater

first_imgFPSO Munin; Image: BluewaterBluewater, a service provider and operator of floating production storage and offloading units (FPSOs), has posted a loss of $99 million for the fourth quarter of 2015, compared to a profit of $2.8 million in 4Q 2014.According to the company’s 4Q results report, the major fall of the oil price since mid-2014 has had negative consequences for the company’s business performance and financial outlook.The lower oil prices coupled with depleting field reservoirs have in 2015 led to discussions with the company’s FPSO clients about the sustainability of continued economic production, which resulted in agreed reductions of Bluewater’s lease revenues, the company explained.Additionally, the contract for the FPSO Glas Dowr producing from the Kitan field, in the Timor Sea, for the Italian oil company Eni was terminated for convenience and the FPSO ceased operations on December 14, 2015. The disconnection project for the FPSO Glas Dowr started in February and is conducted by Technip and Australia’s Neptune was contracted to provide air diving services.With the continued lower oil price, there is increased uncertainty around the timing of award for new contracts to redeploy the FPSOs, the operator said. The adverse market circumstances have also had a negative timing effect on the future development of the single point mooring (SPM) order backlog.The fourth quarter 2015 EBITDA for the FPSO division was $47.7 million, resulting in an EBITDA of $169.9 for the FPSO division for the year 2015 compared to $150.1 million EBITDA for the year 2014. The $19.8 million increase in EBITDA compared to the year 2014 was mainly driven by a $63.7 million increase in EBITDA for the FPSO Haewene Brim.Bluewater said that this increase in EBITDA was due to $67.6 million increase in amortization of deferred income in relation to the capitalized Brynhild project costs, partly offset by increased maintenance costs and reduced income due to constraints in production levels during the year 2015.Offshore Energy Today Stafflast_img read more

Will rising student debt lead to a ‘lost generation’ of solicitors?

first_imgLawyers unite on 3 July to join the Pride London Parade, celebrating and promoting diversity in the profession. It is just 15 years since the Law Society added sexual orientation to its code of practice in respect of discrimination, which illustrates just how contemporary the diversity debate remains in so many of its strands – and how much progress has been made in recent times. Other developments in this sphere are less encouraging. Trainee debt is soaring; 35% have debts of over £15,000 and 55% of more than £10,000. And this is before the government lifts the tuition fee cap, which could treble these figures. Would you have gone to university in the certain knowledge you would graduate owing £50,000? Research published this week by the Sutton Trust Educational Charity showed that a big rise in tuition fees is likely to lead to a dramatic fall in the number of teenagers aspiring to go to university – with those from poorer backgrounds most likely to abandon hope of getting a degree. Staff and students at more than 70 colleges and universities demonstrated against funding cuts, warning of a ‘lost generation’ of learners. As the years pass, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation and disability are likely to diminish in importance as determinants of access to a career (and success within it). That’s a good thing, of course. But in a US-style market for higher education, how much money your parents have got is going to become much more important. Is it time for a graduate tax?last_img read more

Construction industry gossip: Coronavirus masks and Donald Trump in India

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MOL launches dedicated projects brand

first_imgMOL Group says that the new brand represents its effort to clearly define each company within the group, and demonstrate its capabilities in the project cargo field.Since heavy plant and project cargo transport is one of MOL Group’s major focuses, the group explained that four of its companies – Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, MOL Logistics, Utoc, and Mitsui O.S.K. Kinkai – will jointly demonstrate the MOL Project & Heavy Cargo brand.The new brand logo will be displayed at the Breakbulk China exhibition being held in Shanghai this week.As well as offering turnkey logistics solutions for project cargo shipments, MOL also offers a broad range of other services, including plant engineering, installation and assembly work; ocean transport services, using multipurpose vessels, ro-ro ships and containerships; and other logistics services, such as forwarding and Customs clearance. The logo for MOL’s new project and heavy cargo brand. read more

SC&RA workshop set for September

first_imgThe SC&RA is optimistic that the 2015 workshop will be even more successful than last year’s workshop in Dallas, Texas, which attracted over 550 engineers, crane operators, safety directors and managers.The workshop will focus on safety issues, regulatory and legislative updates, and networking opportunities.Keynote speaker, Eric Chester, will present an educational session on strategies that companies use to retain their young workforce; Jeremy Landry of Deep South Crane and Rigging will present on jack and roll techniques; John Groce of WireCo will speak about crucial calls when evaluating wire ropes; and Frank Hegan of Crane Tech Solutions will discuss increasing safety and productivity through visual technology. In addition, Bill Smith of NBIS will discuss new crane rules and new compliance directives; while John Glinski of Tappan Zee Construction will give a project spotlight on a new bridge project in New York. George Young will moderate a panel that will examine the repair and replacing of structures; Kris Koberg of DICA Outrigger Pads will speak on the three factors affecting the size of the crane mat or outrigger pad; and representatives from Barnhart, Fagioli and Transdata Movimentacao De Cargas Complexas will present details of the winners of the SC&RA’s 2015 rigging job of the year awards.The workshop will begin the SC&RA crane and rigging group’s tower crane committee on September 22. Additional meetings and events throughout the workshop include: meetings of the safety, education and training committee, labour committee and governing committee; and exhibit centre; raffle draw; hot buffet lunch; and other receptions.www.scranet.orglast_img read more