It’s official! As previously reported Kristin Davis will be joining the woman who will not be ignored, Natascha McElhone, in the West End production of Fatal Attraction. Mark Bazeley rounds out the leads of the stage adaptation, written by the film’s screenwriter, James Dearden and directed by Trevor Nunn. The show is set to begin previews March 8 at the Theatre Royal Haymarket with opening night scheduled for March 25. Bazeley’s stage credits include Scenes from a Marriage, Our New Girl, The Seagull, Death of a Salesman, Macbeth, Homebody/Kabul and The Real Thing. His screen credits include Death in Paradise, The Accused, Mistresses, Hustle, Spooks, Prime Suspect, The Queen, The Damned United and The Special Relationship. Designs are by Rob Jones with lighting by Paul Pyant and sound by Paul Groothuis. Fatal Attraction was nominated for six Oscars including Best Picture, Best Actress for Glenn Close and Best Screenplay. Bazeley will play the role Michael Douglas made famous in the 1987 movie, Dan Gallagher, while Davis will appear as his wife Beth and McElhone as Alex Forrest. Other cast includes Jane How as Joan and Alex Lowe as Jimmy. Final casting will be announced shortly. Fatal Attraction tells the story of Dan Gallagher, a successful New York lawyer with a loving family. After having a one-night-stand with Alex Forrest, he assumes he can walk away without consequence, but Alex becomes obsessed with Dan, aggressively pursuing both him and his family. Davis appeared on Broadway in The Best Man and made her British stage debut in in The Exonerated. Emmy nominated for her portrayal of Charlotte on TV’s Sex and the City and the subsequent films, other notable screen roles include Melrose Place, Couples Retreat, Nine Months and The Shaggy Dog. View Comments
U.S. Screening Dates Announced for the West End’s From Here to Eternity The West End production of From Here to Eternity will hit U.S. movie theaters nationwide on October 2, October 5 and October 9. As previously reported, the tuner, featuring a book by Bill Oakes, music by Stuart Brayson and lyrics by Tony and Oscar winner Tim Rice, shuttered in London in March. Tyne Daly View Comments Watch Tyne Daly Talk Shoes, Tonys and Roseanne Barr Tyne Daly recently stopped by The View to talk everything from her star turn in Mothers and Sons to plastic shoes to not having had a break since 1968. Oh, and to have a bit of a lovefest with guest co-host Roseanne Barr. Check out the interview below then see the 2014 Tony nominee at the John Golden Theatre on Broadway. Emma Watson’s Eyeing a Musical Emma Watson may star in a movie musical with Miles Teller! That’s right, the Harry Potter favorite is eyeing Damien Chazelle’s La La Land. According to The Wrap, the film follows two dreamers who fall for each other in Los Angeles. Star Files Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today.
Star Files Laura Osnes View Comments Ready for the holidays? No? OK…how about now? We may still be picking out our Broadway Halloween costumes, but soon enough, that giant tree will be up at 30 Rock and gingerbread will be the new pumpkin spice. What better place to escape the soon-to-be wintry mix than a night at the Great White Way’s hottest nightclub? Check out just some of the recently announced acts, from Yuletide celebrations to sets highlighting composing greats, all coming soon to 54 Below!CHASING THE DAYStarring Matt Doyle, Annaleigh Ashford & More – 11/17 at 7 & 9:30PMComposer Will Van Dyke’s 2010 album Chasing the Day comes back to life as a song cycle, featuring the original tracks plus new material by Van Dyke and co-lyricist Josh Halloway. Broadway faves Doyle and Ashford will be joined on stage by Preston Sadleir and If/Then’s Tamika Lawrence. GET TICKETS54 BELOW CELEBRATES WILDHORN12/2, 3, 5 & 6 at 7PM, 12/5 & 6 at 9:30PM“This is the moment” for belters! Some of Broadway’s best will reunite to “raise a little hell” and showcase the music of Frank Wildhorn. Go “down the rabbit hole” as Jeremy Jordan, Laura Osnes, Constantine Maroulis and more sing Jekyll and Hyde, Bonnie & Clyde and others, plus some Whitney Houston and Sammy Davis, Jr. GET TICKETSMATT DOYLEAnd the Whiskey Five – 12/4 & 12/23 at 9:30PMNeed even more Matt Doyle and Will Van Dyke? Of course you do. Grab your tackiest holiday sweater and head to 54 Below for a night of yuletide merriment. Special guests, including some Tony-nominated Broadway faves and Doyle’s friends and family, will join in on the fun. GET TICKETSA LITTLE PRINCESSIn Concert – 12/8 & 16 at 7PMIt’s time to “live out loud” once more. Pint-sized songstress and 54 Below fave Abigail Shapiro stars as Sara Crewe in the concert presentation of Andrew Lippa and Brian Crawley’s musical. She’ll be joined by Lippa himself as Captain Crewe, as well as a host of additional Broadway names. GET TICKETSLIZ CALLAWAY”Celebrate!” – 12/22-24, 26 & 27 at 7PMThis winter, the Callaways are going solo. After Ann Hampton Callaway hits the stage in November, Liz will bring holiday cheer to the hotspot in December. The Broadway darling will perform songs from her Christmas album Merry and Bright, as well as standards from Stephen Sondheim, Richard Rodgers and more. GET TICKETS AMY SPANGER”This Must Be The Place” – 1/6 & 17 at 9:30PMJoin Amy Spanger as she hits the stage to do what she does best: belting her face off to some pop, rock, country and showtunes. Join Spanger and her musical partner Kris Kukul as they revisit the tunes that launched her career: from “Come to Your Senses” to “Don’t Stop Believing.” GET TICKETS
Average retail gasoline prices in Vermont have fallen 4.7 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.81/g yesterday. This compares with the national average that has fallen 0.2 cents per gallon in the last week to $2.73/g, according to gasoline price website VermontGasPrices.com.Including the change in gas prices in Vermont during the past week, prices yesterday were 25.7 cents per gallon higher than the same day one year ago and are 11.9 cents per gallon lower than a month ago. The national average has decreased 18.6 cents per gallon during the last month and stands 14.3 cents per gallon higher than this day a year ago.Source: VermontGasPrices.com 6.7.2010
ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr by: David MorrisonCUNA has asked the CFPB to extend the deadline for credit unions to comply with new regulations under the Truth in Lending Act and Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act to Jan. 1, 2016.In a July 6 comment letter on the agency proposal to shift the TILA-RESPA compliance deadline from Aug. 15, 2015, CUNA Senior Director of Advocacy Andrew Price wrote that the current deadline falls in the middle of the summer, one of the busiest seasons for credit unions. continue reading »
ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr The world of payments is spinning fast and changing dramatically, Bill Lehman, CSCU’s senior vice president of portfolio consulting, said during the 2016 CSCU Solutions Conference in Orlando.Lehman cited four key payments priorities credit unions should address immediately:1. Mobile bankingA member’s digital experience with your app is arguably more important than the one they have at your branch because they’re more likely to bank digitally than in person.“We’ve got to improve the user experience,” Lehman said.He said credit unions should focus on providing a full-feature banking app, a consistent user experience across channels, and a streamlined application processes for mobile. continue reading »
9SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr The ever informative CUtoday features an article this morning quoting Becky Landis, CEO of State Highway Patrol FCU in which she argues that the only way credit unions can stop “frivolous” ADA website lawsuits is to litigate. “Yes, you could say that it might be cheaper and less costly for the credit union to roll over and settle, but am I really doing justice to my membership by doing that?”Great question and I know that it’s one that many credit unions are wrestling with these days. There is certainly a time and place to push back against these lawsuits but just remember that not all of them frivolous. They are annoying, obnoxious and arguably of little utility but a good faith argument can be made that the ADA applies to your website. The real question is, in circumstances where your website is ADA compliant or will be in the near future, should you hand out settlement money just to avoid litigation? There are some great legal issues that have to be litigated if the industry is going to get clarification as to what does and does not constitute as ADA compliance. continue reading »
In recent weeks, the COVID-19 pandemic has changed many aspects of our society and emphasized the gravity of an updated business continuity plan (BCP). A clear BCP empowers your organization to operate smoothly and confidently in the wake of a crisis such as this, from natural disasters like pandemics or tornadoes to a manmade disaster like cyberattacks or sabotage.Fortunately, you can simplify the process of revising your BCP even at a distance through a comfortable command of a secure board portal. Whether you have already taken the board out of the room and need to conduct business affairs from a distance, or you want to prepare for any eventuality, the following suggestions will help you further utilize your board portal and maintain stability in the event of unforeseen emergencies.1. Conduct Teleconference MeetingsIf you can’t go to the boardroom yourself, use your board portal to make it come to you. Using video and audio, you can conduct conferences as usual, with little to no deviation from your typical routines and standards. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »
Synergy in Svetvincenat. By collaborating public and private partnership to a common ticket for attractions
In Svetvinčenat, a Cooperation Agreement was signed between Savičente doo, a company wholly owned by the Municipality of Svetvinčenat that operates as a tourist agency, and partners Family Centar Štokovci, the Historical Association of Kaštel and the Medieval Theme Park Sanc. Michael; which agreed on joint cooperation in the promotion of the destination and the sale of joint tickets. Shared tickets include partner facilities, ie entrance to the Sanc Medieval Theme Park. Michael, entrance to the play “Medieval Nights” performed every week by the Historical Association of Kastel, a quad ride on the adrenaline trail in the Family Center Stokovci and the game Escape castle in the castle Morosini – Grimani and entrance to the House of the Witch Mare managed by Savicenta doo Medieval Theme Park Sanc. Michael RELATED NEWS: By purchasing a joint ticket, visitors save 20%, and the price of a joint ticket is HRK 250. Shared tickets can be purchased at the newly opened, upgraded Mare Witch House visitor center. Find out more about tourist facilities in Svetvincenat HERE
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