Monthly Archives: November 2021

Pamplin Media Group – My opinion: the state of the art of Stephen Sondheim

A Portland-based actor, director and producer thoughts on the songwriter and lyricist who passed away on November 26. In 1986, I sat anxiously at the back of the Old Globe Theater in San Diego while Stephen Sondheim led the beat of his new musical “Into the Woods”. I was studying …

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Parliament called for recognition of harm to staff – myGC.com.au

The Federal Parliament has been called upon to publicly recognize the damage caused by bullying and sexual misconduct at the top of Australian politics. A third of people working in the parliamentary precinct and election offices in Canberra say they have been sexually harassed on the job. “It’s a man’s …

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Celebrate the centenary of the tango master Astor Piazzolla in grand style | Chicago News

Pianist Jun Cho (left) and violinist Philippe Quint. (Courtesy of Philippe Quint and PianoForte) Tango music danced in Argentina and Uruguay in the mid-19th century through European immigrants (especially Italians), but its roots were a complex mix of African, Cuban and other influences. By the turn of the 20th century, …

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Giorgio Armani group partners with La Scala on opening night – WWD

ARMANI’S SUPPORT: The Giorgio Armani group will join forces with the La Scala theater during the opening night of the 2021/2022 season on December 7 and, for the occasion, the floral arrangements presented inside the room will be organized by Armani / Flourish. “After a difficult period for the world …

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Wizkid at O2 review: A full-scale show for the Nigerian Afrobeats star

R Quickly emerging as the world’s first pop superstar of the burgeoning afrobeats scene, Wizkid cemented his close ties to London by playing the first of three huge O2 concerts on Sunday. Arriving atop a raised platform surrounded by candles, the 31-year-old Nigerian singer spent the next 90 minutes dancing …

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Guests and staff trapped in pub since Friday due to Storm Arwen plan karaoke night

Staff at a snow-secluded pub set up a karaoke night as they expect patrons to be unable to escape on a third night. 61 people were trapped in the Tan Hill Inn in the Yorkshire Dales on Friday following heavy snowfall during Storm Arwen, but some guests claimed they “didn’t …

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Selvaraghavan uses the shooting style used in “Pudhupettai” to shoot “Naane Varuven”

Chennai: Speaking to Instagram, the director said: “After 18 years (‘Pudhupettai’) where I did a few handheld shots, I shot a full handheld movie in #naanevaruven while trying out my frames with Yamini Yagnamurthy. “ Besides Yamini Yagnamurthy, who is the director of photography for the film, the director also …

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Latchingdon drama group’s popular ‘Showhits’ returns to the stage after two years

Performers from an amateur arts and theater society in Latchingdon, Essex are returning to the stage for their annual variety show for the first time in two years. Latchingdon Arts & Drama Society (LADS), like many other theater groups across the country, has been shut down and shut down during …

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Mastodon’s Troy Sanders on tour during pandemic: “You need to cut back on extracurricular activities”

MASTODON singer / bassist Troy sanders spoke to Rapture Radio about the group’s recent North American tour with OPETH and ZEAL & ARDEUR. He said (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): “We’re just getting started. The first two shows were fantastic. And it’s that reminder, after a hiatus of a few years, …

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Large-scale musical event to mark the 1500th anniversary

ONE of Ireland’s best-known composers is assembling the last pieces of a large-scale work to mark the 1500 anniversary of St Colmcille.Vincent Kennedy has written twenty individual pieces which go together to compose ‘Colmcille, dove of peace’ which will be performed in An Grianán on Sunday 5 December.The work will …

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