18 Jan

Anna-Jane Casey and More to Star in London’s Forbidden Broadway

first_img Casey, who starred in the 2009 production of Menier’s Forbidden Broadway, has also appeared in Billy Elliot, Spamalot, Company and Sunday in the Park with George. Dann, who received an Olivier nomination for Lend Me a Tenor—the Musical, has also stared in a previous incarnation of Forbidden Broadway, in addition to Sunday in the Park with George. Humbley recently took to the Menier stage in Merrily We Roll Along and has also appeared in productions of Company, Lend Me a Tenor—the Musical and The Last Five Years. Lewis’ theater credits include Candide, Therese Raquin, Love Never Dies, A Little Night Music, Spamalot and Priscilla—Queen of the Desert. Under the direction of Phillip George, who also helms the show in New York, Forbidden Broadway will feature music direction by Joel Fram, costumes by Morgan Large and sound design by Gareth Owen. View Commentscenter_img Anna-Jane Casey, Sophie-Louise Dann, Damian Humbley and Ben Lewis will star in the previously announced London return of Gerard Alessandrini’s Forbidden Broadway. New York’s longest-running comedy revue will feature takes on productions from both Broadway and the West End, including The Book of Mormon, Once, Matilda, Wicked and Miss Saigon. Performances begin June 19 prior to a July 2 opening night at the Menier Chocolate Factory. The show will play through August 16.last_img read more

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23 Sep

First visit to Siskiyou worth $3,000 to Rod Restad Memorial winner Hogge

first_imgBobby Hogge IV was the $3,000 Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified feature winner at Siski­you Motor Speedway’s Rod Restad Memorial. The Saturday checkers were Hogge’s 13th of the season. (Photo courtesy of Siskiyou Motor Speedway)YREKA, Calif. (Sept. 24) – Win number 13 on the season was worth $3,000 for Bobby Hogge IV.Hogge ventured to Siskiyou Motor Speedway for Saturday’s Rod Restad Memorial and led all 30 laps in the Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified feature.A rash of early cautions slowed the main event but the race ended with 20-plus green flag cir­cuits. Alex Stanford was second and Ryan McDaniel ended in third.“This was the first time I’d even seen the track,” said Hogge, who drew the pole start. “I ran the lower line and Alex and Ryan were pretty close behind.”“When I got to lapped traffic, I just made sure I knew where they were going,” he added. “I figured with those two behind me, I didn’t have a lot of room to make any mistakes.”Second place paid $2,000 and third paid $1,000. Jeremy Richey and Mark Wauge completed the top five.Hogge was already on the ballot for the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational. The Restad Memorial was already his fourth qualifying event victory since the first week of August.Feature results – 1. Bobby Hogge IV; 2. Alex Stanford; 3. Ryan McDaniel; 4. Jeremy Richey; 5. Mark Wauge; 6. Zach Fettinger; 7. Monte Bischoff; 8. Albert Gill; 9. Nick Trenchard; 10. Lenny Toolanen; 11. Manny Freeman; 12. Duane Cleveland; 13. James Anderson; 14. Dan Thomas; 15. Adam Walters; 16. Tom Berry Jr.; 17. Larry McCracken; 18. Duane Orsburn.last_img read more

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