first_img Floyd has been seen on the Great White Way in After Midnight, Porgy and Bess, Avenue Q and The Lion King. Other theater credits include Cotton Club Parade, Little Miss Sunshine, Little Ham, Crowns and Blind Lemon Blues. She has appeared on screen in Law & Order, Rubicon, Mercy, One Life to Live and Coach. Related Shows View Comments Chicago A new mistress of Murderers Row is heading to Chicago on Broadway! Carmen Ruby Floyd will step into the role of Matron “Mama” Morton on September 29, taking over from Carol Woods. The current cast of Chicago also stars Bianca Marroquin as Roxie Hart, Amra-Faye Wright as Velma Kelly, two-time Tony Award nominee Christopher Fitzgerald as Billy Flynn and Paul C. Vogt as Amos Hart. from $49.50last_img read more

first_imgWe’re opening up our minds and letting our fantasies unwind at this news. Tennis superstar Rafael Nadal, who is about to begin his campaign at this year’s U.S. open, is a superfan of…Broadway! More specifically, of one Andrew Lloyd Webber. Nadal recently revealed to Vanity Fair that The Phantom of the Opera makes his spirit start to soar so much that he’s checked out the musical “like seven times.”What does the legendary composer make of his latest phan? “He would make a wonderful Phantom,” Lloyd Webber exclusively commented to Broadway.com, “maybe he can sing!”Other Great White Way productions on Nadal’s must-see list? “Les Miserables, Mamma Mia!, Lion King…” We’ll happily feast our eyes show you around the Main Stem, Mr. Nadal, if you have any downtime over the next fortnight…In the meantime, we are using the below video to inspire us dreamcasting Nadal in various other Broadway roles. View Comments The Phantom of the Opera Related Shows from $29.00last_img read more

first_img Loading… It also said that they “have agreed to work together to arrive at shared solutions”. The current UK lockdown period is due to end on April 13 which will allow clubs and players to begin training again. It is understood that a conference call involving the various governing bodies helped them to reach a solution, although it could still be altered should the situation change in the UK. Liverpool have looked like champions elect for much of the season Read Also: Ighalo wins Man Utd’s goal of the month award Liverpool currently lead the Premier League by 25 points and are destined to be named champions, although they have been forced to wait. A host of teams are trying to ensure they retain top flight status at the opposite end of the table. In the Championship Leeds and West Brom are favourites to be promoted to the Premier League, but the second tier still has nine games to play. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Games will be played behind closed doors as a precaution with the coronavirus pandemic claiming thousands of lives worldwide. Authorities are determined to finish the season according to football.london amid fears over the financial ramifications. A lack of matchday revenue is likely to hit teams in the third and fourth tiers of English football more than any other. Fixtures are currently postponed until April 30 at the earliest with the majority of Premier League sides still having nine games to play. Governing bodies have said that “difficult decisions will have to be taken” as they bid to conclude the current season. The Premier League are set to restart the season behind closed doors and finish it over a period of four to six weeks. The football league are set to follow the same time frame as they bid to conclude the campaign once it resumes after also discussing measures with the FA. Promoted ContentTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks8 Things To Expect If An Asteroid Hits Our PlanetCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?The 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreSome Impressive And Almost Shocking Robots That Exist8 Ways Drones Will Automate Our Future7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universelast_img read more

first_img The embarrassing midweek Capital One Cup exit at Sheffield United made it five successive defeats in all competitions, so Saturday’s 3-0 victory against Everton was a timely shot in the arm. The comprehensive win ended Saints’ worst losing streak of the 21st century in some style and Long believes highlighted the ludicrous nature of suggestions the bubble had burst at St Mary’s. “I think lots of people don’t have a clue what they are talking about, saying stuff like that,” the Republic of Ireland forward told Press Association Sport. “I think if you’d come to watch us and seen the games, you would be happy with the performances. “You’d be disappointed with the results, like we were, but we knew that if we kept doing the right things that things would turn our way and we’d get that rub of the green and take our chances when they come. “That was the case against Everton. I think after the first goal, we kind of played a bit more freely and caused them a lot of problems. “To come up with two more to see the game out and keep the clean sheet, it was a positive day all round.” Long said the players decided to “win at all costs” against Everton after the humbling at Bramall Lane, which had repercussions far beyond dented pride. Shane Long has been surprised by people suggesting the bubble has burst at Southampton. An unparalleled talent drain in the summer led to predictions of doom and gloom around St Mary’s, only for Ronald Koeman’s new-look side to enjoy the club’s best-ever top-flight start. Talk of a title challenge and Champions League qualification soon followed, only for the narrative to quickly change as Saints’ season began to go awry. Morgan Schneiderlin and Victor Wanyama were both booked against the Blades and, as a result, were suspended for the visit of Everton – absentees which saw Harrison Reed given his first Premier League start. The 19-year-old academy graduate has been patiently waiting in the wings for his chance and certainly grabbed it, putting in a wonderful display in defensive midfield. Long was delighted for Reed, who he jokes is like the lead character of American TV show ‘Ray Donovan’ – a professional ‘fixer’ who makes people’s problems disappear. “I call him Ray Donovan because he just cleans up in midfield,” he said with a smile. “I was delighted for him because he trains hard and I was really impressed since the first day I came in. “He was waiting for his chance. It is hard to get a game with the quality we have in midfield, but two suspensions and Jack Cork injured as well, it has given him a chance to shine and he took it. “I thought he was immense and did really, really well stopping the ball getting to the attack and breaking up play. It was good to watch.” As for Everton, they approach Stoke’s arrival at Goodison Park with their injury problems somewhat improved. The return of John Stones is one such boost, with the England international fit to start again after damaging ankle ligaments and going under the knife in October. “I think John is ready,” manager Roberto Martinez said of the defender, who has been an unused substitute in Everton’s last two matches. “Obviously we had some players back and that is always pleasing. “Kevin Mirallas is probably the next one and that should be in the next few days. “It’s important we get everyone back. James McCarthy and Leon Osman, we’ll assess them in the next few days. “And there is Darron Gibson, so it will be important to get some fresh blood into the side.” Press Associationlast_img read more