London’s Funny Girl to Appear in Cinemas Worldwide; Watch Sheridan Smith Sing Out in Theatrical Trailer
Following the announcement of screenings around the United Kingdom, Trafalgar Releasing has announced that London’s Funny Girl starring Olivier winner Sheridan Smith will be broadcast in cinemas globally on October 24. Tony winner Michael Mayer’s production was filmed by Digital Theatre during the final week of its run at the Manchester Palace Theatre.Funny Girl follows Brice (played by Smith), who rose from the Lower East Side of New York to become one of Broadway’s biggest stars under producer Florenz Ziegfield. While she was cheered onstage as a great comedian, offstage she faced a doomed relationship with the man she loved.Jule Styne and Bob Merrill’s now-classic score features songs such as “People,” “You Are Woman, I Am Man” and “Don’t Rain on My Parade.” Mayer’s acclaimed production featured choreography by Lynne Page and a revised book by Tony winner Harvey Fierstein (adapted from Isobel Lennart’s original).In addition to Smith, the cast includes Darius Campbell as Nick Arnstein, Nigel Barber as Florenz Ziegfeld, Zoë Ann Bown as Mrs. Meeker, Martin Callaghan as Mr. Keeney, Jennifer Harding as Emma, Rachel Izen as Mrs. Brice, Joshua Lay as Eddie and Myra Sands as Mrs. Strakosh, with Rhianne Alleyne, Kit Benjamin, Lloyd Davies, Flora Dawson, Joseph Dockree, Abigayle Honeywill, Brontë Lavine, David Mcintosh, Peter Nash, Gillian Parkhouse, Tom Partridge, Nova Skipp, Alexandra Waite-Roberts, Sam Wingfield and Alexandra Wright.For cinema locations, click here. Check out the first theatrical trailer below. Sheridan Smith in “Funny Girl”(Photo: Johan Persson) View Comments
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Despite crisis, Muskegon’s Tony Ferguson may still get his shot at UFC title,Former Oakridge star Sophia Wiard learned a lot in first season at University of Toledo
0 Not relevant $20.00$233.61 Ads by Amazon Displayed poorly By Nich WolakLocalSportsJournal.comMUSKEGON – The sports world has come to a halt with the outbreak of COVID-19.Even Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White gave in to the realities of the ever-changing landscape, postponing events scheduled for March 21, March 28 and April 11.Tony Ferguson talks to the press after fighting Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone back on June 8 in Chicago. Photo/Nich WolakBut there is one fight White refuses to postpone or cancel – Muskegon’s Tony Ferguson versus Russia’s Khabib Nurmagomedov for the lightweight championship (155 pounds). “Khabib and Tony is going to happen,” White said last week in an interview with TSN, a major sports channel in Canada. “We’re going to figure that out. We’re going to make it happen. It’s just going to be a matter of how quickly we can get back to being normal.”The bout, originally scheduled to be held at the Barclay Center in Brooklyn, New York on April 18, will be moved to an alternate location. Media speculation has been that the fight card will switch to an international site, with Middle Eastern cities Abu Dhabi and Dubai being prime candidates.Nurmagomedov, a practicing Muslim, is a fan favorite in the region. Part of the UFC’s insistence on keeping the event on the schedule may be due to the elusive nature of the matchup. Ferguson and Nurmagomedov have been scheduled to fight four other times, but health issues for both (ribs and a bad weight cut for Nurmagomedov, blood and fluid in the lungs and a torn lateral collateral ligament (LCL) for Ferguson) prevented a meeting.Muskegon’s Tony Ferguson (left) squares up with Donald Cerrone (far right) during their weigh-in on Friday, June 7. Photo/Nich WolakFerguson has felt the UFC gold around his waist before. He won an interim belt in 2017 – interim belts act as a placeholder of sorts when the champion is inactive – but was stripped of it due to the LCL injury. Ferguson, the No. 1 contender with a career record of 25-3, is riding a 12-fight winning streak. He is coming off a TKO of Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone on June 8, 2019. Nurmagomedov (28-0) last defended his belt on Sept. 7, 2019, defeating Dustin “Diamond” Poirier. Like many professional fighters, particularly Americans, Ferguson has a wrestling background. He earned all-state status three times at Muskegon Catholic Central High School, winning a state title at 152 pounds in 2002, his senior season. He went on to wrestle at Grand Valley State University, capturing a National Collegiate Wrestling Association championship in 2006 at 165 pounds. Ferguson began training for MMA in California at the end of his collegiate wrestling career, with his first professional fight taking place in 2008. 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