Broadway.com has confirmed that six-time Tony winner Audra McDonald, upon finishing her star turn in Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill on the Great White Way, has been approached to lead a film adaptation of Michael John LaChiusa’s Hello Again. The project is not yet confirmed. View Comments McDonald took home her record-breaking sixth Tony Award this year for Lady Day; she has also won for Carousel, Master Class, Ragtime, A Raisin in the Sun and Porgy and Bess. She’s also no stranger to bringing musicals to the screen, having starred in NBC’s The Sound of Music Live! and the 1999 TV adaptation of Annie. According to Showbiz411, the movie will be directed by Tom Gustafson and will feature a screenplay by Cory Krueckeberg. The two previously collaborated on films including the gay-themed musical Were the World Mine, while McDonald starred in LaChiusa’s Marie Christine on the Great White Way. No additional casting or timeline has been announced. With a book and score by LaChiusa and based on Arthur Schnitzler’s play La Ronde, Hello Again follows an assortment of love affairs among ten characters, spanning across each decade of the 1900s. The tuner premiered off-Broadway in 1993, and was most recently revived off-Broadway with a cast that included Max von Essen, Elizabeth Stanley and Rachel Bay Jones.
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The Batesville Freshman Boys Basketball team lost a tough game to East Central on Thursday, 48-36. While the final score doesn’t reflect it, the game was close until the 4th quarter when East Central pulled away, as Batesville was unable to find ways to score. Batesville was led in scoring by Cooper Wilhelm (14) and Eli Pierson (8). Batesville plays Lawrenceburg tomorrow at home at 6 PM.1st Qtr-Batesville 10, East Central 82nd Qtr-East Central 21, Batesville 193rd Qtr-East Central 34, Batesville 314th Qtr-East Central 48, Batesville 36Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Sean Boyce.
Share English football suspension extended until 30 April March 19, 2020 Russell James – The FAThe Football Association (FA) enters an official payments partnership with PayPal that plans to transform how players pay their fees at grassroots level.By pushing payments through ‘The FA Matchday App’, the collaboration hopes to enable grassroots footballers to pay their match fees with their smartphones – bringing in possibly millions of extra pounds for grassroots clubs every season.Problems such as match fees, annual subs, and fines incurred for receiving red or yellow cards can be resolved through the mobile app.According to FA statistics conducted in May 2018, 80% of clubs take physical cash and 38% use cheques to collect payments despite modern societies advancement in digital payments. Dependance on physical money and cheques has meant over the years many clubs have encountered losses from late or missing payments and the FA believes that millions of pounds extra could be collected digitally by grassroots clubs every season.During the four year partnership, both organisations aim to work together on further initiatives to help support grassroots football; later this year, grassroots clubs will be able to access free PayPal-branded football training kit and equipment.Director of Digital Engagement at The FA, Russell James said: “This signals our intent to further bring grassroots football into the digital age, making the game more accessible for all. “Importantly this service will help save time and reduce administration for those people who dedicate their time to organising the football that so many people enjoy. “Working with PayPal, the market leaders in their field can only have a positive impact for everyone at grassroots football.”Incorporating digital payments through the new ‘FA Matchday App’,is hoped to simplify the collection and tracking of money for people who manage grassroots football teams.Rob Harper – PayPalThe app also allows clubs to organise matches and training, select their line-up, and give updates to their team. Players can share their availability, view all future fixtures and keep an eye on the tables and results.Rob Harper, Director of Mobile Payments at PayPal UK explained: “Technology is enabling us to move away from cash in almost all aspects of life, and the beautiful game is next. “Together with The FA, we’ve devised an easy way for players to leave their wallet or chequebook at home, and use their PayPal digital wallet to settle up instead.” Share UEFA confirms indefinite Finals postponement March 24, 2020 Related Articles StumbleUpon Premier League looks to broadcast every behind-closed-door fixture August 28, 2020 Submit