Victor Costa

24 Feb 19
Noticel

Vucetich hace efecto Querétaro suma primer triunfo a costa de Morelia Sábado 23 de Febrero.- La mano del director técnico Víctor Manuel Vucetich se apreció de inmediato y el club de futbol Querétaro logró su primera victoria del Torneo Clausura 2019 de la Liga MX, luego de imponerse 3-0 a un golpeado Morelia. El mediocampista Javier […]

23 Feb 19
The Libertarian Labyrinth

With nerves unstrung by that horrent nightmare, which had replunged me into the cruel vortex of nineteenth century antagonism and brutality, I cast around for some method of restoring my usual equanimity. An excursion into the country would, it appeared to me, serve the double purpose of acting as a nervous sedative, and of enabling me to realize something of the conditions of rural life in this year 2000 A. D.

23 Feb 19
ศาสตร์เกษตรดินปุ๋ย2

ศาสตร์เกษตรดินปุ๋ย : ขอบคุณแหล่งข้อมูล : หนังสือพิมพ์ The Nation http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/sports/30364499 Amir Khan and Ariel Sexton ONE CHAMPIONSHIP ATHLETES SHOWCASE SKILLS AT ONE: CALL TO GREATNESS OPEN WORKOUT IN SINGAPORE sports February 21, 2019 11:21 By Agencies 2,029 Viewed ONE Championship™ (ONE), held the official ONE: CALL TO GREATNESS Open Workout at Evolve Far East Square in Singapore. In […]

24 Feb 19
SCNG
Five Broadway musicals will be staged at Segerstrom Center for the Arts for the first time as part of the venue’s 2019-20 Broadway season, which will also feature the return of major hits such as “Les Misérables,” “Chicago,” “Miss Saigon” and “Disney’s The Lion King.” The center’s Broadway Series will include six productions, including “The Band’s Visit,” which premiered on Broadway in 2017 and won 10 Tony Awards including best musical, and “Mean Girls,” Tina Fey’s 2017 stage adaptation of the 2004 film comedy, which she also wrote. The 2019-20 Curtain Call Series will feature “Chicago,” popular performance ensemble Blue Man Group and “Escape to Margaritaville,” a 2017 musical based on the songs of Jimmy Buffett. #gallery-1641205-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1641205-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1641205-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1641205-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ A touring production of “Miss Saigon” will be at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa Oct. 1-13. (Photo by Matthew Murphy) Lila Coogan is Anya in the national tour of “Anastasia,” which makes its Segerstrom Center for the Arts premiere Nov. 5-17. (Photo by Matthew Murphy) “A Bronx Tale,” a crowd-pleasing musical about a young boy forced to choose between his father and the local mob boss, features music by Alan Menken (“Beauty and the Beast”). It makes its Segerstrom Center premiere March 10-22, 2020. (Photo by Joan Marcus) Matt Shingledecker as stars as Enjolras in the new national tour of “Les Misérables,” coming to the Segerstrom Center for the Arts May 5-17, 2020. (Photo by Matthew Murphy) “Mean Girls,” Tina Fey’s stage adaptation of her 2004 film of the same name, makes its Segerstrom Center premiere June 16-28, 2020. (Photo by Joan Marcus) “The Band’s Visit,” a 2017 hit that won 10 Tony Awards including best musical, makes its Segerstrom Center for the Arts premiere Aug. 13-23, 2020. (Photo by Matt Murphy) Blue Man Group will return to the Segerstrom Center for the Arts on Jan. 7-12 as part of the 2019-20 Curtain Call Series. (Photo by Lindsey Best) “Escape to Margaritaville,” a 2017 musical based on the songs of Jimmy Buffett, will make its Segerstrom Center premiere Feb. 4-9 as part of the venue’s Curtain Call Series. (Courtesy of Segerstrom Center for the Arts) The Kander and Ebb musical “Chicago,” the second longest-running show in Broadway history, returns to the Segerstrom Center April 14-19 as part of the 2019-20 Curtain Call Series. (Photo by Paul Kolnik) The “Circle of Life” production number is among many highlights of “The Lion King,” which returns to the Segerstrom Center Sept. 2-27, 2020. The production is a Special Broadway Bonus Event and is not included in either the Broadway Series or Curtain Call Series. (Photo by Brinkhoff-Mogenburg) New season ticket packages go on sale at 10 a.m. Monday, Feb. 25. Current season subscribers may renew their tickets beginning March 19. “Disney’s The Lion King,” which will take over the Segerstrom Hall stage Sept. 2-27, 2020, is being presented as a Special Broadway Bonus Event and is not included in the two series. For more information on the Broadway season, call 714-556-2787 or go to scfta.org. Here’s a look at the season: BROADWAY SERIES “Miss Saigon,” Oct. 1-13: This retelling of Puccini’s “Madame Butterfly,” set amid the waning days of the Vietnam War, centers on a romance between a young Vietnamese woman and a U.S. Marine. The musical, with book and music by Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil (“Les Misérables”) premiered in London in 1989 and on Broadway in 1991. It was nominated for 11 Tony Awards. “Anatastia,” Nov. 5-17: Inspired by two films based on the legend of Russian Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolavena, the plot concerns a young woman with amnesia trying to discover the secrets of her past. She seeks the assistance of a con man and an ex-aristocrat to investigate whether she could be the grand duchess, who was said to have escaped the execution of her family during the Russian Revolution. The musical premiered on Broadway in 2017. “A Bronx Tale,” March 10-22, 2020: This musical adapted from Chazz Palminteri’s one-man show (also turned into a 1993 film) tells the story of a young Italian-American boy torn between the allure of organized crime and the virtues of hard work extolled by his father. The show’s doo-wop score is by Alan Menken, winner of eight Oscars, 11 Grammys and a Tony for musicals such as “Little Shop of Horrors” and “Beauty and the Beast.” “Les Misérables,” May 5-17, 2020: This massively successful musical, inspired by the Victor Hugo novel of the same name, won eight Tony Awards for its original Broadway run in 1987. Since then it has become a major motion picture and the stage version has been revived repeatedly and has toured virtually non-stop. “Mean Girls,” June 16-26, 2020: Tina Fey collaborated with composer Jeff Richmond and lyricist Nell Benjamin to adapt her hit 2004 film comedy into a Broadway musical. It premiered in 2017 and opened on Broadway the following year, earning 12 Tony Award nominations. “The Band’s Visit,” Aug. 13-23, 2020: The story of an Israeli cafe owner whose life is transformed by the arrival of a group of Egyptian musicians won 10 of the 11 Tony Awards for which it was nominated; including best musical. New York Times theater critic Ben Brantley called it “ravishing” and “an honest-to-God musical for grown-ups.” Season tickets for the Broadway Series start at $140. CURTAIN CALL SERIES Blue Man Group, Jan. 7-12: The offbeat performance trio that began in New York in 1987 has morphed into a global franchise, with several iterations performing in various cities at the same time. “Escape to Margaritaville,” Feb. 4-9: This show based on the music of Jimmy Buffett should appeal to Parrotheads and others fond of its titular cocktail. “Chicago,” April 14-19, 2020: This musical created by John Kander (music), Fred Ebb (lyrics) and Bob Fosse (book with Ebb) originally opened in 1975. Its 1996 revival became the second longest-running show in Broadway history. Season tickets for the Curtain Call Series start at $105. SPECIAL BROADWAY BONUS EVENT “Disney’s The Lion King,” Sept. 2-27, 2020: This adaptation of the 1994 Disney animated feature film, with groundbreaking puppetry by original director Julie Taymor, has been a phenomenon since it opened on Broadway in 1997. It’s still playing on the Great White Way, has reportedly been seen by more than 95 million people and has grossed more than $1 billion. Tickets for “Disney’s The Lion King” start at $31.75.            
24 Feb 19
Orange County Register
Five Broadway musicals will be staged at Segerstrom Center for the Arts for the first time as part of the venue’s 2019-20 Broadway season, which will also feature the return of major hits such as “Les Misérables,” “Chicago,” “Miss Saigon” and “Disney’s The Lion King.” The center’s Broadway Series will include six productions, including “The Band’s Visit,” which premiered on Broadway in 2017 and won 10 Tony Awards including best musical, and “Mean Girls,” Tina Fey’s 2017 stage adaptation of the 2004 film comedy, which she also wrote. The 2019-20 Curtain Call Series will feature “Chicago,” popular performance ensemble Blue Man Group and “Escape to Margaritaville,” a 2017 musical based on the songs of Jimmy Buffett. #gallery-6700225-2 { margin: auto; } #gallery-6700225-2 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-6700225-2 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-6700225-2 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ A touring production of “Miss Saigon” will be at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa Oct. 1-13. (Photo by Matthew Murphy) Lila Coogan is Anya in the national tour of “Anastasia,” which makes its Segerstrom Center for the Arts premiere Nov. 5-17. (Photo by Matthew Murphy) “A Bronx Tale,” a crowd-pleasing musical about a young boy forced to choose between his father and the local mob boss, features music by Alan Menken (“Beauty and the Beast”). It makes its Segerstrom Center premiere March 10-22, 2020. (Photo by Joan Marcus) Matt Shingledecker as stars as Enjolras in the new national tour of “Les Misérables,” coming to the Segerstrom Center for the Arts May 5-17, 2020. (Photo by Matthew Murphy) “Mean Girls,” Tina Fey’s stage adaptation of her 2004 film of the same name, makes its Segerstrom Center premiere June 16-28, 2020. (Photo by Joan Marcus) “The Band’s Visit,” a 2017 hit that won 10 Tony Awards including best musical, makes its Segerstrom Center for the Arts premiere Aug. 13-23, 2020. (Photo by Matt Murphy) Blue Man Group will return to the Segerstrom Center for the Arts on Jan. 7-12 as part of the 2019-20 Curtain Call Series. (Photo by Lindsey Best) “Escape to Margaritaville,” a 2017 musical based on the songs of Jimmy Buffett, will make its Segerstrom Center premiere Feb. 4-9 as part of the venue’s Curtain Call Series. (Courtesy of Segerstrom Center for the Arts) The Kander and Ebb musical “Chicago,” the second longest-running show in Broadway history, returns to the Segerstrom Center April 14-19 as part of the 2019-20 Curtain Call Series. (Photo by Paul Kolnik) The “Circle of Life” production number is among many highlights of “The Lion King,” which returns to the Segerstrom Center Sept. 2-27, 2020. The production is a Special Broadway Bonus Event and is not included in either the Broadway Series or Curtain Call Series. (Photo by Brinkhoff-Mogenburg) New season ticket packages go on sale at 10 a.m. Monday, Feb. 25. Current season subscribers may renew their tickets beginning March 19. “Disney’s The Lion King,” which will take over the Segerstrom Hall stage Sept. 2-27, 2020, is being presented as a Special Broadway Bonus Event and is not included in the two series. For more information on the Broadway season, call 714-556-2787 or go to scfta.org. Here’s a look at the season: BROADWAY SERIES “Miss Saigon,” Oct. 1-13: This retelling of Puccini’s “Madame Butterfly,” set amid the waning days of the Vietnam War, centers on a romance between a young Vietnamese woman and a U.S. Marine. The musical, with book and music by Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil (“Les Misérables”) premiered in London in 1989 and on Broadway in 1991. It was nominated for 11 Tony Awards. “Anatastia,” Nov. 5-17: Inspired by two films based on the legend of Russian Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolavena, the plot concerns a young woman with amnesia trying to discover the secrets of her past. She seeks the assistance of a con man and an ex-aristocrat to investigate whether she could be the grand duchess, who was said to have escaped the execution of her family during the Russian Revolution. The musical premiered on Broadway in 2017. “A Bronx Tale,” March 10-22, 2020: This musical adapted from Chazz Palminteri’s one-man show (also turned into a 1993 film) tells the story of a young Italian-American boy torn between the allure of organized crime and the virtues of hard work extolled by his father. The show’s doo-wop score is by Alan Menken, winner of eight Oscars, 11 Grammys and a Tony for musicals such as “Little Shop of Horrors” and “Beauty and the Beast.” “Les Misérables,” May 5-17, 2020: This massively successful musical, inspired by the Victor Hugo novel of the same name, won eight Tony Awards for its original Broadway run in 1987. Since then it has become a major motion picture and the stage version has been revived repeatedly and has toured virtually non-stop. “Mean Girls,” June 16-26, 2020: Tina Fey collaborated with composer Jeff Richmond and lyricist Nell Benjamin to adapt her hit 2004 film comedy into a Broadway musical. It premiered in 2017 and opened on Broadway the following year, earning 12 Tony Award nominations. “The Band’s Visit,” Aug. 13-23, 2020: The story of an Israeli cafe owner whose life is transformed by the arrival of a group of Egyptian musicians won 10 of the 11 Tony Awards for which it was nominated; including best musical. New York Times theater critic Ben Brantley called it “ravishing” and “an honest-to-God musical for grown-ups.” Season tickets for the Broadway Series start at $140. CURTAIN CALL SERIES Blue Man Group, Jan. 7-12: The offbeat performance trio that began in New York in 1987 has morphed into a global franchise, with several iterations performing in various cities at the same time. “Escape to Margaritaville,” Feb. 4-9: This show based on the music of Jimmy Buffett should appeal to Parrotheads and others fond of its titular cocktail. “Chicago,” April 14-19, 2020: This musical created by John Kander (music), Fred Ebb (lyrics) and Bob Fosse (book with Ebb) originally opened in 1975. Its 1996 revival became the second longest-running show in Broadway history. Season tickets for the Curtain Call Series start at $105. SPECIAL BROADWAY BONUS EVENT “Disney’s The Lion King,” Sept. 2-27, 2020: This adaptation of the 1994 Disney animated feature film, with groundbreaking puppetry by original director Julie Taymor, has been a phenomenon since it opened on Broadway in 1997. It’s still playing on the Great White Way, has reportedly been seen by more than 95 million people and has grossed more than $1 billion. Tickets for “Disney’s The Lion King” start at $31.75.            
24 Feb 19
Press Telegram
Five Broadway musicals will be staged at Segerstrom Center for the Arts for the first time as part of the venue’s 2019-20 Broadway season, which will also feature the return of major hits such as “Les Misérables,” “Chicago,” “Miss Saigon” and “Disney’s The Lion King.” The center’s Broadway Series will include six productions, including “The Band’s Visit,” which premiered on Broadway in 2017 and won 10 Tony Awards including best musical, and “Mean Girls,” Tina Fey’s 2017 stage adaptation of the 2004 film comedy, which she also wrote. The 2019-20 Curtain Call Series will feature “Chicago,” popular performance ensemble Blue Man Group and “Escape to Margaritaville,” a 2017 musical based on the songs of Jimmy Buffett. #gallery-2101829-3 { margin: auto; } #gallery-2101829-3 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-2101829-3 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-2101829-3 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ A touring production of “Miss Saigon” will be at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa Oct. 1-13. (Photo by Matthew Murphy) Lila Coogan is Anya in the national tour of “Anastasia,” which makes its Segerstrom Center for the Arts premiere Nov. 5-17. (Photo by Matthew Murphy) “A Bronx Tale,” a crowd-pleasing musical about a young boy forced to choose between his father and the local mob boss, features music by Alan Menken (“Beauty and the Beast”). It makes its Segerstrom Center premiere March 10-22, 2020. (Photo by Joan Marcus) Matt Shingledecker as stars as Enjolras in the new national tour of “Les Misérables,” coming to the Segerstrom Center for the Arts May 5-17, 2020. (Photo by Matthew Murphy) “Mean Girls,” Tina Fey’s stage adaptation of her 2004 film of the same name, makes its Segerstrom Center premiere June 16-28, 2020. (Photo by Joan Marcus) “The Band’s Visit,” a 2017 hit that won 10 Tony Awards including best musical, makes its Segerstrom Center for the Arts premiere Aug. 13-23, 2020. (Photo by Matt Murphy) Blue Man Group will return to the Segerstrom Center for the Arts on Jan. 7-12 as part of the 2019-20 Curtain Call Series. (Photo by Lindsey Best) “Escape to Margaritaville,” a 2017 musical based on the songs of Jimmy Buffett, will make its Segerstrom Center premiere Feb. 4-9 as part of the venue’s Curtain Call Series. (Courtesy of Segerstrom Center for the Arts) The Kander and Ebb musical “Chicago,” the second longest-running show in Broadway history, returns to the Segerstrom Center April 14-19 as part of the 2019-20 Curtain Call Series. (Photo by Paul Kolnik) The “Circle of Life” production number is among many highlights of “The Lion King,” which returns to the Segerstrom Center Sept. 2-27, 2020. The production is a Special Broadway Bonus Event and is not included in either the Broadway Series or Curtain Call Series. (Photo by Brinkhoff-Mogenburg) New season ticket packages go on sale at 10 a.m. Monday, Feb. 25. Current season subscribers may renew their tickets beginning March 19. “Disney’s The Lion King,” which will take over the Segerstrom Hall stage Sept. 2-27, 2020, is being presented as a Special Broadway Bonus Event and is not included in the two series. For more information on the Broadway season, call 714-556-2787 or go to scfta.org. Here’s a look at the season: BROADWAY SERIES “Miss Saigon,” Oct. 1-13: This retelling of Puccini’s “Madame Butterfly,” set amid the waning days of the Vietnam War, centers on a romance between a young Vietnamese woman and a U.S. Marine. The musical, with book and music by Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil (“Les Misérables”) premiered in London in 1989 and on Broadway in 1991. It was nominated for 11 Tony Awards. “Anatastia,” Nov. 5-17: Inspired by two films based on the legend of Russian Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolavena, the plot concerns a young woman with amnesia trying to discover the secrets of her past. She seeks the assistance of a con man and an ex-aristocrat to investigate whether she could be the grand duchess, who was said to have escaped the execution of her family during the Russian Revolution. The musical premiered on Broadway in 2017. “A Bronx Tale,” March 10-22, 2020: This musical adapted from Chazz Palminteri’s one-man show (also turned into a 1993 film) tells the story of a young Italian-American boy torn between the allure of organized crime and the virtues of hard work extolled by his father. The show’s doo-wop score is by Alan Menken, winner of eight Oscars, 11 Grammys and a Tony for musicals such as “Little Shop of Horrors” and “Beauty and the Beast.” “Les Misérables,” May 5-17, 2020: This massively successful musical, inspired by the Victor Hugo novel of the same name, won eight Tony Awards for its original Broadway run in 1987. Since then it has become a major motion picture and the stage version has been revived repeatedly and has toured virtually non-stop. “Mean Girls,” June 16-26, 2020: Tina Fey collaborated with composer Jeff Richmond and lyricist Nell Benjamin to adapt her hit 2004 film comedy into a Broadway musical. It premiered in 2017 and opened on Broadway the following year, earning 12 Tony Award nominations. “The Band’s Visit,” Aug. 13-23, 2020: The story of an Israeli cafe owner whose life is transformed by the arrival of a group of Egyptian musicians won 10 of the 11 Tony Awards for which it was nominated; including best musical. New York Times theater critic Ben Brantley called it “ravishing” and “an honest-to-God musical for grown-ups.” Season tickets for the Broadway Series start at $140. CURTAIN CALL SERIES Blue Man Group, Jan. 7-12: The offbeat performance trio that began in New York in 1987 has morphed into a global franchise, with several iterations performing in various cities at the same time. “Escape to Margaritaville,” Feb. 4-9: This show based on the music of Jimmy Buffett should appeal to Parrotheads and others fond of its titular cocktail. “Chicago,” April 14-19, 2020: This musical created by John Kander (music), Fred Ebb (lyrics) and Bob Fosse (book with Ebb) originally opened in 1975. Its 1996 revival became the second longest-running show in Broadway history. Season tickets for the Curtain Call Series start at $105. SPECIAL BROADWAY BONUS EVENT “Disney’s The Lion King,” Sept. 2-27, 2020: This adaptation of the 1994 Disney animated feature film, with groundbreaking puppetry by original director Julie Taymor, has been a phenomenon since it opened on Broadway in 1997. It’s still playing on the Great White Way, has reportedly been seen by more than 95 million people and has grossed more than $1 billion. Tickets for “Disney’s The Lion King” start at $31.75.            
22 Feb 19
Pacosite's Blog

Intel y AMD son dos grandes compañías que casi se han visto inmiscuídas en una batalla desde que existen. Además, no solo ambas compañías han estado luchando tecnológicamente hablando para poder adelantar al otro y obtener una mayor cuota de mercado, sino que son los propios usuarios los que han fomentado y alentado esta lucha, […]

22 Feb 19
Arcynewsy

Instead of half an hour, we talked about three and a half hours. Let it go Chanov first it would simply not be right for the readers. The representative of the famous goalkeeping dynasty Vyacheslav Viktorovich and made an excellent player career, and coaching. He has something to say and how few people can do […]

22 Feb 19
Musicalmemoirs's Blog

SONGS OF FREEDOM, STANDARDS AND AFRICAN INFLUENCED JAZZ By Dee Dee McNeil / Jazz Journalist ULYSSES OWENS, JR. – “SONGS OF FREEDOM” Resilience Music Alliance Ulysses Owens, Jr., drums/musical director; Reuben Rogers, bass; David Rosenthal, acoustic and electric guitars; Allyn Johnson, piano/Hammond B3 organ/Fender Rhodes keyboard. Featured Vocalists: Alicia Olatuja, Rene Marie, Theo Blackmann, & […]

21 Feb 19
Ed B on Sports

Giovanna Antonelli From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Giovanna Antonelli Born Giovanna Antonelli Prado (1976-03-18) March 18, 1976 (age 42) Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil Occupation Actress TV host producer Years active 1994–present Spouse(s) Ricardo Medina (m. 2000; div. 2002) Murilo Benício (m. 2002; div. 2005) Leonardo Nogueira (m. 2009) Children 1 son, 2 daughters Giovanna Antonelli Prado (born March 18, 1976) is […]

21 Feb 19
Brazilian Film Series

My Own Private Hell “Inferninho” – Official selection at Rotterdam 2018 Comedy, Drama Brazil, 2018. Directors: Pedro Diogenes & Guto Parente 82 minutes | Portuguese with English Subtitles Wednesday – March 6, 8:30 PM UCLA James Bridges Theater 235 Charles E Young Drive West, Los Angeles, CA 90095 Free with RSVP Synopsys Deusimar’s bar is very special. The […]

21 Feb 19
Eurovision Social Newswire

LOCATION: Nosara DATE SHOT: February 11, 2019 MANDATORY ONSCREEN COURTESY: Victor Garita CONDITION OF USE: Members must provide a link to where this content is used in the comment section below this article. If viewing and downloading this content from the news exchange website, members must email a link to where the content is used […]