Monthly Archiv: January, 2021

Lincoln Elementary School Begins Wrestling Program

first_imgShare:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Photo Courtesy: Lincoln Elementary SchoolJAMESTOWN – With the assistance of Jamestown High School’s varsity football coach Tom Langworthy, Lincoln Elementary School now has a wrestling club.The wrestling club was started to give interested members knowledge about the sport and a way to get to socialize with others.So far, the wrestling club has around 35 members and ranges for kids from kindergarten to fourth grade.On the last night of the season for the club, all of the participants received a wrestling club t-shirt. Langworthy said, “I am proud of this program because school-based athletic programs at elementary schools are not common, but very effective for student engagement and empowerment.”“Hopefully, this can be the blueprint for other sports programs for elementary schools.”last_img

Chautauqua County Clerk Addresses Community Frustration With DMV

first_imgWNY News Now Image.MAYVILLE — Chautauqua County Clerk Larry Barmore is addressing recent frustration with the new appointment system from members of the community at the Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) offices throughout the county.Barmore reminds people that the system came from an order from Governor Andrew Cuomo’s office. However, the Clerk says his staff will make adjustments when they become necessary to improve the system.Barmore says that appointments were booked rather quickly because there was a backlog of people since March. He urges people to spend time looking at www.dmv.ny.gov to find everything they need for their appointment to avoid being turned away.Those without internet access can call DMV for any questions. Barmore also says people who can’t get through can email him several days ahead of the appointment at barmorel@co.chautauqua.ny.us and he’ll get the answers. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window),they need to update the mv82 forms, myself and several others printed them from the website and were sent letters stating they were out of date. you guys are the reason citizens need to return 17000000 times to handle a simple transaction,go to Catt County DMV. They are a lot easier to deal with anyways.,Went to Mayville yesterday to register a new motorcycle had both MV82 and tax form filled out,went smooth as could be. Except standing in the ungodly HOT sun waiting to go in.last_img read more

The Happiest Song Plays Last Opens Off-Broadway

first_img Related Shows The Happiest Song Plays Last tells the story of cousins Elliot and Yaz, who discover the joy in coming home again and the comfort of family, both by blood and by love. When Elliot gets a lucky break in the film business, Yaz takes on the role of familial and neighborhood matriarch, nourishing those that pass through her door. Featuring the sounds of traditional Puerto Rican folk music, The Happiest Song Plays Last is the story of a year in Elliot and Yaz’s life. Directed by Tony winner Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Nelson Gonzalez leads the live band. The Happiest Song Plays Last Show Closed This production ended its run on March 23, 2014 View Comments Patience is a virtue! Pulitzer Prize winner Quiara Alegría Hudes’ The Happiest Song Plays Last opens off-Broadway March 3. The cast features Anthony Chisholm, Dariush Kashani, Tony Plana, Armando Riesco, Annapurna Sriram and Lauren Velez.last_img read more

Five Broadway Roles for Norman Bates (Yes, THAT Norman Bates!)

first_img Mark Cohen in Rent I mean, isn’t Mark a little troubled anyway? Also, Mom issues. Carmen Ghia in The Producers Jesusssss, Norma! Let the kid have some FUN already! We didn’t expect Broadway to pop up on Bates Motel, but in the latest episode of A&E’s brilliant Psycho prequel series, Norma Bates (Vera Fermiga) dragged troubled son Norman (SPOILER: He most likely just killed his teacher) to a friggin’ musical theater audition! Although Norman didn’t wind up trying out for the community theater production of South Pacific, Norma did (wowing the crowd with “Maybe This Time” from Cabaret). OK, clearly Norman isn’t right for any of the roles in the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic, but we couldn’t help but dream up five musical theater roles that the creepy kid could make a killing in! Sweeney Todd in Sweeney Todd A no-brainer. You’re never too young to start playing with knives. Moritz in Spring Awakening You know, cause he’s totally f’d. The Emcee in Cabaret Forget two ladies—he’s got two personalities. View Commentslast_img read more

Lea Michele & More Will Star in Ryan Murphy’s Scream Queens Series

first_img The first season will center around a college campus during a string of murders. The 15-episode season will premiere this fall. Broadway alum and Grammy nominee Ariana Grande will guest-star on the team’s Glee follow-up project. We’re screaming (with joy?) at this news. Glee star and former Broadway baby Lea Michele will star in Scream Queens, the new comedy-horror anthology series from Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan. According to Variety, Michele will be joined by Joe Manganiello and fellow Broadway alums Abigail Breslin and Keke Palmer, as well as the previously announced Jamie Lee Curtis and Emma Roberts. Michele made her Broadway debut at the age of eight in Les Miserables and last appeared on the Great White Way in 2006’s Spring Awakening. In addition to Glee, which will conclude this March, her screen credits include New Year’s Eve and Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return. Manganiello has appeared on screen in Magic Mike, True Blood and the Spider-Man series. Breslin, who was nominated for an Oscar for Little Miss Sunshine, made her Broadway debut in 2010’s The Miracle Worker revival. Palmer recently appeared on the Great White Way for her first time in Cinderella; her screen credits include Akeelah and the Bee and her talk show Just Keke. View Commentslast_img read more

Photos! See New Chicago Star Carly Hughes Get Fierce in Fishnets

first_img Related Shows Chicago Is it hot in here, or is it just Carly Hughes? The Pippin and Beautiful alum is taking the stand beginning February 2 in the hit Broadway musical Chicago, and if these new promo photos are any indication, she’s gonna be fierce and fabulous! Hughes will play Velma Kelly in the long-running musical alongside Sugarland’s Jennifer Nettles as Roxie Hart. The pair will razzle-dazzle ‘em through March 29 at the Ambassador Theatre. Check out these sizzling shots of Hughes as Velma, then see her in action on Broadway! from $49.50 View Commentslast_img

Culturalist Challenge! Who Should Play Trina in Falsettos?

first_img Pick your favorites, then tune in for the results on the next episode of The Broadway.com Show! Once your list is published, you can see the overall rankings of everyone on the aggregate list. STEP 3—PREVIEW: You will now see your complete top 10 list. If you like it, click the “publish” button. (If you don’t have a Culturalist account yet, you will be asked to create one at this point.) Last week, we asked you to pick the top 10 roles you’d love to see Lady Gaga tackle on Broadway. Eva Perone in Evita reigned supreme, which we (especially Broadway.com News Editor Imogen Lloyd Webber) think is an excellent choice. This week, to celebrate the news that William Finn and James Lapine’s beloved musical Falsettos is heading back to Broadway, we want to know: Who should play charmingly neurotic Jewish mom Trina? Broadway.com Managing Editor Beth Stevens posted her list of top 10 picks here! STEP 2—RANK: Reorder your 10 choices by dragging them into the correct spot on your list. Click the “continue” button.center_img View Comments STEP 1—SELECT: Visit Culturalist to see all of your options. Highlight your 10 favorites and click the “continue” button. The Broadway.com staff is obsessed with Culturalist, the fun site that lets you choose and rank your own top 10 lists. Every week, we’re challenging you with a new Broadway-themed topic to rank—we’ll announce the most popular choices on the new episode of The Broadway.com Show every Wednesday.last_img read more

Nicole Kidman & More on Shortlist for 2015 London Evening Standard Awards

first_img View Comments Nicole Kidman, Ralph Fiennes, and Imelda Staunton are among the performers on the shortlist for the 2015 London Evening Standard Awards. With the addition of the Best Musical Performance category, this marks the first time that there are three categories solely for musicals. The Best Musical category is voted by the public and features a mix of new shows and revivals from the West End and beyond. The 61st annual ceremony will take place on November 22 at the Old Vic, presented by Rob Brydon and co-hosted by Evgeny Lebedev, Judi Dench and Ian McKellen. Check out the complete shortlist below.Best ActorSimon Russell Beale, TempleKenneth Cranham, The FatherRalph Fiennes, Man and SupermanJames McAvoy, The Ruling ClassNatasha Richardson Award for Best ActressDenise Gough, People, Places and ThingsNicole Kidman, Photograph 51Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Nell GwynnLia Williams, OresteiaBest PlayThe Motherf**ker with the HatHangmenThe FatherMilton Shulman Award for Best DirectorRobert Icke, OresteiaJamie Lloyd, AssassinsIndhu Rubasingham, The Motherf**ker with the HatBest DesignAnna Fleischle, HangmenTim Hatley, TempleRobert Jones, City of AngelsCharles Wintour Award for Most Promising PlaywrightMolly Davies, God Bless the ChildAlistair McDowall, PomonaDiana Nneka Atuona, Liberian GirlEmerging Talent Award in Partnership with BurberryCalvin Demba, The Red LionPatsy Ferran, Treasure IslandDavid Moorst, Violence and SonBest Musical PerformanceKatie Brayben, BeautifulRosalie Craig, City of AngelsKillian Donnelly, Kinky BootsImelda Staunton, GypsyNewcomer in a MusicalGemma Arterton, Made in DagenhamEllie Bamber, High SocietyNatalie Dew, Bend It Like BeckhamEvening Standard Radio 2 Audience Award for Best Musical (voted for by the public)AssassinsBeautiful: The Carole King MusicalBend It Like BeckhamGypsyKinky Bootslast_img read more

Ariana Grande Joins NBC’s Hairspray Live!

first_img View Comments most of you know that i’m really just a musical theater geek…. like a really big one… so…. my heart is very full re: this announcement— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) July 7, 2016 Ariana Grande(Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Images) Penny has been a dream role since Hairspray opened on Broadway. At 9, I was (and still am) in LOVE w @KerryButlerNyc. hope to make u proud— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) July 7, 2016center_img I AM NOWWW A CHECKERBOARD CHICK #HairsprayLive #Penny— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) July 7, 2016 Mama, this dangerous woman is a big girl now! Ariana Grande has joined the cast of NBC’s Hairspray Live!. The pop superstar and Broadway alum will take on the role of Penny Pingleton for the December 7 broadcast, joining a roster that includes the previously reported Kristin Chenoweth, Harvey Fierstein, Jennifer Hudson and newcomer Maddie Baillio.Grande, who appeared on Broadway back in 2008 in Jason Robert Brown’s 13, earned Grammy nominations last year for her pop album My Everything and “Bang Bang” with Jessie J and Nicki Minaj. Sticking to her musical theater roots, she reunited with Brown in April for a lounge arrangement of her single “Dangerous Woman” at the MTV Movie Awards. She’s appeared on screen previously in Scream Queens, Victorious and Saturday Night Live (on which she played a particularly sassy Maria in a Sound of Music sendup).Rounding out the previously reported lineup are Derek Hough and Martin Short. Additional casting, including the role of Penny’s beau Seaweed, will be announced later. In the meantime, check out Grande’s adorable excitement about the news below!last_img read more

Your Top 10 ‘90s-Early 2000s Teen Flicks That Need the B’way Treatment

first_imgThe Princess Diaries View Comments A Cinderella Story Center Stage She’s the Man 13 Going on 30 10 Things I Hate About Youcenter_img Now and Then Miss Congeniality Napoleon Dynamite Get those pom-poms in the air! Bring It On the Musical traded Broadway’s jazz hands for spirit fingers on August 1, 2012, and we decided to celebrate the tuner’s anniversary by looking back at all of the ’90s and early 2000s flicks we would love to see on the Great White Way. We’re already gearing up for Freaky Friday’s world premiere at Virginia’s Signature Theatre (starring Broadway favorites Heidi Blickenstaff and Emma Hunton and choreographed by On Your Feet!’s Sergio Trujillo), and Mean Girls and Clueless are already in the works (and on our wish list). From the emotional A Walk to Remember to the hilarious Napoleon Dynamite, take a look at your top 10!   A Walk to Rememberlast_img