KRIS KRINGLE The Musical has found its Kris Kringle and Mrs. Claus! …Broadway’s Andrew Keenan-Bolger (Tuck Everlasting, Newsies) and Kim Crosby (Into the Woods, Guys Dolls) will play Kris Kringle and Mrs. Claus, respectively, in the original holiday musical, featuring previously announced Tony Award nominees Cathy Rigby (Peter Pan, Seussical) and Pamela Myers (Company, Into the Woods).
KRISKRINGLE The Musical plays two performances, Friday, November 24 at 3PM and 8PM, at The Town Hall (123 W. 43rd Street, NYC). Tickets, which range from $35 – $110, are now available at The Town Hall Box Office (noon-6pm, Mon-Fri) and via Ticketmaster.com, 800-982-2787.
KRIS KRINGLE The Musical, narrated by Cathy Rigby, weaves a new and entirely original tale that will delight audiences of all ages. Based on one of the most familiar
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Launch the holiday season with KRIS KRINGLE The Musical. Featuring Tony Award nominees Cathy Rigby (Peter Pan, Seussical) and Pamela Myers (Company, Into the Woods), KRIS KRINGLE The Musical plays two performances, Friday, November 24 at 3PM and 8PM, at The Town Hall (123 W. 43rd Street, NYC).
Tickets, which range from $35 – $110, are now available at The Town Hall Box Office (noon-6pm, Mon-Fri) and via Ticketmaster.com, 800-982-2787.
KRIS KRINGLE The Musical, narrated by Cathy Rigby, weaves a new and entirely original tale that will delight audiences of all ages. Based on one of the most familiar names of holiday folklore, this is the tale of a young, starry-eyed toymaker, Kris Kringle, who crosses paths with an evil New York City toy company CEO and finds himself
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Episodes: 10 (hour)
TV show dates: June 10, 2013 — August 12, 2013
Series status: Cancelled
Performers include: Jon Tenney, Rebecca Romijn, Michael O’Keefe, Chris Butler, and Ryan Hurst.
TV show description:
This TV series is based on the best-selling books by author David Baldacci.
Sean King (Jon Tenney) and Michelle Maxwell (Rebecca Romijn) are unusual private investigators. Both of them used to be Secret Service agents, and their unique skills (not to mention their razor-sharp chemistry) give them a leg up on conventional law enforcement.
Maxwell is a former elite athlete who uses her brains, beauty and Beltway connections to solve cases. King’s career in the Secret Service ended when the presidential candidate he was assigned
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You can always expect the unexpected when it comes to Big Brother. The show has proven over its 20 seasons — which includes last fall’s Over the Top installment on CBS All Access — to have more twists and turns than a pretzel. But one thing has remained the same: At the end of every season, one person is crowned the champion and presented with a $500,000 prize.
But that doesn’t mean all Big Brother winners are created equal. So who is the ultimate Big Brother champ? Is it the Evil Doctor (Will Kirby) or is it Evel Dick? Is it Lisa Donahue, who did not vote her showmance boyfriend back into the game because it would have made her a target, or is it Derrick Levasseur, who was never a target all season long? Is it Dan Gheesling, who used
Read more at: http://ew.com/tv/2017/08/08/big-brother-ranking-winners/
You can probably pack a potential mega deal between Verizon and The Walt Disney Co. along with all the other wished-for-but-never-realized mergers gathering dust in your media Hope Chest. But don’t throw away the key just yet.
Fox Business Network got a chance to shout out a question to Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam from behind the barriers at the Allen Co. summit in Sun Valley, Idaho, Wednesday asking the phone company chief if he was pursing a deal to buy the Walt Disney Co., to which he simply responded, “No.”
The Allen conference is the annual retreat for media giants and has been a veritable petri dish for some of the biggest deals in the space – Disney CEO Michael Eisner hatched the plan to buy Cap Cities ABC after bumping into Warren Buffett, who was on his way to the golf tees at the conference,
Read more at: http://www.multichannel.com/blog/money/another-mega-deal-lost/413954
NEW DELHI: US-based Discovery Communications Inc expects India to become one of its top 10 markets globally in the next decade as it takes steps to cater to mass viewing segment including sports.
As TV viewership undergoes a change in India with the advent of digital technology, the company is adopting a hybrid strategy of expanding in traditional segment as well as a preparing platform to tap on-the-go content consumers.
“If you look at pure number’s prospective then I would love India to be among top 10 markets for Discovery globally. At core, we want a scalable play to be the among top 10 markets in 10 years,” Discovery Networks Asia Pacific SVP and GM South Asia, Karan Bajaj said.
Right now India ranks between 15 to 20 global markets of Discovery Communications.
Bajaj said for
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For the past few months Vashon Nature Center scientists have been out in the field with Vashon High School sophomores, researching important questions about our island’s’ wildlife and habitats. Students are just wrapping up their citizen science field research this month. Through Vashon Nature Center’s Scientists in Schools programs, students participate in multi-year research studies that build on data from previous class years and investigate relevant local environmental issues. This year, students have worked with their teachers, Dr. Melissa Kehl and Mr. Jordan Browning, along with staff from Vashon Nature Center to assist in research regarding forage fish, juvenile salmon, and sea star wasting disease, among other topics.
Their projects will culminate with a presentation of their work at Ed Talks alongside professional scientists.
Research is presented through a series of fast-paced 10 minutes talks or as a poster defending their research.
Presenting side-by-side is a rare opportunity for both the
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The majority of this week’s activities have one thing in common: film. (We’re assuming that if you’re here, you like that kind of thing.) See a 1920s starlet do her thing, learn how it doesn’t take mega-production value to make a movie, and step inside your favorite Tim Burton classic. Each of these activities will inspire you in different ways and remind you that there are many ways to achieve your celluloid dreams.
Kick it old school.
In 1987, Fisher-Price introduced its PXL-2000 video camera, a bare-bones, black-and-white, lo-fi children’s toy. Three years later, after artists and filmmakers discovered the wonders of this no-frills recorder, PXL THIS became the first festival to showcase
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Less than a month after he goosed the stock by saying he was open to a mega deal with Comcast, Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam turned down the hype notch a few ticks at Verizon’s much anticipated Analyst Day Monday (May 8), claiming the telco is under no pressure to do transformative MA.
Verizon has been dogged by analysts and investors that have insisted the telco has to do a big deal along the lines of rival ATT, which in October announced a $108.7 billion merger with Time Warner Inc. That deal, still pending, came just a year after ATT purchased DirecTV for $48.5 billion.
Verizon has focused instead on smaller deals – after much agita, it expects to close its $4.5 billion purchase of former internet icon Yahoo in the second quarter – but some analysts have called for the
Read more at: http://www.multichannel.com/blog/money/verizon-backs/412819
The Register-Mail revisits the death penalty case of Richard Glossip after the airing of a four-episode series on Investigation Discovery called “Killing Richard Glossip.”
GALESBURG — A Galesburg native’s death penalty case has received renewed interest after a miniseries dug into his case.
Richard Glossip is the subject of a four-episode series on Investigation Discovery titled “Killing Richard Glossip.” According to a Friday news release, it will air again from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday on the channel after the State of Arkansas performed its first execution Thursday night in more than a decade.
Glossip was born in Galesburg, where relatives still reside. He was born in Cottage Hospital in 1963 to Heron and Sally Glossip. By the time he moved out at the age of 14, Richard was one of 16 siblings in the Glossip home.
Two years later, he married
Read more at: http://www.galesburg.com/news/20170422/glossip-case-featured-in-four-part-tv-series