London’s Old Vic has announced an international broadcast of its upcoming production of Arthur Miller’s Tony-winning drama All My Sons. National Theatre Live will air the co-production with Headlong, directed by Jeremy Herrin and starring Sally Field and Bill Pullman, on May 14, 2019.Additional casting for the production has also been set. Joining the previously announced Field as Kate Keller and Pullman as Joe Keller will be Jenna Coleman (Victoria) as Ann Deever and Colin Morgan (Translations) as Chris Keller, with Bessie Carter (King Lear) as Lydia Lubey, Oliver Johnstone (Imperium) as George Deever, Kayla Meikle (Ear For Eye) as Sue Bayliss and Sule Rimi (Sweat) as Dr. Jim Bayliss.The new staging is scheduled to begin previews on April 15 with an opening night set for April 23. Sally Field(Photo: Emilio Madrid-Kuser for Broadway.com) View Comments
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Soccer Football – CAF Confederation Cup Semi Final Second Leg – Etoile Sportive du Sahel v Zamalek – Stade Olympique de Sousse, Sousse, Tunisia – May 5, 2019 Zamalek’s Tarek Hamed celebrates after the match REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi Soccer Football – CAF Confederation Cup Semi Final Second Leg – Etoile Sportive du Sahel v Zamalek – Stade Olympique de Sousse, Sousse, Tunisia – May 5, 2019 Zamalek’s Tarek Hamed celebrates after the match REUTERS/Zoubeir SouissiZamalek of Egypt and RS Berkane of Morocco will contest the final of the 2018/19 Total CAF Confederation Cup after aggregate wins in their respective semifinals.RS Berkane advanced to their first-ever continental tournament final after a 3-0 second leg win over CS Sfaxien at the Stade Municipal de Berkane stadium in Berkane, Morocco.The win gave RS Berkane a 3-2 aggregate win over CS Sfaxien following a 2-0 loss in Tunisia a week ago.The Moroccans, who failed to land a single shot on target, in the first leg registered a much-improved performance at home.Kodjo Fo-Doh Laba opened the scoring in the 8th minute with a penalty after Hamdi Laachir was fouled in the box. Omar Nemssaoui leveled the tie on aggregate for the hosts in the 19th minute with a powerful free-kick. Issoufu Dayo then gave the hosts the lead with a finish from a tight angle 11 minutes later.Berkane then produced an excellent defensive effort to hold on to progress to the final.Despite their strong first leg performance, CS Sfaxien failed to register a shot on target against the Moroccans.Meanwhile, 10-man Zamalek held hosts Etoile du Sahel of Tunisia to a draw.Goalkeeper Mahmoud ‘Gennesh’ Abdel Rahim was sent off for the visitors in injury time for a second yellow card.The Egyptians advanced 1-0 on aggregate following their win in Alexandria.Berkane hosts the first leg in Morocco on May 19 with the return leg in Egypt on May 26.Zamalek will be hoping to end a 16-year wait for a continental championship while Berkane will hope to become the fifth Moroccan winners of the Confederation Cup.Related CS Sfaxien, Zamalek secure first-leg wins in CAF Confederation Cup semifinals TP Mazembe wins first CAF Confederation Cup Etoile du Sahel book final CAF Confederation Cup semifinals spot
Johna Beech with the Kenai Chamber… Also on the 28th, the Kenai Fine Arts Guild Arts and Crafts Fair at Kenai Central High School begins at 10 am and Santa arrives at the Kenai Chamber and Visitors Center on a Kenai Fire Truck for snacks and hot cocoa at 11 am. Beech: “Christmas comes to Kenai November 28, so there’s going to be hot chocolate, cookies, candies and grab bags, then later that evening at 6 o’clock we have the electric lights parade that starts over on Spur View Road and it heads down Frontage Road and ends here in the parking lot of the Kenai Chamber and Visitors Center. And then at 7:30 we have the grand finale fireworks, sponsored by Stanley Ford and the City of Kenai.” FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享We have a full week of holiday events ahead of us, with Kenai’s most explosive celebration set for Friday.