Kara Lindsay Will Return to Wicked on Broadway

first_img Related Shows View Comments Hide your peanut butter, because a certain former vlogger is returning to her bubble. Kara Lindsay will reprise her performance as Glinda in the Broadway company of Wicked, stepping in for Carrie St. Louis at the Gershwin Theatre. Lindsay will begin performances on November 1—the same day Sheryl Lee Ralph takes over for Judy Kaye as Madame Morrible.Lindsay first rode Glinda’s bubble on tour before assuming the role on Broadway in December 2014. She appeared in the original cast of Broadway’s Newsies as Katharine and took home a Broadway.com Audience Choice Award alongside her co-star Jeremy Jordan. Earlier this year, Lindsay took on the title role in Mary Poppins at North Carolina Theatre.In addition to St. Louis and Kaye, the current cast of Wicked includes Jennifer DiNoia as Elphaba, Michael Campayno as Fiyero, Peter Scolari as the Wizard, Michael Genet as Doctor Dillamond, Zachary Noah Piser as Boq and Dawn E. Cantwell as Nessarose. Kara Lindsay in ‘Wicked'(Photo: Joan Marcus)center_img Wicked from $95.00last_img read more

Broome County announces roadwork plans

first_imgBroome County Executive Jason Garnar and Highway Commissioner Sue Brown released a list of planned road projects beginning Monday. Projects include: (WBNG) — Motorists can expect road construction in parts of Broome County this week.center_img The Highway Division will be paving Day Hollow Road thru a contractorThe Highway Division will perform patching on Cloverdale Road and Old Route 17Ditching will be performed on along County Roadways Pierce Creek, Tunnel, Beartown and Tracey Creek roadsThe Highway Division will be working on drainage on West ChenangoBrush & tree cutting will continueThe Highway Division will be striping county and town roadways with paint truckThe mow crew will continue mowing the Right of Way along County Roadway systemlast_img

Rodgers hails Toure’s influence

first_imgLiverpool manager Brendan Rodgers believes new signing Kolo Toure has brought back some of the leadership qualities the side lost with Jamie Carragher’s retirement. The Reds signed the Ivory Coast international on a free transfer from Manchester City in the summer to help fill the void created by Carragher’s decision to hang up his boots. The 32-year-old brought with him a wealth of experience having been a member of title-winning sides at Arsenal and City. Press Association Villa struggled for most of last season but avoided relegation after a strong finish and have started the new campaign positively, beating Arsenal and troubling Chelsea. “It is their first game at home,” said Rodgers. “They’ll be looking to perform well and it will be tough. They are a real threat going forward. “But with the form we are in, and the mentality and confidence of the players, it should be a really good game.” He made his Liverpool debut in last week’s season-opening Barclays Premier League win over Stoke and Rodgers is pleased with the way he has fitted in. Rodgers said: “He is a good man. He is funny to watch sometimes when he is running about, he has always got a smile on his face. “One thing he has got is a winning mentality. He has got great belief in what we are doing here. “His first leap against Peter Crouch just shows you the fitness and power he still has. “When he goes up for corners he looks like he can score. I think we have got a player who is very hungry still to do well. “He respects everything about this great club, it is a huge privilege for him to be here. He is here to perform and do well. “He is certainly a character and offers great leadership on the field, which is primarily what we got with Carra.” Liverpool will look to build on their impressive performance against the Potters as they travel to Aston Villa. last_img read more