Kennedy Woman Charged After Allegedly Leaving Infant In Vehicle

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),She should of went to jail until she see the judge and the baby taking away from her and put her in some one custody. These people are getting away with too much when it comes to babies she should be a shame of her self leaving that baby in a hot car Stock Image.LITTLE VALLEY —  A Kennedy woman was charged this week after she allegedly left her infant unattended in a vehicle.According to the Cattaraugus County Sheriff’s Office, Chelsea Farley, 26, was charged with endangering the welfare of a child.Deputies said that at 6:24 p.m., Feb. 6, Farley allegedly left her infant unattended in a vehicle in the Dollar General parking lot for more than 20 minutes.She was issued an appearance ticket to be in court at a later date. last_img read more

New Musical Atomic Begins Performances Off-Broadway

first_imgThe U.S. premiere of Atomic, a new musical by Danny Ginges, Gregory Bonsignore and Philip Foxman, starts preview performances on June 26. The tuner will open officially on July 13 and run through August 16 at the Acorn Theatre at Theatre Row. The cast is led by Jeremy Kushnier, Euan Morton and Sara Gettelfinger. Directed by Damien Gray, Atomic blasts open the doors of the Manhattan Project, a Government funded program of top scientists with the task of creating the world’s first Atomic Bomb. Leo Szilard (Kushnier) is the mastermind behind atomic power, but his heart has reservations. Ethics, scientific progress, and true love are tested as Leo discovers exactly what he’s capable of when someone believes in him. Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 16, 2014 Related Shows View Comments Morton, Kusnier and Gettelfinger are joined by cast members David Abeles, Alexis Fishman, Jonathan Hammond, James David Larson, Randy Harrison, Preston Sadlier and Grace Stockdale. Atomic Star Files Jeremy Kushnierlast_img read more

Robert Fairchild, Leanne Cope & More Receive Astaire Award Nominations

first_img View Comments Tony nominees Robert Fairchild, Leanne Cope, Christian Borle, Annaleigh Ashford, Tony Yazbeck, Alex Sharp and more are among the 2015 Astaire Award nominees. Additionally, Tony and Oscar winner Joel Grey and Finding Neverland producer Harvey Weinstein have been chosen to receive the special Lifetime Achievement Award and the Outstanding Contribution to Musical Theatre and Film Award, respectively.The Astaire Awards is the only awards show to honor excellence in dance and choreography on Broadway and in film and were first started in 1982 by the late Fred Astaire and the late Douglas Watt. The 33rd Annual Fred and Adele Astaire Awards will be held on June 1 at NYU’s Skirball Center for the Performing Arts.See below for the full list of nominees.Best Female DancerAnnaleigh Ashford, You Can’t Take it With YouLeanne Cope, An American in ParisJill Paice, An American in ParisMegan Fairchild, On the TownErin Davie, Side ShowEmily Padgett, Side ShowXiaoChuan Xie, The King and IMelanie Moore, Finding NeverlandBest Male DancerRobert Fairchild, An American in ParisClyde Alves, On the TownTony Yazbeck, On the TownJay Armstrong Johnson, On the TownPhillip Attmore, On the Twentieth CenturyRick Faugno, On the Twentieth CenturyDrew King, On the Twentieth CenturyRichard Riaz Yoder, On the Twentieth CenturyChristian Borle, Something Rotten!Alex Sharp, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-TimeBest ChoreographerChristopher Wheeldon, An American in ParisJoshua Bergasse, On the TownChristopher Gattelli, The King and IWarren Carlyle, On the Twentieth CenturyCasey Nicholaw, Something Rotten!Scott Graham & Steven Hoggett for Frantic Assembly, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-TimeSteven Hoggett, The Last ShipMia Michaels, Finding Neverlandlast_img read more

Kristin Chenoweth, Vanessa Hudgens & More Will Perform at Tonys

first_img Kristin Chenoweth Tony co-host Kristin Chenoweth, along with fellow Broadway.com Audience Choice Award winners Vanessa Hudgens and Matthew Morrison, are just some of the first performers announced for the 69th Annual Tony Awards. The Great White Way’s biggest night will broadcast live on CBS from Radio City Music Hall on June 7.The lineup will feature performances from the 2015 Tony-nominated shows in the Best Musical and Best Revival of a Musical categories, including 2015 Tony nominee Chenoweth and the cast of On the Twentieth Century, 2015 Tony nominee Chita Rivera and the cast of The Visit, 2015 Tony nominees Brian D’Arcy James, Christian Borle, Brad Oscar and the cast of Something Rotten!, 2015 Tony nominees Kelli O’Hara and Ken Watanabe and the cast of The King and I, as well as the casts of On the Town, Fun Home and An American in Paris.Although with the exception of Gigi’s Victoria Clark they missed out on nominations for the Tonys, this year’s telecast will also include numbers by Hudgens and the cast of Gigi, Morrison, Kelsey Grammer and the cast of the multi Broadway.com Audience Choice Award-winning Finding Neverland, as well as Tyne Daly along with the cast of It Shoulda Been You. View Commentscenter_img Star Fileslast_img read more

Tom Nelis Stepping In for Roger Rees in The Visit

first_img Show Closed This production ended its run on June 14, 2015 Broadway.com has learned that understudy Tom Nelis is playing the leading role of Anton Schell opposite 2015 Tony nominee Chita Rivera in The Visit for a number of performances. A spokesperson said that Nelis has not replaced Roger Rees in the Tony nominated tuner and that no further information is available at this time. The production is playing at Broadway’s Lyceum Theatre.Nelis has also been seen on the Great White Way in Enron, The Caine Mutiny Court Martial and Aida.John Kander and Fred Ebb’s The Visit is based on the classic Friedrich Dürrenmatt play (adapted by Maurice Valency) and features a book by Terrence McNally, with music by Kander and lyrics by Ebb. Claire Zachanassian is an often-widowed millionairess who pays a visit to her hardship-stricken birthplace. The locals hope she’ll bring them a new lease on life, but little do they know her offer to revitalize the town comes at a dreadful price.Directed by John Doyle and choreographed by Graciela Daniele, the production also features George Abud, Jason Danieley, Matthew Deming, Diana Dimarzio, David Garrison, Rick Holmes, Chris Newcomer, Mary Beth Peil, Aaron Ramey, Elena Shadow, Timothy Shew, John Riddle and Michelle Veintimilla.Along with Best Musical and Best Leading Actress for Rivera, The Visit received 2015 Tony nominations for Best Score for Kander & Ebb, Best Book of a Musical for McNally and Best Lighting Design for Japhy Weideman. The Visit View Comments Related Showslast_img read more

Odds & Ends: Benedict Cumberbatch’s Hamlet Breaks Records & More

first_img Star Files Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Benedict Cumberbatch’s Hamlet Breaks RecordsWe gave our thumbs up to Benedict Cumberbatch’s portrayal of the titular role in Hamlet back in August and now the world has! As we all know by now, the Olivier winner and Oscar nominee is currently appearing in one of the most talked-about productions of the play in its 400 or so years in existence at London’s Barbican. On October 15, the Lyndsey Turner-helmed show was broadcast around the world to over 1,400 screens in 25 countries. Hamlet was seen by more than 225,000 people, making it the largest global audience for a live broadcast day of any title in National Theatre Live history. What a piece of work is Benedict, indeed…Darren Criss & Kristin Chenoweth Team UpBroadway.com Audience Choice Award winner Darren Criss will host and perform at the annual gala Great Writers Thank Their Lucky Stars, under the direction of Leigh Silverman. Other big names tapped for the lineup include Tony winner Kristin Chenoweth, Mo Rocca and Fiddler on the Roof’s Danny Burstein. The fundraising event for the Dramatists Guild Fund is scheduled to take place on October 26 at Gotham Hall in New York. We’d be thanking our lucky stars if we got to attend!Original Funny Girl Cast Member Set for RevivalMaurice Lane, who was on stage with Barbra Streisand herself in the West End’s 1966 incarnation of Funny Girl, will play Mr. Keeney in the previously announced London revival, starring Sheridan Smith. Also boarding the cast will be Darius Campbell as Nick, Marilyn Cutts as Mrs. Brice, Valda Aviks as Mrs. O’Malley and Gay Soper as Mrs. Strakosh. Directed by Tony winner Michael Mayer and featuring a revised book by Broadway mayor Harvey Fierstein, the production will play a limited engagement November 20 through March 5, 2016 at the Menier Chocolate Factory. Opening night is set for December 2.Absolute Brightness Heads WestThe Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey, which finishes up its off-Broadway run on October 18, will transfer to L.A. Directed by Tony Speciale and written and performed by James Lecesne, the production is scheduled to play a limited engagement January 13, 2016 through January 31 at the Kirk Douglas Theatre.Bernadette Peters Brings Stella & Charlie to Bloomies*Self-proclaimed “doganizer” Bernadette Peters has released her third children’s book, Stella and Charlie: Friends Forever, and spoiler alert: Stella and Charlie are both dogs and it’s adorable. The Tony winner will stop by Bloomingdales on Third Avenue on October 17 at 2PM for a reading and signing. Because the only thing better than a story about canine besties is Bernadette Peters reading her own story about canine besties and then signing your copy.* Broadway.com News Reporter Ryan McPhee naturally contributed to today’s Odds & Ends. View Comments Kristin Chenoweth Darren Crisslast_img read more

Wayne Brady & His Kinky Boots Co-Stars Get Sketchy

first_imgAbout the Artist: With a desire to celebrate the magic of live theater and those who create it, and with a deep reverence for such touchstones as the work of Al Hirschfeld and the wall at Sardi’s, Squigs is happy and grateful to be among those carrying on the traditions where theater and caricature meet. He was born and raised in Oregon, lived in Los Angeles for quite a long time and now calls New York City his home. Show Closed This production ended its run on April 7, 2019 View Comments The sex is in the sketch! Wayne Brady has stepped into the dazzling red footwear in Kinky Boots on the Great White Way and as the Emmy winner entered the land of Lola, Broadway.com resident artist Justin “Squigs” Robertson stopped by to get in on the action and pen this sketch. In addition to Brady as Lola in all her glory, the portrait features Andy Kelso as Charlie, Jeanna De Waal as Lauren, Daniel Stewart Sherman as Don, Marcus Neville as George and Courtney Wolfson as Nicola. Check it out, then catch them all at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre! Kinky Boots Daniel Stewart Sherman Star Files Related Shows Andy Kelsolast_img read more

Study Up with the Stars of Smart People

first_img Related Shows Smart People Look who took a study break to pose for the camera! The cast of off-Broadway’s Smart People met the press on January 20 and took this shot. In the New York premiere, Joshua Jackson, Mahershala Ali, Anne Son and Tessa Thompson play a quartet of Harvard intellectuals on the eve of Election Day 2008. Take a look at their close-up, then catch them in Lydia R. Diamond’s Smart People, directed by Kenny Leon, beginning January 26 at Second Stage! View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on March 6, 2016last_img

Watch The Color Purple Cast Perform ‘Miss Celie’s Pants’

first_img Related Shows That woman’s a wiz with the sewing machine—and the audience! The Color Purple Tony nominee Cynthia Erivo appeared on The View on June 2; before performing with the vibrant cast, the Broadway newcomer thanked View host Whoopi Goldberg for inspiring her. (Goldberg nabbed an Oscar nom for the role of Celie in the 1985 film. She and Erivo also have the role of Sister Act’s Deloris in common.) Watch the resplendent cast of The Color Purple perform “Miss Celie’s Pants,” and be sure to catch the Tony-nominated revival at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre! Star Files View Comments Cynthia Erivocenter_img The Color Purple Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 8, 2017 Cynthia Erivolast_img read more

Odds & Ends: Sneak Peek of Aaron Tveit in Bed & More

first_imgBarbra Streisand Calls Tim Cook to Fix SiriJust like us, Barbra Streisand has an issue with Apple’s Siri. However, unlike us mere mortals, the legend called the head of Apple, Tim Cook, about her difficulty—the iPhone mispronouncing her name. “She pronounces my name wrong,” Streisand recently told NPR’s Scott Simon. “Streisand with a soft S, like sand on the beach. I’ve been saying this for my whole career.” Siri is supposed to quit saying the incorrect “Streizand” after the next update on September 30, while Babs’ new album, Encore: Movie Partners Sing Broadway, will hit earbuds on August 26.Sarah Steele Lands CBS RoleThe Humans’ Sarah Steele has been enlisted to guest star on CBS’ Bull. TVLine reports that The Good Wife alum is set to appear as Ellen, the host of a successful podcast who might have gone a step too far. Check out Broadway.com’s recent interview with Steele here.Watch Idina Menzel’s New VideoIdina Menzel’s latest album, idina., will drop on September 23 and we now have the official music video for her track “Queen of Swords.” Check out the Broadway supernova in all her glory below. View Comments Aaron Tveit in ‘Better Off Single’ P.S. The previously reported cast recording of Roundabout’s recent off-Broadway hit The Robber Bridegroom, which starred Steven Pasquale, has now been scheduled for release on September 9. Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today and over the summer weekend. Sneak Peek of Aaron Tveit in BedWe have a new trailer of your Broadway boyfriend Aaron Tveit, Tony winner Annaleigh Ashford and an all-star ensemble cast in Better Off Single. The movie follows Charlie Carroll (Tveit), who quits his job and his girlfriend on the same day. With no job and no love, Charlie is forced to go on a journey of self-discovery so intense that he begins to suffer from surreal hallucinations, flashbacks, and fantasies. Will he find “the one?” Or did that ship already sail, taking with it his only hopes for relationship sanity? We will find out when the New York romantic comedy hits select theaters and VOD on October 7.last_img read more