View Comments Sting Talks Broadway-Bound The Last Ship’s Rave Reviews Sting, whose new musical The Last Ship is currently playing an acclaimed pre-Broadway run in Chicago, stopped by GMA on June 27 and, as we Brits say, looked chuffed to bits about the production. The Grammy winner revealed that he was “very pleased” with how the show had been received in the Windy City, although said they are “still working on it” before it begins its Broadway run on September 29. Check out the interview in full below. A Whole New World! Aladdin May Fly to London No surprise to hear that the flying carpet could be heading across the Pond. Aladdin, which has proven a shining, shimmering, splendid hit on Broadway, is eyeing a London transfer. According to The Daily Mail, a potential West End venue is the London Palladium. Directed and choreographed by Casey Nicholaw, the show is currently playing to packed houses at the Great White Way’s New Amsterdam Theatre. John Tiffany to Work on Roald Dahl Before J.K. Rowling? And there we were thinking that the next British children’s author Tony winner John Tiffany would be tackling would be J.K. Rowling! London’s Royal Court Theatre has announced its 2014-15 season and Tiffany will helm two productions for the venue: an Enda Walsh adaptation of Roald Dahl’s The Twits and Jack Thorne’s Hope. Other shows include Rory Mullarkey’s The Wolf from the Door, headlined by Four Weddings’ Anna Chancellor, Tim Price’s Teh Internet is Serious Business (it’s spelt like that), Duncan Macmillan and Chris Rapley’s 2071, Molly Davies’ God Bless the Child, Diana Nneka Atuona’s Liberian Girl and Zinnie Harris’ How to Hold Your Breath. Kenny Leon & Phylicia Rashad to Star in Same Time, Next Year Time to book some plane tickets! Tony winners Kenny Leon and Phylicia Rashad will star in Bernard Slade’s Same Time, Next Year for Atlanta’s True Colors Theatre. Directed by Chris Coleman, the show will run July 8 through August 3. Holler director Leon, who won the Tony for helming the recent revival of A Raisin In The Sun, previously worked with Rashad on the 2004 Broadway revival of Raisin. Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today.
Sergio Gonzalez has become a real King Midas of the quarry. Since he began his career on the benches the Hospitalet de Llobregat technician has discovered talents in the Spanish and in the Valladolid. The last to debut with Sergio has been Salisu. The central, polled by Valencia before the loss of Garay, It is one of the revelations of LaLiga. The defender has played 2,126 minutes between League (2006) and Cup (120) of which he has played 23 of 24 starting from the start. Before Salisu, Sergio gave the alternative to players like Bailly, Pau López or Joan Jordan. The 43-year-old coach began his career on the benches at the branch of the Spanish which he led in 17 games in the 2013/14 season before making the jump to the first team in 2015. The parakeets were trained in 62 games with which he reached the semifinals of the Cup. Among the players he made his debut are Eric Bailly, Rubén Duarte, Joan Jordan, Pau López and Raíllo. The Costa Rican defender played five games with Espanyol before leaving for Villarreal for 5.25 million euros and with a record of the subsidiary. Ceramics would go to Manchester United in 2016 in exchange for 40 million euros. The left back played his first game in the highest category of Spanish football against Valencia in 2014. The Almeria signed for Alavés where he is the starter. Joan Jordan played in the subsidiary of Espanyol until Sergio decided to alternate the subsidiary with the first team in the 14/15 and 15/16 seasons and then rejoin their paths in Valladolid. Jordan then signed for Eibar and Sevilla. Raíllo began his career in Primera with the parakeets in August 2015 before Getafe and then went through Ponferradina to reach Mallorca, a team in which he is the owner. One of the players who has stood out the most since he debuted with Sergio González at Espanyol is Pau López. The Spanish international played his first minutes in LaLiga with Espanyol in February 2015 and then went out to Tottenham, settled again in Cornellà, go to Betis and sign for Rome in 2019 for an amount close to 30 million euros with variables . Sergio’s second chapter on the benches and in which he also takes values from the quarry is in Valladolid. The coach adds 80 games after catching the team in Second in the absence of eight games and not only qualified for the playoff but also climbed to First. Under his baton they have stood out Waldo, extreme that debuted with the Valladolid in 2018 and with which he has played 11 games in the 19/20 and Miguel de la Fuente, striker of the subsidiary that has played five games, two of LaLiga and three in the Cup, in which he has given two assists.Two debuts of white canteranosSergio has in his curriculum the debut in First Lucas Vázquez and Marco Asensio. The Galician arrived at Espanyol in 2014 to do a mili season in Primera with the parrots before returning to Madrid in 2015. The same way followed a season after Marco Asensio. The Balearic highlighted in Cornellá scoring four goals and giving 15 assists in the 2015/16 season and then returning to Madrid.