The Fans Have Spoken! Your Top 10 Favorite Lynn Ahrens & Stephen Flaherty Musicals

first_imgSeussical the Musical A Man of No Importance Dessa Rose The Glorious Ones Anastasia View Comments Rocky Once on This Island Ragtime  Little Dancer It’s already a huge day for music duo Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty! As previously reported, their musical Once on This Island will bow on the Great White Way on November 9 at a theater to be announced. In addition, Anastasia has officially started Broadway performances. Now, it’s time to reveal the fans’ top 10 favorite Ahrens and Flaherty musicals; both Anastasia and Once on This Island nabbed spots in the top 10. The show that won the number one spot earned Audra McDonald her third Tony Award. Do you know which one, Audra super fans? Here’s a hint: it’s the same show for which Ahrens and Flaherty for which garnered their Tony Awards. Check out the full list below! (Photo: Matthew Murphy, Caitlin McNaney & Joan Marcus) My Favorite Yearlast_img read more

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MEN Mikro Elektronik and Duagon to merge

first_imgGERMANY: HQ Equita is to sell its stake in safety critical computing technology supplier MEN Mikro Elektronik to Deutsche Beteiligungs, whch will merge the business with Duagon Holding AG. MEN founder Manfred Schmitz will retain his shares and be a member of the board of the new group.‘We are confident that this merger will create a market-leading company for complete computing and communication hardware and software solutions for safety-critical markets’, said Bernd Härtlein, former CEO of MEN and future CEO of the Computing business unit. ‘With Duagon’s expertise, this will initially mean an even stronger focus on the rail market, but it is important to us to continue expanding MEN’s existing focus markets such as industrial automation, avionics or power and energy’.last_img read more

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North v West in County Final

first_imgClonoulty Rossmore and Nenagh Éire Óg will meet in the Tipperary senior hurling final for 2018.Nenagh Éire Óg toppled reigning champions Thurles Sarsfields yesterday in Semple Stadium going in 1-10 to 0-5 up at the break after an early Andrew Coffey goal.In the second half the Cathedral Town side came back into the game but a Paddy Murphy goal gave Éire Óg breathing room. Photo © Padraig Hogan Late goals by Denis and Ronan Maher weren’t enough for Sarsfields and Nenagh progressed on a 2-18 to 2-15 scoreline.The west champions Clonoulty took on a new look Toomevara side and led right from the off going in five points up at the break in the early throw in.Timmy Hammersley was scorer in chief for the Westerners as they withstood a second half David Young goal for Toom and ground out a hard earned 0-19 to 1-10 win.After the game Clonoulty Rossmore manager John Devane told Tipp FM Sport he was relieved to be through to the final.last_img read more

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Enyimba Beat 10-Man Plateau To Move Into NPFL Top 5 As Champions Fail In…

first_imgEnyimba have moved into the top five of the Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) after they saw off 10-man Plateau United 1-0 at home in a Matchday 8 clash.Diminutive winger Stanley Dimgba was the hero for the hosts as he scored an 11th minute penalty to give his side the maximum points after Elijah Ogene was penalised for handball in the box.The victory was enough to take Paul Aigbogun’s men six places from 11th to 5th spot with 13 points from the 8 league games played while defending champions Plateau United (15 points) stay in second place and also fail in the bid to usurp current leaders Akwa United into top spot.RelatedNPFL Watch: Enyimba, Plateau Boost Top Three Pursuit With VictoriesMarch 29, 2018In “Nigeria”NPFL Review (Rescheduled Games): Champions Plateau United Secure Top Four Spot With Draw At Akwa As Enyimba, IfeanyiUbah Clash Ends In StalemateMay 10, 2018In “Nigeria”NPFL Matchday 18 Review (Monday): Rivers United, Plateau United Earn Valuable PointApril 24, 2018In “Nigeria”last_img read more

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€500K Wild Atlantic Way Campaign to lure more visitors to Donegal

first_imgFáilte Ireland has today launched a €500K Wild Atlantic Way Advertising campaign in Britain aimed at bringing visitors to take a break in Donegal.The campaign is particularly targeting British visitors to entice them to take a break along the Wild Atlantic Way from Galway to Donegal and is aimed at cities with good access to the region.Urging visitors to embrace the Wild Atlantic Way of Life, the four-week campaign launches today and will run across different mediums. This will include a combination of Out of Home advertising in prime commuter and shopping locations in key urban centres which have direct access into the region.This will be supported by a month long radio partnership with the Bill Turnbull Show on Classic FM and a digital (Search Engine Optimisation) campaign.Additionally, local taxis will be wrapped in high impact Wild Atlantic Way imagery in a number of the cities – including Liverpool, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Manchester.Speaking today, Fiona Monaghan, Fáilte Ireland’s Head of the Wild Atlantic Way, said “As we enter into the fourth season for the Wild Atlantic Way, we are determined not to rest on our laurels. This campaign allows us to raise international awareness of the route as a must see visitor experience in key strategic locations which offer ease of access and great potential for the short break market. “The ease of access will be the key message and, in promoting the call of the Wild Atlantic Way in the Spring, we will be emphasising the short flight durations from the targeted cities to get our message across”.The campaign is being driven by a joint International Marketing Fund provided by Fáilte Ireland and Local Authorities in Donegal, Sligo, Mayo, and Galway (County & City) which was mobilised to focus specifically on raising international awareness of the Wild Atlantic Way in targeted international markets with direct access to Ireland and to encourage and support incremental short breaks in the shoulder seasons.€500K Wild Atlantic Way Campaign to lure more visitors to Donegal was last modified: January 2nd, 2017 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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