Jessie Mueller & Joshua Henry(Photo: Emilio Madrid-Kuser & Bruce Glikas) Show Closed This production ended its run on Sept. 16, 2018 Related Shows Carousel This ought to be a real nice clambake! The starry new revival of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Carousel begins performances on February 28 at the Imperial Theatre. Jack O’Brien directs and Justin Peck choreographs the production scheduled to officially open on April 12. Tony winner Jessie Mueller and Tony nominee Joshua Henry star.Set in a small New England factory town, Carousel follows the tragic romance between a troubled carnival barker (Henry) and the young woman (Mueller) who gives up everything for him. The Carousel cast also includes Lindsay Mendez as Carrie Pipperidge, Renée Fleming as Nettie Fowler, Tony nominee John Douglas Thompson as the Starkeeper, Amar Ramasar as Jigger, Brittany Pollack as Louise, Alexander Gemignani as Enoch Snow and Margaret Colin as Mrs. Mullin.The Carousel ensemble includes Colin Anderson, Yesenia Ayala, Nicholas Belton, Colin Bradbury, Andrei Chagas, Leigh-Ann Esty, Laura Feig, David Michael Garry, Garett Hawe, Rosena M. Hill Jackson, Amy Justman, Jess LeProtto, Skye Mattox, Kelly McCormick, Anna Noble, Adriana Pierce, Rebecca Pitcher, David Prottas, Craig Salstein, Ahmad Simmons, Antoine L. Smith, Corey John Snide, Erica Spyres, Ryan Steele, Sam Strasfeld, Halli Toland, Ricky Ubeda, Scarlett Walker, Jacob Keith Watson and William Youmans.The creative team features Santo Loquasto (scenic design), Ann Roth (costume design), Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer (lighting design), Scott Lehrer (sound design), Jonathan Tunick (orchestrations) and Andy Einhorn (musical supervision and direction). View Comments
RYAN McKinnon reigned supreme at last weekend’s prestigious El Dorado Trading Cup/Guyana Sport Shooting Foundation’s (GSSF) anniversary shoot.At the end of the day when the dust settled, McKinnon scooped the Limited Division class with a time of 70.32, ahead of Rajiv Latchana (76.86) and John Phang (80.90).In the Production Division, Michael Blake: 107.49 finished ahead of Aleemul Ali (116.90) and Bhageshwar Murli (169.80).The three-stage match consisted of sanctioned S.C.S.A. stages, namely Outer Limits, Pendulum and Speed Option. With safety and efficiency in mind, the match administrators placed the shooters into two squads, thereby shooting two separate stages simultaneously.The first stage named ‘Outer Limits’ was shot for the first time in Guyana and involved the shooters moving from one box to another.The remaining stages were all shot from a stationary position. The second stage named ‘Pendulum’ saw targets set at closer distances but in a somewhat tricky arrangement, which caused shooters to engage them in random orders as they thought best.The third stage named ‘Speed Option’ caused both the shooter’s trigger finger action and their heart-beat to accelerate as they engaged the various targets set in a challenging layout.The Challenge Trophy which has been on the prize table at an Annual match since 2015 sees the winner’s name together with the year inscribed on a plaque attached.El Dorado Trading Inc., the licensed gold dealers of Lot 136 Young Street, Kingston, Georgetown, continued to give its unfaltering support to the G.S.S.F.Present at the range were captain of the handgun section of the GuyanaNRA, Dale Hing, and other GuyanaNRA participants. President of the Foundation Ryan McKinnon acknowledged the attendance of the GuyanaNRA participants and indicated he looks forward to continued increased participation and collaboration.Match Director Mrs Persaud-McKinnon conveyed thanks to El Dorado Trading for the continuous sponsorship of this Annual Steel Challenge Match.In a release to the media, the GSSF extended its sincerest gratitude to the GPF, Asst Commissioner Ramnarine, the OC TSU and the ranks of the GPF Armoury and TSU. Additional thanks were extended to Brigadier Patrick West and the GDF for the use of its range facility at Timehri.