Yes, they can can can! As previously reported, Moulin Rouge! is heading to Australia in 2021, and now new details are emerging about the Tony-nominated sensation. The show is scheduled to open in August at Melbourne’s Regent Theatre, according to The Age. The performance schedule and cast will be announced later, but notices will be released this week for auditions to start in Melbourne and Sydney from mid-January. Creative directors will quarantine in Australia before holding the auditions.Set in the Montmartre section of Paris at the turn of the century, Moulin Rouge! The Musical follows a lovesick writer, Christian, and an entrancing chanteuse, Satine. Their lives collide at the Moulin Rouge with its many characters. As was the case in the movie, the stage musical’s score features popular music of the past 50 years.Moulin Rouge! features a book by John Logan, direction by Alex Timbers and choreography by Sonya Tayeh. Prior to the Broadway shutdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, Moulin Rouge! was playing at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre where it opened on July 25, 2019. Moulin Rouge! The Musical is based on the 2001 major motion picture by Baz Luhrmann and has earned 14 Tony Award nominations, including Best Musical. View Comments “Moulin Rouge! The Musical” on Broadway(Photo: Matthew Murphy)
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Activision Blizzard has officially announced the Call of Duty League and its branding.The developer has also released details for the inaugural season of the franchised league.RELATED: Chicago, London, and Seattle announced for Call of Duty leagueThe Call of Duty League will be played exclusively on PlayStation 4 and will boast a total prize pool of over $6 million (£4.9 million) in its first year. The season will culminate in the Call of Duty League Championship, crowning the ultimate winner of the season.No branding for the 12 franchises have been officially confirmed at the time of writing, but the ownership groups and cities have all been unveiled. What’s currently known about the franchises is as follows:Atlanta Esports Ventures’ AtlantaNRG Esports’ ChicagoEnvy Gaming’s DallasMisfits Gaming’s FloridaReKTGlobal’s LondonKroenke Sports & Entertainment’s Los AngelesImmortals Gaming Club’s Los AngelesWISE Ventures’ MinnesotaSterling.VC’s New Yorkc0ntact Gaming’s ParisEnthusiast Gaming’s SeattleOverActive Media’s TorontoRELATED: Roster rules detailed for Call of Duty franchise leagueDetails on the league’s official website confirm that the city-based league will indeed see the franchises travel from city to city to compete against each other. It also confirms that the league will take place on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare from 2020, but no date of commencement has been announced at the time of writing.Esports Insider says: It’s been an incredibly-poor secret that the league was to be called Call of Duty League but it’s nice to finally get some details on the competition considering we’re almost in 2020. Now that details such as the Championship and prize pool have been released, we’re anticipating franchises to start unveiling their branding any day now.Follow ESI on Instagram
Black Stars midfielder Emmanuel Agyemang Badu has been ruled out of the Black stars’ semi-final game against Zambia in Bata Wednesday.The Udinese player sustained a knee injury in the game against Tunisia and stayed out of the team’s final training on Tuesday.This came as a big blow to Coach Goran Stevanovic who has started with four different line-ups in the four games played so far at the ongoing tournament in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.Agyemang Badu told JOY sports: “I am out of tomorrow’s game”. I have a knee injury which I sustained in the game against Tunisia.”The player has been an integral part of the squad from the beginning of the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON).
Sabrina Cammock (Facebook Photo)NEW YORK (AP) — More tests are needed to determine the cause of death of a Syracuse University sprinter found in a Times Square hotel room during spring break, medical examiners said Sunday.Sabrina Cammock’s autopsy was conducted Sunday, but the results were awaiting further studies, medical examiners’ spokeswoman Julie Bolcer said.Police say there were no signs of criminality when Cammock was found at around 9:20 a.m. Saturday at the Hotel Edison. The hotel declined to comment on the death, first reported Saturday by the Daily News.Specializing in sprinting, Cammock competed as recently as the previous weekend, when she was on the women’s 4×400 relay team at the 2015 ACC Indoor Championships at Virginia Tech, according to Syracuse’s sports website.“Sabrina was a wonderful and remarkable person and student-athlete,” Syracuse track and field coach Chris Fox said in a statement Saturday. “Our team and coaching staff are devastated by her loss.”Cammock, a senior, was studying public health at Syracuse’s David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics, Dean of Student Affairs Rebecca Reed Kantrowitz said in a statement. The university is on spring break.Cammock had recently done an internship involving medical quality assurance in an oncology unit, giving a presentation about the subject as part of an internship symposium at her school in December.A member of a school record-setting 4×100-meter relay team, Cammock won a Syracuse scholar-athlete of the week award last April. She also was named to the 2012-13 Big East conference All-Academic Team.As a high-school student, Cammock ran for The Mary Louis Academy, a Catholic girls’ school near her home in the Jamaica Estates section of Queens.“She’s better than anybody you know,” her cousin Kemal Brown told the Daily News. “She’s a baby, and she’s gone.”
Luka Modric has been linked as a possible signing for Bayern Munich when Carlo Ancelotti takes charge of the German giants this summer. The Croatian midfielder enjoyed a healthy relationship with the Italian when they worked together at Real Madrid, but he’s refused to elaborate on talk they could be set to reunite in the Bundesliga. CET However, Modric did reveal the two men have kept in charge since Ancelotti left Madrid, “although we have never spoken of a hypothetical signing for Bayern,” he added. Sport EN 19/01/2016 “It’s just rumours,” Modric said when asked by Sportske Novosti about Bayern’s supposed interest. Upd. at 22:45 Los Blancos would be unwilling to sell their midfield player, but Ancelotti would surely be keen to have Modric, whose contract in the Spanish capital runs until 2018, alongside him at the Allianz Arena.
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Putting an app in the cloud increases the likelihood of having a data breach. Using cloud-based apps may increase the economic fallout from a data breach by more than a factor of three. Those are two of the results from a survey of IT professionals made by the Ponemon Institute in a report that identifies what they call a security “cloud multiplier effect“.Larry Ponemon, chairman and founder of the Ponemon Institute, said that “I suspect that the low vote of confidence in cloud vendors we’re seeing is due to heightened scrutiny and a ‘fear of the unknown.’ Overcoming this takes a better understanding of a vendor’s security precautions and how people are using the cloud in the first place. Businesses that demand more vendor transparency and seek efficient methods for evaluating apps and directing usage will find it easier to embrace the cloud and move past this period of uncertainty.”Other results of the recent Ponemon survey were:66 percent said that using the cloud reduces confidence in how well sensitive information is being protected62 percent said that they think cloud providers turn on services before they’ve fully tested them for security71 percent didn’t think that their cloud provider would provide them immediate notification if there was a data loss or theftBill Kehoe, CIO of King County, said that “I think you’ve got to be careful. You can’t just throw your data into any cloud environment.”But despite their worry about security in the cloud, security is an issue no matter where your data is stored. 51 percent said that on-premise data has just as many security issues as data stored in the cloud