Related Shows What this triple threat means to us! Tony Yazbeck will fly into Finding Neverland on January 26; the Tony nominee replaces Matthew Morrison as J.M. Barrie in the Broadway.com Audience Choice Award-winning new musical.Yazbeck received a 2015 Tony nod for his performance in the On The Town revival; additional Main Stem credits include Chicago, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, Gypsy, A Chorus Line, Oklahoma! and Never Gonna Dance. He also recently starred in the world premiere of Hal Prince’s Prince of Broadway in Japan.Directed by Diane Paulus and featuring a score by Gary Barlow and Eliot Kennedy and a book by James Graham, Finding Neverland follows the story of J.M. Barrie and his relationship with the family of widow Sylvia Llewelyn Davies. Llewelyn Davies’ children eventually became Barrie’s inspiration to write Peter Pan.The cast at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre also currently includes Kelsey Grammer as Charles Frohman, Laura Michelle Kelly as Sylvia Llewelyn Davies, Carolee Carmello as Madame du Maurier and Teal Wicks as Mary Barrie. Tony Yazbeck Finding Neverland Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 21, 2016 Star Files View Comments
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122 Commodore Drive, Paradise Waters.FEEL a wave of calm wash over you as you step inside this stunning Surfers Paradise oasis. After living abroad for 16 years homeowners John and Frances Houston believe the Gold Coast was the closest thing to paradise. The couple bought the mansion at Paradise Waters in 2010 after they were attracted to its style and spaciousness. 122 Commodore Drive, Paradise Waters.Rebuilt with the help of international architectural and interior design practice Burley Katon Halliday, the house was designed for entertaining. “We have four dishwashers and a Sub-Zero fridge,” she said. “We celebrated my husband’s birthday and the chef catering for us was very impressed with the quality of the kitchen for a house. My husband and I love to cook.” The family said the mansion remained locked up most of the time.“We travel a lot so we don’t get to celebrate the house as much as we would like and it isn’t being used much at all,” she said. 122 Commodore Drive, Paradise Waters.Mrs Houston said when she and her husband bought it they wanted to breathe new life into it. The couple set out to rebuild the mansion which took them 18 months.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North3 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa23 hours ago“It was wonderful the way it was but we wanted to give it a 21st century fit out with the latest technology and modern finishes,” Mrs Houston said.“It isn’t ostentatious it is one of those iconic homes where less is more and it sure does have a powerful impact in a house of this size,” she said. 122 Commodore Drive, Paradise Waters.“The house is north east facing and we felt like we had found a slice of the tropics right here on the Gold Coast,” Mrs Houston said. “We lived in Phuket and Thailand for many years so it really did feel like a home away from home and it was our top choice to raise our daughter. “It certainly ticked all the boxes.” The three-level mansion oozes luxury from the entrance with a driveway that leads to a grand porte cochere and a dramatic butterfly roof. Massive pivot doors welcome you in to the foyer where a stunning double staircase frames a view of the Gold Coast skyline. 122 Commodore Drive, Paradise Waters.Mrs Houston said her favourite part about the design was the tropical style and Zen-feel it gave her. “Anywhere you look you will get a glimpse of tropical gardens or water,” she said. “The majority of the house is glass, greenery and light. There isn’t a dark space in the whole house so you constantly feel relaxed.” 122 Commodore Drive, Paradise Waters.A secret bar and home cinema are the perfect entertaining features while a sliding door opens to reveal a library. “When I am home my go to place is the living room, it is surrounded by greenery and I get an instant sense of peace,” she said. 122 Commodore Drive, Paradise Waters.“We have a lot of international friends and it is always a wonderful time when we have them over to visit.” With imported limestone floors from Italy and Aretusa marble the property is swimming in luxury finishes.
VERSAILLES, Ind. – The Ripley County Sheriff’s Office released department statistics for the month of October.Deputies responded to 39 traffic accidents including three that involved a person with injuries. The remaining crashes were limited to property damage.The sheriff’s office investigated 39 criminal cases in October with 21 being closed or resulting in arrest. The remaining 18 cases are still being investigated. Data shows 38 percent of October cases involve theft.On average, the Ripley County Jail was 87 percent full during the month of October, housing an average of 91 inmates per day.Male inmates accounted for approximately two-thirds of the daily jail population.Deputies performed numerous arrest warrants resulting in 29 captures of individuals wanted not only in Ripley County, but across the nation.The office served 252 civil process papers last month and reserve deputies also assisted in department efforts volunteering over 213 hours.
Patricia “Patsy” SealServices for Patricia â€œPatsyâ€ L. Seal have been scheduled for 1 p.m., Friday, November 21, 2014 at Oak Tree Inn, 1177 E. 16th Street, Wellington. Inurnment will follow at Sumner Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Wellington.Â Arrangements are under the direction of Hayhurst Funeral Home in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.Patricia Lee Seal was born July 16, 1932 in Wellington, Kansas the daughter of Harold Pat and Retta (Williams) Fetters.Â Patsy died Thursday, November 13, 2014 at The Village at Southern Hills in Tulsa, Oklahoma.Â She was 82 years of age.The former Miss Patricia Fetters was married to John N. Seal on December 16, 1949 in Wellington. Patsy moved to Oklahoma in 1968 and was employed in the Medical Field for 25 years and Mapco Oil and Gas for 10 years.Â Together, Patsy and John had four children, John David Seal of Lawrence, KS, Rebecca Bauer, of Broken Arrow, OK, Brenda Carter, of Broken Arrow, OK, Gloria Marie Hicks, of Tulsa, OK, 10 grandchildren, 8 great grandchildren.Â Also Gladys (Babe) McGillicuddy, of Wellington, KS and Jack Seal, of Bishop, CA and many cousins and nieces and nephews.She was preceded in death by husband Johnnie in 1983 and her sister Gloria Davidson of Topeka, KS and a granddaughter, Nicole Sheram in 2003 and a great granddaughter, HasleighÂ Carter in 2003, also twin great grandsons in 2005.Memorials may be made to the Ronald McDonald House Charities, 6102 S. Hudson Ave., Tulsa, OK 74136.