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  • Andrew Rannells Discusses Filling NPH’s (High-Heeled) Shoes & More

    first_imgBroadway alum Andrew Rannells, who is set to take over for Tony winner Neil Patrick Harris in Hedwig and the Angry Inch beginning August 20, is being extra careful these days. The Tony nominee joked with the The Toronto Star, saying, “You know, it’s Catholic guilt. Things are going so well that something bad has got to happen.” Related Shows Rannells will play a limited engagement through October 12 at the Belasco Theatre. Harris is set to play his final performance on August 17. The Book of Mormon and Girls star didn’t initially see himself stepping in for Harris. “Michael [Mayer, Hedwig director] had this idea that I should replace Neil when he left,” Rannells explained. “I came in and saw it that weekend. Neil was so amazing; I didn’t think I could possibly do it.” Hedwig and the Angry Inch Rannells received a Tony nod for his performance as Elder Price in The Book of Mormon. He’s also appeared on the Great White Way in Jersey Boys and Hairspray. His screen credits include Girls, The New Normal, Bachelorette and the upcoming film The Intern.center_img While the thought of Hedwig might conjure up glitter and glam rock, Rannells notes that there is a side to her that is not as noticeable on the surface: “it’s about feeling lost and looking for love and wanting to feel complete inside.” Of course, nothing bad seems to be coming his way yet as he waits to throw on the iconic wig and pumps once more, having played the role in a Houston, Texas production in 2001. “I literally replied to an audition notice I saw in Backstage,” Rannells said of his first stint with the show. “On a personal note, it was shortly after my dad passed away…I needed to do something…I was very depressed.” View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on Sept. 13, 2015last_img read more

  • Nova Scotia told to fund medical marijuana operation

    first_img 14 Views   no discussions Tweet Share Share Sharing is caring!center_img HealthLifestyle Nova Scotia told to fund medical marijuana operation by: – June 20, 2011 Share The couple were permitted to grow 25 plants but could only afford six, CBC reportedA Canadian province has been ordered to pay for an ill couple’s medical marijuana, Canadian media report.The Nova Scotia income assistance appeals board ruled the couple needed treatment but were unable to afford growing supplies, CBC news reports.The board ordered Nova Scotia to pay 2,500 Canadian dollars ($2,541; £1,569) to set up the growing operation.The wife was injured in a car accident and her husband suffers from glaucoma and smoke marijuana to ease the pain.“When I don’t smoke marijuana, I have so much pain that I don’t want to get out of bed. I have no energy, I don’t want to do nothing,” the woman told CBC News.As well as the set-up costs, the province was also ordered to pay 100 Canadian dollars every three months towards the running costs of the growing operation.A spokeswoman for Nova Scotia said the province was referring the decision to its lawyers but had yet to make a decision on whether to appeal, the Globe and Mail newspaper reported.Canada’s medical marijuana law came into effect in July 2000.Patients are required to have licenses to use the drug for medical treatment.BBC Newslast_img read more

  • Trophy of the Eurobasket Winner in Sarajevo on 18th August

    first_imgTrophy of the winner of 39th edition of the European Basketball Championship will arrive to Sarajevo on 18th August.The capital of B&H is the 18th station at the tour through 23 European cities. Fans and citizens of B&H will have an opportunity to take photos with the trophy that is, since 1995, being awarded to the most successful national team of the European Championship. Frenkie, the official mascot of Eurobasket will arrive with the trophy.The trophy started a journey on 19th May from Riga, capital of Latvia, a country that won the title of the first European champion in 1935 at the European Championship in Geneva. It will finish its journey through the Old Continent in Koln in Germany on 30th August.It is made of gold and silver, weighs 18 kilograms and is decorated with 24 gems.Ukraine should host this year’s European Championship, but due to the bad security situation, FIBA Europe decided to, for the first time, include four countries and five cities in the organization of Eurobasket.The first, group, phase will be played in Zagreb, Berlin, Riga and Montpelliere, while the knockout phases, from eight-finals onwards, will be played in Lille at the stadium Pierre-Mauroy that has a sliding roof and its capacity will be reduced to 27.000 places for this occasion.(Source: klix.ba/ Photo: bhbasket.ba)last_img read more