The new musical was filmed at TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, where “Pride and Prejudice” performed its world premiere from Dec 4 to Jan 4. Tom Polum (“Cyrano – The Musical”) and Stacia Fernandez (“Einstein’s Dreams,” “Mamma Mia!”) produced the filming of the musical. The cast also features Monique Hafen Adams, Samantha James Ayoob, Lucinda Hitchcock Cone, Taylor Crousore and Heather Orth. The artists who perform in “Pride and Prejudice” will garner revenue from the streaming through a unique profit-sharing model. … [Read more...] about Streaming Musicals Website Hosts Virtual Opening Night With ‘Pride and Prejudice’ Musical (EXCLUSIVE)
11:50 a.m. China lying about COVID-19 cases and deaths, report says: U.S intelligence officials briefed the White House on China’s efforts to suppress the number of positive cases of COVID-19 and resulting deaths, according to a Bloomberg report. The classified report to the president concluded the numbers China has been reporting are “fake.” Numerous U.S. officials have scoffed at China’s coronavirus reporting, which has drawn down sharply in recent weeks. China added a little more than “1,500 asymptomatic cases” to the country’s total on Tuesday, Bloomberg reported. A database compiled by Johns Hopkins University currently notes China as having 82,361 cases and 3,316 deaths. However, the country reported more than 80,000 cases as far back as March 2. The reduced death toll would be equally remarkable considering China surpassed 3,000 people killed by the virus on March 7. Bloomberg reports that other countries — such as Egypt, Iran, … [Read more...] about Coronavirus live updates: U.S. death toll exceeds 5,000
California Gov. Gavin Newsom said Tuesday afternoon that revisions to the statewide stay-at-home order are coming within 24 hours. Meanwhile, California launched a statewide hotline Tuesday to help the state's 5.3 million residents older than 65 connect with state and local services during the novel coronavirus outbreak. … [Read more...] about Latest San Leandro Coronavirus Updates
Statewide, Gov. Gavin Newsom gave updated statistics Tuesday: there have been 150 deaths in California, 6932 people have tested positive for coronavirus, 1617 are hospitalized right now, with 657 in intensive care. Hospitals across the state are keeping up with demand, and there are still hospital beds and ventilators available. … [Read more...] about Latest Alameda Coronavirus Updates
What that will look like in the coming weeks and months, however, is anything but normal. The draft will resemble nothing like its made-for-TV production that has served as a ratings monster for decades. The league then plans to release the 2020 schedule in early May. Then, though, OTAs will be canceled, as will minicamps. Even if parts of society start to reopen in early June, it won’t be the right time to start loading up locker rooms with 90 players per team, plus coaches, trainers, and other staff. (Check the setback for the return of the Chinese Basketball Association for evidence of that.) … [Read more...] about NFL Planning Full Season With Full Stadiums — Is It Optimism Or Arrogance?