Cirque du Soleil PARAMOUR Related Shows View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on April 16, 2017 The rumors from March this year were true and Cirque du Soleil is set to move into the Lyric Theatre, which will soon be vacated by On the Town. Paramour, the organization’s first show created specifically for Broadway, will begin previews on April 16, 2016 and officially open on June 2 at the venue.Paramour will unite the signature spectacle of Cirque du Soleil with Broadway’s storytelling. Set in the world of Golden Age Hollywood, the event will spin the tale of a beautiful young poet forced to choose between love and art. Directed by Philippe Decouflé, the production will feature a 38-member cast that blends the best in circus arts and will be announced shortly.Artistic guidance will be by Jean-François Bouchard, with Pascale Henrot as associate creative director and West Hyler as associate creative director and scene director. Set design will be by Jean Rabasse, with costume design by Philippe Guillotel, score by Bob & Bill, choreography by Daphné Mauger, lighting design by Patrice Besombes, props design by Anne‐Séguin Poirier, projection design by Olivier Simola and Christophe Waksmann, sound design by John Shivers. The acrobatics creative team includes Shana Carroll, Boris Verkhovsky and Pierre Masse.
THE Australia cricket team is picking up advice ahead of the Ashes series against England in Australia later this week from an unlikely source, double sprint world record holder Usain Bolt.The 31-year-old sprinter, who retired from the sport this summer is an avid fan of cricket and even played as a fast bowler before taking up track and field.Even so, the sprinter will thankfully be sticking to his area of expertise running as he advises the batsmen on how to get maximum speed running between the wickets.According to the world’s fastest man, what it comes down to is explosiveness.“It’s all about explosiveness, and that’s one thing I’ve noticed with cricket – they don’t really have a lot of explosiveness when they’re running,” Bolt told the Herald Sun.“They seem to always take off at a slow rate. Getting that right will definitely help people.”The nine-time Olympic gold medalist also revealed plans in conjunction with major sponsors Gatorade for the presentation of the Gatorade Fastest Run trophy this summer.The award will be presented to the Australian cricketer who can record the fastest speed between the wickets throughout the summer of cricket, including Twenty20 matches.“We’re trying to make awareness more of running (as an asset in cricket) and we’re developing the Bolt Rate which is the quickest person through the wicket,” the retired sprinter said.“I’m happy about that, because we’re going to see who is the fastest between the wickets.“Nobody can assume – now we’ll actually know who’s the fastest.”(Sportsmax.com)
AMES, Iowa (AP) – Solomon Young scored a career-high 27 points off the bench, Rasir Bolton added 21 points and nine rebounds and Iowa State beat Oklahoma State 89-82 on Tuesday night.Young, a 6-foot-8 senior who started the first 14 games of the season, gave the Cyclones (9-9, 2-4 Big 12) a much-needed energy boost and also grabbed nine rebounds as the Cowboys (9-9, 0-6) remained winless in conference play.Lindy Waters led Oklahoma State with 14 points and Cameron McGriff had nine rebounds.Iowa State appeared to be on the verge of breaking the game open early after building a 30-19 lead with 4:58 left in the first half, but the Cowboys responded with a 13-1 run and trailed 37-35 at halftime.The Cyclones, who made of 11 of 24 3-point attempts, led 75-60 with five minutes left and held off a late Cowboys’ charge by hitting four straight free throws in the closing moments. — boys basketballNewman 51, Nashua-Plainfield 49Eagle Grove 47, Belmond-Klemme 29Forest City 73, North Union 45Garner-Hayfield-Ventura 52, West Hancock 50Lake Mills 67, Bishop Garrigan 49North Butler 58, Central Springs 45Osage 45, Saint Ansgar 37St. Edmond 59, Hampton-Dumont-CAL 49 — other girls scoresBishop Garrigan 89, Lake Mills 34Central Springs 40, North Butler 36Hampton-Dumont-CAL 78, St. Edmond 30Osage 59, Saint Ansgar 55West Fork 60, Northwood-Kensett 31West Hancock 64, Garner-Hayfield-Ventura 32 CLARION — Chelsey Holck had 13 while Darby Dodd and Sara Faber each added 11 as Clear Lake beat Clarion-Goldfield-Dows on the road 69-49 last night in North Central Conference girls basketball. Clear Lake is now 10-2 overall and 7-0 in the conference and will host Iowa Falls-Alden on FridayMASON CITY — The Mason City High girls outscored Des Moines Roosevelt 38-25 in the second half on their way to a 66-52 win at home last night, as you heard on AM-1300 KGLO and kgloam.com. Anna Deets had 22 points, Jaeda Whitner had 16 while Sami Miller added 15. The Mohawks are 8-6 and travel to Southeast Polk on Friday.NASHUA — Kealan Curley had 16 points to lead Newman to a 55-28 win over Nashua-Plainfield in Top of Iowa Conference East Division girls basketball last night. Hailey Worman added nine as Newman improves to 8-6 overall and 8-3 in the conference. The Knights host West Bend-Mallard on Thursday. CLEAR LAKE — Clear Lake won nine matches, including three by fall and four by forfeit, on their way to a 49-25 win over Mason City in non-conference wrestling in Clear Lake last night, as you heard on AM-1490/96.7-FM KRIB, kribam.com, and via the Radio.com app. Hunter Reick at 152, Connor O’Tool at 170 and Carter Markwardt at 126 picked up pins for the Lions, while Thomas Gansen at 160 won by major decision. Winners for Mason City included pins by Carter Gorder at 285, Kale DiMarco at 106 and Connor Wiemann at 132. Cooper Wiemann at 138 had a major decision while Jace Rhodes at 113 picked up a 6-4 decision over Max Currier. Clear Lake heads to the North Central Conference wrestling tournament in Iowa Falls on Saturday, which you can hear coverage of on KRIB. Mason City travels to Waukee for a dual on Thursday. — other wrestling from [email protected] TripoliWest Fork 51, Newman 22West Fork 42, Riceville 26West Fork 47, Tripoli 10Riceville 33, Newman 26Riceville 42, Tripoli 12Newman 50, Tripoli [email protected] AlgonaLake Mills 47, Algona 26Lake Mills 78, Rockford 6Algona 78, Rockford [email protected] BelmondClarion-Goldfield-Dows 81, Belmond-Klemme 0Clarion Goldfield-Dows 54, Eagle Grove 19Eagle Grove 58, Belmond-Klemme [email protected] Forest CityNew Hampton 46, Forest City 28New Hampton 40, Iowa Falls-Alden 33Iowa Falls-Alden 46, Forest City 23 IOWA CITY — A pair of ranked teams collide in Iowa City tonight when 19th ranked Iowa hosts #24 Rutgers. The Scarlet Knights are 5-2 and tied for second in the Big Ten and Iowa coach Fran McCaffery says Steve Pikiell (pike-ul) is building a consistent winner.McCaffery says the Rutgers program is benefitting from the move to the Big Ten.Rutgers is nationally ranked for the first time since 1979. You can hear the Iowa-Rutgers game on AM-1300 KGLO starting with the pre-game at 7 o’clock tonight with tipoff scheduled for 8 o’clock.