View Comments Jason Donovan, the multi-talented star who played the title role in the iconic 1991 London Palladium staging of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, will graduate to the role of Pharaoh in the upcoming West End revival. The previously announced production, starring Sheridan Smith as the Narrator, will play an 11-week run at the London Palladium from June 27 through September 8. Opening night is set for July 11.”You never know the measure of a moment until it becomes a memory, and what a moment that was for me,” said Donovan. “Joseph was a groundbreaker in 1991, and what a blast it will be to be back on the prestigious Palladium stage and be part of it all again with a brand-new cast in this reimagined 2019 production. I’m looking forward to breathing new life into Pharaoh and I’m so relieved he doesn’t wear a loincloth!”Donovan rose to fame on the Australian soap Neighbours before launching his music career in 1988. His hit singles include “Nothing Can Divide Us,” “Especially for You” and “Too Many Broken Hearts.” During his celebrated original stint in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, he released a single of “Any Dream Will Do” which topped U.K. music charts. His other stage credits include The Rocky Horror Show, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Annie Get Your Gun, The Sound of Music, The King’s Speech and Million Dollar Quartet.Featuring music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat features songs that have gone on to become pop and musical-theater standards, including “Any Dream Will Do,” “Close Every Door to Me,” “Jacob and Sons,” “There’s One More Angel in Heaven” and “Go Go Go Joseph.”The revival will be directed by Laurence Connor and choreographed by JoAnn M. Hunter. Additional casting is to come. Jason Donovan(Photo: John Phillips/Getty Images)
Leading an organization is more than attending meetings, delivering speeches and ensuring deadlines and goals are being met.Those things are all well and good, but I’ve quickly learned that the most important task we have may very well be building the right team – including those you place into leadership roles within your organization.As Forbes states, building the right team “requires the ability to master the ‘art of people’ and knowing how to maneuver hundreds (if not thousands) of people at the right place and at the right time.” Even if you lead 10 people, building an effective team means knowing the individuals on your team – their strengths and competencies – and putting them in the right place.A leadership article in the Huffington Post highlights three “C’s” for building an effective team. They include:– Collaborate: Allow your team to share ideas.– Cooperate: Listen to your team – be a team player.– Coordinate: Make sure everyone – at all levels in your organization – understands your vision. continue reading » 2SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
“We have had a shit season,” Carvajal admitted in an interview with Movistar. “It’s not up to the players to analyse this. What we have to do is not hide and keep working.” Madrid fans want Perez’s resignation after exiting three competitions in a week Dani Carvajal says Real Madrid have had a “shit” season after they were knocked out of the Champions League by Ajax on Tuesday. Ajax turned around a 2-1 first leg deficit by winning 4-1 at the Bernabeu as Los Blancos were beaten at home for the fourth consecutive game. RELATED STORIES Ramos was filming Amazon documentary as Real Madrid eliminated from Europe 05/03/2019 Carvajal: “Una temporada de mierda” Madrid have now been knocked out of the Copa del Rey, the La Liga title race and now Europe in the space of seven days to leave their season over in March. With tears almost in his eyes, the Madrid player added: “I feel uneasy… I don’t know how to explain it. Upd. on 06/03/2019 at 00:14 CET IN SPORT.ES “We came into the game with the intention of playing really well and getting through, but it’s not easy to play after two losses in a row [to Barcelona]. In one week we’ve been knocked out of everything.” Xavi Canals Carvajal tried to avoid making excuses: “[Ajax] were better and deserved to go through. Two errors saw us go 2-0 down, we missed a chance and the third goal kills us.”
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