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Mark Rylance Will Return to Broadway in Farinelli and the King

first_img Show Closed This production ended its run on March 25, 2018 Farinelli and the King Related Shows Mark Rylance(Photo: Marc Brenner)center_img It’s confirmed! The rumors were true and as we predicted, Mark Rylance is set to return to Broadway in Farinelli and the King. Penned by his wife, Claire van Kampen, the three-time Tony and 2016 Oscar winner will reprise his role from the West End production as King Philippe V of Spain; the new play is scheduled to begin performances on December 5, 2017, with an opening night scheduled for December 17, 2017 at the Belasco Theatre. The limited run will conclude on March 25, 2018.Rylance won the Tony for Twelfth Night, Jerusalem and Boeing-Boeing and was nominated for Richard III (which played in rep with Twelfth Night); he has also appeared on the Great White Way in La Bete. He received the Oscar for Bridge of Spies and an Emmy nod for his recent work in the screen adaptation of Hilary Mantel’s Booker Prize-winning novel Wolf Hall.Directed by John Dove and designed by Jonathan Fensom, the play is set in eighteenth-century Spain and show tells the true story of Farinelli, once the world’s most famous castrato and one of the greatest celebrities of his time, and his decision to trade fame and fortune in the opera-houses of Europe for a life of servitude at the court of King Philippe V. The show explores the dynamics between Farinelli and the royal couple, featuring many of the exquisite arias first sung by Farinelli in the 1730’s.The London company included Sam Crane playing the acting role of Farinelli and the singing role shared by Iestyn Davies and Rupert Enticknap, Huss Garbiya as Doctor Jose Cervi, Melody Grove as Isabella Farnese, Colin Hurley as Metastasio and Edward Peel as De la Cuadra. View Commentslast_img read more

WATCH: Former Bulls props’ incredibly dangerous and cynical on-field act

first_imgFormer Bulls prop Pierre Schoeman might’ve made a great impression in his first year with Scottish side Edinburgh, winning the side’s Player-of-the-Year award as well as scooping up a new contract.But the 25-year-old has also been in the headlines for the wrong reasons after he engaged in an incredibly dangerous act during last weekend’s Pro 14 meeting with Irish giants Munster.Schoeman lifted the padding to the right-hand upright while Edinburgh were on defence in a move cynically designed to prevent a try being scored. The rule book dictates that a team will score a five-pointer if a player places the ball at the base of the padding.However, it’s also obviously there for safety too.Referee Marius Mitrea was only made aware of the incident by Munster’s players afterwards, who bafflingly only have Schoeman a warning.Munter coach and former Bok assistant Johann van Graan wasn’t impressed.“In my view you can’t touch the goalposts,” he said.“It is the safety of the game. You can’t pull that up; there’s been another incident in world rugby where that was a yellow and straight penalty try”For more sport your way, download The Citizen’s app for iOS and Android.last_img read more