Dates All Tied Up for 50 Shades! The Musical Off-Broadway

first_imgGet up close and personal with Christian Grey! 50 Shades! The Musical – The Original Parody of E.L. James’ erotic bestseller, will begin performances off-Broadway on February 21. Directed by Al Samuels and Rob Lindley, the lampoon musical will officially open March 12 at the Elektra Theatre. Since author E.L. James’ novel was published, more than 70 million copies have been sold worldwide. Universal Studios is scheduled to release the film on February 13, 2015 starring Dakota Johnson, Jamie Dornan and Tony winners Jennifer Ehle and Marcia Gay Harden. Related Shows 50 Shades! features a book by Samuels, Amanda Blake Davis, Emily Dorezas, Jody Shelton, Ashley Ward and Dan Wessels and music and lyrics by Samuels, Davis, Shelton, Ward and Wessels. The musical opens with a ladies book club deciding to read Fifty Shades of Grey. Through their interpretation of the novel, the audience is lead on an amusing ride through Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele’s kinky relationship. The show features dance numbers and original songs delivered by a live, on-stage band accompanying the cast. The 50 Shades! creative team features set and costume design by John Dunnett, lighting design by Herrick Goldman, and sound design by Matt Kraus. This show is not to be confused with Cuff Me: The Fifty Shades of Grey Musical Parody, which featured parodies of hit songs and is also appearing off-Broadway.center_img View Comments 50 Shades! The Musical Show Closed This production ended its run on April 26, 2015last_img read more

Publix looking to hire thousands of workers

first_imgWhile many businesses are scaling back on employees due to the coronavirus, Publix says they are looking to hire thousands of employees to help them keep up with public demand.The grocery store chain said in a letter on Friday that they have openings not only in their grocery stores but also in their distribution centers and that they encourage applications from people in service, manufacturing, warehousing and other industries who have recently found themselves out of work:“We take pride in serving our communities during times of need, and with the unprecedented demand we are experiencing, we’re in need of more associates to help across our operating area,” said Publix Vice President of Human Resources Marcy Benton. “We’re looking for people who have a desire to serve, are passionate about the food industry, are willing to work hard and ready to build a career at Publix.”The chain has nine distribution centers located in Boynton Beach, Deerfield Beach, Jacksonville, Lakeland, Miami, Orlando and Sarasota, Florida; Lawrenceville, Georgia; and McCalla, Alabama and even more area stores.They also offer benefits to full- and part-time employees including health care options, further education, and retirement saving.To apply click here.last_img read more