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“Cabaret” Takes Top Honors At Critics Circle Theatre Awards: Jessie Buckley, Ben Daniels, Cush Jumbo Win Acting Prizes

Click here to read the full article. Cabaret’s London stage revival has triumphed at the 31st Annual Critics Circle Theatre Awards, taking home three of this year’s top honors. Rebecca Frecknall’s acclaimed new production of the 1966 musical won the award for Best Director, with Oscar-nominated Jessie Buckley earning Best Actress for her performance as Sally Bowles. Tom Scutt was also recognized for his striking stage design. Complete list of winners below.  The biggest upset of the event came with Cabaret losing out on the biggest award of the night, that of Best Musical, which went instead to Rupert Goold’s Spring Awakening. The...

Foundation Reveals Season 2 First Look — Ben Daniels and Holt McCallany Are Among 10 Cast Additions

It looks like Foundation’s Brother Day still isn’t a fan of genius mathematician Hari Seldon. Apple TV+ unveiled a first look at Season 2 on Tuesday of the sci-fi series adapted from Isaac Asimov’s influential novels. The photo, which you can check out above, features the mesh crop top-wearing Cleon (played by Lee Pace) aiming a pointed stare — and finger — at his would-be foe, Seldon (Jared Harris). The streamer also unveiled new cast additions for the forthcoming season, including Isabella Laughland (Anne Boleyn) as Brother Constant, a “cheerfully confident claric whose job is to evangelize the Church of the Galactic...

Ben Daniels and the Backwoods to play Nov. 14

MARYDEL, Del. — On Sunday, Nov. 14 the Eastern Shore Bluegrass Association will host a concert by Ben Daniels and the Backwoods. The concert will be held at the Marydel Firehouse on Firehouse Lane in Marydel, Del. Admission is $12 for members and $17 for non-members. Doors open at noon,...

Ben Daniels Band Plays Free Concert in Saline Thursday

The Ben Daniels Band visits downtown Saline for a free concert Thursday night as Saline Main Street's Salty Summer Sounds Series continues. The concert begins at 7 p.m. Together since 2008, the Ben Daniels Band cuts through with an Americana sound from the Michigan ground. Chelsea native Ben Daniels, influenced by Bob Dylan, Robert Johnson, JJ Cale and John Prine, leads the band. From their opening song to the finale of their set, their musicianship, experience and originality make no two shows alike. And with the bluegrass roots of Tommy Reifel (bass), Wesley Fritzemeier (drums/mandolin/fiddle) and George Merkel (guitar), the live show never fails to take over the venue.