Related Shows View Comments Finding Neverland Star Files Michelle Williams, who made her Broadway debut last season as Sally Bowles in Cabaret, spent a relaxing Sunday matinee at Finding Neverland. After the performance, Williams headed backstage with her daughter to congratulate the Matthew Morrison, who plays Peter Pan creator J.M. Barrie in the magical musical. Catch some pixie dust for yourself at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre. Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 21, 2016 Michelle Williams
“When the goals went in it was something quite incredible,” he said. “The stadium, the team, the staff and the fans did us proud in front of a worldwide audience. “The passion the people have got for this showed when the goals went in. “It is something that is going to be massively important for us going forward. They are our 12th man.” Despite conceding two goals at set-pieces, Pellegrini refused to single out any of his defenders or keeper Joe Hart, who hesitated when deciding whether to come for the ball for the first of Campbell’s brace. He said: “I have not seen them yet, but defending set-pieces is the duty of all the team. Not just the goalkeepers and the defenders. “It does not matter who is guilty with the two corners, conceding from two corners is too much, it is too important an area. “When we scored the first goal I thought it would be easier for us as we were playing a team defending with 10 players inside their box. “It was very difficult for us and I think while we did not do a very good match we did not play badly. “We had the patience to try and score, we did it but it was a pity with the two corners.” Few had given the Welsh club a chance of pulling off an upset in their first Barclays Premier League home game, and they fell behind to Edin Dzeko’s stunning strike early in the second half. But they hit back as Aron Gunnarsson tapped in from close range before Campbell lost Pablo Zabaleta twice from corners to head home and spark scenes of delirium at Cardiff City Stadium. Malky Mackay backed Fraizer Campbell to force his way into the England squad after the striker grabbed two goals in Cardiff’s stunning 3-2 win over Manchester City. Alvaro Negredo got a goal back for City in stoppage time, and spurned a last-gasp chance for an equaliser, but it was not enough as manager Maneul Pellegrini was given a rude awakening after their handsome opening win over Newcastle. Campbell’s career has been heavily affected by injuries since making his breakthrough at Manchester United, but his pace constantly troubled Joleon Lescott and his stand-in defensive partner Javi Garcia. His manager believes performances of this quality mean he could soon be adding to his solitary England cap. Mackay said: “I thought Fraizer Campbell gave their whole back four problems today. “He is someone I was delighted to get when we managed to get him in from Sunderland for £600,000. I thought it was an incredible bit of business on our behalf and he hit the ground running. “He needed to get fit and he needed to get sharper and he needed to regain belief in his own ability and that is what we gave him. “He worked hard over the summer and I now think I have a player there who has had an England cap and, over the piece, I think could force his way back into that squad if he keeps his head down and keeps working and playing like that against top, top players.” Mackay also praised the raucous support his side received from the 27,000-strong crowd as they claimed one of the most famous wins in the club’s history. Press Association
South Korea’s Samsung Heavy Industries has laid keel for Teekay’s first shuttle tanker newbuilding intended for the East Coast Canada (ECC) project.The milestone marks the end of the block building period as well as the beginning of the next phase – completion of the newbuilding with all its systems.The shuttle tanker, the Beothuk Spirit, is expected to be delivered in August of 2017.This shuttle tanker is the first of three newbuildings to be provided for loading crude at Hibernia, Terra Nova, White Rose and Hebron offshore oil fields located in St. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador.Construction on all three shuttle tankers has commenced with the first vessel now 65% complete and construction on the third vessel just underway.These three vessels, which have a total cost of approximately USD 375 million, are scheduled to deliver during the second half of 2017 and first half of 2018.They will replace two in-charters and one owned vessel currently servicing this 15-year, plus extension options, contract with a consortium of 9 oil companies.