Perfect Nonsense, the West End play following P.G. Wodehouse’s iconic comedy duo Jeeves and Wooster, has extended its run at the Duke of York’s Theatre. The comedy, directed by Sean Foley, will now run through January 17, 2015. As previously reported, John Gordon Sinclair and James Lance will step in for Robert Webb and Mark Heap as Jeeves and Wooster, respectively, from June 30 through September 20. View Comments Based on and adapted from the established literary works of P.G. Wodehouse, Perfect Nonsense, brings to life the charmingly incompetent Bertie Wooster and his unflappable valet Jeeves in this new comedy by brothers Robert and David Goodale. Following their West End run, Sinclair and Lance will embark on a U.K. tour. Casting will be announced later for their West End replacement.
Gov. Wolf Signs Child Marriage Ban, Psychology Compact Bills May 08, 2020 Bill Signing, Press Release Governor Tom Wolf signed into law House Bill 360, which sets 18 as the minimum age to obtain a marriage license and extends the time period for child care and school employees to obtain their criminal Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) background certifications.“Setting the minimum age to obtain a marriage license will help prevent child exploitation,” said Gov. Wolf. “Marriage is a sacred and serious commitment that should be undertaken with love by two adults, not by children being exploited by unscrupulous adults.”Gov. Wolf also signed into law Senate Bill 67, which amends regulations to expand the availability of psychological services through telemedicine.“The COVID-19 crisis has reduced Pennsylvanians’ ability to meet in-person with a therapist during a time when they are facing life changes, stress, and grief,” said Gov. Wolf. “Senate Bill 67 will allow Pennsylvanians to more easily access psychological services for mental wellness while supporting physical health through social distancing.”View this information in Spanish. SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
SYDNEY, June 5: World number one Ashleigh Barty has said that while she is happy that there is talk of the return of the sport amid the coronavirus pandemic, she would be reluctant to go for the upcoming tournaments based in USA until she understands all of the information surrounding them.”It’s exciting that tennis is being talked about again and things are moving in the right direction for us to start competing,” she told the Sydney Morning Herald. “But I’d need to understand all of the information and advice from the WTA and the USTA before making a decision on the US events.”The USTA is mulling shifting the Cincinnati Open to New York. This would let them host the US Open right after the tournament, thus maintaining a secure biosphere for the players.Players have, however, voiced concerns over being able to participate in either due to travel restrictions that may be in place at the time it is being held which is between August and September. Men’s defending champion Rafael Nadal said that he would refuse to travel to New York if he had to do so today whereas Australian Open men’s doubles winner Rajeev Ram said that the US Open should be be held if even one qualified player is unable to make it.All professional tennis activities currently remained suspended till July 31 amid the COVID-19 pandemic which has claimed more than 3.8 lakh lives so far across the world. IANSAlso watch: Evening Bulletin | 5th June, 2020