Marc Bruni(Photo: Emilio Madrid for Broadway.com) from $59.00 Related Shows View Comments Trevor Trevor, a new musical based on the Academy Award-winning short film of the same name, will arrive at off-Broadway’s Stage 42 this spring. Beautiful: The Carole King Musical collaborators Marc Bruni and Joshua Prince will direct and choreograph the production, set to begin performances in April.Trevor features a book and lyrics by Dan Collins and music by Julianne Wick Davis (who together penned the 2016 musical adaptation of the documentary Southern Comfort). Based on an original story by James Lecesne, the show follows 13-year-old Trevor, a force of nature with a vivid imagination. As he deals with becoming a teenager, he struggles to navigate his own identity and determine how he fits into a challenging world.The nonprofit Trevor Project, the nation’s only accredited crisis intervention and suicide prevention organization focused on saving LGBTQ lives, was created as a result of the Trevor film.The off-Broadway staging of Trevor follows a 2017 world premiere mounting at Chicago’s Writers Theatre. Casting and a start date for the New York production will be announced soon.
Policemen patrol at the Temple of Justice in Monrovia, Liberia December 7, 2017. REUTERS/James Giahyue Policemen patrol at the Temple of Justice in Monrovia, Liberia December 7, 2017. REUTERSLiberia’s Supreme Court on Thursday cleared the way for a presidential run-off election, ruling that it had not found enough evidence of fraud to halt the entire process.The court dismissed a complaint from the third-place finisher Charles Brumskine’s Libert Party, which filled a case at the case with claims that fraud has undermined the first round of voting in October.The ruling with see ex-footballer George Weah faces off against Vice-president Boakai in a vote that could mark Liberia’s first peaceful transition of power in seven decades.“In the absence of sufficient evidence, the court cannot order a re-run of the election,” Justice Philip Banks said, reading out the court’s decision, Reuters reports.The judge further said that over the 5,000 polling stations, presenting evidence of just a few was a problem.“The evidence should have (shown) … that they were committed in such magnitude that they could have altered the results.” He said.The winner of round two will replace Nobel Peace Prize laureate Ellen Johnson Sirleaf as leader of the small West African country.The delays caused by all the legal wrangling have ratcheted up tensions in a country still recovering from decades of civil war that killed tens of thousands.However, a spokesman for the Liberty Party said it would accept the result.“If we did not respect the judiciary, we would not have come,” Darius Dillion said. “Liberia has won, our democracy has won.”The date of the run-off is yet to be confirmed.