The Sun City woman divorced six years ago and spends her time hanging out with friends and staying fit by doing yoga.
As far as dating is concerned, she turned to a Scottsdale company called Phoenix Singles in hopes of finding a man she could spend time with."They assured me that had men in their database that fit the criteria that I was looking for," Gray said.
Right now in London, Angels in America at the National is a two-play event; likewise the stage version of Hilary Mantel's two novels Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies was divided into two parts for its Royal Shakespeare Company stage premiere, though when it transferred to Broadway it was simply called Wolf Hall parts 1 and 2.
But stage sequels are not always guaranteed a receptive audience.
The website for Phoenix Singles says it has the most highly qualified relationship singles in the area.
That promising statement, along with the company's salespeople, got Gray's attention."Everyone came to the door, 'Oh my gosh, you're so beautiful. We have so many men in the database that fits your criteria, and look at you, my gosh why don't you already have someone?
This week I finally caught up with one of the best theatrical sequels I've ever seen: Lucas Hnath's A Doll's House Part 2 pays specific tribute to its Ibsen source in its title, but this Broadway play picks up the action 15 years later to see what happens after Nora famously slams the door on her abusive marriage and leaves her husband with their children.When I recently invited a friend to see Twelfth Night at the Globe, he jokingly replied, "But I've not seen the first 11 yet." By the same token, Alan Bennett's The Madness of George III was changed to The Madness of King George when it was turned into a feature film, for fear of confusing audiences who hadn't seen parts 1 or 2.We now regularly see stories translated from page to screen and back to stage as musicals or plays.Last fall, he starred in a successful production of . Next up, he’ll be joining the star-studded cast of . Listen with caution, though: his smooth and glorious voice packs a punch and can be a full-scale blast of power and emotion that could easily knock you off your feet. That renegade, true-to-himself spirit comes across in his musical tastes, as well: this star of Broadway and the West End is drawn to the alt-bluegrass and folk style of bands like The Avett Brothers (we feel you, Ramin).Additionally, he mounted three concerts on both sides of the Atlantic within the last two weeks: at the London Palladium on July 16, 2016, and two shows at New York City’s B. (In fact, he got to perform on stage with the Avett Brothers in 2014! The genius of this project comes across most clearly in his beautiful reimagining of ‘s “Old Man River.” In his heart, Karimloo is a storyteller, and these seemingly different musical genres share a fundamental quality: they’re about stories.He’s also collaborated with Avett Brothers cellist Joe Kwon.) As such, Karimloo has successfully blended his two loves– Broadway and bluegrass– in his “Broadgrass” Band, in which he performs Broadway standards in a bluegrass/folk style. He has also covered folk and country standards, like Dolly Parton’s “Wildflowers,” Old Crow Medicine Show’s “Wagon Wheel,” and the traditional hymn “Down to the River to Pray.” His vlog (“Vlogger 24601”) during his run was also a treat to watch– not only because Karimloo is adorable and hilarious, but also because he frequently folk-jammed with his co-stars.