Tony, Pulitzer, Emmy and Grammy winner Lin-Manuel Miranda now has a Drama League Distinguished Performance Award to add to his trophy cabinet! The creator and star of Hamilton received the prestigious prize at the 82nd annual Drama League Awards on May 20. Miranda was one of 50 nominees for the top honor, which a performer can only win once in his or her lifetime. Additionally, Hamilton and The Humans, along with the revivals of The Color Purple and A View from the Bridge, were presented with trophies.Certified genius Miranda’s Hamilton has received a myriad of accolades. The off-Broadway run picked up Drama Desks, Outer Critics Circle Awards, Lucille Lortel Awards and more. Since transferring to the Main Stem, the show won a Grammy for Best Musical Theater Album, the Pulitzer, the Edward M. Kennedy Prize and an unprecedented 11 Broadway.com Audience Choice Awards. The musical is nominated for a record-breaking 16 Tony Awards on June 12. Miranda’s first Broadway tuner, In the Heights, received four 2008 Tony Awards including Best Musical, with Miranda garnering a Tony for Best Score, as well as a nod for Best Leading Actor in a Musical. He is the co-composer (with Tom Kitt), and co-lyricist (with Amanda Green) of Broadway’s Bring it On: The Musical and he picked up an Emmy in 2014 with Kitt for their song, “Bigger” from the 67th Annual Tony Awards telecast. Upcoming projects include Disney’s Mary Poppins and Moana.The ceremony was hosted by 2016 Tony nominees Zachary Levi (She Loves Me) and Megan Hilty (Noises Off) at the Mariott Marquis Times Square, and also honored Sheldon Harnick, Deaf West Theatre and Ivo van Hove.Distinguished Performance AwardLin-Manuel Miranda, HamiltonDistinguished Production of a MusicalHamiltonDistinguished Production of a PlayThe HumansDistinguished Revival of a MusicalThe Color PurpleDistinguished Revival of a PlayA View from the Bridge Lin-Manuel Miranda in ‘Hamilton'(Photo: Joan Marcus) View Comments
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A Queens teenager was arrested in Baldwin on Friday and charged in a string of burglaries that took place over the course of a month, while two other teens, both from Baldwin, were also taken into custody in connection with the case, Nassau County police said.The first of five alleged burglaries occurred on Dec. 11 when 17-year-old Courtney Cross of College Point, Queens went to a house on Washington Street in Baldwin and rang the front door bell, police said. When no one answered he allegedly entered the house through a back window and walked away with jewelry and electronics, police said.Six days later, Cross made his way inside a home on Jeffrey Drive through an open window, police said, and allegedly took a handbag, GPS, liquor, an iPad, camera and a video game system.On Jan. 7, police said Cross returned to the home of the first burglary but wasn’t able to get inside the house.He allegedly struck again four days later at a home on Hastings Street but was scared away by a 27-year-old man who confronted Cross inside the house, police said.And then on Jan. 17, Cross and a 16-year-old Baldwin resident went to a house on Iris Lane and when no one answered he kicked in the back door and allegedly grabbed jewelry, fur coats and a laptop, police said. The 16-year-old remained outside during the incident, police said.Police caught up with Cross on Friday in Baldwin and placed him under arrest. The 16-year-old from the previous day’s burglary was apprehended later in the day.During the investigation, police said the 16-year-old’s brother, Nathaniel Marcelin, 19, allegedly concealed and attempted to dispose of items from the burglaries. He was also taken into custody and charged with tampering with physical evidence.Cross was charged with five counts of burglary. The other teen was charged with second-degree burglary and criminal possession of stolen property.They will all be arraigned on Saturday.
On April 29, 2018 at approximately 5:30 PM, the Lauderhill Police Department and the Lauderhill Fire Department responded to 3279 La Mirage Drive regarding a 911 call of an unresponsive child found floating in the pool.When Police and Rescue Units arrived on scene they immediately began administering CPR to a 3 year-old female child. The child was transported to Plantation General Hospital where doctors were unable to save her. The child died as a result of the drowning. Initial reports are that the child was at the community pool with the parents and other children. Another child made the adults aware of the 3 year-old floating in the water and the adults pulled the child out and called 911. That child was subsequently identified as Angelique Pache. According to the Lauderhill Police detectives continue to investigate the circumstances related to the child’s death.
ANTONIO RUDIGER claims he was made to feel like a “monkey” and a “liar” after Tottenham and the police dropped an investigation into alleged racist chants against him.The Chelsea centre-back launched a searing indictment of the probe’s results and revealed its devastating personal effects.3 Chelsea star Antonio Rudiger looks on in the infamous match at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in December when he reported racist chantsCredit: Reuters3 Referee Anthony Tayor pointed out to players where the alleged racial abuse came fromCredit: AFP or licensorsRudiger complained of abuse during Chelsea’s 2-0 away win last December but Spurs insist “extensive reviews” of CCTV and help from lip readers failed to uncover the chants.Now Rudiger says he is dumbfounded and sickened by the outcome as “racism won”.The Germany star, 27, told Der Spiegel: “I ask myself, ‘how is it possible that nobody of the 60,000 people in this stadium realised anything about it?'”So, I stand there [accused] as a liar. I have the feeling that I’m expected to shut my mouth. But I have a message: I won’t do that.”I felt as if I wasn’t a human being, but an animal. A monkey.”I think if you haven’t lived such situations you can’t imagine how I felt. Against Tottenham I felt incredibly lonely.”I told Harry Kane ‘you don’t have to apologise’. But he wanted to do it as a sign that his club doesn’t think like that.Antonio RudigerRudiger also said Tottenham striker Harry Kane apologised to him afterwards.He added: “I was grateful for the gesture from the England captain.”I said, ‘it’s absolutely not your fault, you don’t have to apologise’.”But he wanted to do it as a sign that his club doesn’t think like that.”Tottenham have always insisted they “fully support” Rudiger’s actions but could find no evidence to support the allegations.Many Spurs fans, however, booed him as Chelsea won the Premier League return 2-1 at Stamford Bridge a fortnight ago.After finally halting their investigation, Tottenham said: “The club and the Metropolitan Police have now exhausted all avenues of investigation.3 Rudiger made a monkey gesture during the game at Tottenham in DecemberCredit: PA:Press Associationmost read in footballTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’ExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidNEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticMAKE YOUR DEBUT Bet £5 get £20 in free bets for new customers at Ladbrokes”There is no evidence to corroborate or contradict the allegation and as such neither ourselves nor the police are in a position to take any further action.”We are fiercely proud of our anti-racism work and our zero tolerance of any form of discrimination.“This is one reason why we have attributed so much time and resource to investigating this matter.”Antonio Rüdiger accuses Spurs fan of making monkey chants after Son sent off for kicking Chelsea ace