Current heavyweight boxing contender Lucas Browne began in MMA and told Sky Sports: "I fought Daniel Cormier, who [became] the UFC champion, which was a wake-up call that I couldn't wrestle or kick. That was a turning point for me." … [Read more...] about Dillian Whyte vs Francis Ngannou? When boxing meets MMA…
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And I’m doing The Present, and every day I’m listening to more things the audience is saying, and trying to understand how this new interaction works, because it’s a learning curve. We are all learning how to perform in this new medium, and what impact it’s going to have on my live shows is just too far off to start thinking about right now. It will happen naturally, for sure, and even if there’s not a direct application of what I’ve learned, it will have an impact on who I am as a person and therefore who I am as a performer and a creator. But I’m not thinking about that right now. … [Read more...] about Coping With COVID-19 Crisis: ‘The Present’ Sleight-Of-Hand Artist Helder Guimarães Transforms Homebound Audiences Into Awestruck Assistants
Picture it: you have multiple boxes on one screen and you are dividing your attention among all of them, noticing their facial expressions, the tone of their voice, their backgrounds. Your shoulders naturally hunch forward, and you lean in to the screen. If you are multitasking, with other apps running in the background, you are over-stimulated. Every time there is silence, you are worried whether it is a natural lull or a glitch at your end. … [Read more...] about Tired of video calls? You’re not alone
She said the firm has the ability to move water around its grid network to fulfil demand, but she also asked household to help conserve supplies. The firm has asked its three million households to voluntarily cut their water usage, urging people to turn the taps off when brushing their teeth. … [Read more...] about Britain braces for hottest day of year with temperatures set to hit 82F – so will people REALLY wait until Monday to meet up for barbecues?
Shakman has been running theater companies since age 25 and, despite his range of interests, clearly feels rooted to the theater — hence, his support for The Present. Still, given his eclectic tastes, the new directions of a re-invented Hollywood also stir his interest. There’s an abundance of prospective “Huzzahs” hidden in the still undiscovered landscape. … [Read more...] about Peter Bart: Director Matt Shakman Delivers Artistic Wake-Up Calls Worthy Of The Great Reopening