View Comments Tom, Smash Jimmy Smith, Thoroughly Modern Millie Something Rotten! Emmett Forrest, Legally Blonde Pirelli, Sweeney Todd Bert, Mary Poppins Black Stache, Peter and the Starcatcher Max, The Sound of Music Live! Christian Borle is killin’ it. Currently starring as the Bard in Something Rotten!, the Tony winner has two additional leading roles lined up for the 2016-2017 Broadway season. As previously reported, he will play Marvin in Falsettos in the fall as well as the golden-ticket holder Willy Wonka in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory in the spring. Theater fans are stoked to start seeing double the Borle in the next Main Stem season, but before that happens, we wanted to recall his stints of the stage and screen that have had us cheering louder than Shakespeare’s most dedicated groupies. Check out your top 10 fave Christian Borle roles below! Shakespeare, Something Rotten! Prince Herbert, Spamalot Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 1, 2017 Related Shows Smee, Peter Pan Live!
Tweet 24 Views no discussions Share FaithLifestyleLocalNews Bishop Malzaire admonishes Dominican public to change their lifestyle by: – September 19, 2011 Share His Lordship Bishop Gabriel Malzaire. Photo credit: dioceaseofroseau.orgBishop of Roseau his Lordship Gabriel Malzaire is calling for a change in life style among the Dominican public. Bishop Malzaire believes that the prevalence of HIV/Aids and other STD’s will continue to escalate if drastic measures are not taken. He says the Catholic Church will continue to advocate for a change in lifestyle among the population. “There is a certain advocacy that the Church has and the kind of advocacy that we have is in the area of prevention. What style of life aught we to live in other prevent it or curb this,” he said.He said HIV/AIDS is by and large a lifestyle disease.“What we proclaim and teach is lifestyle issues. We know that it is not easy as I am saying because people are relating to people. Especially with couples, especially the unfaithful partners of the couple. Things happen and without any knowledge or understanding of what’s happening, some other member of the couple can contract the disease,” he added.Bishop Malzaire said the church has been doing its best to deal with the matter.“The church has been speaking of the disease and its prevention, especially in the area of abstinence. It also talks about having respect for your family. This is the key,” Malzaire said.Dominica Vibes News Sharing is caring! Share