Sting on His First Performance in The Last Ship: ‘No Major Car Crashes’

first_img View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 24, 2015 What is it like to star in a Broadway show after only two rehearsals? Well, if you’re Sting, it feels like being “thrown down an elevator shaft,” but he didn’t let his nerves affect him. The Grammy winner spoke with Variety after his first performance as shipbuilder Jackie White in his musical The Last Ship on December 9, 2014: “I kept thinking, ‘What’s the next song? What do I have to say next? What am I wearing?’” Luckily, Sting reports there were “no major car crashes,” and he received a warm welcome from the cheering crowd. Check out this Hot Shot of Sting’s first night in The Last Ship, then see him live through January 10, 2015 at the Neil Simon Theatre! The Last Ship Related Showslast_img read more

Wildcats Whitewash Trojans

first_imgFranklin County snapped a 2 game losing streak with a 12-0 win over East Central in 5 innings.FC started early with an 8 run 1st inning, highlighted by a 2-run home run by Jake Fields. In the 3rd, the Wildcats tacked on 4 more runs which would lead to the 12-0 final score.All 9 Wildcat starters came around to score in the game. Blake Ripperger led the Wildcats with 3 hits as well as earning the 5 inning shutout on the mound. 5 Wildcats had multi-hit games and 7 Wildcats contributed at least one RBI.last_img read more