Hamilton boss hires Barty’s ‘mental coach’ to pass lockdown
“Then she got in touch with Ben Crowe, and Ben did an amazing job with her, and Ben said ‘let’s tell the world what you wanna do, let’s tell the world how you’re going to do it, and let’s live the dream’. And the difference he made to his life and his tennis is just amazing.
There is no doubt that Cassel is hoping for similar results with his own cast and crew, though even Crowe will struggle to find a silver lining for Hamilton’s investors, who invested millions of dollars to bring the Broadway hit to Sydney.
Cassel also had to overcome the Melbourne lockdowns which created major upheavals for its Harry Potter and the Cursed Child show off and hit his box office receipts.
It costs over $ 750,000 per week to present shows on a scale of Hamilton and Harry potter. Cassel says the productions could only be feasible and make money for its investors if they continued to sell out, which, given the huge demand the two shows generated, was not inconceivable.
However, what the ability will look like after the lockdown is unclear is unclear, and that’s one of Cassel’s biggest fears in the long run, given Hamilton is due to move to Melbourne next March.
Mock auctions, professional actors pretending to be buyers and attention-seeking socialites clamoring for extra roles: it all adds up to Sydney’s most recent and guilty TV fun, Luxury Ads.
In fact, pretty much the only genuine thing happening in the Sydney real estate horror show on Amazon Prime is the extraordinarily inflated ego that is on display.
PS’s Favorite Pocket Real Estate Prince Gavin Rubinstein, whom this column previously revealed was officially “advertised” as “in the building” to enthusiastic applause from his fellow officers at the open houses, is certainly drawing attention. So also his sworn enemy By Leanne Lewis.
But PS hears that all is not what it seems, like the great Vaucluse auction fiasco of episode four, which was completely pieced together with the addition of professional actors, presumably for greater dramatic effect. . However, PS suspects that a lack of signed release forms could also be at play, thwarting the use of footage from the actual drama of the auction that occurred.
Prestige agent Michel pallier even participated in the stunt auction, recreating his glee when he sold for $ 24.6 million for Australian-Chinese millennials.
Perhaps the producers could look beyond the Sydney waterfront for next season’s drama.
The PS had previously reported on the acting AVO police on behalf of the former NSW minister and National Party vice chairman Katrina hodgkinson against her ex-husband, renowned Southern Highlands real estate agent Jack Saeck.
Along with the AVO, court records show that Saeck, of Berrima, has been charged with intimidation and two counts of destruction or damage to property.
Saeck, who is pleading not guilty, is accused of damaging numerous cups and glassware in a nighttime incident last November. A month later, he allegedly damaged personal items, including cosmetics belonging to the victim.
To make matters even more intriguing, Hodgkinson and Saeck still live on the same rural property in separate accommodation.
A hearing is scheduled at the local court in Moss Vale on November 26.
Another week of lockdown and another round of frowning social media feeds (or at least those that can still move) across the city.
However, PS is baffled by the seemingly disproportionate number of Sydney socialites who have posted anti-vaxxer messages on Instagram and Facebook, complaining about their right not to inject anything “foreign” into their bodies, and yet are just too happy to have their heads full of Botox and fillers. Weird.
At least the Russian heiress has become the dean of football for Sydney FC Alina barlow is using her Instagram feed to good effect, posting from the aft deck of her super yacht in Sydney Harbor last week. And no, she wasn’t on COVID patrol at her neighbors’ waterfront mansions. She informed PS that it was a family fishing trip, which “was a permitted activity when we checked.”
With a stiff voddy or a glass of champagne in one hand and his phone and his light halo in the other, old-fashioned Real Sydney Housewives Star Krissy Marais transformed into the Dalai Lama of Dover Heights.
She’s been busy posting videos every night offering wise words of wisdom ranging from her newfound loathing for Instagram filters (oh the irony) and lamenting the plight of today’s babies in their twenties, who are no longer able to travel around the world. Really heartbreaking stuff.
But maybe the best food belongs to the trendy hairdresser Brad Ngata, who has uploaded a seemingly endless array of disco songs shot and performed in full costume under a giant mirror ball suspended in his Blue Mountains retreat to lift the spirits of his celebrity clients who are faced with the terrible truth of the Grays and frizz.
The struggle is real, people.
Regional festival of Hemmes
Billionaire baron baron Justin hemmes says he “followed all the rules” after pictures of him appeared playing his dad in Byron Bay last weekend with his young daughters and current model girlfriend Madeline Holtznagel.
Hemmes revealed he had been away from Sydney for more than four weeks and spent two weeks in isolation at Narooma after being told he was close contact of a COVID case. Sydney entered custody during his isolation in the hamlet on the south coast, where he is currently seizing property, preventing his return. Instead, he flew to Byron Bay where he is also working on big expansion plans.
Meanwhile, Hemmes’ seaplane has become a regular visitor to Narooma, often spotted by locals landing on nearby Lake Coruña. However, Hemmes said he was not on board during a pop-up visit last weekend.
A $ 10,000 essential
Maybe for some a $ 10,000 Louis Vuitton bag is an “essential,” but you should plan your trip before entering the George Street luxury goods hypermarket, which continues to trade during the lockdown. by offering reservations “by appointment only”.
It’s the same deal down the road at the Dior boutique, while Tiffany & Co is only open to customers who have already purchased an item and are picking it up, with five-minute delays for customers who aren’t. allowed only one at a time with strict “no navigation” rules.
David Jones continues to negotiate, although his rival Myer has shut down in response to Sydney’s stay-at-home orders.
Hermès, Chanel, Prada and Armani have all closed their stores.
What traffic jams? While it’s not clear how all of this bodes well for her campaign for the role of Governor of California, but the world’s most famous trans woman, Caitlyn Jenner, is a part of Kardashian after all, so TV’s allure. -reality should not be underestimated. Jenner is due to arrive in Sydney this weekend and will be quarantined for a fortnight before becoming one of the stars of the Big Brother VIP series being filmed at Sydney Olympic Park.