Tuesday, September 13, 2011

NEWS ROUNDUP: Hillary B. Smith To Star In "Any Given Monday", Hayes Return To DAYS

Hillary B. Smith & Paul Michael Valley to star in "Any Given Monday" at 59E59
Smith will star in the New York premiere of Bruce Graham's "Any Given Monday," to be presented at 59E59 Theaters, October 6-November 6, with an opening on October 12. Bud Martin will direct. Former ANOTHER WORLD star Paul Michael Valley is also in the cast.

In the play, Lenny's wife leaves him for a smooth-talking lothario. While Lenny consoles himself with pizza and Monday Night Football, his best friend Mick takes matters into his own hands. Now Lenny must decide what he will stand up for and who he will stand up to.

Iranian TV Bans Shirtless Men, Provocative Love Stories
The ban, instituted at the urging of Islamic religious leaders, also discourages showing men and women mingling in the workplace.

Susan and Bill Hayes Return to DAYS OF OUR LIVES on Sept. 23
"It's nothing hugely important but it's a charming set of shows and I was very happy to be doing them. We laugh it up for a few lines here and there and go through old pictures and stuff like that to remind the audience of who the Hortons were. And we'll be singing together which is rather hilarious."

Former NEIGHBOURS star Jesse Spencer has beefed up since his days as Billy Kennedy
Spencer found fame in the U.S. starring with Hugh Laurie in HOUSE.

Adam Robertson joins Scottish soap RIVER CITY
In his first scenes, which will be broadcast on Tuesday, October 4, Robertson’s character goes into partnership with Dr Michael Goldie at Shieldinch Health Clinic. Dr Hunter is a recovering alcoholic with his history playing a big part in his storyline.

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