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“I would only give my time to something that really mattered to me,” she says. “I’m not interested in being in the movies for movies’ sake.”. But Daniels was persistent. He had sought Winfrey for the role Macy Gray ended up playing in 2009’s “Precious” (Winfrey became a producer) and several other projects. “It was hard,” Daniels says of the pursuit. “I was looking for something to do with her, and I kept telling her: ‘You have got to come back to work,’ because she was magnificent in ‘The Color Purple.’ I wanted it selfishly for myself. I wanted to see her on the screen.”.

Hannahlei was considered to be among the front-runners from early on in the season, receiving consistent praise from the judges, She, in fact, was never among the dancers at risk of elimination when weekly results were announced, — yumi p (@bloowind) September 11, 2018, With her victory, Hannahlei captures the show’s $250,000 cash prize, She will also be featured on the cover of Dance Spirit and gets a role in Fox’s upcoming live musical of “Rent.”, Before host Cat Deeley announced the results, “SYTYCD” took viewers through some of the season’s most memorable routines, with each finalist and each judge choosing a duet that they’d like to see performed again, Among the dances that got an encore: Hannahlei and Cole’s cha-cha, Jensen and Jay Jay’s hip-hop and ballet leotards wellington Darius’ sterling, LGBT-focused contemporary piece with all-star Taylor Sieve..

Pittsburg theater presents ‘Mulan’. PITTSBURG — Pittsburg Community Theater will present the musical “Mulan,” featuring more than 40 local student performers and songs from the Disney production of the same name. This classic tale depicts the story of a young girl who protects her elderly father by disguising herself as a boy and joining the army, after an invasion by the Huns. Additionally, there will be a one-act performance written by a local 10-year-old boy called “Operation: Coming Home,” which shows how kids deal with having family members who are deployed. Performances are 8 p.m. Friday and 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Tickets are $10 for children 11 and under, $15 for children 12 and younger and $25 for adults. Tickets are available at the California Theatre Box Office, 351 Railroad Ave. in Pittsburg, by phone at 925-427-1611 or online at

9 LINDSEY RENEE DERRY: The Izzie Award-winning Concord dancer and choreographer, who performs under the moniker Linsdans, is back in the Bay Area following a teaching/dancing residency in Bulgaria and set to deliver the U.S, premiere of her latest solo work, “Would_She,” which she describes as being “about a ballet leotards wellington feeling and more particularly, the chase of it,” and which will involve her trademark intense theatricality and alter-ego costumes, Details: 8 p.m, May 7-8; Joe Goode Annex, San Francisco; $15-$35;

‘Can You Ever Forgive Me’. This biographical drama — it’s based on the memoir by writer Lee Israel — has Melissa McCarthy portraying a woman who, when her career stalls, starts selling letters she writes but claims were penned by great deceased scribes. When that starts to land her in hot water, Lee has another trick up her sleeve. Richard E. Grant co-stars as Lee’s friend Jack. ‘The Hate U Give’. Based on the young-adult novel by Angie Thomas, “The Hate U Give” centers on young black woman Starr (Amandla Stenberg) who lives between worlds: the nice, mostly white prep school she attends and her mostly black neighborhood. Her life is turned upside down when she witness the killing of a friend, a young black male, by white police officers. Regina King and Russell Hornsby, who shared screen time in memorable scenes as parents dealing with a tragedy on Netflix’s “Seven Seconds,” portray Starr’s parents in this film from “Barbershop” director George Tillman Jr.