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  1. samahova90

    20.10.2019 at 05:40

    She is deserve 🇮🇶🇮🇶❤️❤️🕊🕊

  2. hudabeautynumber1

    20.10.2019 at 05:40

    You’re the most deserving one❤️❤️ you’re fire show the world what they are missing🔥

  3. hudabeautynumber1

    20.10.2019 at 05:40

    KUEEN KATTAANNN❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  4. glamwithnimra_hudafeed

    20.10.2019 at 05:40

    So proud of her 💖💖

  5. avemdeparadiso

    20.10.2019 at 05:40

    Huda indianka???

  6. hudabeauty_army

    20.10.2019 at 05:40

    You go QUEEN 👑

  7. hudabeauty_army

    20.10.2019 at 05:40

    THE QUEEN 👑

  8. hudabeauty_army

    20.10.2019 at 05:40

    You go QUEEN 👑

  9. hudabeauty_army

    20.10.2019 at 05:40

    THE QUEEN 👑

  10. sweetsugar08

    20.10.2019 at 05:40

    So proud 😭♥️💘

  11. hudabeauty_army

    20.10.2019 at 05:40

    THE QUEEN 👑

  12. ghezalsempire

    20.10.2019 at 05:40

    So proud of you Queen♥️♥️♥️ you make me TREMENDOUSLY PROUD TO BE A WOMAN😭😍😍😍

  13. gona_01

    20.10.2019 at 05:40

    😍😍😍😍😍

  14. saniyafathima28

    20.10.2019 at 05:40

    She deserves the world ❤️

  15. zayybeauty

    20.10.2019 at 05:40

    She deserves more than this❤️ love her to pieces❤️

  16. medusabeautyy

    20.10.2019 at 05:40

    YEAS BABY THIS IS MY EVERYTHING 😍😍😍😍❤️❤️❤️❤️ I LOVE SO MUCH BABY !!!

  17. noah_abdullah_makeuplife

    20.10.2019 at 05:40

    OMG soooo proud 🙌🏻

  18. fashion_kattan

    20.10.2019 at 05:40

    THEE QUEEN❤️

  19. hanin77786

    20.10.2019 at 05:40

    Well deserved 😍😍😍😍❤️

  20. devika_kamat23

    20.10.2019 at 05:40

    @huda 😍🙌🏼you deserve this

  21. hudabeauty_radar

    20.10.2019 at 05:40

    Omg … so proud of u @huda .. u friggin deserve this and so much more !!!!

  22. noora_habeeb

    20.10.2019 at 05:40

    ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ CONGRATULATIONS @hudabeauty @huda

  23. f.v.heer26

    20.10.2019 at 05:40

    Massive congrats to @huda

  24. eepsitabanik

    20.10.2019 at 05:40

    Bow down! Anyday! @huda @kayali @hudabeauty ❤️🌸

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For Kyle Soller, Each Performance of The Inheritance Comes With an Aftershock

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How does one go about memorizing 400 pages of dialogue? Even after a year and a half, Kyle Soller still doesn’t know. The 36-year-old debuted the role of Eric Glass in The Inheritance on the West End last year, and now is playing him on Broadway. We spoke recently after another long weekend of performances: “I don’t really remember yesterday at all,” he said. “I feel like I’m in an aftershock.”

The Inheritance, written by Matthew Lopez (The Whipping Man) and directed by Stephen Daldry (The Crown) has been lauded as the best play of the year—and perhaps even the century. The play, which is performed in two parts and comes to a running time at nearly seven hours total (don’t worry—mixed nuts and chocolate bars are sold at the concession), is a beautiful, gripping, and complex feat, in which the lives of present-day New York City–based gay men are layered with those who lived and lost during the AIDS crisis. The play is based on E.M. Forster’s Howards End, and touches upon the idea of inheritance—both material and spiritual. The impact is devastating; in his New York Times review Ben Brantley wrote of the end of part one, “I challenge any theatergoer with a heart not to cry.”

Soller has lived in London since graduating from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in 2008. Two years ago he got a call to audition for The Inheritance, but there was a problem: The script was 400 pages, and the audition was the very next day. “I was like, Do they do midnight auditions?” he says. “I started reading the script and didn’t finish it until I was on the tube going to the theater…. Once I started reading, it was so compulsive and I knew I’d never read anything like it before. There was something instantly so unique, profound, hilarious, and moving…. I got four hours of sleep that night.”

He was the first person cast in The Inheritance, and stayed with the play when it moved from the Young Vic to the West End in 2018. The Inheritance was a hit at the Olivier Awards, winning best new play, director, lighting design, and Soller winning best actor, as well as the Critics’ Circle Theatre Awards, nabbing best new play, director, and another win for Soller. The actor, who was one of two original actors who moved from London to the Broadway opening this month, recognizes the weighty message at the heart of the play, and how much it has meant to audiences. “Matthew’s play really asks, What is the inherited responsibility that we owe toward the younger generation coming up, and how can we bring these two generations together to forge a better future?”

Eric Glass is the central figure of The Inheritance, the idealist who surrounds himself with friends who are vibrant and interesting because he doesn’t see himself in that same way. “I really admire Eric. He has a level of altruism that I think is very enviable and I don’t know if it’s entirely possible in the modern world that we live in,” Soller said. “He receives a lot of pain and grief, but has an incredibly positive outlook on life. You don’t find many central characters who are really trying to be good.”

To put it bluntly, playing Eric Glass for a year and a half—and that’s even before the Broadway premiere—has taken over Soller’s life. He even dreams as Eric Glass. “It’s all-consuming, and it kind of has to be—it’s so fast and so huge,” he says of the material, which Lopez and Daldry have been known to work and rework even up until opening night. Soller is still learning how to shake off the heaviness at the end of a performance. “I have to take a shower after the shows, just to kind of wash it away…but I haven’t found a fixed thing that really works. The undertaking of this is a physical and emotional journey that I’ve never experienced before. Coupled with that are the people who we meet after the show at the stage door who tell us about their own journeys of survival. That kind of emotional heaviness is something I’m still trying to find a way to let go of.”

But Soller isn’t too concerned about that. “We’re learning more horrible truths every day from our newsfeeds, but a play about love, acceptance, trust, being honest, and looking to your fellow humans to create a better future for each other and honoring your past and learning from your mistakes to create a better world for each other is the kind of fucking play we need right now.”

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Classical Music

1 Church Sonata in C Major, K. 328 00:00
Ensemble della Basilica Autarena, Marcello Scandelli

2 Divertimento in D Major, K. 136 «Salzburg Symphony No. 1»
II. Andante 04:16
III. Presto 07:54
3 Divertimento in F Major, K. 138 «Salzburg Symphony No. 3»
II. Andante 09:45
III. Presto 12:31
Metamorphose String Orchestra, Pavel Lyubomudrov

4 Lucio Silla, K. 135: Ouverture
I. Molto allegro 14:30
II. Andante 18:14
III. Molto allegro 21:01
5 Lo Sposo Deluso, K. 430: Ouverture 22:41
Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina, Giuseppe Lanzetta

6 Le Nozze di Figaro
Non più andrai, farfallone amoroso (instrumental) 30:18
Voi che sapete (Instrumental) 33:35
National Moldavian Symphony Orchestra, Silvano Frontalini

7 Bastien und Bastienne, K. 50: Ouverture 35:48
Opole Philharmonic Orchestra, Werner Stiefel

8 Don Giovanni: Madamina, il catalogo è questo (instrumental) 37:46
National Moldavian Symphony Orchestra, Silvano Frontalini

9 Piano Concerto No. 21 in C Major, K. 467
I. Allegro maestoso 43:07
II. Andante 57:37
III. Allegro vivace assai 1:04:54
Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina, Giuseppe Lanzetta, Jörg Demus

10 Flute and Harp Concerto in C Major, K. 299
I. Allegro 1:11:41
II. Andantino 1:22:09
III. Rondò. Allegro 1:30:18
Opole Philarmonic Orchestra, Silvano Frontalini, Ursula Mazurek

11 Rondò in D Major, K. 485 1:40:51
12 Piano Sonata No. 12 in F Major, K. 332
I. Allegro 1:47:33
II. Adagio 1:55:01
III. Allegro assai 2:00:34
Vadim Chaimovich

13 Divertimento in B-Flat Major, K. 254
I. Allegro assai 2:06:07
II. Adagio 2:10:30
III. Rondò. Tempo di minuetto 2:16:22
Carlo Balzaretti, Carlo Parazzoli, Jakob Alexander Ludwig

14 Church Sonata in C Major, K. 336 2:22:40
Ensemble della Basilica Autarena, Marcello Scandelli

15 Exsultate, Jubilate, K. 165: Allegro. Alleluja 2:37:12
Juliana Lubova, Inna Kamarian

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