CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — We have another Sole Survivor. Cedar Rapids police investigator Sarah Lacina used her training and instincts to win $1 million on “Survivor: Game Changers.”“It was an epic win,” host Jeff Probst said as cheers erupted when every vote for her was announced in the Season 34 finale last night on CBS-TV.
Looks can be deceiving. As the star of Revival Theatre Company’s upcoming production of “Victor/Victoria,” Nina Swanson will be playing a woman pretending to be a man pretending to be a woman, in the story of a down-and-out singer who becomes the toast of the Paris cabaret scene as a female impersonator. The musical, based on the 1982 movie starring Julie Andrews, runs from June 1 to 4 in the Dows Fine Arts Center at Coe College in Cedar Rapids.
Sole Survivor Sarah Lacina “hates” the million-dollar question, because she said her answer is “boring.”“We’re not going to do anything with it,” she said the morning after being named the big winner on “Survivor: Game Changers.” Season 34 of the enduring CBS-TV test of physical and mental endurance played out last summer on a remote island in Fiji, but the winner wasn’t announced until Wednesday night. “I think we’re gonna build a home and put money away for retirement.