Tony winner Mark Rylance and Broadway alum Damian Lewis will soon be seen in the upcoming television adaptation of Wolf Hall. View Comments Wolf Hall Part One Reprising their performances from the London production will be Ben Miles as Cromwell, Nathaniel Parker as Henry VIII and Lydia Leonard as Anne Boleyn. Further casting will be announced later. Show Closed This production ended its run on July 5, 2015 Related Shows The plays had their RSC premiere at Stratford ‘s Swan Theatre before transferring to the West End’s Aldwych Theatre. They chronicle the rise and fall of Thomas Cromwell from blacksmith’s boy to Henry VIII’s right-hand-man. The speculation has proven true and the critically acclaimed U.K. stage adaptations of Hilary Mantel’s award-winning and best-selling novels Wolf Hall and its sequel Bring Up The Bodies will play the Winter Garden Theatre on Broadway this season. Penned by Mike Poulton and directed by Jeremy Herrin, the Royal Shakespeare Company productions will play in repertory re-named as Wolf Hall: Parts 1 & 2. The shows will begin previews on March 20, 2015 and officially open on April 9.
Broadway Balances America View Comments Signed, sealed, delivered—this episode is yours! Broadway Balances America, a special six-part series airing on The Balancing Act on Lifetime Television, returns on November 18 with an exclusive look at Motown The Musical. Tune in as The Balancing Act takes viewers behind the scenes of the smash hit musical with director Charles Randolph-Wright and some of the cast members from the Broadway tuner to find out what it takes to be a Supreme on stage.In the episode, correspondent Amber Milt goes backstage to learn what it’s like to transform into a Supreme at Motown The Musical. Milt meets up with cast and crew, including Krystal Joy Brown, who plays the legendary Diana Ross, to talk beaded dresses and work-life balance. She also speaks with Randolph-Wright, to gain his insights on how Motown music changed the world, costume designer Emilio Sosa, who gives his take on how clothing influences attitude, and wig/hair Supervisor Heather Wright, who shows Milt how wigs are an integral part of the transformation.Featuring more than 40 classic hits such as “My Girl” and “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” Motown The Musical tells the story behind the hits as Diana, Smokey, Berry and the whole Motown family fight against the odds to create the soundtrack of change in America. Motown shattered barriers, shaped our lives and made us all move to the same beat.The Broadway production of Motown The Musical will close at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre on January 18, 2015, but the box office-busting show is now on tour across the country.
Art. V glitch bill in the works A bill to fix remaining problems — including a ticklish dispute between chief circuit judges and court clerks — with the legislature’s taking over more funding of trial courts has cleared a key committee in the Florida Legislature.HB 1935, drafted in the House Judiciary Committee, cleared the Justice Appropriation Committee on April 15 and was sent to the House Justice Council.“The House bill has some language that addresses the implementation issues that have arisen between the courts and the clerks of court,” said State Courts Administrator Lisa Goodner. “They are creating language that allowed the chief judge, after consultation with the clerk, to determine the priority of services provided to the courts by the clerks.“There is also language that if for some reason a clerk feels it is not appropriate to continue a certain service, they cannot discontinue that service without the agreement of the chief judge or without a year’s notice to the court, so the court has an opportunity to go to the legislature to request funding.”That language is a result of judges’ saying they have little control over clerks when they perform their court-supporting functions and in some cases that was affecting operation of the courts.An amendment to the Rules of Judicial Administration was proposed last year to address that, but the Board of Governors in August refused to endorse it after some lawmakers advised it was a matter best left to the legislature. The committee ultimately did not send the rule amendment to the Supreme Court.Other parts of the bill, according to sponsor Rep. David Simmons, R-Alamonte Springs, address other problems that have come up, including determining indigency for people seeking public defenders or to waive filing and court fees.Other changes include giving clerks another year, until 2007, to remove Social Security numbers from public court records, repealing the Indigency Services Advisory Board, and allowing the payment of experts when they are appointed by the court.Rep. Jack Seiler, D-Pompano Beach, said he was working on an amendment to allow partial payment for private attorneys appointed as defense counsel so they won’t have to wait until the end of a long case before they receive any compensation. He said that would be offered at a later date.Rep. J.C. Planas, R-Miami, said he hoped the bill would be amended later to change the penalty for lying on an indigency application from a misdemeanor to a felony.“It’s one thing to have someone commit a crime, but then to use our money and our taxpayers’ money when they have adequate means. . . that’s pretty despicable,” he said. Measure also deals with dispute between clerks and chief judges Art. V glitch bill in the works May 1, 2005 Regular News
David Luiz is set to become a key part of Arsenal’s defence (AMA/Getty Images)Paul Merson believes Unai Emery is working towards playing a three-man defence at Arsenal following the arrivals of David Luiz and Kieran Tierney.Luiz was a surprise signing from Chelsea on deadline day, while the Gunners also strengthened their left-back by landing Tierney from Celtic in a £25 million deal.Tierney is currently injured while Luiz was an unused substitute in Arsenal’s 1-0 victory over Newcastle United at St James’ Park on Sunday.But Merson believes both players will eventually become a key part of Emery’s system at Arsenal.ADVERTISEMENT‘When you’re looking at them and you’re naming them players, I wouldn’t be surprised if he started going to a three at the back,’ Merson said on Sky Sports’ ‘The Debate’ show. Advertisement Comment Paul Merson tips Unai Emery to play a three-man defence with David Luiz at Arsenal Kieran Tierney joined Arsenal in a £25m deal from Celtic (Getty Images)‘Play them two and David Luiz in the middle of them.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘He can come out and play, you’ve got Tierney playing as one wing-back.‘I think it suits all of the defenders.‘If you have three centre-halves playing there it gives all of them something to fall back on.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘If Tierney can get forward he can play, so he’ll want to get forward.‘They’ll want to bomb forward down the other side and they can score goals.‘I’m looking forward to Arsenal this season. I was quite impressed [against Newcastle], I was quite impressed.‘It was a hard game, going to Newcastle, first game of the season, a couple of new players.‘For me it was comfortable and [Pierre-Emerick] Aubameyang what a goal, what a goal.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 13 Aug 2019 10:08 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link Advertisement
SMART LNG, a joint venture of Russia’s majors Sovcomflot and Novatek, signed an agreement with compatriot development corporation VEB.RF Group for lease financing of four Arc7 icebreaking LNG carriers intended for the Arctic LNG 2 project.In addition, SMART LNG signed long-term time charter agreements for these tankers with Arctic LNG 2 LLC, a Russian based limited company focusing on the Arctic LNG 2 Project, the second large onshore conventional natural gas project led by gas major Novatek on the Gydan Peninsula.The four vessels will be constructed at Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex in the Russian Far East and the construction process will be supervised by the Russian Maritime Register of Shipping (RS). Once completed, the ships will sail under the Russian flag.The Russian shipping company SCF said that the design of the series draws upon the experience of operating Christophe de Margerie, the world’s first icebreaking LNG carrier, introduced in 2017.As explained, the insight from operating Christophe de Margerie led to the integration of various advanced engineering solutions into the design.“These will provide the new ships with higher icebreaking capabilities and maneuverability, when operating in the challenging conditions across both the Western and the Eastern sectors of the Russian Arctic, compared with Arc7 gas carriers serving the Yamal LNG project,” SCF added.The deal comes on the heels of financing and long-term time charter agreements for the lead vessel in this series signed by SCF back in October 2019.Sovcomflot and Novatek agreed to establish SMART LNG LLC in September 2019, its aim being to own and operate a fleet of LNG carriers serving the Arctic LNG 2 projects, as well as other current and prospective Novatek projects.
Loading… Aston Villa goalkeeper Pepe Reina has said he believes he has been suffering from the new coronavirus. Reina, who joined Villa on loan from AC Milan in January, was unable to take a test but says doctors considered his symptoms to be consistent with COVID-19. Spanish goalkeeper Pepe Reina joined Aston Villa on loan from AC Milan in January “They don’t give you a test here unless you’re feeling really ill,” Reina told Spanish radio station Cope on Tuesday. “I spoke with doctors and the symptoms I had were consistent with this (the virus) but there was no official confirmation. “It was a different sort of week as I had to take precautions to avoid infecting those living with me.”Advertisement Promoted ContentBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?Couples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way6 Best Supercars In Movies You’ll Dream To Drive At Least Once9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By OdeithBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made9 Iconic Roles That Got Rejected By World Famous Actors7 Facts About Black Holes That Will Blow Your MindRihanna Is Getting Her Own Museum In Barbados10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do10 Body Features That Are Extremely Rare But Very Remarkable Read Also: Pep Guardiola donates €1m to fight coronavirus in Spain Reina, who has 36 caps for Spain and won the World Cup with his country in 2010, said his concern was more for people living in difficult conditions. “We are very privileged people,” said the former Liverpool goalkeeper. “We have a big house with a garden. “I think of the people who live in a 70-metres-squared apartment with two children. For me they are the people showing a lot of strength.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
MANILA – The national government’s Inter-agency Task Force on Emerging Infectious Diseases has changed its mind yet again. * Essential sectors such as agriculture, forestry, fisheries, food business, hospitals, and clinics are allowed to operate. On Wednesday, May 13, Interior and Local Government secretary Eduardo Año said the region would be under a modified GCQ beginning this Saturday. * Film, music and TV production, repair and vulcanizing shops are fully allowed. * Residents are allowed to go out of their homes. However, those aged below 21 and those 60 and older are prohibited from leaving. Western Visayas will be under general community quarantine (GCQ) beginning May 16, announced Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque in a virtual press conference yesterday. The task force’s list of dos and don’ts includes, among others, the following salient points: * Traveling (land and inter-island) to and from provinces and cities is permitted. Just this Tuesday, May 12, Roque announced that Western Visayas would no longer be under any levels of quarantine by May 16 because it was considered a “low-risk” area for the transmission of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). * Public transportation will resume, but jeepneys and buses must run below full capacity to ensure social distancing. * People can return to playing sports with limited physical contact such as golf, tennis and cycling. However, gyms and sports facilities remain padlocked. * There is limited socialization. Gatherings of 10 people or less are allowed. What’s life going to be under GCQ? On the other hand, Iloilo province and the cities of Iloilo and Bacolod have been under an extended enhanced community quarantine since May 1 and this was supposed to end by May 16./PN * Government offices will reopen but alternative work arrangements are encouraged. The provinces of Antique, Aklan, Capiz, Guimaras, and Negros Occidental have been under GCQ since May 1 and this was supposed to be further eased by May 16. * Manufacturing services are fully allowed to operate. Roque said minimum public health standards, safety protocols, safe distancing, and return-to-work protocols must be followed at all times. “Many local chief executives, governors and mayors, made petitions that they were not yet ready to remove the community quarantine,” said Año.
The Batesville Cross Country Team traveled to Franklin County Saturday morning to compete in the Conference Meet.The Bulldogs came up a little short for both the boys and the girls as the East Central Trojans claimed both championships. Congratulations to Steve Cotherman and his teams for great performances!For the boys East Central scored 60 points, 4 points ahead of South Dearborn at 64. Taking 3rd place was Greensburg with 71, closely followed by Batesville with 74. Rushville came in 5th with 83, then Connersville at 132 and 7th place was Franklin County with 189.Leading the dogs was senior Connor Bell coming in as the Conference Runner-up at 17:25. Also making the All-Conference team was senior, Clay Yeaton, crossing the line in 7th place and running a personal best at 17:43. Other scorers for Batesville were Quinten Gowdy, 16th, Grant Meyers, 24th and Brice Keeton, 25th. Alex Batta and Elliott Main also ran varsity for the dogs placing 32nd and 38th respectively.On the ladies side, Batesville fell just 4 points short of East Central’s 49 point win with 53. Coming in 3rd was Greensburg at 64 points. They were followed by Rushvlle, 4th with 100, followed closely by Connersville in 5th with 103 points. Finally South Dearborn and Franklin County was 6th and 7th with 131 and 210 points.The Bulldogs were led by Sophomore Emma Gausman with a personal best performance putting her in 4th place at 20:42. Also making the All-Conference team was Mary Potrack crossing in 6th at 21:04, Maria Wessel in 12th at 21:52 and Audrey Weigel, 13th at 21:56. Also scoring for the dogs was Kaite Baumer in 18th. Sarah Poltrack and Madeleine Robben finished out the varsity squad finishing at 20th and 21st respectively.The JV meet honored the top 10 for County awards and the Batesville girls claimed 8 of the 10 of these spots. They were led by Kylie Lehman winning the JV meet at 23:11. She was followed by Carly Fitzpatrick and Audrey Maupin crossing at 2nd and 3rd. Other Bulldogs in the top ten were, Cheyenne Laker, Anna Kick, Bre Hartman and Mary Catherine Barnett taking the 5th-8th places and Heidi Shaw with a strong finish for 10th. Although no boys were in the top 10, Will Sittloh ran a personal best.The Bulldogs will be busy this week as they host their Batesville Invitational and will also be honoring their seniors 14 seniors. Then on Thursday they will finish out the regular season as they will travel just down the road to Greensburg for their invitationals.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Lisa Gausman.
Statewide — Now more than ever, Indiana’s food banks and pantries are fulfilling an important need both locally and nationwide. With hundreds spread throughout our state, Indiana Grown has compiled a full list by county and created the below interactive map. Click here to view the map.Whether you are in need of assistance or would like to volunteer your time, click a county on the map to find a food bank or pantry in your community. If you are a farmer or producer interested in selling your product to a food bank or pantry, click here to submit your information.If you have any additions or edits to the map, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following incidents were reported in the Dept. of Public Safety incident report summary between Saturday, Jan. 16, and Tuesday, Jan. 19. Crimes against propertyAt 12:14 a.m. on Jan. 19, a student broke a glass door when he inadvertently threw a bottle into a home at 1117 28th St. while engaged in horseplay. There were no injuries and the student agreed to pay for the damage.Miscellaneous incidentsat 4:43 p.m. on Jan. 19, DPS officers responded to a student and a non-USC male who both sustained cuts when they bumped heads while playing basketball.at 12:11 a.m. on Jan. 19, DPS officers responded to an intoxicated student who passed out on the lawn in front of 2712 Menlo Ave. The student was conscious and coherent when contacted by the officers, but an LAFD RA unit was requested as a precaution. RA Unit #15 responded and examined the student, who was released at the scene.at 10:40 P.m. on Jan. 18, DPS officers contacted a staff member who had been observed sleeping overnight in his vehicle on campus on multiple occasions and advised him that it was a violation of transportation services rules.at 12:45 P.m. on Jan. 16, DPS officers on routine patrol observed a suspect riding a bicycle aimlessly around campus near entrance Gate 1 and detained him for investigation. The officers determined that the bike was registered to a student and, when they contacted the student, he said that it had been stolen a month ago but he did not file a report. During questioning, the suspect claimed to have purchased the bike from a bike shop, but he did not have any proof of ownership and the bike was subsequently confiscated by the officers. The suspect was then released.at 11:51 A.m. on Jan. 16, DPS officers responded to a student who sustained a cut to his head when he walked into a wall on the roof of Parking Structure A. A LAFD RA unit was requested and Unit #810 responded. The RA Unit examined the student and released him.at 9:30 A.m. on Jan. 16, a suspect removed a bicycle secured to a bike rack and removed the front wheel from a second bike secured to the same rack near the Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism. Correction“Senate votes on honors” (Jan. 23) did not clearly represent the effect of an Undergraduate Student Government resolution. Resolutions represent the opinion of the student government but are not university policy.The Daily Trojan regrets the error.