Tickets Are Now on Sale for Betrayal Starring Tom Hiddleston, Zawe Ashton & Charlie Cox

first_img Charlie Cox Betrayal Tickets are now on sale for the acclaimed new staging of Harold Pinter’s drama Betrayal, set to arrive on Broadway later this summer. Jamie Lloyd will repeat his work as director from a recently concluded West End run, with stars Tom Hiddleston, Zawe Ashton and Charlie Cox returning to the roles of Robert, Emma and Jerry, respectively. All three actors will make their Broadway debuts in the production, scheduled to begin previews on August 14 and open on September 5 at the Jacobs Theatre.Betrayal charts a compelling seven-year romance, captured in reverse chronological order. The play was first produced by the National Theatre in 1978, followed by the Broadway premiere a year later. The cast will also include Eddie Arnold (Journey’s End) as the Waiter. The production will feature scenic/costume design by Soutra Gilmour, sound design/music by Ben and Max Ringham and lighting design by Jon Clark.Betrayal will play a 17-week limited engagement through December 8. Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Dec. 8, 2019 Tom Hiddleston Star Files View Comments Zawe Ashtonlast_img read more

Joshua Henry, Adrienne Warren & More Set for This Week’s Stars in the House

first_imgJoshua Henry(Photo: Emilio Madrid for View Comments Robin De Jesus Rebecca Luker Adrienne Warren Joshua Henry James Monroe Iglehart Sierra Boggess View All (6) An impressive roster of Broadway stars is set for this week’s episodes of Stars in the House, a daily online series from SiriusXM On Broadway personality Seth Rudetsky and his husband, producer James Wesley. The series goes live daily at 2PM and 8PM ET on The Actors Fund’s YouTube channel. A schedule of this week’s appearances can be found below.Monday, June 158PM ET: Guest host Andréa Burns with guests Joshua Henry and Robin De Jesús.Tuesday, June 168PM ET: Christine Daaé Day with Sierra Boggess, Rebecca Luker and Gay Willis.Wednesday, June 172PM ET: Plays in the House presents Free Speech Volume 3: Next Generation: Spoken Word, Song, and Dance with students and alumni from Montclair State University, New York University, University of Michigan and the Black Arts Institute at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting. Starring Naima Alakham, Brittany-Laurelle, Janelle Clayton, Jonathan Duvelson, Ronnita Freeman, Kalonjee Gallimore, Lauryn Hobbs, Ashley Hurd, Elliot Johnson, Jonah Nash, Mukta Phatak, Tavia Riveé, Daja M. Rice, Grace Rivera, Vanessa Sierra, Justin Sudderth, Dai Thompson, Welinton Vallejo, Jasón Wells and Adrienne Witt. Benefiting the NAACP Legal Defense Fund.Saturday, June 202PM ET: Plays in the House presents Mrs. Warren’s Profession by George Bernard Shaw. Starring Midori Francis, David Huynh, Tonya Pinkins, James Monroe Iglehart, Raphael Nash Thompson and Thom Sesma. Directed and narrated by David Staller.8PM ET: Broadway Advocacy Coalition Founders Adrienne Warren and Amber Iman joined by Executive Director Robb Nanus.Sunday, June 212PM ET: Plays In The House Teen Edition presents Georgia Mae James Unplugs America by Elizabeth Gregory Wilder. Starring Alex Bello, Jamie Glickman, Kristoffer Kennedy, Maria Nalieth and Charlie Tassone. Benefiting the Alabama Shakespeare Festival.Stars in the House features live performances (from home) to promote support of The Actors Fund’s services for those most vulnerable to the effects of COVID-19. During each episode, guests sing a mix of their favorite songs paired with an interview. Star Fileslast_img read more

Roeland Park to add solar array installations on community center, city hall

first_imgSolar power installations are being added to the Roeland Park Community Center and City Hall, following the city council’s Tuesday decision to approve a solar services agreement with Evergy, the electricity company formerly known as Kansas City Power and Light.Roeland Park began discussing solar voltaic energy system installations at the community center and City Hall back in March. The approved agreement opts for solar array installations mounted on the community center and City Hall roofs, as well as on top of a carport to be built and located at City Hall.Mayor Mike Kelly, who is a leading proponent of more concerted action on climate change among Kansas City-area municipal governments, said he thinks the result of the months-long process and discussion in his city about solar arrays will benefit Roeland Park in multiple ways.“I think this is going to be a definite enhancement not only to the city financially, but also from an environmental perspective,” Kelly said.Under the agreement, Evergy will own the solar arrays and the city will receive all the electricity they produce. If the city produces more than it needs, the electricity goes back into the grid and is sold back to Evergy at a wholesale rate, City Administrator Keith Moody said.The option selected by the city includes a 236% internal rate of return, a 20-year payment term and a projected 25 years of energy savings, according to city documents.Roeland Park will pay for the City Hall roof replacement and the carport during year zero — $65,000 and $117,033, respectively — and will have a payback period of two-and-a-half years.Moody said it’s been determined that City Hall has enough energy consumption for a carport to be financially beneficial, and the city would be paying just for the carport structure, not the wiring or solar panels.“We are reimbursing Evergy for that $117,000 asset, and it’s going to generate electricity for us going forward.” Moody said. “That is really what helps to bolster the internal rate of return for option three (236%)… it really enhances financials of the project by the city not trying to finance the cost of the roof or the cost of the carport in the energy generation that is provided.”The city council voted against an amendment to add a $9,000 powder coat to the new the carport, proposed by Councilmember Jan Faidley and supported by Councilmembers Jim Kelly and Michael Rebne.The city council unanimously approved the solar services agreement itself.last_img read more

Bar Clients’ Security Fund should not reimburse third-party losses

first_imgPanel also rejects random audits of lawyer trust accounts April 15, 2010 Regular News The Bar’s Clients’ Security Fund should reimburse clients who have no other recourse if their lawyer’s partner stole from them, according to the Clients’ Security Fund Procedures Committee. But the fund should not, at least for now, compensate third parties who have money stolen by attorneys, according to Committee Chair Greg Coleman.He reported to the Board of Governors at its March meeting that the committee also has rejected recommending random audits of lawyer trust accounts as a way of reducing claims on the fund.Coleman said the committee looked at incidents where it wasn’t a client’s own lawyer who stole money, but rather the lawyer’s partner or another member of the firm. Current rules provide that there must be a lawyer-client relationship before the fund will reimburse a client for such losses.“We think when anybody in the firm steals your money, if you can’t get it through other vehicles, then the Clients’ Security Fund should be the fund of last resort,” he said.He said a rule amendment reflecting the recommendation will be presented to the board at its May 28 meeting.In a similar vein, the committee looked at thefts by lawyers from third parties. Those typically occur, Coleman said, when lawyers accept money from those parties to be held in trust for clients, such as during real estate purchases.Reimbursing those victims would have a substantial financial impact, Coleman said, with at least $3.4 million in claims during the 2007-08 fiscal year and $1.2 million during the next year.The committee decided to see how other recent changes in the CSF payout policies work out before taking action on that issue.The committee continues to study ways to prevent lawyer defalcations and therefore claims on the fund, but for the moment that won’t include random audits of trust funds — something done in a handful of other states.“The committee’s feeling is that we need to look at some other, less invasive or difficult option before we make that recommendation,” Coleman said. “Although there are eight or nine states that have random audits, in the most recent states that have enacted it, there has been a huge backlash from the practicing lawyers.”Instead, the committee is looking at educating lawyers about their trust funds and software that can help law firms and lawyers quickly recognize when trust funds are being stolen, he said. Bar Clients’ Security Fund should not reimburse third-party losses Bar Clients’ Security Fund should not reimburse third-party losseslast_img read more

Clear Title promotes Michael Winters to vice president

first_imgClear Title Agency of Arizona announced the promotion of a key member in its management team.Michael Winters, Clear Title Agency of ArizonaMike Winters has been promoted to Vice President of East Valley Operations at Clear Title Agency of Arizona. Winters joined the Clear Title team just over 3 years ago as the Branch Manager of the Mesa/Gilbert Branch. He has more than 25 years of experience in all facets of operations in the escrow and title industry, including various management level positions previously at The Talon Group, Capital Title Agency of Arizona and United Title Agency. In his new position, Winters will oversee East Valley Operations, which includes recruiting, marketing, branch support and mentoring.“Mike has done a fantastic job as a manager of several very successful branch operations over his career. He has consistently demonstrated the leadership qualities that will ensure success in his new position, “ said Jim Clifford, President, of Clear Title.“I am very pleased to be promoted to this new position,” said Mike Winters. “Clear Title has always been a great place to work, and I am excited to support our people as we continue to grow our business throughout the East Valley and Arizona.”“I have had the honor and pleasure to work closely with Mike throughout his career and I have always had the utmost respect for Mike’s ability to bring success to everyone around him,” said Clifford. “This new position is well suited for Mike’s abilities and talents. Day-to-day operations are in good hands with Mike as our East Valley operations continue to grow. “last_img read more

NMFO: ‘Briarpatch’ To Film In New Mexico

first_imgStarring Rosario Dawson, who will also serve as a producer, the production will employ approximately 100 New Mexico crew members and 250-350 New Mexico background talent per episode. Visit the New Mexico Film Office online at SANTA FE – The New Mexico State Film Office (NMFO) today announced that the USA Network television series, “Briarpatch” produced by UCP (Universal Content Productions) and Paramount Television will begin principal photography mid-June through the end of September in Albuquerque.   “Briarpatch” follows Allegra Dill (Dawson), a dogged investigator returning to her border-town Texas home after her sister is murdered. What begins as a search for a killer turns into an all-consuming fight to bring her corrupt hometown to its knees. The season celebrates the beloved genres represented by Thomas’ book — a stylish blend of crime and pulp fiction — while updating his sense of fun, danger and place for a new generation.center_img NMFO News: Based on the Ross Thomas novel of the same name, “Briarpatch” is written for television by Andy Greenwald, who will executive produce along with “Mr. Robot” creator Sam Esmail through his production company Esmail Corp and Anonymous Content’s Chad Hamilton. The series also stars Jay R. Ferguson (“Mad Men,” “The Romanoffs”), Brian Geraghty (“Chicago P.D.,” “Ray Donovan”) and Edi Gathegi (“StartUp”).last_img read more

Johnson turns the tables

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Calling all rugby sevens players

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Advance Auto Parts Elects John Ferraro To Its Board Of Directors

first_imgROANOKE, Va. – Advance Auto Parts‘ board of directors has elected John Ferraro, who currently serves as global chief operating officer of Ernst & Young (EY), to the board. Ferraro’s appointment will be effective Feb. 10, 2015, subsequent to his retirement from EY. DeMoulpied comes to LSI from the Private Client Services practice of Ernst & Young where he managed strategy & operations improvement engagements for privately held client businesses. Some of his prior roles include VP of strategic development, director of strategic initiatives, and Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt at OptumHealth, UnitedHealth Group’s health services business, as well as Lean Six Sigma Black Belt at General Electric, where he applied operations improvement principles to customer service, supply chain and product development. A successful entrepreneur, deMoulpied is also the founder of PrestoFresh, a Cleveland-based e-commerce food/grocery business.  With more than 20 years of experience across multiple industries and functional areas, deMoulpied has particular expertise in organizations with complex technical products. Combined, his prior positions have required a spectrum of skills in corporate strategy, operations improvement, product quality, and revenue cycle management. He has an impressive history of utilizing data driven problem solving (Lean Six Sigma) and project management (PMP and CSM) to achieve strategic goals surrounding customer satisfaction, operational efficiency and improved profit.   AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement,Lubrication Specialties Inc. (LSI), manufacturer of Hot Shot’s Secret brand of performance additives and oils, recently announced the expansion of senior leadership. Steve deMoulpied joins LSI as the company’s chief operating officer (COO). AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement LSI President Brett Tennar says, “Steve’s success in developing operational strategies that improves the bottom line, builds teamwork, reduces waste and ensures quality product development and distribution checks many of the boxes of what we were looking for in a COO. This, coupled with his career in the Air Force working with highly technical systems and his in-depth understanding of Lean Six Sigma and Business Process Management sealed our offer. As our tagline states, our products are Powered by Science. This data driven approach is one reason why our company has grown exponentially as we employ the most advanced technology to product development. I am confident that Steve is the right person to drive operational strategy for our diverse and growing brands.” Advertisementcenter_img DeMoulpied has a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Management from the United States Air Force Academy and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Dayton in Marketing and International Business. He served six years with the USAF overseeing the development of technology used on fighter aircraft and the E-3 Surveillance aircraft, finishing his career honorably as Captain. Ferraro joined EY in 1976 and has been a partner for 26 years, holding various positions of senior responsibility including global vice chair audit. In addition, Ferraro has served as a member of EY’s Global Executive board for more than 10 years. “We are delighted to welcome John to our board of directors,” said John Brouillard, chair of the board for Advance Auto Parts. “His experience and leadership align well with Advance’s strategic direction and goals. We look forward to his contributions to our board and to Advance Auto Parts.”last_img read more

Mr Harding’s reading lesson

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