Show Closed This production ended its run on Dec. 14, 2014 Allegro was Richard Rodgers’ and Oscar Hammerstein II’s third collaboration and first premiered on Broadway in 1947. The musical chronicles nearly four decades in the life of an Everyman, Joseph Taylor Jr. (Elder), from cradle through a mid-life discovery of who he is and what his life is truly about. The saga takes us from Joe’s birth through his childhood, from college dorm to marriage altar, and on to his career; from the tranquility of his small Midwestern hometown to the hectic din of big city life. Joining Elder as Joseph Taylor Jr. and Davis as Jenny Brinker will be George Abud as Charlie Townsend, Alma Cuervo as Grandma Taylor, Tony nominee Malcolm Gets as Joe Taylor Sr., Maggie Lakis as Hazel, Megan Loomis as Beulah, Paul Lincoln as Brook Lansdale, Jane Pfitsch as Emily, Randy Redd as Dr. Bigby Denby, Ed Romanoff as Ned Brinker and Jessica Tyler Wright as Marjorie Taylor. The production will feature scenic design by Doyle, costume design by Ann Hould-Ward, lighting design by Jane Cox and sound design by Dan Moses Schreier. Related Shows View Comments Allegro Claybourne Elder (Bonnie & Clyde) and Tony nominee Elizabeth A. Davis (Once) will star in the previously announced Classic Stage Company production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Allegro. Directed by Tony winner John Doyle, the production will play a limited off-Broadway engagement November 1 through December 7. Opening night is set for November 19.
BURLINGTON, Vt.–Champlain College President David F. Finney and Lynne Ballard, dean of Champlain’s Online and Continuing Education Division, announced today that A. Wayne Roberts will join the College as a senior project consultant.The recently retired president of the Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce, Roberts will work directly with the Workforce Development Center at Champlain College to provide financial and marketing consulting as the center launches new adult learning opportunities for the Vermont business community and beyond. Additionally, Roberts will assist in developing new strategic alliances for the College, also targeted to working professionals and their employers.For 20 years, Roberts served as Chamber president in Burlington and recently retired in October. Before his Chamber career, Wayne worked in Washington, D.C., in a variety of high-ranking government positions within the Reagan administration, and he owned several hospitality businesses in Jeffersonville, Vt. Wayne was also a tenured assistant professor in management at Johnson State College, where he helped build a business management program. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Babson College and MBA from University of Massachusetts.”I have been impressed with Wayne’s creative entrepreneurial spirit and business acumen and the College will benefit greatly from his experience as a business leader,” said President Finney.Ballard shared President Finney’s enthusiasm by commenting, “Wayne’s expert, no-nonsense approach will help us launch new initiatives with confidence and in a short timeframe that will truly address the needs of employers.” Champlain College prides itself on having close connections with the business community, preparing its students for career change or advancement, and delivering education that is relevant and experience-based.Champlain College’s Workforce Development Center was established in January 2006 to bring leadership to initiatives that include: delivery of professional education to high-priority industries in the form of new master’s degrees, bachelor’s degrees or professional certificates to meet the needs of a knowledge-intensive, highly skilled workforce; strategic partnerships that connect companies and individuals to educational and training opportunities; and collaboration with economic development partners to create an attractive environment for creative entrepreneurs to stay in Vermont and grow their businesses.For more information about the Workforce Development Center at Champlain College, visit www.champlain.edu/workforce(link is external) or contact Melissa Hersh at (802) 865-5402 and email@example.com(link sends e-mail).
The Chenango County Health Department said that as of Saturday, there are 60 positive cases. On Friday, the health department reported a total of 55 positive cases. That shows an increase of just five cases in 24-hours. The Chenango County Health Department says there have been a total of 315 tests, with 29 additional individuals tested on Saturday. (WBNG) — The Chenango County Health Department gave an update on the latest information regarding the coronavirus on Saturday. While the number of positive cases has increased, the health department has reported a decline with individuals in mandatory and precautionary quarantine. The health department says the number of active hospitalizations has remained the same since Friday at nine. They also reported one additional recovery, bringing that number up to 13. For more information, go to the Chenango County Health Department’s website. On Friday, they said there were 313 individuals in mandatory quarantine and 74 individuals in precautionary quarantine. Saturday’s numbers look much different with 244 individuals in mandatory quarantine and 46 individuals in precautionary quarantine, bringing those numbers down by 69 and 28. For more coronavirus coverage, click here.
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OneNews 12 February 2014Children continue to be violently and sexually assaulted at alarming rates with a 68% increase in reported cases in the last five years.The Salvation Army’s State of the Nation report is out today and it makes for grim reading.Child poverty and abuse are two of the key problem areas identified in the report which is designed to provide a broad snapshot of New Zealand’s social progress over the past five years.The report found a huge increase in the number of recorded offences of violence and sexual assault against children between 2008 and 2013.Over the last five years, recorded assaults on children doubled from 1,328 to 2,667 offences, while recorded sexual offences against children rose 43%.http://tvnz.co.nz/national-news/nz-gets-d-ranking-treatment-children-5829685
NZ Herald 7 May 2018Family First Comment: Excellent op-ed from Simon O’Connor“Seymour must be convinced that no one will ever be coerced into dying for the convenience or financial gain of another. He obviously believes no one in his family would ever encourage someone to end their life early so that the will could be read that much sooner. Indeed, it is tempting to think that of all families in New Zealand. However, we know that elder abuse is rampant, and that seniors, the sick, and the disabled are already marginalised in our society. Many feel unvalued and unwelcome, either through the deliberate actions of others or because of a prevalent unconscious bias. In the face of these and other concerns, it is unfortunate that Seymour has dismissed anyone not wholeheartedly supporting him as “fearmongering”. This is an injustice to the issue, to those who disagree with him, and to his own bill.”www.rejectassistedsuicide.nzA few weeks ago David Seymour dismissed tens of thousands of New Zealanders who wrote to Parliament with their concerns about his End of Life Choice bill.Submissions on his bill, which allows for euthanasia or assisted dying, have barely closed and he has already stated he doesn’t care what people have to say.Armed with a handful of polls that assure him of just how right he thinks he is on this issue, he has decided Parliament no longer needs to think for itself.The problem with relying on public polling to decide serious, complex social issues is that it inherently reduces the issue to a simple yes or no question. This is a dangerous way to address difficult subjects, especially when lives are at stake.Polling questions are not only simple, they are entirely dependent on the imagination of those polled. It is very easy to support just about any proposition if you are asked only about the idealised version in your own mind.While polls may indicate broad public support for the concept of “assisted dying”, the public has never been asked about the specifics. Supporting an abstract principle is very different from writing a law that will shape the real world.Assisted suicide, and this bill in particular, is a serious risk to many people in our society.Though Seymour is at great pains to remind everyone this bill advocates only voluntary euthanasia, we also know that many people are vulnerable to abuse, bullying and exploitation.READ MORE: https://www.nzherald.co.nz/wanganui-chronicle/news/article.cfm?c_id=1503426&objectid=12046348
Read Also: FA Cup: Iheanacho’s goal helps Leicester pip BrentfordThe changes had little impact as the Baggies continued to miss chance after chance. Before Semi Ajayi gifted the Hammers a route back into the game, when he was sent off with around 20 minutes to go for picking up two cautions.West Ham threw men forward and Noble should have equalised in stoppage time but fired over from 10 yards as Albion moved into round five. West Brom went into the lead in the 9th minute and despite going down to ten men with Ajayi’s sending off they held off their Premier League opponents.Slaven Bilic made eight changes from the side that was beaten by Stoke City in the Championship on Monday, sticking true to his promise of rotation. Promoted Content5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreThe Best Cars Of All TimeHe Didn’t Agree With His Character Becoming Gay And Quit A RoleWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?Couples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread Art7 Mind-Boggling Facts About Black Holes6 TV Shows That Got Better After A Major Character Had Left7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too Much7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty Penny Super Eagles and West Brom defender Semi Ajay saw red against West Ham as ferocious Conor Townsend strike saw the Baggies to pip the Hammers 1-0 at the London Stadium, to move into the 5th round of the FA Cup. Loading… FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 It was a noticeably stronger travelling squad than the one sent to Charlton in round three, with a bench including the likes of Jake Livermore and Kyle Bartley. West Ham meanwhile made four changes, with David Moyes surprisingly opting for a strong team despite their Premier League struggles.Albion dominated right from the off and richly deserved their lead when Townsend smashed a strike across Darren Randolph before the 10 minute mark. It could and should have been two before the break, Charlie Austin missing a glaring, headed chance as the first period wound down.After being roundly booed off at half time, Moyes rang the changes, with first teamers Mark Noble, Michail Antonio and Angelo Ogbonna coming.
Presidential spokesperson SalvadorPanelo said Chinese nationals without proper travel papers but who were able toenter the country by paying immigration officers will be “deportedimmediately.” The scheme was called “pastillas”because the money was allegedly concealed in rolled bond paper that is akin tothe wrapper for the milk candy./PN PHOTO BY NIKKEI “Yunglahat sa NAIA (Ninoy Aquino InternationalAirport), file-lan mo ng kaso tapospinaalis ko na with the end view of dismissal. ‘Yung sa Customs, 83 of them for dismissal. So do not tempt thegods, we are not gods. What I’m saying is just a figure of speech. Do not temptthe gods, just do your work, I will protect you. Stay aligned,” he added. Sen. Risa Hontiveros on Mondayrevealed that some erring BI personnel are receiving P10,000 as “grease money”from Chinese nationals who want to get special treatment upon their arrival inthe Philippines. “Bastamay iligal na ginawa, ang Ppresidente natin palaging [sinasabi] ipatupad angbatas,” Panelo said in a media briefing. “(On Wednesday), I terminated all sa kay Morente. Apparently, si Morente mahal ko ‘yan kasi chief of police ‘yan dito, mabait ‘yan. Kung hindi niya kaya, sabihan ko, limitado manrin kasi siya sa ano,” Duterte said. President Rodrigo Duterte had alsoordered the relief of BI officials and employees linked to the modus. TheNational Bureau of Investigation and the BI are looking into an alleged scheme. However, President Duterte said onThursday evening that he still trust BI Commissioner Jaime Morente despite theemergence of “pastillas” scheme under the latter’s watch. Panelo and Guevarra’s statements cameafter the Senate and the Immigration bureau launched separate investigations onthe so-called “pastillas” scheme, in which Chinese casino high-rollers andoffshore gaming operation workers allegedly skip the usual immigration processfor a fee. “But if they are legitimate, but weremerely extended ‘escort service’ by some BI personnel for a fee, then it’s thelatter who will be dealt with accordingly,” Guevarra said. MANILA – Chinese workers who illegallyentered the Philippines will be deported, Malacañang said following theuncovering of the “pastillas” scheme at the Bureau of Immigration (BI). Department of Justice secretaryMenardo Guevarra echoed Panelo’s remarks.
Loading… The team hotel has reportedly been shut off from the public during their stay with tests conducted on Saturday and during the week. Club protocol means any person testing positive will be sent into isolation and re-tested to confirm the diagnosis. In 11 days’ time, Liverpool are due to face Arsenal for the Community Shield. read also:Jurgen Klopp set to quit football after Liverpool contract The Wembley clash, to be played behind closed doors, is not yet in doubt but is vulnerable to a coronavirus outbreak in either squad. For example, Ligue 1’s return this Friday has been postponed after four Covid-19 cases in the Marseille squad. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Liverpool have been hit by a positive coronavirus test just days into their pre-season training camp. Jurgen Klopp’s men are currently in Austria as their Premier League title defence preparations begin. On Tuesday, a positive test was reported within the camp although it is not known if the case is a player or member of staff. Daily Mirror state that training is set to continue as normal despite the Covid-19 diagnosis, with a club spokesperson refusing to confirm or deny the case. The Reds were initially due to head to the French city of Evian for their August training camp yet had to shelve those plans when the UK Government added the country to their coronavirus quarantine list. As things stand, the squad are still expected to remain at their base on the outskirts of Salzburg for the rest of the week before a selection of warm-up friendlies.Advertisement Promoted Content11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your Body7 Reasons Why You Might Want To Become A Vegetarian8 Amazing Facts About Ancient EgyptTop Tastiest Foods From All Over The WorldWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Couples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayContemplate Life At These 10 Stargazing LocationsWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?8 Things To Expect If An Asteroid Hits Our PlanetBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them8 Fascinating Facts About Coffee
Modifieds – 1. Jake O’Neil; 2. R.C. Whitwell; 3. Tim Ward; 4. Tom Berry Jr.; 5. Joey Price; 6. Lance Mari; 7. Zane DeVilbiss; 8. Kollin Hibdon; 9. Austin Kuehl; 10. Jeff Taylor; 11. Bobby Horton; 12. Bill Miller; 13. Jerry Flippo; 14. Darrell Hughes II; 15. Russell Allen; 16. Casey Arneson; 17. Beau Speicher; 18. Michael Thing; 19. Tyson Evans; 20. Mike Magee; 21. Spencer Wilson; 22. Austin Kiefer; 23. Braxton Yeager; 24. Travis Mosley; 25. Chaz Baca; 26. Marlyn Seidler. Stock Cars – 1. Chanse Hollatz; 2. Troy Jerovetz; 3. Wayne Dotson; 4. Aaron Spangler; 5. Andy Altenburg; 6. Jody York; 7. Brendon LaBatte; 8. Steffan Carey; 9. Leslie Gill; 10. Loren DeArmond; 11. Tony Hill; 12. Gene Henrie; 13. Cody Center; 14. Nuggett Shupe; 15. Tyler Vache; 16. Brock Hamilton; 17. Raymond Doyle; 18. Jake Smith; 19. J.C. Parmeley. SOMERTON, Ariz. (Jan. 17) – Jake O’Neil cruised to his third Winter Nationals victory Friday night at Cocopah Speedway. Tim Gonksa wasted no time powering his way into the lead from the sixth starting spot in the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock feature. Gonska led 18 of the 20 laps to capture his third win at Somerton. His third straight Winter Nationals IMCA Modified feature win came in convincing fashion Friday evening for Jake O’Neil. (Photo by Bobby McMorris) By Mike Spieker Hobby Stocks – 1. Tim Gonska; 2. Brad King; 3. Joshua Cordova; 4. Jason Duggins; 5. Jason Beshears; 6. Scott Tenney; 7. Jim Robinson; 8. Jason Penny; 9. Oscar Duarte; 10. Francisco Cordova; 11. David Callis; 12. Jeffrey Callis; 13. Andy Pearce. The margin of victory for O’Neil was 2.2 seconds over Whitwell at the checkers. Chanse Hollatz led every lap of the Friday Winter Nationals feature for IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars. (Photo by Bobby McMorris) Feature Results Eighth place starter R.C. Whitwell moved into second at the halfway point, but was never able to threaten the leader. O’Neil was loyal to the low side of the speedway throughout the race while Whitwell used the high side in the entry of the corner before diving low on exit. Northern SportMods – 1. Cody Thompson; 2. Chase Alves; 3. Ty Rogers; 4. Chris Toth; 5. Shelby Frye; 6. Miles Morris; 7. Ron Schreiner; 8. Taylor Kuehl; 9. Mike Wells; 10. Camron Spangler; 11. Bill Lundock; 12. Kyle Salo; 13. Manny Baldiviez; 14. Brian Carey; 15. Slade Pitt; 16. Brock Rogers; 17. Jimmy Davy; 18. Javier Navarro; 19. Wayne Dotson; 20. David Pitt. Behind Whitwell, Tim Ward finished third from 16th, while 17th place starter Tom Berry Jr. and Price rounded out the top five. O’Neil started third on the grid and took the lead away from front row starter Joey Price on lap three. Once out front, the Tucson pilot never looked back as he led the remainder of the 25-lap, $1,000 to win main event. Similarly, Cody Thompson led the Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod feature from green to checkers to pick up his second win of Winter Nationals. Chanse Hollatz started on the pole and led all 20 laps of the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car feature en route to his first Winter Nationals victory. “I saw on the scoreboard that the 96 (Whitwell) was behind me. He is super fast and a pretty good wheelman and I knew if I made one mistake, he would be right there to capitalize,” said O’Neil. “I just tried to minimize my mistakes as much as I could. It was pretty tough, I was a little too tight and I would hit the holes sometimes and go for a big push. Every time I did that, I thought I was giving it away.”