View Comments Joining Harriet Walter as King Henry, Jade Anouka as Hotspur, Clare Dunne as Hal and Ashley McGuire as Falstarr are Elizabeth Chan as Northumberland and Peto, Jackie Clune as Westmorland and Glendower, Shiloh Coke as Mortimer, Karen Dunbar as Vernon and Bardolph, Cynthia Erivo as Poins and the Earl of Douglas, Zainab Hasan as Hostess, Jennifer Joseph as Sit Walter Blunt, Ann Ogbomo as Worcester, Katie Robinson as Hotspur’s Messenger and Sharon Rooney as Lady Percy and Gadshill. In addition to the run at Mulberry School for Girls, the Donmar will host a series of creative workshops around the production and will collaborate with Clean Break, a theatre company that works with women who have been affected by the criminal justice system. The production will feature designs by Ellen Nabarro and Bunny Christie, costumes by Deborah Andrews, lighting design by Neil Austin, sound design by Tom Gibbons and original music by Gary Yershon. The complete cast is set for the previously announced all-female Henry IV at the Donmar Warehouse. The production, directed by Phyllida Lloyd, who returns to the Donmar after her 2012 all-female Julius Caesar, which later transfered to New York’s St. Ann’s Warehouse, will weave action from both Henry IV Part I and Part II to create a single narrative. Shakespeare’s history play will begin at the Donmar from October 3 through November 29, with opening night set for October 9. Following the run, the production will play for one week at Mulberry School for Girls in Tower Hamlets as part of its extensive educational outreach initiative.
View Comments Laura Benanti Star Files It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s…Jeremy Jordan and Laura Benanti! The Broadway faves both make appearances in the trailer for Supergirl, CBS’ new series which follows the Man of Steel’s cousin, Kara Zor-El (played by Glee’s Melissa Benoist). Jordan plays Kara’s friend Winn Schott who assists her in harnessing her super powers, and Benanti takes on the role of Alura (eerily close to Laura) Zor-El, Kara’s mother on Krypton. Take a look below, and catch Supergirl on CBS later this fall.
By Press Release, U.S. Coast Guard 7th District Southeast January 29, 2018 A U.S. Coast Guard cutter seized more than three tons of cocaine, rescued sea turtle, and built partnerships.
Wellington Police notes for Monday, February 03, 2014â€¢8:30 a.m. Officers investigated criminal damage to property in the 100 block E. Harvey, Wellington.â€¢10:53 a.m. Brian S. Boor, 21, Wellington was arrested, charged and bonded with driving while license is suspended.â€¢3:37 p.m. Officers investigated a theft of license plate in the 100 block N. Arthur, Wellington.â€¢9:09 p.m. Delpha V. Seyler, 43, Wellington was arrested, charged and bonded with criminal damage to property.
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Report Reply 0 replies · active 340 weeks ago +1 Vote up Vote down Yeah · 340 weeks ago Congrats Middle school. You are all doing fantastic. Report Reply 0 replies · active 340 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” The Wellington Middle School basketball teams are about to embark on the year-end Pioneer League basketball tournaments this Saturday.Both the Wellington eighth grade boys and girls basketball teams will be No. 1 seeds in their respective tournaments. The Wellington seventh grade boys and girls basketball teams will be No. 4 seeds in their respective tournaments. See brackets here:Â 7th Grade tournament bracketEighth grade tournament bracketThe eighth grade teams travel to Mulvane, while the seventh grades go to Winfield. The eight team tournaments are single elimination and run Saturday, Monday and Thursday.Hopefully, the Wellington Knight teams will have the same success that they had in 2013 when three of the Wellington Middle School teams reached the championship game. Two of the teams, the seventh grade boys and girls, both won the tournament at the home gym.Wellington seventh grade girls won 34-24 over Winfield for the championship crown. The seventh grade boys beat Circle 42-34. The eighth grade girls lost to Rose Hill in 2013 41-26. Seventh gradeThe seventh grade boys and girls finished their regular seasons as well and go into Saturday the fourth seed out of eight teams.On Monday, Wellington seventh girls finished off with a 22-18 victory over Mulvane. Scoring for Wellington were: Chelsea Stewart 6 Ellie Buresh 6 Taryn Stoddard 4 Adrienne Norris 3 Jacelyn Buck 2 and Taylor Meyer 1.Â There was no score available for the Wellington seventh boys.Wellington girls will open the tournament Saturday at 9 a.m. with a battle against Arkansas City, the fifth seed. If the Knights win then they will play the winner of #1 Circle vs. #8 Clearwater Monday at 5 p.m.The Wellington boys play host Winfield, the fifth seed, at 10:15 a.m. in the first round. If they were to win they would play Mulvane-Clearwater at 6:15 p.m. Monday.The seventh grade championship games are slated for Thursday with the girls playing at 5 p.m. and the boys playing at 6:15 p.m.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢WMS wrestlingÂ The Wellington Midlde School wrestling team traveled to Valley Center to participate in a Saturday tournament.The tournament results for each Wellington wrestler and the placing are as follows:T. Schmidt 0-2 Did not place.90 – E. Kop 3-1 Third place.95Â – D. Schmidt 2-1 Second place.100 – B. Sanders 1-2 Did not place.105 – N. Reyes 3-1 Third place.110 – M. Gould 0-2 Did not place.115 – K. Heacock 0-2 Did not place.120 – B. Bales 0-2 Did not place.127 – T. Hodson 0-2 Did not place.141 – B. Struble 0-2 Did not place.148 – A. Shoemann 2-2 fourth place.180 – D. Dickensen 0-3 fourth place.215 – G. Smith 1-2 Did not place.265 – M. McComb 2-1 Third place. Eighth gradeBoth the boys and girls teams finished the regular season with 12-1 records. The eighth grade finished the regular season Monday with an impressive 44-22 victory over Mulvane.In that game, Wellington opened with a 16-7 lead and led 22-8 at the half. Avery Rusk had 22 points. Shayland French had 14, Mekenna Adams 4, Valerie Ast 2 and Abby Lowe 2.Wellington finished the year losing only to Rose Hill in December. Rose Hill will be the No. 2 seed in the tournament.The girls will open with No. 8 Clearwater at 1:15 p.m. in the first round on Saturday in Mulvane. If Wellington wins then it will play the winner of Winfield and Ark City on Monday at 6:15 p.m. The Pioneer League girls tournament championship will be at 5 p.m. in the Mulvane Middle School main gym.As far as the boys are concerned, there were no scores available from Monday’s game.Wellington will open as the No. 1 seed playing #8 Rose Hill at 1:15 p.m. in the first round.If the Knights win, then they will play the winner of El Dorado-Mulvane at 6:15 p.m. Monday. The Pioneer League boys tournament championship will be at 6:30 p.m. in the Mulvane Middle School main gym.
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By Dexter DowneyATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – Judging by the feedback from merchants and visitors alike, the June 10 event Taste of Atlantic Highlands was a huge success and is putting businesses on the comeback trail.The comeback is from the debilitating closing of the Oceanic Bridge that for months severely impacted and disrupted the many restaurants and businesses that make up Atlantic Highlands.Arleen Miller, sales associate at Sherman and Sons Jewelers.Owner Bob Sherman and Arleen Miller of Sherman and Sons Jewelers were delighted with the visitor traffic generated by this new event sponsored by the Atlantic Highlands Chamber of Commerce. They were not giving away free gold and diamonds but they were providing complimentary jewelry cleaning and jewelry cleaner to everyone who stopped in.During the event, visitors paid $30 and were entitled to visit all the participating restaurants and other businesses where they were then given complimentary portions of their special dishes or samples of services and prize drawings at the non-food locations.Wine Bar owner Courtney Rose.Better Homes Realty was taking entries for a drawing for a free travel cooler full of wine and picnic snacks. Golf Analytics was raffling off free golf lessons while Atlantic Cinema supplied popcorn. Eyes On First gave away eyeglass cleaner and there were samples of sweet creations offered at Joy & Cake and The Flaky Tart.There are 38 locations participating. They were: Carton Brewing Co., Tom’s Cyclery, Atlantic Wines & Spirits, Joy & Cake, The Flaky Tart, Freedom Pottery, Bellisimo the Salon, Jaspan Hardware, Kuny Siam Thai, Eyes on First, Atlantic Cinema, Henry F. Wolf III, Esq., Plush Salon, Sherman and Sons Jewelers, Taffeta Teas, Book Compound, Artz by the Sea and Revere Framing.Michelle Sciria, owner of Freedom Pottery.Also participating were: Town & Surf, Foxhaus, Vintage Variety, Atlantic Bagel, Atlantic Waves Salon, Flower Express, Original Pizza, Salon at 68, FSF Training Academy, NJ Fire Equipment, Charles Matches Financial, Restore Qi Acupuncture, Golf Analytics, Memphis Pig Out, Better Homes Realty, Copper Canyon, Blue Bay Inn, Harborside Grill, Hudson Cafe, On the Deck, Chiafullo’s, Navesink Fishery, Gateway Liquors, Navesink Fitness, Foodtown, Pomodoro, Ralph’s Ices, Walter Mihm’s Steakhouse, Zoe’s Kitchen, The Painted Frame, Thomas Hauser Designs, Eastpoint Fitness, Shore Shakes, Maria’s Pizza, Freezi-Yo, and Philly’s.
Coming off the first weekend of the winter steelhead season that saw all of the coastal rivers turn green, I was sure hoping to hear some better scores. From the South Fork Eel north to the Chetco, steelhead reports ranged from decent to tough – and everywhere in between. The Chetco likely fished the best, but there were plenty of boats that came up empty. The Smith has been tough all season, and not much changed over the weekend. The Mad River should have been the hot spot, but it fell flat on …
27 July 2012 South Africa’s Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has appealed for support as she prepares to take over as chairperson of the African Union Commission, saying her new role presented “a great responsibility” not only for her but for all women on the continent. Dlamini-Zuma was delivering a lecture in Pretoria on Sunday organised by the African National Congress Women’s League. “It’s a huge responsibility not only for me but for all of us,” she said. “It is for the first time that a woman gets to be in this position.” She told a packed Pretoria City Hall that the African Union’s (AU’s) primary task had always been to tackle poverty, underdevelopment and illiteracy and to ensure that the continent became prosperous.‘African Union must be citizen-driven’ Citizens had to be able to drive the AU, she said, because if it was left to governments, it would not go anywhere. “The vision of the African Union is an integrated, prosperous and peaceful Africa driven by its own citizens in the global arena … So the question we must ask as South Africans is, how are we going to drive the African Union, and if we were not doing that, it’s time that we started doing so.” Earlier this month, Dlamini-Zuma won a tightly contested vote to become the new head of the African Union Commission (AUC). Her election made her the first female to head the AUC, ending a bruising leadership battle between her and Gabon’s Jean Ping, who was seeking re-election after serving in the top AU post since 2008. On Sunday, Dlamini-Zuma emphasised the importance of unity within the continental body, saying only a united AU would be able to deliver a prosperous Africa. She said that when African leaders formed the Organisation of African Unity, forerunner of the AU, their goal had always been to unite the continent. “These leaders decided that Africa must unite and that those countries that were not liberated should be liberated. It was clear from these leaders that we need to find African solution to African problems,” Dlamini-Zuma said. “This organisation is looking at an integrated Africa, not Africa of individual states who are only concerned with their own business. So when I go and work there, I will be working as a servant of Africa and not South Africa, and off course South Africa will be part of those that I will be serving.”Bigger role for Pan African Parliament Dlamini-Zuma suggested that the Pan African Parliament, headquartered in Midrand, north of Johannesburg, be given legislative powers, something she said would help in speeding up development on the continent. “Because if we are going to be integrating, we need to harmonise our laws, and if we are to increase trade we need to harmonise the way we work and the way we do things, and the Pan African Parliament could play a huge role in this regard.” She noted that, in the face of a global economic crisis crippling world markets, Africa was the only continent that was still enjoying substantial growth. “We have the biggest deposition of many minerals throughout the continent, and the question is how do we use them for the benefit of the people of the continent. We still have big potential to grow in agriculture so that we can export more; it’s important to see that these opportunities are not missed opportunities.” The biggest challenge was that Africa lacked good infrastructure. “That’s one of our biggest challenges. We must make sure we are properly connected, we must make sure we build this infrastructure so that the integration we speaking of becomes meaningful.” Dlamini-Zuma is one of South Africa’s longest-serving Cabinet ministers. Appointed minister of health in 1994, she moved from there to foreign affairs before becoming minister of home affairs in 2009. As minister of home affairs, she is credited with having cut down on corruption, professionalised the services offered by the department and modernised its internal processes. Peace and security remain priorities for the AU, and the 63-year-old Dlamini-Zuma will be expected to provide leadership to enhance the AU Peace and Security Council’s ability to resolve conflicts on the continent. She will also have to oversee the implementation of the mooted intra-Africa trade and free trade areas, and ensure the success of economic partnership agreements within the continent. Source: SANews.gov.za