In addition to Boyer and Kudisch, the Broadway production will also feature Geneva Carr, Sarah Stiles and Michael Oberholtzer. All five appeared in the original MCC Theater off-Broadway production. Related Shows Tickets are now on sale for Hand to God on Broadway. The new play by Robert Askins played off-Broadway’s Lucille Lortel Theatre earlier this year, and now heads to the Booth Theatre on the Great White Way. Performances will begin on March 12, 2015 prior to an official opening night on April 7. Moritz von Stuelpnagel will direct a cast that includes Steven Boyer and three-time Tony nominee Marc Kudisch. View Comments In Hand to God, the good children of Cypress, Texas, are taught to obey the Bible in order to evade Satan’s hand. But when students at the Christian Puppet Ministry put those teachings into practice, one devout young man’s puppet takes on a shocking personality that no one could have expected. Hand to God Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 3, 2016
Helibras opened a new assembly line at its Itajubá unit, in Minas Gerais, where helicopters EC725 will be manufactured to supply the Brazilian Armed Forces, as well as a civilian version of the same aircraft, the EC225, used as transportation for oil exploration platforms offshore. The total project investment is worth 420 million reals (US$ 207.86 million.) This includes company premises, training programs, and all necessary works and innovations for helicopter production. Through this agreement, Helibras is committed to producing 50 large multi-mission helicopters in Brazil. “It is a program that serves the interest of the Government to acquire customized helicopters with cutting-edge technology and an incentive in boosting the national industry; the Helibras / Eurocopter partnership enables the production of more complex aircrafts,” said Eduardo Marson Ferreira, President for Helibras. With respect to the supply chain, Helibras has already hired 14 Brazilian companies that manufacture parts and that provide necessary training to pilots, mechanics, technicians, and engineers, either in France or in Brazil. Representatives of the three branches of the Armed Forces are accompanying the project, to guarantee the transfer of effective technological demanded by the Brazilian Government in this program. Following the project’s schedule, four EC725 units were already submitted; one in July 2010, and three in December 2010. The final deadline for delivering the 50 aircrafts is 2017. The next helicopters constructed in Brazil are already in Itajubá. Among them is a unit that will serve as a model for the development and integration of systems and the first one to be completely processed in the Minas Gerais’ production line. Innovations promoted by the company, in agreement with the Armed Forces, include the development of the Engineering Center. In the last three years, this sector grew so much that the engineering population increased almost eight times: nine engineers in 2009 to 70 this year. The new facilities at the Helibras industrial complex in Itajubá, Minas Gerais, were built from the most up-to-date engineering techniques, the most advanced materials used in civil construction, and modern sustainability concepts. By Dialogo October 05, 2012
As we forecast which trends will accelerate in 2018 for the industry, consumers will increasingly expect simplicity and convenience from their financial institutions.However, consumers aren’t necessarily looking to do business specifically with “fintechs.” In the same way, we often assume that consumers have loyalty to a traditional financial institution or a credit union.The reality is that in this age of nearly infinite resources and technology at our fingertips, consumers are simply looking for businesses that can meet their needs in a convenient and trustworthy manner.With the growing importance of simple, fast, and convenient, here are a few trends to be aware of in 2018. 34SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »
Inside 24 Brussells Avenue at Morningside, which goes to auction at 9am today, Saturday October 27.PREPARATION is key to a successful auction but things don’t always go to plan.And while wild weather may be one of them, stormy skies don’t usually deter genuine buyers.“I remember a house that was sold at auction for 4$ million last year,” Place Bulimba agent Shane Hicks said.“There was 25 registered bidders and a crowd of 250 and we were going to hold the auction on the tennis court.“But then a storm rolled in so we held it on the deck in the torrential rain. If people want to buy a house they will come rain, hail or shine.” Lightning pictured over Brisbane City, Brisbane 25th of October 2018. (AAP Image/Josh Woning) Likening an auction to a garden wedding, Mr Hicks said it was always important to have a plan B.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus16 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market16 hours ago“And a plan C, a plan D,” he said. “Things can go wrong but you just have to keep everyone calm. “Selling real estate is rarely black and white.”But some of the biggest clangers come auction day are rarely related to the weather, Mr Hicks said.He said issues with financing was the most common problem encountered. Place Bulimba agent Shane Hicks will take this house at 24 Brussells Avenue at Morningside to auction today, Saturday October27, at 9am.As for sellers, Mr Hicks said there were a few things they could do to ensure their best shot at auction. These included providing a building and pest inspection to all prospective buyers, get a rental appraisal done, provide a report on all of the easements, stormwater and sewer pipes on the property, list comparable sales in the area to give the purchaser a broad guide as to the price range and ensure the agent is opening for inspection during the week and on a Saturday.“All of this will put the seller and agent in more control but more importantly make the buyers job of making the decision much easier and give them a great deal of confidence in that decision,” he said. Place Bulimba agent Shane Hicks.“From the start we encourage all interested buyers to start that pre-approval conversation with their advisers early,” he said. “The other issue that can come up is a party being out of town, but that’s usually an easy fix as they can register an agent or friend to bid on their behalf.“And sometimes a buyer has sold their own property and then there is an issue with that contract.“That’s when we encourage them to still attend the auction and if it doesn’t sell we can enter in to a private treaty.”
Investigators are looking into thevictim’s possible link to illegal drugs and the possibility that he was killedbecause of his work with the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology. The city’s legislative body passed aresolution enjoining the Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO), National Bureau ofInvestigation and Criminal Investigation and Detection Group to conduct a“thorough investigation” and to prosecute those behind the killing. The councilor cited high-profilemurder case in the city that include the slaying of businessman Alex Yao,Barangay 16 captain Nelson Ligaya, Police Officer Oscar Exaltado, and LawyerRafael Atutubo and attempted murder of then Councilor Ricardo Tan. On Monday afternoon, the slainjailer’s mother, Yvonne, called for justice as she maintained that her28-year-old son was innocent of any crime. He added that they are looking intofour angles, including illegal drugs, in the killing of Vargas just beforemidnight on Friday in Barangay Cabug here. According to Gamboa, these “senselessacts” planted fear, anxiety and apprehensions among the people of Bacolod. BACOLOD City – The SangguniangPanlungsod here has ordered an investigation on the killing of jail officerJayvee Jason Vargas who was shot to death in an ambush last week. “The assailants really intended tokill Vargas. Based on the bullets found inside the vehicle, Vargas who wasdriving was really the target,” Pico said. Lieutenant Colonel Ariel Pico, BCPOspokesman, earlier said the investigation of Police Station 9 is ongoing andpersons of interest have already been identified. “To President (Rodrigo) Duterte andVice President (Leni Robredo). Our family is asking for your help to attainjustice for our son. He is innocent. This is so unfair and very painful to us,”she told reporters./PN Gamboa pointed out the last unanimousresolution of the city council calls for the condemnation on the killingof Yao and for its immediate investigation and resolution as provided forin approved Resolution Number 198 Series of 2019. “The city council has been callingthese law enforcement agencies to resolve – at the earliest possible time – thehigh crimes committed in this city,” Councilor Wilson Gamboa Jr. , author ofthe resolution, said.
The Nigeria Football Federation has resolved to adopt Points Per Game format for the 2019/2020 league season.The football body in a statement on Friday stated that the adoption of PPG was after a holistic consideration of all the issues affecting the leagues, including the status of the leagues before the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic. The statement said: “The impact of the pandemic-induced disruptions, the health, safety and movement restrictive measures in the country, the potential protocols for football resumption, the costs, the financial status of the leagues and clubs, CAF calendar and resolutions of the various leagues were taking into consideration.“The NPFL ends at current Matchday 25 and the Points Per Game (PPG) table will be used to rank the teams in order to ensure sporting merit and sporting fairness.“The names of the Top 3 (three) clubs on the NPFL final PPG table as at Matchday 25 shall be submitted to CAF to represent Nigeria in the 2020/2021 CAF Inter-Club competitions (2 slots for CAF Champions League and 1 Slot for CAF Confederation Cup).“There will be no promotion to, or relegation from, NPFL for the 2019/2020 season.”Meanwhile, the NPFL 2020/2021 season is slated to kick off from September/October 2020 and end May 2021 subject to the full reopening of the country and the approval of the health authorities. The Nigeria Football Federation has also declared the Nigeria National League 2019/2020 season, which is at Match day 3 to 5, and has been on break since December 17, 2019 null and void, saying there will be no promotion to or relegation from NNL.The NNL 2020/2021 season will start from September/October 2020 and end May 2021 subject to the full reopening of the country and the approval of the health authorities.The NFF also promised to work with the NNL, participating clubs and other stakeholders to ensure a successful fresh start from September/October 2020.The Nigeria Women Football League, the NationWide League 2019/2020 season and the Aiteo Cup have also been aborted.The 2019 AITEO Cup Winners will be presented to CAF for the 2020/2021 CAF Inter-Club competition, while Nigeria’s second slot in the CAF Confederation Cup is reserved for Federation Cup winners. The AITEO Cup 2020/2021 season is to start from September/October 2020 and end May 2021 subject to the full reopening of the country and the approval of the health authorities.All dates for the 2020/2021season to start are subject to the directives of the Federal Government in line with COVID-19 protocols.In addition, the full enforcement of licensing regulations and financial controls for the NPFL will commence from the 2020/2021 season.All clubs are required to comply, failing which they will be barred from participating.RelatedPosts COVID-19: NCAA to revoke erring airlines licence over non-compliance FRSC to Schools: We’ll arrest, prosecute drivers who flout COVID-19 rules Sanwo-Olu: We’re committed to fulfilling promises to Lagosians The Nigeria Football Federation will formally take the resolutions to the next General Meeting of its Congress for ratification.In the meantime, these resolutions have been formally communicated to the Federal Ministry of Youth and Social Development.Tags: CAF Champions LeagueCAF Confederations CupCOVID-19Nigeria Football FederationNigeria Nationwide LeagueNigeria Professional Football LeagueNigeria Women’s Football League
That performance appears to have been the final straw for coach Declan Kidney, who has named injury doubt Jonathan Sexton and the inexperience Paddy Jackson and Ian Madigan as his three fly-half options for Saturday’s game at the Aviva Stadium. Ulster’s Jackson only won his first cap against Scotland and struggled with his goal-kicking while Madigan, of Leinster, has yet to represent his country. Sexton, meanwhile, seems unlikely to feature after team manager Mick Kearney on Thursday rated his chances as “somewhat less than 50-50”. Like Sexton, locks Mike McCarthy and Donnacha Ryan and wing Craig Gilroy are included in the party despite struggling with injuries, but centre Darren Cave and under-20 back Robbie Henshaw miss out due to concussion. Ronan O’Gara has been left out of Ireland’s extended 32-man squad for next weekend’s RBS 6 Nations clash with France. The fly-half, 36 next week, is Ireland’s most capped player with 128 appearances but has been in poor form this season. After struggling against England in week two of the championship, and for Munster against Llanelli during the rest week, O’Gara’s dreadful cross-kick deep in his own half was highlighted as Ireland lost to Scotland last weekend. Press Association
Press Association Over on the far side Mouse Morris’ consistent First Lieutenant, a winner at Aintree, also had a chance but the 2-1 favourite Sir Des Champs held on by three-quarters of a length from Long Run, with First Lieutenant just behind in third. Willie Mullins was winning the race for the first time in 11 years since Florida Pearl took the spoils. Sir Des Champs hung on grimly in a thrilling finish to the Bet Online With thetote.com Punchestown Gold Cup as Long Run and First Lieutenant came storming home. Davy Russell made a positive move down the back straight, taking up the running off Long Run at the third-last and going two lengths clear . There was not much between Sir Des Champs and Long Run at Cheltenham and yet again the pair proved they were closely matched, because as Sir Des Champs began to tire Long Run was coming hard at him after the last.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez will dip into the transfer market next month to provide cover for striker Arouna Kone and midfielder Darron Gibson, both of whom are out with long-term knee injuries. “We are going to use the window in January to try to help the team because we lost two players for the long term,” said the Spaniard. “Arouna and Darron are two very important players for us so we will try to see if we can identify one or two players that can help the group. “We have been working hard to identify who can help the group and that is what we are looking for in January.” Martinez admits his initial fears Kone would not recover from an operation to repair damaged cartilage in time to play a part in the remainder of the season have materialised. “Arouna started the first part of his recovery and it is going to be long-term, as expected,” he added. “I don’t think we are going to see Arouna this season. “If we can get him back for the final two months he will have done really well. “There was a big chunk of cartilage that had to be repaired in his knee. “In the same manner we are hoping we can see Darron Gibson before the season ends but clearly it is a long-term injury as well.” Press Association The Toffees boss has virtually ruled out Kone’s return before the end of the campaign with Gibson also seemingly likely to struggle to be back in the current season. It leaves Martinez’s squad short on numbers and he will strengthen when the transfer window opens.
“We know we are good enough. “There are only positives you can take from Man United. It has not gone the way we wanted and we could have picked up more points.” It was Sunderland’s first clean sheet since they were hammered 8-0 at Southampton last month and they host Chelsea on Saturday. And boss Gus Poyet, who made 145 appearances for Chelsea, has challenged the Black Cats to end the Blues’ unbeaten Barclays Premier League run. “I think from now until the end of the season it is going to be like that for every single team,” he said. “Everyone is going to try to be the one to beat Chelsea first. “We have an opportunity, let’s see if we can take it. We need to be spot on, not make any mistakes, be organised and be brave on the ball so we are not defending all the time. “There’s plenty of things you need to do very well on the day but we have done that in the past.” The Foxes captain insisted the £8million record signing is not to blame for their goal woes after Saturday’s 0-0 draw with Sunderland. They have not netted in five straight games with their last strike coming in the 2-2 draw with Burnley on October 4. Ulloa was ineffective again against the Black Cats and has not scored in seven games after bagging five in his first five outings. Morgan said: “It’s not just down to Leonardo on his own. It’s a team effort. We’ve all got to chip in and no-one’s scoring at the moment. “Someone else needs to score to take the pressure off him, off the strikers, off the team. I’m sure once that happens the goals will start flooding in. “He hasn’t had a clear-cut chance of late. He is still working hard for the team. His performances have been great. He’s just not getting that chance and I feel for him. “He’s working so hard for the team. His performance all round was fantastic and he set up two good chances.” The point ended a run of four straight defeats for Nigel Pearson’s side but they have not won since beating Manchester United 5-3 in September. Morgan added: “We had a tough start and did so well. Maybe other teams looked at us and thought: ‘Right, they’re going to go on and do good things.’ “That’s not been the case. We’ve stuttered since then. We need to find our confidence again, our belief. I’m sure once we start scoring again it will be back to normal. Wes Morgan defended Leonardo Ulloa after Leicester extended their goalless streak to 500 minutes. Press Association