Directed by Noah Brody and Ben Steinfeld, the show stars Jessie Austrian, Noah Brody, Paul L. Coffey, Andy Grotelueschen, Liz Hayes, Claire Karpen, Jennifer Mudge, Patrick Mulryan, Ben Steinfeld and Emily Young. All the actors are reprising their roles in the Fiasco Theater stripped down production, which has played both at New Jersey’s McCarter Theatre Center and the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego. View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on April 12, 2015 Related Shows Wish granted! The Roundabout revival of Into the Woods begins performances off-Broadway on December 18. Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s classic musical will play at the Laura Pels Theatre in the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre, with opening night set for January 22, 2015. The production is scheduled to run through March 22. Into the Woods The beloved re-imagining of fairy tales centers on a childless Baker and his wife, who embark on a quest to find the four items required to break a witch’s spell: the cow as white as milk, the cape as red as blood, the hair as yellow as corn, and the slipper as pure as gold.
3SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr NAFCU President and CEO Dan Berger, in Bloomberg this week, touted the credit union difference in a discussion of the recent Wells Fargo scandal, citing issues with the bank’s corporate culture and the benefits of doing business with credit unions.Wells Fargo has been hit with $185 million in fines and restitution related to its employees’ reported opening of more than 1.5 million likely unauthorized consumer deposit accounts and more than 500,000 credit cards. “The frustration the American consumer has is: Here we are, we’re just out of the financial crisis, and here we go again,” Berger told Bloomberg. The fact that 5,300 employees lost their jobs in connection with this scandal points to a problem with the bank’s corporate culture, he added.The article explained the benefits of credit unions membership, such as lower and/or fewer fees, lower interest rates on loans and higher rates on savings accounts because all earnings from credit unions are returned to their member-owners.Bloomberg also noted in the influx of millennials joining credit unions. The article cited TransUnion data, which revealed that a quarter of credit unions’ new members in the first quarter of this year were millennials – up from 20 percent in 2013. continue reading » read more
Topics : The restrictions, which start on Thursday in the three regions, will not close businesses or schools.But Legault introduced restrictions like allowing only people living at the same address to be there at the same time. Libraries, movie theaters and museums will close and protesters will have to wear masks during demonstrations, he said.Earlier on Monday, Ontario, Canada’s most-populous province, reported a new daily high of 700 cases, with a bit more than a day’s worth of samples still pending at labs. The number of patients in hospital was also rising steadily, reaching 128, data showed.”We know that this wave will be more complicated, more complex, it will be worse than the first wave we faced earlier this year,” Ontario Premier Doug Ford told reporters in Toronto. The Ontario Hospital Association called on the province to bring back restrictions in some regions on indoor dining and bars, places of worship, weddings, gyms and other non-essential businesses.Canada garnered praise earlier this month after it reported zero coronavirus deaths for the first time since March. But health officials are now warning that some local authorities could be overwhelmed unless the wave of infections is curbed.In Alberta, where cases have also been rising, the provincial government postponed dozens of surgeries and imposed visiting restrictions at a Calgary hospital because of an outbreak. Twenty-six patients and 27 staff have confirmed infections and more than 100 staffers are in isolation. Four patients have died.Overall, cases in Canada rose by 1,454 to 153,125, while six more deaths took the total to 9,268, according to data released on Sunday. Quebec on Monday ordered new restrictions on bars and restaurants in coronavirus hot spots, while Ontario’s premier warned of a “more complex” second wave, as Canada’s two most-populous provinces saw big increases in COVID-19 cases.Quebec, the Canadian province hit hardest by the novel coronavirus, will curb social gatherings in homes and limit bar and restaurant service to takeout for 28 days in Montreal and two other regions, Premier Francois Legault said. It reported 750 new coronavirus cases on Monday.”It’s time to take action,” Legault told reporters in Montreal. “The situation is at the limit.” read more
A Donegal bar has been named among the Top Ten bars to visit before you die!The Beachcomber Bar in Rathmullan is well known by punters across Donegal.Now lovin.ie has named the bar as one of their top 10. Pull a seat up beside the fire – you could be here for a while1. Duffs Bar – Ardboe, TyroneThis tiny family-run bar is a favourite with locals along the shores of Lough Neagh – even though there’s only room for about 20 people.Traditional music sessions and quizzes aplenty, Duffs is about as cosy as it gets with plenty of local characters to spin a few yarns with. Get in there!2. Foxy John’s – Dingle, KerryHalf-pub, half-hardware shop, sure what more could you ever need in your life than that? This brilliant little bar in Dingle will let you sit and relax with a pint as they fix your bike. Top quality service.3. The Honk Bar – Newmarket, ClareLocated behind Shannon Airport, it would be easy to miss this little gem.John the Honk pulling the pints and if you’re lucky Mary might sort you out with a sausage sandwich.4. Johnny Joe’s, McCollam’s Bar – Cushendall, AntrimThey’re a hardy bunch up in the glens of Antrim, but Johnny Joe’s has a sterling reputation for good grub and trad music, and a beer garden if the weather allows you to chance one outside. 5. The Mills Inn – Ballyvourney, CorkDescribed as “one of the best kept secrets of the real Ireland in West Cork”, this beautiful little pub brews its own beer for its customers and has an unreal selection of food to choose from as well.6. Creedon’s, Top of Coom – Kilgarvan, KerryClaiming to be “Ireland’s highest pub” (there are a few who dispute this) Creedon’s burnt down in a fire in 2012, but reopened its doors in 2014 and attracts all the local punters. Proprietors Tim and Eileen Creedon are known for their warm welcomes down in this classic pub.7. Cleary’s – Miltown Malbay, ClareThe ultimate traditional music pub, Cleary’s is practically just a sitting room where a bunch of auld lads get together to drink whiskey and play a few tunes.Go in and make yourself home.8. Lily Finnegan’s – Cooley, LouthThe area around the Carlingford Lough is absolutely exquisite, and in the Cooley peninsula you’ll find this gem.9. The Three Jolly Pigeons – The Pigeons, WestmeathLocated about 10 minutes outside Athlone in an area known as “The Pigeons”, this place has the greatest open fire you could want and plenty of culchie banter to go with it. 10. Beachcomber Bar – Rathmullan, DonegalDonegal has some absolutely beautiful spots, and the Beachcomber is certainly one of the best of them.It has a beer garden to end all beer gardens with a class view over the Atlantic Ocean.We recommend you go immediately.Donegal bar named in Top 10 to visit before you die! was last modified: October 15th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) read more