Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Feb. 9, 2014 View Comments Who doesn’t want to see a drama about a messed up family to make themselves feel better about their own nearest and dearest, right? Well, you’re in luck because tickets are now on sale for the world premiere of rising playwright Jake Jeppson’s new family drama The Clearing. Directed by Josh Hecht, the limited engagement will play January 14 through February 9. The Clearing is the story of two brothers bound together by a terrible secret they’ve been hiding for 18 years. The Ellis family is in many ways a typical American family. But the love they share is intense, all-consuming, even obliterating. When a handsome stranger inserts himself into this tight-knit circle, mother and sons must discover if they have the courage to shatter the bond that has kept them unmoving for two decades and risk the unknown. The Clearing Is there a difference between loving someone and living for them? Head to the Theater at St. Clements to find out! The cast of The Clearing features Allison Daugherty as Ella Ellis, Brian McManamon as Les Ellis, Gene Gallerano as Peter and Brian P. Murphy as Chris Ellis.
RelatedPosts Serbia-based Nigerian basketballer slumps, dies after training NBBF celebrates Nigerian Arizona Women Basketball player of the Decade Pray for Nigeria during Ramadan — NBBF Musa Kida, President of the Nigeria Basketball Federation on Monday in Abuja insisted that the federation was not having any leadership crisis.Speaking after he and some NBBF board members had a meeting with Sunday Dare, the Minister of Youths and Sports Development, Kida said there was only one NBBF president presently.He said: “The Nigeria Basketball Federation has only one president and that is Musa Kida. You can go and confirm that on FIBA website.“It is only the one who gets invited to the FIBA world congress that is the recognised leader of the board.“As a matter of fact, the recognition of Nigeria as the Best Improved Women’s National Team by FIBA was handed to me as NBBF president.“There could be problems of different opinions on how to do things and I acknowledge that there are challenges, but there is no leadership tussle.”Asked where he stood on the purported leadership crisis, Dare told reporters that he was being briefed on the matter and other matters by his team.He said: “It’s just about 32 to 33 days that I assumed office and I am still being briefed by all my directors at the ministry. I am also meeting with the federations.“I met with the NFF on Friday and we had a fruitful discussion and today I have met with the NBBF. We have some housekeeping matters to discuss.“I am going to leave it at that. We are aware of what is happening but above all we have our eyes at the tip of the spear because what is important at this point is the success of our team.“We will discuss every important issue and look for ways to resolve them.” Nigeria moved up 10 places in the recently-released FIBA rankings and Kida said he was not surprised, following the antecedents of the national teams at recent tournaments.He said: “The latest FIBA ranking does not come to me as a surprise. We promised when we came in that we were going to make Nigeria basketball’s best destination in Africa.“Our female team came eighth in the world at the 2018 FIBA Women’s World Cup, thus becoming the first team from Africa to reach the knock-out stage.” Tags: NBBF
Martin Lycka – Regulatory high temperatures cancel industry’s ‘silly season’ August 11, 2020 GVC hires ‘comms pro’ Tessa Curtis to re-energise media profile August 25, 2020 GVC absorbs retail shocks as business recalibrates for critical H2 trading August 13, 2020 Related Articles Share StumbleUpon FTSE250 GVC Holdings has confirmed that its executive committee members will take a 20% pay cut, while some staff have agreed to also forego bonus payments for 2020.GVC’s Board and remuneration committee stated that it ‘would be appropriate’ for both the Board of Directors and Executive Committee to take a voluntary reduction in basic salary and fees for three months.Bonus payments were due to be voted on at GVC’s Annual General Meeting which was due to take place yesterday, however, this has been postponed as a result of the pandemic.It comes as the group looks to mitigate the impact of the global pandemic on its overall business strategy. During April, GVC governance predicted that its EBITDA could fall by £50m per month, which is a significant drop from the initial £100m predicted in March. The drop came after the gambling group continued to initiate a number of mitigating actions in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.The group noted that despite a strong performance at the beginning of the year, the closure of retail outlets and the widespread cancellation of sports has ‘significantly reduced revenue from mid-March’. Share Submit