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Frank Wood & More Set for Signature Plays Off-Broadway

Frank Wood & More Set for Signature Plays Off-Broadway

first_img The company has been set for Signature Theatre’s Signature Plays, a presentation of Edward Albee’s The Sandbox, María Irene Fornés’ Drowning and Adrienne Kennedy’s Funnyhouse of a Negro. The ensemble cast will include Tony winner Frank Wood, Phyllis Somerville and Tony nominees Alison Fraser and Sahr Ngaujah.Tickets are now available for performances, which will run from May 3 through June 12 at The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre at The Pershing Square Signature Center, where it will open on May 22. Lila Neugebauer will direct the production. All three plays were produced during their respective author’s Playwright-in-Residence season at the company. This marks the first time the three will be performed together.Wood, a Tony winner for Side Man, recently appeared on Broadway in Hughie; he returns to Signature after their revival of Angels in America. Somerville has appeared on screen in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and on Broadway in Once in a Lifetime. Fraser earned Tony nominations for The Secret Garden and Romance/Romance; her additional Broadway credits include Gypsy and Tartuffe. Ngaujah received a Tony nod for his leading performance in Fela!, which marked his Broadway debut. He also appeared in Signature’s The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek.Rounding out the cast are Nicholas Bruder (Angel Reapers), Crystal Dickinson (You Can’t Take It With You), Pia Glenn (You’re Welcome America), Ryan-James Hatanaka (Big Love), Mikeah Ernest Jennings (World of Wires), January LaVoy (Seven Guitars) and April Matthis (Hollow Roots). View Comments View All (4) Star Files Sahr Ngaujah Show Closed This production ended its run on June 19, 2016 Related Showscenter_img April Matthis Signature Plays Phyllis Somerville Frank Wood Frank Wood(Photo: Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images)last_img read more

Hurricane watch in parts of Atlantic Canada as Dorian moves up US

Hurricane watch in parts of Atlantic Canada as Dorian moves up US

first_imgThe Canadian Press HALIFAX — Hurricane Dorian has moved off North Carolina as a Category 1 storm and is on a path that would take it into Atlantic Canada on Saturday.The Canadian Hurricane Centre says a hurricane watch is in effect for all of Nova Scotia and tropical storm watches are in effect for southeastern New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, the Magdalen Islands and western Newfoundland.The most likely track projection brings Hurricane Dorian south of the Maritimes on Saturday, with the storm pushing through eastern Nova Scotia Saturday night, and then over the eastern Gulf of St. Lawrence or western Newfoundland by Sunday morning.The forecast is calling for severe winds and torrential rain, with a major impacts for southeastern New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, western Newfoundland and Quebec’s Lower North Shore.Large waves are expected for the Atlantic coasts of Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and for eastern portions of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, while a storm surge, combined with large waves and pounding surf, may cause flooding in parts of Nova Scotia, P.E.I., Newfoundland, and the Magdalen Islands.Tropical storm force winds of 90 to 110 kilometres per hour are expected Saturday morning over southwestern Nova Scotia and in the afternoon over eastern parts of the province before moving on in the evening to P.E.I., the Magdalen Islands and southwestern Newfoundland.The highest rainfall amounts — 50 to 100 millimetres — are expected over Nova Scotia, P.E.I. and the Magdalen Islands.last_img read more