Show Closed This production ended its run on June 25, 2017 Sweat Alison Wright is joining the cast of Sweat on Broadway. Wright, who is known for her role on FX’s The Americans, will play Jessie, a part played in the Public Theater off-Broadway run of the play by Miriam Shor. The Broadway transfer of the Lynn Nottage drama, directed by Kate Whoriskey, will begin performances at Studio 54 on March 4 with opening night is set for March 26.In addition to her role as FBI secretary Martha Hanson on four seasons The Americans, Wright will be a series regular in the network’s new anthology series Feud: Bette and Joan from Ryan Murphy premiering March 5. Her other screen credits include Sneaky Pete, Confirmation and The Accountant. She has appeared off-Broadway in Marie & Bruce and Rafta Rafta.Sweat follows a group of friends and co-workers on the line of a factory floor. Amidst a series of layoffs, the once-amicable colleagues find themselves pitted against each other and question their trust as they fight to keep their jobs.Wright joins a cast that features Johanna Day, Carlo Alban, James Colby, Khris Davis, John Earl Jelks, Will Pullen, Lance Coadie Williams and Michelle Wilson. View Comments Alison Wright (Photo: Bruce Gilkas) Related Shows
Outdoor adventure is cool – literally – in Bath County,Virginia. At more than 2,000 feet above sea level, the mountain breezes arerefreshing, often sending a shiver down your back when you’re working up asweat doing what you love. All of Bath County is a playground for an enthusiast like yourself. Which path will you take? Elevate your vantage point by heading out on horseback.Horse campsites are available at Douthat State Park, which offers six miles oftrails to connect with the Allegheny Highlands Multi-User Trail System. Road cyclists find thrills on the winding back roads of BathCounty. Peaceful and scenic, you can set the pace to be as carefree or zippy asyou want. Route 39 is the Appalachian Waters Scenic Byway running east to westfrom Lexington to Summersville, West Virginia. The Dan Ingalls Overlook atopWarm Springs Mountain is a favorite place to catch your breath and soak in theviews of the valley below. Don’t let an opportunity for mountain adventures pass you by. Plan your getaway at DiscoverBath.com to create your own Made in Bath County outdoor experiences. With 40 miles of hiking and biking trails in Douthat State Park, it’s an ideal place to begin an adventure. Those 40 miles are but a tip of the iceberg, however. Test the beast within you and connect those trails to the rest of the Allegheny Highlands Multi-User Trail System for a total of 63.3 miles. Whether you tackle it on foot or bike, this system is anything but boring. Multiple loops, lengths, and access points allow adventurers to skirt around Douthat and into George Washington National Forest with ease. The solitude of fly-fishing mountain streams in search of primefish is serious business. Impressive native and stocked trout have been pulledfrom Jackson and Cowpasture Rivers as well as Back Creek through BlowingSprings Campground. Why let the fishermen have all the fun? Paddle your waythrough some of Virginia’s most beautiful mountain streams and across the flatwaters of the lakes of Bath County. Connect with an outfitter or bring your ownvessel to explore the Jackson River. Rentals are available to get on the waterat Lake Moomaw and Douthat State Park. Peruse the coves to see what awaits. Fishermen hungry for big bites cast their lines at Lake Moomaw for a chance at citation size brown and rainbow trout. Douthat State Park is also a great place to find a variety of trout, but large pike, catfish, yellow perch, and bass are also at home there. In fact, Virginia state record-sized yellow perch were twice pulled from Lake Moomaw, and the 1974 record of a seven-pound two-ounce chain pickerel caught at Moomaw still stands.
A camp was destroyed and two narco-terrorists suspected of belonging to the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) were arrested as the result of two clashes between units of the Panamanian National Border Service (Senafront) and Colombian irregulars. The clashes took place near the Tuira River in the jungle community of Madugandí, in the province of Darién, on the border with Colombia, at a camp that had been discovered previously. Panamanian security forces continue to seek other suspects believed to have succeeded in escaping in the direction of the Colombian border. After hearing the news, Security Minister José Raúl Mulino travelled to the province, where he indicated that he expects that an investigation will take place with regard to the two Colombians arrested. For his part, Frank Ábrego, the director of Senafront, said that the camp had a capacity of around 60 people and that there was dried food and other domestic items that, according to him, demonstrated that the place had been used by these individuals. With the death of “Cano” last week, for sure the FARC guerrilla group was 96% wiped out since all their low level guerrillas will leave the jungle, to reintegrate into Colombian society, and not keep on with an “absurd war” that’s been going on for 50 years, and no one knows why it’s going on, some said to achieve, in a few years, the POWER OR TAKEOVER OF THE GOVERNMENT, AND IMPLEMENT COMMUNISM OR SOCIAL CHANGE.. ALL THAT HAS GONE OUT OF STYLE.. It’s over, Today those who benefit are the HEADS OF THE SECRETARIAT THAT ARE IN THE BUSINESS OF WAR, WEAPONS, KIDNAPPINGS, BLACKMAILING, EXTORTIONS, DRUG TRAFFICKING, THAT BUSINESS OF RUNNING AROUND THE JUNGLE, MOUNTAINS, RIVERS, PIPES, UP AND DOWN… WITH 200 MILLION PESOS IN VERY SMALL BILLS.. NO ONE IN THE JUNGLE WILL GIVE YOU CHANGE FOR A 50,000 PESO BILL. THE COMPUTERS, MEMORIES, TOOLS, FOOD, SUPPLIES, MILITARY MATERIAL, TENTS, CAMPS, WOMEN, DRUGS, THE SMALL BILLS, REQUIRE A LOT OF TRUSTWORTHY PEOPLE, SERVANTS OR SERVILE, TO MANAGE ALL THAT STUFF LIKE A CIRCUS… EVERY TIME THE GREAT CHIEF “CANO” CHANGED HIS ADDRESS…. YOU NEED DOUBLE THE PEOPLE TO DO THE MANEUVER. AND THOSE WHO WATCH OVER WHAT’S BEING MOVED SHOULDN’T STEAL, THERE’S EVERYTHING IN THERE…., THE LEADERS ARE MOVING AROUND IN THE JUNGLE, EVERY DAY LIKE “CANO” AND MORE WHEN THEY KNOW THEY’RE BEING CLOSELY FOLLOWED…. The system of STATIONARY CAMPS WILL ALWAYS BE TEMPORARY, THEY’RE DISCOVERED LIKE THE ONES USED BY “REYES, AND THE MONO JOJOY” AND NOW THE ONE “CANO” OCCUPIED RECENTLY, THE ARMY, ITS INTELLIGENCE ARE ON TOP OF THINGS, NO MORE VISITS BY LAND, BY AIR, LIKE THE WAR AGAINST GUERRILLAS TODAY SHOULD BE… MORE THAN 50 HELICOPTERS ARE NEEDED PUT THEM ALL OVER COLOMBIA AT THE SAME TIME, PERMANENT BOMBING OF THE GUERRILLAS. By Dialogo November 04, 2011
Granted bail: Dexter ThompsonRemanded: Yelitza LopezSimone ThompsonA Guyanese woman along with her son and his Venezuelan fiancée were hauled before the court on Friday, to answer a string of charges involving the counterfeiting of large sums of United States (US) dollars.Charged were 40-year-old Simone Thompson; her son Dexter Thompson, 26; and his 26-year-old fiancée, Yelitza Lopez. The trio stood before Georgetown Magistrate Leron Daly to answer to separate charges at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.Simone Thompson denied the five charges, which detailed that between March 25, 2019 and April 28, 2019 at Georgetown, with intent to defraud, she uttered to Saheed Harrinarine, Ravindra Rajnauth, Ravindra Persaud, Monila Atkins and Mondell Smith US$3850 knowing the money was forged.Meanwhile, the younger Thompson also denied that between January 23, 2019, and May 14, 2019, at Georgetown, he uttered to Quills Optical and Omel Del Toro a total sum of US$4300, knowing same to be forged.Lopez was slapped with three charges, with the first alleging that on May 15, 2019 without lawful authorisation or excuse, she had in her possession a total of 44 forged US$50 bills.The other charges detailed that between January 23, 2019, and May 15, 2019, at Georgetown she uttered to Quills Optical and Rooklin Del Toro a total of US$4300 knowing same to be forged.The defendant, through an interpreter denied the charges.Police Prosecutor Sanj Singh did no object to bail for the Thompsons but requested that the court set out conditions if it is granted. However, the prosecutor objected to bail for Lopez on the grounds that she is not a Guyanese and poses a flight risk.Magistrate Daly released the Thompsons on $350,000 bail, while Lopez was remanded to prison. As a condition for bail the mother and son have to report to the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) Headquarter once per week until the completion of the case.The case will continue on June 14.