8 Burst results for "Abby Theaters"

"abby theaters" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"abby theaters" Discussed on Le Show

"Fell dealt apologized individually and as a group deadline houston beat abby theaters managing director issued a statement apologizing for the handling of abuse allegations against the former artistic director gregory boyd who renounced his retirement earlier this month after a allegations of summa miss behavior on boyd's part more than twenty current and former ellie employs have told the houston chronicle that boyd's twenty eight year tenure the theater was tainted by abusive behaviour particularly toward young actresses imagine that the alley was under pressure from it on employees and donors after refusing to answer the media's questions by boys retirement which was announced january nights on behalf of the le theater we apologise recent events and the actions that led to these new stories we recognize the lack of transparency has been viewed negatively we should have handled differently we politized those impacted the alley staff patrons donors press and of the city of houston that i mentioned we repel addressing the donors unquote now with that dateline albany new york brooklyn state senator martin golden apologized on friday for controversial remarks he made this week that opioids are no longer quote a ghetto drug unquote when he went was offended by my choice of words regarding the heroin and opioids traces feature week at facing our state i sincerely apologise had golden a republican and former cop and the us olympic committee has apologized for the sexual abuse and assault of team usa athletes worse than our worst fears the chief executive officer of the usoc apologize to athletes announced the organization will launch an independent investigation.

abby theaters assault heroin martin golden senator brooklyn new york ellie director Fell usoc chief executive officer houston le theater houston chronicle gregory boyd managing director twenty eight year
"abby theaters" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"abby theaters" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"The scots warm things up on january 25th by celebrating the birthday of their favorite son poet robert burns folk singer jim malcolm recommends going to a burns night supper if you're invited it's just all the good stuff people wear the kilts plea bike pipes people drink whisky the hike is the dance the sing the tell jokes homegrown poet and playwright told a special place in the hearts of the irish wb eight help start dublin's abby theater gave ireland its voice in the early 20th century he can of reinvented ireland almost at a time when we were in a very don timely just after the famine william butler yeats give us a pride back and explore the places that inspired mystery writer agatha christie at her home town in turkey southernengland not only being a bestselling author but having so many accomplishments as well one of which incidentally was being a very charming accommodating and loving grandmother meet agatha christie's granza and celebrate the birds of ireland and scotland on today's travel with rick steve's that people of ireland and great britain hold a special place in their hearts for the poyton authors who told the stories of their lambs today on travel with rick steve's will get in the spirit of robert burns day like they do in scotland and the grandson of mystery writer agatha christie takes us into her world and the south of england and takes your calls at eight seven seven three three three seven four to five for such a small country ireland's literary impact is profound poet w b yeats was the first irishman to win the nobel prize and literature beckoned linked team 23 as we're about to find out gate poetry also helps set the stage for the newly independent republic of ireland the only place i've ever seen a poet working as a street pescar was in dublin never forget this guy he was like a street musician but he did poems by request only in ireland what is it about poetry in general that the irish are so enthusiastic about to explore that and specifically the poetry of wb gates we're joined by berry maloney and steve.

robert burns jim malcolm dublin abby theater ireland agatha christie scotland rick steve britain england nobel prize berry maloney william butler writer
"abby theaters" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"abby theaters" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Could conceive of writing sound only uses remarkable headed you discover her work well i was interested in the fact that i could not thing amc of a single irish female play right after lady gregory and then i you know and i say after lady gregory because she was a hugely significant figure standing shoulder to shoulder with yates at the start of the abby theater so i said there must be some and i just took out of an a chronology of all of the plays that had been produced at the abbey and for fifty years and i looked for the names of women are her plays known wellknown in ireland today now it went to the extent that they are it's because of the work of them in theater so that's the only reason that they've even been published yes there well you have to there two books two volumes of her plays and these are because of of what you've done there she in 1930 six her her bestknown play katie roach was done at the abbey and resulted in that was published in an anthology famous plays of nineteen thirty six and that resulted in a macmillan publication of three plays of the king of spain's daughter which is one of the places in the suitcase katie roach and hurled one other fulllength play that we have not produced called the wild goose and in the you've now published his books as a publication of the men theater writer theresa de be reclaimed i'm speaking with jonathan bank who is the artistic director of the men theater and also the director of.

lady gregory yates abby theater ireland katie roach spain writer director theresa de jonathan fifty years
"abby theaters" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:29 min | 4 years ago

"abby theaters" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Restaurant and say hi to robert dodge the managing partner they're send my love that places like having dinner more they're open for dinner i don't know if there any day sailed for lunch we always go for dinner but it's like walking in victorian that line if you want a perfect day start your day at the book of gels an march around trinity college which is an amazing experience last time i was there there was a big pulse of because the person i thought whose name was of fines is actually pronounced race finds that something i learned actually learned that at the trocadero restaurant uh because on the walls are the photos frames photos of so many actors who frequent the place the many of whom have performed at the abbey or the talk which is the downstairs theater at the abbey theater historic abby theater and that's like wait after you've played on grafton street so if you're at the go to the partnership it's morning because you when the end at the irish you see a time of day when yet they're ready for it now alone that you've been associated with the irish whiskey museum morris the but not i'm not accurate with the company all about long long joined in january of your boat to me peter thick media here pick up the phone a popularly go from here you said quite true as part of africa felt of adam of whisky rope acquired temple bar building pretty sampler really on bringing up in the atmosphere quake crybaby various wealth oh well i'm loving life here while because there are some trinity college being one dublin city college being another and there are others arab end because people who are from missile in a poor community someone and as well as those in europe find their way to done in so i don't know if the statistics change but the last time i looked more than fifty percent of the people in dublin are under twenty five years old really ribhi young demographic at the moment care arab good job everything for you bill maher here we have a lot of good.

managing partner irish whiskey museum adam dublin city college dublin robert dodge abbey theater historic abby th peter africa europe bill maher twenty five years fifty percent
"abby theaters" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"abby theaters" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Well you know what tell you if you've got to budget stories cause i know there are a lot of pockets that have to be filled and places that that money has to bulk so you know those keep your budget small you can fly from all taught with ryan their who almost plays you to get on the play and you fly into double and and now i'm if you've got a little time spend the nighter to have some fun a double and go to the abby theater that i get injured there's you to people all over the place and make it easier for you know you know if if you need those introductions of a very happy but then you fly they're lingers is now flying from double in the hartford connecticut bradley international airport that's an hour and fifteen minutes from berkshire county were were based or you can avoid the boston which is two hours or you can fight to new york city or the into jeff kent the five jeff to credit for give me all you people _a_j of okay but of all the airports of the area you are the most difficult and for a thousand and one reasons of he'll have the most competitive players they're generally because there is has competition no like airports easier to work with and then certainly probably just stop of a jump up the road at wherever you lambs we will come infection okay and thank you to me people and berkshire county because there's a followed they met pet and that's father arthur pead was the academy award winning director me directed body and clyde getting any directed the miracle worker what academy awards.

abby theater hartford connecticut bradley i berkshire county boston arthur pead director clyde ryan new york jeff kent academy awards fifteen minutes two hours
"abby theaters" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:11 min | 5 years ago

"abby theaters" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"On tuesday for second me tell well he told that's all of from the okay yeah guided education you know when i got my educational mo hitos where not some place by they used to go for on it nice was it is not was cam it was can at at of all places from hotels it was a call the pal a step for the it used to be even okay hope and some guy border does daughters they were stephanie i always say the they've dipped from a and it was the bartender there i interviewed and i got into its occasion amo hitos yeah yeah kind of you whatever's right quad one of our signature cocktails is a multi so what makes him special so we weekly we of a problem blaster from venezuela in rome who works on the team here so he decided enough lot of our kontos honor menu it was particular passion of his so that's why we have quarters on our list well you are yeah is the after that really helped me any time i have been in this hotel and it you know did not the be like some places friday night the place comes to life this places a man house every fight in your bar yeah divisions my phone kept his from about it talk of even it's about two am in the morning is that because people are text me looking for table are looking for three art guaranteed another bring in friends of one of the impressed so three terse to to sunday my form comes alive well and a buddy that's regular hear anybody that we've come across you know no i have my number to text me and calling arms the kids to what's up me any time now yeah that's how it works yeah suite havoc assistant maybe you know i know because i you know and you've got die hard rocky have fate next door so it's theory you would think that would be packed and maybe it is but we have come back from you know from going to some place for dinner are to go into the abby theater are going to be saw the three tener is here at one of the big arenas.

rome abby theater venezuela
"abby theaters" Discussed on WNYC

WNYC

03:12 min | 5 years ago

"abby theaters" Discussed on WNYC

"You know in mccafferty is powerful new play quietly two min walk into a bell fastball arm but what happens next is no joke and it's not very quiet they're meeting to talk about what happened in that far some forty years before an event that change both their lives the play which is originated which originated the abby theater and double and is now once each at the irish rep on west twenty second street where it's just been extended with this original cast patrick cocaine depth when cullen and rob it so what skinny two it's going to be running until september twenty fifth and i'm very pleased to welcome all cast member sore shown today hello patrick you play jimmy who seems angry from the minute we for see him to story well thirty five years before he lost his father not for a pump and heat this is the first time he's going to make it perpetrated that act and and gift when you play in the man who perpetrated that act you call the meeting yeah yet in as the one who has a so just of the meeting needed to meet him and jimmy is gonna decides to the meetings should take place on the very it about it was the event up they were both sixteen years old in nineteen seventy four win this event happened they did they know each other ever and and they haven't met before they meet in the bar this is a first time of the match the bother meeting in as you say was the isn't as the jimmy's regular bar it seems a yeah yeah and and has as they haven't been there no he mentions in the cause of the fear that he has stood out suddenly looks from the outside but he has never ventured inside those meeting their give jimmy an advantage because its home turf he i hope so well he set up both i kind of punishment for him but it turns into per victory for jimmy until robert you play the bartenders polish and also named robert why uses nationality significant other alot of polish immigrants and bell fast well yes there's a lot of beauchemin grants inbound tossed an island in the notre minus well and england on that the significant because most because roberts has it i wish life and polish gotten into play he also some very complicated personal relationships and and i would say also the poland and island are pretty similar conscious in some way soon knots the significance for me is similar to play there's a lot of complex in poland on the play and a problem the plate is between catholics and produce numbers for touchdowns as well and then of course they share soccer the pars tv is showing a soccer match between poland and northern ireland just a coincidence there was a match the real matching two thousand twelve and to comes in town which uncommon an ocean island.

mccafferty thirty five years sixteen years twenty second twenty fifth forty years two min
"abby theaters" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:42 min | 5 years ago

"abby theaters" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"At least had a medical bills pay their trade so they're going to call class action part of the name it's a punt but the opposing council is this reed is for lawyers it turned a ceo one of the lawyers has a woman and the idea is all of the match additions that they go through to try and the new for about what's going on and it it it the play it's not about play it's not beverley written some beverley acted the problem is is that the only woman in the cast who is riddle inch point him and they debut her he has a you know as a dragon is in the court room she is completely unrelenting in successful is miscast you never have the suns when you see born which should produce over this weekend elise the of the condone but have been a much better trust the swimming this is ok it's just you never believed that should go for somebody structure which you have to but other than that i mean it's an interesting play it's it's fun to watch it doesn't them much scenery the acting is pretty good said the real problem is that the the protagonist the person out that you're supposed to believe is the really scary person is is a woman who is not very scary so but if it were thing i had a lee isn't the as the production from the abby theatre about the irish wrap which is just done a huge renovation that took a lot longer than expected and i'm sure cost more money it's three people in a cast and because it's the abby theatre you're gonna have it sure we're accustomed hearing not only to irish accents but the polish accident.

ceo beverley suns lee abby theatre