Los Monologos de La Vagina Begins Off-Broadway

first_img Kate del Castillo and Angélica Vale will appear in the show May 6 through June 1. They will be joined May 6 through May 11 by Miriam Colón. From May 14, Vale’s mother, Angélica María, will board the production. Further casting will be announced at a later date. Based on interviews with a diverse group of women—from a Long Island antique dealer to a Bosnian refugee—The Vagina Monologues brazenly explores the humor, power, pain, wisdom, outrage, mystery and excitement hidden in vaginas. The original production played over 1300 performances from 1999 to 2003 at the Westside Theatre. Los Monólogos de la Vagina will be modeled after the current Mexico City production, now in its 14th year. Los Monólogos de la Vagina, a Spanish version of Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues, begins performances on May 6 at the Westside Theatre, the show’s original off-Broadway home. Opening night is set for May 18. The production is directed by Jaime Matarredona. Los Monologos de la Vagina View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on June 15, 2014 Related Showslast_img read more

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How to mentally recharge when you can’t get away

first_imgLet’s face it: we all need to get away once in a while. Unfortunately sometimes we don’t have the luxury of taking time away from the office. Whether it’s because you’ve used up your vacation days or you’re just too busy at work, not getting in real time away from the office can be a drag. Even if an actual vacation isn’t in the near future, follow these tips for mentally recharging when you can’t get away.Change your sceneryAlthough you can’t be on the beach with your toes in the sand, you can still do certain things to your surroundings to positively affect your mood. Start small and rearrange your work space for a clear head and a fresh start. De-clutter your desk, add a small plant, or bring in a personal photo to brighten your day. If you are able to move around the office more freely, grab a seat by the window or work outside in the sunshine.Reset your scheduleIf you’re feeling burnt out and in need of a vacation, chances are it’s a result of your monotonous schedule. We thrive on regime and structure, but everyone needs a break from time to time. If you can’t take a trip out of town, do little things in your life to break up your routine. Take your lunch break at a different time each day. Work out in the morning instead of after work. Moving your routine around ever so slightly can help you to feel refreshed and can break you out of the predictable patterns that are causing you to feel unmotivated.Get unpluggedFor most of us, turning off our devices and really stepping away from technology are major perks of vacation time. But, just because you can’t take a trip doesn’t mean you can’t unplug at various times during the day. Constantly feeling connected can make us feel overwhelmed and edgy. So, instead of scrolling through social media during downtime, get outdoors! Enjoy quality family time and engage with one another personally. You’ll be amazed how much better you’ll feel just by simply stepping back from the swiping and scrolling. 26SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Wendy Moody Wendy Moody is a Senior Editor with CUInsight.com. Wendy works with the editorial team to help edit the content including current news, press releases, jobs and events. She keeps … Web: www.cuinsight.com Detailslast_img read more

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Don Meinders

first_imgHe was also preceded in death by his parents; brother, Charles Meinders; and sisters, Dorothy Meinders and Leona Meinders Winton. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Monday, January 1, 2018 at the funeral home, with Rev. Francis J. “Frank” Eckstein officiating. He was a U.S. Army veteran, serving from February 10, 1954 to December 2, 1955. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday, December 31, 2017 at Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home, 707 S. Main St. in Milan. Interment will be at Saint Paul Lutheran Cemetery in Milan. He was born September 16, 1928, in Milan, the son of Charles and Lula (Grothman) Meinders.  In August of 1961, he married Betty Hollingsworth, and she preceded him in death on June 26, 1978. Don was a lifelong farmer. Don was an avid boys and girls high school basketball fan and enjoyed reminiscing about the Milan ’54 team and supporting the current teams.  He was also an avid supporter of 4-H, he took pride in watching his children and grandchildren exhibit their projects.center_img Don is survived by his sons, Jeff Meinders and wife, Leah, and Jarred Meinders, all of Milan; daughters, Ginny Yorn and husband, Kirk, of Batesville, Jackie Meinders and wife, Vanessa, of Columbus, Chelsa Dwenger and husband, Melvin, of Osgood, and Christal Musser and husband, Curtis, of Otterbein; sister, Alethea Meinders of Milan; grandchildren, Chad Meinders, Heath Meinders, Garrett Yorn, Ian Yorn, Maverick Dwenger, Baylee Dwenger, Clark Dwenger, Shayla Meinders, Carlee Musser, Catie Musser and Clayton Musser; great-grandchildren, Chase Meinders, Blake Meinders and Kylee Meinders. Don Meinders, 89, of Milan, passed away Thursday, December 28, 2017. He was a member of the Milan American Legion Post No. 235. Don graduated from Milan High School in 1947. Memorial contributions may be made to the Milan American Legion Post No. 235 Scholarship or the Ripley County4-H Corporation, in care of the funeral home. Online condolences may be shared with Don’s family at www.lawscarrmoore.com.last_img read more

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Hammers wait on Jenkinson fitness

first_img Club-record signing Andy Carroll has already been sidelined for up to four months with an ankle injury, having missed a similar spell at the start of the previous campaign, while fans are still opposed to the style of football they have seen from the Hammers this pre-season. Allarydce has also had to contend with midfielder Ravel Morrison’s arrest on allegations of two counts of common assault on his ex-girlfriend and her mother. The England Under-21 international was freed on Monday after originally being denied bail and is due to appear at Manchester Magistrates’ Court on Thursday, with his future at West Ham potentially in question depending upon the outcome. Sunday’s defeat to Malaga was the third loss in four games, with only a penalty shoot-out win over hosts Schalke on Saturday bucking the trend. With Carroll sent home from New Zealand, West Ham went on to lose both games they played on the tour, having drawn at Stevenage and Ipswich beforehand. A final pre-season friendly against Sampdoria on Saturday could see new signing Enner Valencia make his debut, with London rivals Tottenham the first visitors to Upton Park when the new Barclays Premier League campaign gets under way a week later. West Ham manager Sam Allardyce will be hoping his pre-season woes are not set to continue as the club await an assessment on an injury to defender Carl Jenkinson. The 22-year-old Arsenal loanee, signed just last Thursday, endured a debut to forget as the Hammers lost 2-0 to Malaga in the Schalke 04 Cup on Sunday. Jenkinson conceded a first-half penalty before a hamstring injury forced him off and now Allardyce will be hoping for a rare dose of good news as he sweats on the results of a scan to see if the issue will rule the England full-back out of the start of the new season. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

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