David Rhodes’ Consent Will Receive Premiere Off-Broadway

first_imgConsent will premiere off-Broadway at The Black Box Theatre at the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre. The new play, penned and helmed by David Rhodes, will play a limited engagement beginning June 2; opening night is scheduled for June 11.The cast of Consent will include Catherine Curtin (Orange Is The New Black, The Lady of Dubuque, Love, Janis), Michael Goldstein (Belgrade Trilogy), Mark McCullough Thomas (Our Lady of 121st Street, Guiding Light) and Angela Pierce (You Don’t Know Jack, Unburden).Ron Sullivan, former pro-NFL player and award-winning architect, is experimenting with sexual freedom in his SoHo loft. Done with coming out and nearly divorced from his high school sweetheart, Ron has a chance encounter with Kurt, a hot Yale law student, that pushes him to the edge of his sexual boundaries…or beyond them. The passion that follows transforms both men, and ripples into the lives of Ron’s wife and his sister Emily. Emily questions the ethics and risks of sex games, but it’s ultimately up to the audience to determine who is seducing whom in the murky realm of power play and consent.The production will feature scenic design by Scott Tedmon-Jones, costume design by Izzy Fields, lighting design by John Eckert, sound design by Chad Raines, video design by Chelsie McPhilimy and props by Addison Herren.Consent is not a production of Roundabout Theatre Company although it is playing in a Roundabout space. View Commentslast_img read more

This house-sized apartment is king of Castle Hill featuring killer views

first_img High living in Art Deco luxury pad This house-sized apartment is for sale at 2/21 Hillside Crescent, Townsville City, for $1,425,000.PERCHED above Townsville City on the side of Castle Hill, this opulent unit is one of two uniquely designed, house-sized executive apartments.Boasting panoramic views of the city, Cleveland Bay, and the islands beyond — it has been purpose built for convenience and luxury-living. Having moved on from Townsville, Mr Reeves said he misses the outlook that living in the apartment provides. “I miss the feeling of looking out and seeing what’s going on in the world — watching the ships come in and out, and the Wednesday evening yacht racing on The Strand.” “The main focus of the apartment is the view, and it’s proximity to Castle Hill.” “It’s all about privacy and the outlook — it’s quite secluded because Castle Hill surrounds you on two of the three sides.”“The view overlooks Cleveland Bay, Magnetic Island, all the way up to The Palms and right around down to Mount Elliot.” “There’s only two of them (the apartments), so it provides a unique opportunity for a buyer because it’s a one-off, you won’t get those sorts of views combined with the facilities anywhere else.” Owner and builder David Reeves said he and his wife wanted somewhere private and peaceful to call home that was also low-maintenance to look after.“When we bought it, there was an existing residence which we added to, altered and converted into two apartments — It was originally one large house.”“We were looking to downsize and have something that we could just close-up and go away without having any concerns about the property.”RELATED: Where to yield a profitable investment?center_img With four-bedrooms in total, this unit spans over three spacious floors, and highlights magnificent views from each level.“Downstairs on the lower level is two bedrooms, a family room, bathroom and laundry — there’s also patio areas off of it and a small kitchenette downstairs as well.”More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020 Contemporary classic with views to cherish “On the middle level, there’s a huge living area, dining space, study, kitchen and main entrance — there’s also a big timber decking area off the side.”“The upper level is the master bedroom with an ensuit — It’s sort of like a gallery.”Being in the heart of the city, the home still manages to hold a feeling of rurality, as it sits encapsulated in the serenity of Castle Hill. MORE IN REAL ESTATE NEWSlast_img read more

Nenagh Ormond out of Limerick Charity Cup

first_imgThis evening in the Garryowen Cup Clonmel travel to Waterpark in the South section of the competition – the match gets underway at 6.00pm.Thurles are at home to Kilfeacle in the North section at 6.30pm. Holders Young Munster beat the Tipp side 20-3 at Lisatunny.Meanwhile, Cashel are in action in the Cork Charity Cup today.Their match away to Kanturk kicks-off at 2.30pm.last_img