Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) WNY News Now Image.JAMESTOWN – A Falconer man is accused of smashing a window at the Jamestown DMV during an incident Friday afternoon. According to the Jamestown Police Department, James Morris, 38, reportedly went to the DMV without an appointment.Morris allegedly started to punch and kick the front door.From there, Morris allegedly grabbed a Medcare cement parking sign before slamming the glass door and damaging it. Morris reportedly fled the scene in a white sedan and was later arrested by the Ellicott Police Department.EPD issued him appearance tickets before being turned over to JPD.Morris was charged with third-degree criminal mischief before being released on an appearance ticket due to the NYS Bail Reform Law.
Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) WNY News Now Stock Image.LITTLE VALLEY – A Cattaraugus County man was charged after allegedly sending inappropriate text messages to a juvenile.The Cattaraugus County Sheriff’s Office says 49-year-old Keith Lore was charged with endangering the welfare of a child following an investigation last week.Deputies say Lore was arraigned and released with an appearance ticket.He is scheduled to appear in Little Valley Town Court at a later date.
Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) The collection, he says, is stored in alternative, temporary spaces within the building pending the restoration of the areas where the collection had been stored.The institute’s trails will however remain open to the public during the closure. Pearson says they plan to reopen exhibits sometime in early 2021. Image by Justin Gould / WNY News Now.JAMESTOWN – A fire at the Roger Tory Peterson Institute in Jamestown likely started by a faulty light fixture.Arthur Pearson, Chief Executive Officer with the institute, announced the news on Tuesday afternoon.He says because of extensive water damage throughout much of the interior of the building, the museum will be closed until further notice. Originally, Pearson was hopeful they could reopen this week.Image by Justin Gould / WNY News Now.“Nearing the end of the emergency response phase of the restoration – removing all water-damaged ceilings, walls, flooring and contents – RTPI will work closely with JCC to restore the building,” said Pearson in a statement. “Early indications are that the restoration may take several months to complete.” Fire crews were called to the institute last Thursday after a fire broke out in the attic space above one of the archive spaces.The sprinkler system extinguished the fire quickly, resulting in minimal fire and smoke damage.According to Pearson, the Peterson Collection, the largest assemblage of Roger Tory Peterson’s artwork, films, books and related items, is safe and secure.Image by Justin Gould / WNY News Now.
View Comments Best New Play Bad Jews Breakfast With Mugabe Hand to God The Heir Apparent Regular Singing Best New Musical Disaster! Fun Home Heathers: The Musical Murder for Two What’s It All About? Bacharach Reimagined Best Unique Theatrical Experience Eager to Lose Cirkopolis La Soirée Queen of the Night Shut Up, Sit Down & Eat Best Revival I Remember Mama Measure for Measure The Model Apartment The Mystery of Irma Vep Saint Joan Best Family Show Dear Albert Einstein The Civil War Mr. Chickee’s Funny Money The Greatest Pirate Story Never Told! The Wong Kids in the Secret of the Space Chupacabra Go! The Off-Broadway Alliance, an organization dedicated to supporting, promoting and encouraging off-Broadway theater, has announced the nominees for the fourth annual Off-Broadway Alliance Awards. Winners will be announced on May 27. In addition to the five competitive categories, Hall of Fame Awards will honor the late Philip Seymour Hoffman, Ruth Maleczech and Nicholas Martin. Terrence McNally, Edmund Gaynes, Andrew Gregory and Wallace Shawn are this year’s Legend of Off-Broadway Honorees. A complete list of nominees follows:
Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Neil Patrick Harris Will Go From Hedwig to Freak Show Ask and you shall receive! According to Variety, Hedwig and the Angry Inch headliner Neil Patrick Harris penned a letter to Ryan Murphy, the brains behind American Horror Story: Freak Show, saying he wanted to appear on the TV series. Murphy then tweeted the Tony winner: “of course you can be on Freak Show! I have a role I think you’d love.” If you’re unable to catch Harris in Hedwig on Broadway (he departs the musical on August 17), at least you now have this to look forward to! Glee’s Banned in Britain It’s really happened. Earlier this year we brought you the news that Glee could be banned in Britain (the owner of a comedy venue called The Glee Club complained the show infringed on his trademark). Now, Billboard.com reports that the U.K.’s High Court has ordered 21st Century Fox to change Glee’s name. We’re guessing the Hollywood bigwigs will be taking this to the Court of Appeal, but they’re running out of options. Neil Patrick Harris View Comments Tony Winner Frank Langella Will Star in Captain Fantastic Another piece of good Hollywood news for a three-time Tony winner. Frank Langella, who picked up Tonys for Frost/Nixon, Fortune’s Fool and Seascape, will star opposite Viggo Mortensen in Captain Fantastic. Deadline writes that the Matt Ross-helmed film will soon start shooting in Albuquerque. Star Files Bernadette Peters Heads to Bravo Bernadette Peters is heading to Bravo, but not, obviously, as a real life housewife. The three-time Tony winner will guest star on Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce, the network’s first original scripted series. Peters will play mom to Lyla, one of the main characters. Bernadette Peters
Tony winner Nathan Lane stopped by Late Night on September 30 to chat with Seth Meyers about his latest gig on the Great White Way: the star-packed It’s Only a Play. With such a variety of big names in the cast, the show is drawing in all sorts of fans, including the Potter-obsessed Rupert Grint fanatics. “You know your fans from his fans,” Lane explains, “because when you walk in to the stage door, and when you see people holding a wand and an owl, you know who they’re there for.” Very astute! How do you spot Stockard Channing fans? Are they all wearing White House pins and one of these? The Broadway funnyman also explained how easy it is for him to relate to the show, as he’s often waited for that mammoth review on opening night, for better or for worse. Check out the interview below, and catch all of the stars (and the very talented newcomer Micah Stock!) in It’s Only a Play at the Schoenfeld Theatre. Related Shows Nathan Lane It’s Only a Play Star Files View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on June 7, 2015
Cabaret It’s the toast of Mayfair, Fraulein Sienna Miller! The American Sniper and Foxcatcher star officially became a member of the Kit Kat Klub on February 17, joining her new Cabaret co-stars Alan Cumming, Bill Heck, Danny Burstein, Linda Emond and more. After wowing the crowd with her performance as Sally Bowles, Miller took her first bows for a cheering audience at Studio 54. Check out these shots of Miller’s debut as Sally, then see her (with her green-painted fingernails!) live on Broadway. View Comments Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on March 29, 2015
We could really use some sort of herbal refreshment at this news! Clueless creator Amy Heckerling has now written the book to the previously reported stage adaptation of the hit 1995 movie. “It’s a jukebox musical,” she told ET, also confirming that Rock of Ages director Kristin Hanggi will helm the tuner.Clueless is loosely based on Jane Austen’s Emma and follows Cher, a high school student in Beverly Hills who, alongside best friend Dionne (both named after famous singers of the post who now do infomercials), decide to take a transfer student under their wing. After giving her a makeover and playing matchmaker, Cher discovers that despite her popularity, she herself is in need of a makeover to find the relationship she longs for.The film starred Alicia Silverstone, Stacey Dash, the late Brittany Murphy and Paul Rudd. According to Heckerling: “Well casting—that’s like going to be like the main problem.”Leave it with us, Ms. Heckerling. We’re already compiling a list of virgins who can’t drive (but can belt). They may or may not include Katy Perry. View Comments
View Comments The 70th annual Tony Awards may have only just taken place, but now it’s time to start thinking about next year’s ceremony! Creatives Paul Rudnick and Michael John LaChiusa are just some of the new names tapped for the Nominating Committee for the 2016-2017 Broadway season.The Nominating Committee attends all productions during the Broadway season and meets on the date designated by the Administration Committee to determine, by vote, the Tony Award nominees for that season. The committee of Tony Nominators will include 51 members for the 2016-2017 season. Members of the committee serve a three-year term.The 2016-2017 Nominating Committee includes:Adrian Bailey – ActorVictoria Bailey – Executive Director, Theatre Development FundLuis Castro – Media and Entertainment Executive/Producer**Hope Clarke – ChoreographerPaul Cremo – Dramaturg/Director of Opera Commissioning Program, The Metropolitan OperaPatricia Cruz – Executive Director, Harlem Stage/Aaron Davis Hall, Inc.**Trip Cullman – DirectorEdgar Dobie – Executive Producer, Arena Stage – Washington, DC**Scott Elliott – Director/Artistic Director, The New Group**Harvey Evans – ActorSean Patrick Flahaven – Writer/ Composer/Orchestrator/ Conductor/ProducerPaul Gallo – Lighting DesignerJenny Gersten – Former Executive Director, Friends of the High LineDaniel Goldfarb – Playwright, BookwriterSam Gonzalez – Dir. of Operations, Pfizer Medical/Board of Trustees, Playwrights HorizonsAdam Gwon – Composer/LyricistRoy Harris – Production Stage ManagerPeter Hedges – Writer**Jack Hofsiss – Theatre, Film, Television DirectorMara Isaacs – Founder and Director, Octopus Theatricals, LLC**Lou Jacob – Director at the New School for DramaAnne Keefe – Associate Artist, Westport Country Playhouse**Tom Kitt – Composer, Lyricist, BookwriterFran Kumin – Consultant, Perf. Arts Organizations/Foundations/University Theatre ProgramsMichael John LaChiusa – Composer, Lyricist, Librettist**Kate Levin – Cultural Assets Management Principal, Bloomberg AssociatesReynold Levy – Former President of Lincoln Center for the Performing ArtsPatricia Marx – American Humorist and Writer, Former Television WriterJim McLaughlin – Former Producer, CBS News/TV Feature and Documentary ProducerTony Meola – Sound Designer**Jessica Molaskey – Actor**Debra Monk – ActorRoger Morgan – Lighting Designer, Theatre DesignerLaurence O’Keefe – ComposerKatherine Oliver – Media and Technology Principal, Bloomberg AssociatesChristian Parker – Chair, Graduate Theatre Program, Columbia UniversityPaige Price – Actor/1st Vice President of AEA/Executive Artistic Director, Theatre AspenRavi S. Rajan – Dean, School of the Arts – SUNY PurchasePaul Rudnick – Playwright, Novelist, Screenwriter, Essayist**Susan H. Schulman – Director/President, Stage Directors and ChoreographersMikki Shepard – Executive Producer, The Apollo Theatre**Warner Shook – DirectorEllen Sorrin – Director, The George Balanchine Trust**Jessica Stone – Actor/ Director**Edward Strong – ProducerWynn Thomas – Production DesignerJose Antonio Vargas – Journalist/Filmmaker/Founder of Define American **Jennifer von Mayrhauser – Costume DesignerTom Watson – Retired Executive, Television AdvertisingPreston Whiteway – Executive Director, The Eugene O’Neill Theater CenterEvan Yionoulis – Director****Denotes new Nominating Committee Member Paul Rudnick(Photo: Bruce Glikas)
Wicked Age: 26Hometown: Pittsburgh, PACurrent Role: Campayno makes his Broadway debut in Wicked as Fiyero, Elphaba (Jennifer DiNoia) and Glinda’s (Carrie St. Louis) dashing, mischievous classmate who captures both of their hearts.Stage & Screen Cred: Campayno appeared as Rolf in NBC’s The Sound of Music Live!. A graduate of Carnegie Mellon School of Drama, his regional credits include Carousel, Side by Side by Sondheim, Next to Normal, All Shook Up and Camelot. He was also featured in the film Cheerleader. View Comments Related Shows from $95.00 Michael Campayno photographed at Bar Nine(Photo: Caitlin McNaney)