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Next Stop: Broadway! In Transit’s Aca-Awesome Cast Preps Their Pipes

first_imgThe company of ‘In Transit'(Photo: Emilio Madrid-Kuser) In Transit Related Shows View Commentscenter_img Stand clear of the closing doors, please! In Transit is heading to the Great White Way. Performances are set to begin on November 10 at the Circle in the Square Theatre. The tuner, which previously played at Primary Stages in 2010, follows a group of 11 New Yorkers as they navigate the streets (and tunnels) of the city. Members of the ensemble take on multiple roles, including an aspiring actress, a Wall Street honcho, a street performer, a cab driver and more. The cast and creative team includes Mariand Torres, Chesney Snow, Margo Seibert, Erin Mackey, David Abeles, Moya Angela, Justin Guarini, Steven “HeaveN” Cantor, Nicholas Ward, Gerianne Pérez, Sara Wordsworth, Russ Kaplan, Laurel Harris, Adam Bashian, vocal arranger Deke Sharon, James-Allen Ford, James Snyder, Telly Leung and director Kathleen Marshall. Opening night is set for December 11, and we can’t wait to get on board! Check out our hot shot of the cast and creative dream team! Show Closed This production ended its run on April 16, 2017last_img read more

Vistra to close 648MW Coleto Creek coal plant in Texas by 2027

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Victoria Advocate:The [648 megawatt] Coleto Creek Power Plant, which generates millions of dollars in tax revenues annually for Goliad County, will shut down by 2027.The Fannin coal plant, which was built in 1980, is closing due to a combination of federal environmental regulations and competition in the Texas energy market, said Brad Watson, director of community affairs for Vistra, the parent company of the plant’s owner-operator.In a memo sent to Goliad County officials this week, Watson said it would be prohibitively expensive for the plant to comply with two recently finalized rules enacted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. One of these regulates the disposal of coal ash and the other limits the level of toxic metals in wastewater discharged from power plants. “Ultimately, compliance with these EPA rules would require investment in new equipment, costing tens of millions of dollars,” the memo said. “This investment cannot be justified based on the underlying economics of the plant and the uncertainty of more stringent regulations under a new presidential administration.”Goliad County Judge Mike Bennett said the plant’s impending closure reinforces the need for officials to seek additional sources of tax revenue. “This does not come as a surprise,” Bennett said Tuesday. “We all knew that the power plant was going to shut down at some point. We’re going to have further discussions with them about trying to bring other industry onto that piece of property.”In addition to the costs imposed by federal regulations, Watson said market pressures contributed to Vistra’s decision to close the plant. The Coleto Creek plant is the smallest of the three coal plants the company’s subsidiary, Luminant, operates in Texas, according to the memo. The plant is designed to be a baseload plant, which means it provides enough power to meet energy demands at any time of day, but it has been operating at just 38% capacity in the first nine months of 2020, which is unusually low, Watson said.The Coleto Creek Power Plant’s closure is part of a broader trend away from coal in the energy industry as a result of environmental regulations and competition from natural gas and renewables. Luminant closed three Texas coal plants in 2018, and in September, Vistra announced plans to shut down all seven of its coal plants in Illinois and Ohio.[Mark Rosenberg]More: Coleto Creek power plant shutting down by 2027 Vistra to close 648MW Coleto Creek coal plant in Texas by 2027last_img read more

Reserve center Day suspended by SU, doesn’t make trip to Florida State

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Reserve center Bria Day has been suspended by Syracuse, an SU Athletics spokesman confirmed on Monday evening.The length of the suspension is unknown, as is the reason. But Day, a sophomore, did not make the trip to Florida State for SU’s matchup with the No. 9 Seminoles on Monday.“Bria just had a little bump in the road, and it’s something that won’t be detrimental,” Syracuse head coach Quentin Hillsman said after the game. “We have certain standards on our team that we hold our players to, and she just didn’t do it.“ … It’s not really an issue of if and when, it’s just the issue of her getting back to doing the things we need her to do at all times.”Day has been largely in a backup role this season, averaging 1.1 points and 2.8 rebounds in 10.5 minutes. Her twin sister Briana Day — who’s 0.1 points shy of averaging a double-double — has established herself as one of the premier post players in the Atlantic Coast Conference.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textWithout Bria Day, Syracuse is thin in the frontcourt. Amber Witherspoon becomes the primary backup center. Taylor Ford, who is just 6 feet tall, has also played the position at limited times this season.“Bria is important for us and we need to get her back and get her onto the court to help us win some games,” Hillsman said. “She’s a good kid and we’ll get her back in the gym and move forward.”Staff writer Josh Hyber, jmhyber@syr.edu, contributed reporting to this article. Comments Published on February 2, 2015 at 8:18 pm Contact Sam: sblum@syr.edu | @SamBlum3last_img read more