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View Comments The 2015-16 season is now set for the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The lineup, in addition to the previously announced world premiere of Sara Bareilles and Jessie Nelson’ Waitress musical directed by Diane Paulus, will include Natasha, Pierre, & The Great Comet of 1812 and a new play co-written by and starring Tony winner Mark Rylance.Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 will begin performances in December. The show, which premiered off-Broadway in 2013, features a score and book by Dave Malloy and is based on a particularly salacious slice of War and Peace. Rachel Chavkin, who helmed the show off-Broadway, will return to direct.Nice Fish, written by three-time Tony winner Mark Rylance and poet Louis Jenkins, will start performances in January 2016. The show takes place at the end of fishing season in Minnesota as two men ponder life’s big questions. The production is a collaboration between the ART and St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn. Claire van Kampen will direct.Beginning in February 2016 is a new adaptation of George Orwell’s 1984 by Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillan. The production crosses the pond following a successful run in the West End.Waitress, Comet, Nice Fish and 1984 will perform at the ART’s Loeb Drama Center. The season will also include the world premiere of Eve Ensler’s autobiographical In the Body of the World at Harvard’s Farkas Hall, directed by Paulus, as well as a new work by the theater group known as The Team titled RoosevElvis. The show explores a hallucinatory road trip with Elvis Presley and Theodore Roosevelt. RoosevElvis, directed by Chavkin, will begin in May 2016 at Oberon.Additionally, the ART will produce a holiday presentation of The Pirate Princess, featuring music by Mike Pettry and a book by Lila Rose Kaplan. The world premiere production adapts Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night into a swashbuckling family adventure. Allegra Libonati will direct.
“When you get an entire organization that’s mindful of its wake, some pretty incredible things can happen.” —Kip Tindell, CEO, The Container StoreIn his book Uncontainable, Kip Tindell, CEO of The Container Store, talks a great deal about the importance of wake. By wake, Tindell refers to those waves and ripples of consequences that follow our every action.So what is the wake your strategic plan is leaving?Every action you take in your long-range planning session will impact your credit union or bank. It will leave a wake. And not just directly, but indirectly as well. Those ripples can be positive or negative.With every decision you make you must consider its effect on at least three key areas. Keep in mind the following items when it comes to your plan’s ripples. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
“I got some nice swag and gear.”Straschnitzki was paralyzed from the chest down when the junior hockey team’s bus collided with a semi truck that blew through a stop sign in rural Saskatchewan on April 6, 2018. Sixteen people were killed and 13 were injured.READ MORE: ‘I’ve fallen in love’: Paralyzed Bronco player finds passion for water sportWhile still in the hospital, Straschnitzki talked about how he wanted to play on Canada’s national sledge hockey team.Since then, has been working on his physiotherapy and training.He said a representative with Adidas Canada reached out to him over social media.“It’s been a couple of months we’ve been in contact,” he said. “They sent over a contract. They set out the rules.”The sportswear company said Thursday that the deal is a partnership aimed at helping Straschnitzki further his hockey career with the support of National Hockey League stars, including Connor McDavid, Tyler Seguin and Nazem Kadri.Straschnitzki is to participate in Adidas Canada’s hockey and training campaigns and programs throughout the year.READ MORE: Injured Humboldt Broncos player returning home for first time since accidentHe hasn’t been actively searching out deals, he said, but he’s excited his hard work has been paying off.“It’s crazy,” he said.“I’m just trying to be a good person and spreading my message. And I think that continued hard work helps with these opportunities.”His parents, Tom and Michelle Straschnitzki, are excited for him.“He’s got more shoes than a shoe store now,” said his father.Straschnitzki was also invited to be a part of the CBC television series “Heartland.”“They were filming in Calgary so they asked me if I wanted to be an extra in the background for one of their scenes.”Celebrity home renovator Mike Holmes oversaw remodelling of Straschnitzki’s home to accommodate his disability.Bill Graveland, The Canadian Press AIRDRIE, Alta. — A Humboldt Broncos hockey player who was paralyzed in a deadly bus crash last year has signed a multi-year contract with Adidas.“I’m pretty honoured and it’s an awesome feeling,” Ryan Straschnitzki, 20, recently told The Canadian Press from his home in Airdrie, Alta.