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) Image by the CCIDA.ELLICOTT – A California based designer and manufacturer of architectural systems is expanding from the west coast to Chautauqua County. The County of Chautauqua Industrial Development announced Tuesday that Arktura plans to invest $7.3 million to expand its existing Los Angeles, California-based operations.This new plant is projected to facilitate expedited lead times to the U.S. market for its products, provide local services to east coast markets, and increase its overall production capacity.Arktura plans to hire 50 full-time employees during the first three years of operations. The company is in the process of purchasing a 134,858 sf facility located at 1 Precision Way in the Town of Ellicott, which was previously home to Acu-Rite/Heidenhain.At its February 25, 2020 board meeting, the Board of Directors for the County of Chautauqua Industrial Development unanimously voted in favor of the CCIDA authorizing the execution and delivery of a preliminary agreement with respect to Arktura’s application for financial incentives, which includes: real property tax abatements (PILOT); sales and use tax exemptions; and a mortgage recording tax exemption.Arktura has also applied for benefits/incentives through New York State Empire State Development (ESD) and Office of Community Renewal (OCR).
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) Stock Image.GERRY — A Jamestown man has been charged following investigation into a May burglary at an vacant residence in the Town of Gerry.Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Deputies have charged Randall K. Mesler Jr., 21, of Jamestown, with third-degree burglary and petit larceny following an investigation.Mesler was issued appearance tickets and is to appear in Town of Gerry Court at a later date.
Star Files FRONTRUNNERS (By Gross) 1.The Book of Mormon ($1,549,715) 2. Wicked ($1,539,830) 3. The Lion King ($1,474,205) 4. Kinky Boots ($1,215,435) 5. Motown The Musical ($1,036,817) UNDERDOGS (By Gross) 5. Machinal ($300,119) 4. Rock of Ages ($299,584) 3. Mothers and Sons ($211,660)* 2. Les Miserables ($180,871)** 1. Bronx Bombers ($169,730) FRONTRUNNERS (By Capacity) 1.The Book of Mormon (102.40%) = 3. Les Miserables (100.00%) ** = 3. Aladdin (100.00%) *** 4. The Lion King (98.93%) 5. Wicked (98.79%) Aladdin and Les Miz both began previews on Broadway this week and turns out everyone wanted to see a carpet fly and how Ramin Karimloo would do on his Main Stem debut—both shows played to 100% capacity. Meanwhile Rebecca Hall made her final Main Stem bow in Machinal over at the American Airlines Theatre, as did those Bronx Bombers, who have been underdogs since opening on February 6 and have now made way for Audra. And after a few weeks away from the top spot, The Book of Mormon was back as the highest grossing show on the Great White Way. Rebecca Hall View Comments Here’s a look at who was on top—and who was not—for the week ending March 2: UNDERDOGS (By Capacity) 5. Once (66.12%) 4. Chicago (65.28%) 3. Mothers and Sons (64.09%) * 2. Jersey Boys (61.92%) 1. All The Way (61.79) **** * Number based on 8 preview performances ** Number based on 1 preview performance *** Number based on 3 preview performances **** Number based on 8 preview performances Ramin Karimloo
Dying For It Joey Slotnick will lead the American premiere of Dying For It. The Moira Buffini play, adapted from Nikolai Erdman’s The Suicide, will also feature an ensemble cast including Mia Barron, Ben Beckley, Nathan Dame, Patch Darragh, Clea Lewis, Peter Maloney Andrew Mayer, Mary Beth Peil, Jeanine Serralles, Robert Stanton and C.J. Wilson. The Atlantic Theater Company production will begin off-Broadway performances on December 11 at the Linda Gross Theater, where it will run through January 18, 2015. Opening night is set for January 8. Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 18, 2015 Directed by Neil Pepe, Dying For It follows Semyon (Slotnick), a man down on his luck, married to a nag (Serralles), and out of options. When he decides to throw in the towel and kill himself, a deluge of sympathetic visitors descends upon him, determined to make him a martyr for their many causes. The play satirizes the hypocrisy and illogic of Soviet life and was banned by Stalin before ever hitting the stage. Slotnick appeared on Broadway in The Big Knife; his additional off-Broadway and regional stage credits include Happy Hour, The New York Idea, Offices, Almost an Evening, our Town and Animal Crackers. Barron recently appeared off-Broadway in Domesticated and was previously seen on Broadway in The Coast of Utopia and QED. Beckley’s stage credits include Peter and the Starcatcher and Goldor $ Mythyka. Dame has served as music director and music supervisor for various regional theaters and off-Broadway, including productions at Berkshire Theatre Group, Geva Theatre and Playwrights Horizons. Darragh returns to the Atlantic after starring in the world premiere of The Jammer; he also appeared on Broadway in Our Town. Lewis also returns to the Atlantic, following Writer’s Block; her additional credits include Broadway’s Absurd Person Singular. Mayer recently appeared in The 12 – A New Rock Musical at Signature Theater. Maloney is a member of the Atlantic Theater, having performed in 21 plays with the company. Peil, a Broadway alum, is also an Atlantic Theater Company member; her credits there include The Threepenny Opera and Harper Regan. Serralles has appeared off-Broadway in the Atlantic’s The Jammer, as well as The Muscles in Our Toes and Paris Commune. Robert Stanton’s Broadway credits include A Free Man of Color, Mary Stuart and The Coast of Utopia. Wilson, who appeared on Broadway with Slotnick in The Big Knige, returns to the Atlantic after appeared in Our New Girl, Offices and The Voysey Inheritance. Dying For It will feature scenic design by Walt Spangler, costumes by Suttirat Larlarb and Moria Clinton, lighting design by David Weiner, sound design by Ben Truppin-Brown and original music by Josh Schmidt. View Comments
Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 21, 2016 Matthew Morrison stopped by Live with Kelly & Michael on April 14 to discuss just what it takes to lead Finding Neverland eight times a week on Broadway. The secret? Finding a way to get your heart rate down instantly while on stage—and in between show-stopping numbers. Morrison explains that while it’s a story from the early 1900s, the show “feels so contemporary and so current” with a modern pop score. Later on, Kelly ever-so-subtly applies to be Morrison’s new dresser/towel drier. Can you blame her? Take a look at the clip below, and catch Morrison and company in Finding Neverland at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre. View Comments Finding Neverland
Screen favorite and Broadway alum Steve Guttenberg is heading to the park this summer for a small dose of Shakespeare. According to Time Out New York, he’ll appear in the Hudson Warehouse production of Henry IV, Part 1 as Henry Percy, Earl of Northumberland. Performances will run on Thursdays through Sundays from June 4 through June 28 at the Upper West Side’s Riverside Park. Nicholas Martin-Smith will direct.Guttenberg’s film career includes memorable performances in the Police Academy series, 3 Men and a Baby, Diner, Short Circuit and Cocoon. He has also appeared on Broadway in Relatively Speaking and Prelude to a Kiss and in the West End in The Boys Next Door.Further casting for the Hudson Warehouse production will be announced later. Of course, Riverside Park won’t be the only place you’ll be able to catch a screen favorite reciting the bard. The Public’s Shakespeare in the Park lineup this year includes Sam Waterston and Jesse Tyler Ferguson in The Tempest and Hamish Linklater and Lily Rabe in Cymbeline. View Comments
Stay Up Late with Kristin ChenowethJuly 22 on CBSOn the Twentieth Century has completed its journey, but thankfully, Kristin Chenoweth isn’t headed back to Oklahoma anytime soon. Before she stars in Disney Channel’s Descendants, she’ll visit James Corden on The Late Late Show. The two will probably discuss man’s eternal struggle to be heard in a world of emotional tumult—or they’ll act like a couple of goofballs. Bet on the latter. Hey, you, hiding under the bed! Those summer thunderstorms aren’t going to hurt you, though all the dust might. (Seriously, when was the last time you vacuumed?) Do yourself—and your allergies—a favor and brave the storms. There’s so much to enjoy, including a new Hedwig, a show from one of On the Town’s sailors, and Shakespeare in the Park. Get ready for this week’s picks! View Comments Meet Charles Busch’s Two SidesJuly 23 at 54 BelowYou know how there are some New York treasures that you’ve never gotten around to seeing? Or maybe it’s been too long? Well, screw Ellis Island and check out the final performance of Charles Busch’s That Girl/That Boy instead. The final 54 Below performance of Busch’s song-and-story show features the vaunted cabaret performer both in and out of drag, accompanied by his longtime musical director, Tom Judson. Click for tickets! See Taye Rock the FishnetsBeginning July 22 at the Belasco TheatreWe dread the day when Hedwig runs out of kickass actors to play our favorite East German transgender rock star and has to resort to Starbucks baristas. Thankfully, Taye Diggs is ready to don the heels as Broadway’s first African-American Hedwig. The handsome and talented Rent alum succeeds Glee alum Darren Criss. Click for tickets! Park it with the BardBegins July 23 at the Delacorte TheatreNew York City has its summer traditions: rooftop parties, runs along the reservoirs and rivers, and of course, shirtless cabbies. But the best is Shakespeare in the Park, which wraps up its latest season with Cymbeline, the Bard’s fairytale involving love, cross-dressing, poison, and other good stuff. Real-life couple Hamish Linklater and Lily Rabe star. The best part: it’s free! You have until August 23 to get thou keister uptown. Click for tickets! Enjoy Clyde Alves’ Shore LeaveJuly 20 at BirdlandClyde Alves is a master at multitasking, a concept that makes us yearn for a stiff drink and therapy session. He has shone in two musicals this year (On the Town and Oklahoma!) and keeps adding gigs. We’re not going to stop him. In “Broadway Song & Dance Man,” Alves, an accomplished songwriter and guitar player, performs a “set of his most intimate music drawn from personal and professional highs and lows.” Click for tickets!
“A Musical” from SOMETHING ROTTEN! “Circle of Life” from THE LION KING “Shall We Dance?” from THE KING AND I “All that Jazz” from CHICAGO “Revolting Children” from MATILDA Broadway is all about flashy, showstopping dance numbers, and with musicals like An American in Paris and On the Town currently on the boards, it’s tough to pick just one favorite. Well, too bad, we’re making you! Broadway.com asked readers to rank the best dance numbers currently on Broadway on the top 10 ranking website Culturalist. The results are in—see who came out on top! “Turn It Off” from THE BOOK OF MORMON “Masquerade” from THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA “New York, New York” from ON THE TOWN View Comments “Dancing Through Life” from WICKED “Friend Like Me” from ALADDIN
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Broadway.com recently caught up with Rajiv Surendra, aka Kevin Gnapoor from the Mean Girls film, about the highly anticipated stage adaptation of the hit 2004 film.“I have heard about it, I’m very excited for it,” Surendra told us at Bette Midler’s annual Hulaween event, which he was attending to promote his new book. “I heard there was a rumor about a song about the word ‘Fetch’ and I really hope that rumor is true.” He continued: “I can’t wait to see it, I can’t wait to see who plays me!”When asked if he would ever be interested in joining the project, Surendra said he would politely step aside for new talent.“I also heard another rumor that Tina wanted to cast original people in the roles and I think that’s a really, really, good idea,” said the OG Kevin G. “ I think it’s an opportunity to have young, fresh faces that haven’t been seen or heard before come onto the stage and be the debut to their career.”P.S. His business cards are incredible. Rajiv Surendra in Mean Girls (Photo courtesy of Paramount Pictures) View Comments