Officials Give Local COVID Update, New Tracking Map Unveiled

first_imgShare: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),That’s because in Chautauqua county they ARE NOT testing ppl, Brooks memorial hospital said they ARE NOT TESTING ANYONE AND ARE TREATING EVERYONE LIKE THEY HAVE THE FLU!!! NO TESTING FOR CORONAVIRUS/COVID-19! How absolutely RIDICULOUS! So if you are sick, you won’t know what you really have!! SMH MAYVILLE – Health officials in Chautauqua County say there were no new positive tests of COVID-19 reported Wednesday.Officials released a new online mapping tool to help display data about positive cases.The tool divides the county info into the four fire battalions and will be updated regularly, said officials.Now, of the 10 confirmed positive cases, two people have recovered completely and were released from mandatory quarantine, one individual has died, and seven persons are continuing to recover under mandatory quarantine. In addition, there are several people who have received isolation and quarantine orders by the Public Health Director. This includes:25 individuals in Mandatory Quarantine (individuals confirmed positive of COVID-19 or a household contact of a confirmed positive COVID-19 case);30 individuals in Precautionary Quarantine (individuals with travel history to CDC level 3 country or proximal contact of a confirmed case of COVID-19);40 individuals in Mandatory Isolation (individuals who are symptomatic of COVID-19 and are pending COVID-19 lab test); and101 negative test results to date.The number of cases of the virus in Cattaraugus County increased to seven Wednesday.Officials there say a woman in the southeast part of the county, with no significant travel history, was tested for COVID-19 on Monday after being in close contact with another confirmed case.last_img read more

Power Outage Reported In Celoron, West Ellicott

first_imgStock Image.CELORON – Power is out in parts of the Village of Celoron and West Ellicott Monday morning.The Jamestown Board of Public Utilities Communications Coordinator Becky Robbins says the outage was caused by a tree limb bringing down wires on Dunham Avenue in the Village.Crews are working to restore power, though no time estimate has been given.A wind advisory is issued for Chautauqua County from 4 p.m. Monday to 1 a.m. Tuesday. Winds from the west at 30 to 40 mph are expected.Gusts could reach 45 to 50 mph at times. 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)last_img

Pennsylvania Issues New Rules For Travelers To Slow The Spread Of COVID-19

first_imgPexels Stock Image.WARREN – Pennsylvania is stepping up measures to slow the spread of Coronavirus by requiring anyone who visits from another state to now test negative.The new actions are very similar to rules rolled out late last month in New York.Pennsylvania’s health secretary says anyone who visits from another state will be required to have a negative test 72 hours before entering the state.If someone does not or cannot get a test, they will have to quarantine for 14 days. This also goes for people living in Pennsylvania who visit other states and then return home. Earlier this week, the state’s Governor announced new mitigation efforts to help stop the spread of the virus, including stricter rules when it comes to wearing a mask.New York also requires out-of-state travelers to show negative test results before they enter the state, or New Yorkers leave the state and return home. 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)last_img read more

Joshua Johnston Follows in Mom Patti LuPone’s Acting Footsteps in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead

first_imgLike mother, like son! Joshua Johnston, son of two-time Tony winner Patti LuPone, is currently performing at the Pearl Theatre in The Acting Company’s repertory productions of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead and Hamlet. LuPone, who is a founding member of the celebrated theater company, must surely be the proudest mama in all the land to see her son continuing the family tradition. The productions, directed by Tony winner John Rando (Rosencrantz and Guildenstern) and Acting Company artistic director Ian Belknap (Hamlet), recently celebrated their official openings, which LuPone wouldn’t have missed for the world. Check out photographer Bruce Glikas’ snapshot of Johnston and the company on opening night. Congratulations, Joshua! Patti LuPone View Commentscenter_img Star Fileslast_img read more

Weekend Poll Top Three: Fans Want to Hustle on Broadway

first_img 2.Wolf of Wall Street—19% Your second place choice is Martin Scorsese’s epic tale of the rise and fall of a wealthy Wall Street fat cat. Sounds perfect for Leonardo DiCaprio’s Broadway musical alter-ego, Aaron Tveit! Greed, sex, drugs, money, betrayal? That’s something worth singing about! We already know that our favorite Oscar-blessed pic is going to be a Broadway musical. Now we’re turning our attention to the nine films nominated for Best Picture at the 86th Annual Academy Awards. We asked you which flick should be adapted into a Broadway musical. The results are in, and it turns out a lot of you want to do the Hustle on the Great White Way. View Comments 1. American Hustle—34% Move over, Saturday Night Fever! The con is on with this late-‘70s set movie about an elaborate sting operation executed by people with elaborate hairdos in New Jersey. Life and death stakes make for great drama. Plus, disco balls never go out of style. 3. Her—12% We have to assume you’re as attached to your technology as we are (hello, we’re a website!), so we understand why you picked Spike Jonze’s film about a writer who develops a loving bond with an operating system. Cue the soulful duets.last_img read more

Les Miz Flag-Waver Kyle Scatliffe on Why He’d Make a Terrible Ninja

first_img Age: 27Hometown: Westwood, NJCurrent Role: Waving the flag as Enjolras, student revolutionary, in the Broadway revival of Les Miserables.Stage Cred: Coalhouse Walker in Ragtime in Austin, Jud Fry in Oklahoma! in Seattle and Haywood Patterson in the London premiere of The Scottsboro Boys, a role that just earned him an Olivier Award nomination.“I grew up around Italians, so I talk with my hands all the time. If I’m talking and I start getting passionate about what I’m saying, my hands just start flying around. Big hand talker.”“People in high school would tell me they can hear me coming down the hallway. I have a big laugh. They’d be like, ‘Is Kyle here?’ and you’d hear ‘HAHAHA’ and they’d be like, ‘Kyle’s here.’ It’s like a warning signal. I’d be a terrible ninja.”“I’m 6’5″. When I was a kid, I was 5’7” and I played basketball. But I stopped ’cause it’s not the best height for basketball. Then, out of nowhere, I grew over the summer to six feet and then 6’1” by 11th grade. Everyone was like, ‘Hey, you should come back and play basketball!’ And I was like, ‘I think I like theater more so I’ll see you guys later!”“I was leaving on a Disney cruise when I got cast in The Scottsboro Boys. I would play villains in their Villains Tonight! show. I’d do Hades from Hercules, Jafar from Aladdin… But the best to play was Scar, because The Lion King is my favorite.”“A black kid in Hawaii messaged me after I got the part of Enjolras. He played the role there and was really happy to see that someone could play the part on this scale. It was surreal for me and I thought, ‘This is what Barack Obama must have felt like,’ because when he was voted President, all black people said, ‘Wow, a black person can be President!’”“I stopped moving when I first saw the Enjolras vest and just went ‘Ooh!’ I ran into the boys dressing room and was like, ‘The vest! The vest!’ I was very excited to put it on!” Related Shows Kyle Scatliffe Kyle Scatliffe photographed at the Paramount Hotel for by Caitlin McNaney Star Filescenter_img View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on Sept. 4, 2016 Les Miserableslast_img read more

Vanessa Williams Takes the Stage in After Midnight

first_img Dulé Hill Williams received a Tony nomination for playing the Witch in Into the Woods. Her additional Broadway credits include The Trip to Bountiful, Kiss of the Spider-Woman and Sondheim on Sondheim. She is well-known for her three-time Emmy nominated performance as Wilhemina Slater on TV’s Ugly Betty, as well as her roles as Renee Perry on Desperate Housewives and Olivia Duran on 666 Park Avenue. Her film credits include Soul Food, Eraser, Dance With Me, Shaft and Hannah Montana: The Movie. As a recording artist, her many hits include “Save the Best For Last,” “You Can’t Run,” “The Right Stuff,” “Dreamin’,” “Runnin’ Back to You” and “Colors of the Wind.” Star Files After Midnight also stars Tony winner Adriane Lenox and Dulé Hill. Adriane Lenox Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on June 29, 2014center_img There’s a new diva taking the Cotton Club stage! Tony and Emmy Award nominee Vanessa Williams joins the cast of Broadway’s After Midnight on April 1, the latest special guest star to step into the musical at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre. Williams will take over for current guest stars Toni Braxton and Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds. Vanessa Williams After Midnight View Comments Set against a narrative of Langston Hughes’ poetry, After Midnight celebrates Duke Ellington’s years at Harlem’s famed Cotton Club using his original arrangements and performed by a world-class big band of 17 musicians. The show is directed and choreographed by Warren Carlyle.last_img read more

Casa Valentina Visits Kinky Boots!

first_img Billy Porter Mare Winningham This is just like that time The Jetsons met The Flintstones! Mare Winningham and John Cullum, alums of Harvey Fierstein’s Broadway drag drama Casa Valentina, took a field trip to see Kinky Boots on August 20. Fierstein also wrote the book for the Tony-winning musical, so he was thrilled to give Winningham and Cullum a backstage tour and introduce them to the show’s stars, Tony winner Billy Porter and Andy Kelso. Check out these shots of the stars colliding, then see Kinky Boots at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre! Andy Kelso View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on April 7, 2019 Kinky Boots Related Shows Star Fileslast_img

Mighty Real: A Fabulous Sylvester Musical Opens Off-Broadway

first_img Show Closed This production ended its run on Oct. 5, 2014 Related Shows Mighty Real uses Sylvester’s music to celebrate the life of the “Queen of Disco.” Through his trials and tribulations and his glitzy, glamorous lifestyle, he was a symbol for fabulousness and a pioneer in the LGBTQ community. His many disco classics include “You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real),” “Dance (Disco Heat),” “Do Ya Wanna Funk” and “Can’t Stop Dancing.” Mighty Real: A Fabulous Sylvester Musical Mighty Real: A Fabulous Sylvester Musical officially opens off-Broadway on September 14. The tuner features music by the legendary performer and a book by Anthony Wayne, who takes on the titular role. Wayne also co-directs alongside Kendrell Bowman. The production will run through October 5 at the Theatre at St. Clement’s. View Comments In addition to Wayne, the cast of Mighty Real features Anastacia McCleskey and Jacqueline B. Arnold as Izora and Martha—better known as the Weather Girls, as well as DeAnne Stewart and Jack Fuller.last_img read more

London Datebook: Memphis, Sunny Afternoon & More

first_img ALSO: The director Jamie Lloyd’s darkly compelling take on the onetime Broadway hit Urinetown transfers to the Apollo Theatre on the West End, opening Oct. 8 and with stars Jonathan Slinger, Jenna Russell, and Simon Paisley Day still along for the ride; Matthew Seadon-Young is replacing Ghost alum Richard Fleeshman as Bobby Strong this time out. Last week for an unusually strong outdoor season at Shakespeare’s Globe, which concludes Oct. 12 with director Blanche McIntyre’s joyous take on the Bard’s shortest play, The Comedy of Errors. ALSO: A busy month for Broadway musicals on the West End finds The Scottsboro Boys moving across the River Thames from its acclaimed run at the Young Vic and now on to the Garrick, opening October 20. Angus Jackson, the director who recently brought Frank Langella in King Lear from Chichester to Brooklyn, opens his revival of the Tim Firth play Neville’s Island October 21 at the Duke of York’s Theatre; Miles Jupp and Neil Morrissey are among the cast. The lazy days of summer are all but forgotten as the theater season kicks into autumnal overdrive. Highlights this month include a slew of New York musicals either making their London debuts (Memphis, Here Lies Love) or getting a West End upgrade (The Scottsboro Boys, Urinetown). Elsewhere, the classics return in abundance in the capital while Olivier winner Imelda Staunton cries “sing out, Louise” out of town. For more details, read on. OCTOBER 13-19 London Love: The David Byrne/Fatboy Slim musical Here Lies Love has been one of the unexpected New York theater sensations of recent years, and now it crosses the Atlantic to christen the new Dorfman space within the National Theater complex, opening October 13. Alex Timbers (Rocky) once again directs, with Natalie Mendoza (an alum, briefly, of the Spider-Man musical) in the leading role of Imelda Marcos. ALSO: The Chekhovs have it with productions of two of the Russian master’s defining plays opening within days of one another. First up on October 13 is John Hannah in a contemporary Uncle Vanya at the St James Theatre; three days later comes the opening of director Katie Mitchell’s take on The Cherry Orchard at the Young Vic. Out of town, Imelda Staunton gives us her long-awaited Mama Rose in Gypsy, opening Oct. 14 at Chichester: Lara Pulver has the title role and the West End is on very keen standby. ALSO: Fiona Button and Max Bennett take the lead roles in the Wanamaker Playhouse staging at Shakespeare’s Globe of ‘Tis Pity She’s A Whore; director Michael Longhurst moves on from here to direct Jake Gyllenhaal on Broadway in Constellations. Writer Rona Munro’s three-part trilogy of Scottish kingship, The James Plays, finishes its sellout National Theatre run Oct. 29 before what looks likely to be a sweep of end-of-season Best Play awards.center_img OCTOBER 20-26 Hockadoo: Can the Brits even say that word? They’ll have to learn when the Tony-winning musical Memphis opens October 23 at the Shaftesbury Theatre, the West End’s de facto Broadway outpost given other tenants over time like Hairspray and Rock of Ages. Irishman Killian Donnelly (The Commitments) and The Bodyguard sensation Beverley Knight take the starring roles this time out. OCTOBER 6-12 Ladies’ Night: It was almost two years ago that Mamma Mia! director Phyllida Lloyd reasserted her classical theater credentials and then some with an all-female production of Julius Caesar that electrified audiences at the Donmar before transferring to New York. Lloyd is back at the same Covent Garden venue with a different Shakespeare play, Henry IV opening October 9, and the same leading lady, Harriet Walter. Will theatrical lightning strike twice? Time will tell. View Comments OCTOBER 27 – NOVEMBER 2 Kinky Songs: The music of iconic British rock band The Kinks has given rise to Sunny Afternoon, a jukebox musical with a difference that premiered Off West End earlier this year at the Hampstead Theatre and gets a West End opening October 28 at the Harold Pinter Theatre. Edward Hall directs with John Dagliesh reprising his role as the group’s lead singer/songwriter Ray Davies.last_img read more