Nathaniel Treister has been named the new Post Graduate Program director of the Division of Oral Medicine at the Department of Oral Medicine, Infection, and Immunity (OMII) at Harvard School of Dental Medicine (HSDM). Treister was previously assistant professor of oral medicine at HSDM. His new appointment will begin March 1.As the new program director, Treister will oversee the oral medicine advanced graduate education program, and will also lead initiatives in designing a new OMII department strategy that includes the creation of a hospital-based two-year certificate program.“I am very excited about having Dr. Treister focus on our advanced graduate education program, and bring his expertise and energy to these new developments,” said OMII Professor and Chair Roland Baron.Treister earned his D.M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in 2000 before coming to Harvard, where he completed his D.MSc. degree in 2005. He is board certified in oral medicine and practices at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute with special interest in oral mucosal diseases, salivary gland diseases, and oral complications in cancer patients.
In addition to Anderson and Iman, Soul Doctor features Jacqueline Antaramian, Dianna Barger, Richard Cerato, Tara Chambers, Maria Conti, Alexandra Frohlinger, Afra Hines, Abdur-Rahim Jackson, Jamie Jackson, Ethan Khusidman, Dillon Kondor, Zarah Mahler, Vasthy Mompoint, Ron Orbach, Ian Paget, Heather Parcells, Michael Paternostro, JC Schuster, Eric J. Stockton, Ryan Strand and Teddy Walsh. Directed by Daniel S. Wise, Soul Doctor stars Eric Anderson as rockin’ rabbi Shlomo Carlebach and Amber Iman as legendary jazz singer Nina Simone. The musical, featuring songs by Carlebach, lyrics by David Schechter and a book by Daniel S. Wise, tells the story of Carlebach, the father of popular Jewish music and his unlikely friendship with Simone. Soul Doctor opened on Broadway on August 15, following prior runs off-Broadway and in Fort Lauderdale, FL. View Comments Gevalt! The Broadway journey for Shlomo Carlebach is coming to an end. Soul Doctor: Journey of a Rock Star Rabbi will play its final performance on October 13 at Circle in the Square Theatre. At the time of closing, Soul Doctor will have played 32 previews and 66 regular performances. The Soul Doctor creative team includes scenic designer Neil Patel, costume designer Maggie Morgan, lighting designer Jeff Croiter and sound designer John Shivers and David Patridge. Soul Doctor: Journey of a Rock-Star Rabbi Related Shows Eric Anderson Show Closed This production ended its run on Oct. 13, 2013 Star Files
Jason Gotay (Photo: Emilio Madrid for Broadway.com) Strong-voiced star Jason Gotay has been cast as Che in New York City Center’s upcoming special gala staging of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s Tony-winning musical Evita. The previously announced production, directed by Sammi Cannold, music-directed by Kristen Blodgette and co-choreographed by Valeria Solomonoff and Emily Maltby, will run for two weeks from November 13-24.Gotay is a City Center alum who appeared earlier this year in the Encores! production of Call Me Madam. He has been seen on Broadway in Bring It On The Musical and Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark and off-Broadway in The Anthem and F#%king Up Everything.Gotay joins a previously announced cast that includes Solea Pfeiffer as Eva and Maia Reficco as Young Eva, along with Philip Hernandez as Magaldi and Enrique Acevedo as Perón, with an ensemble comprising Sergio Martín Almirón, Fabio Angelo, Isa Antonetti, Leah Barsky, Kristina Bermudez, Edgar Cavazos, Alexander Gil Cruz, Rebecca Eichenberger, Jennifer Florentino, David Michael Garry, Mariano Loguidice, Robin Masella, Phoebe Garcia Pearl, Patricia Phillips, Guillermina Quiroga, Maria Cristina Slye, Lucas Thompson, Daniel Torres and Ricardo A. Zayas.Cannold’s vision for Evita uses dynamic visual storytelling and an original approach to excavate new depths within Webber and Rice’s text, with Reficco playing Perón from ages 15-20 and Pfeiffer portraying her from ages 20-33. View Comments
FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享From 1:30-3pm today (Tuesday), the Soldotna Chamber of Commerce and Alaska State Troopers will host a free background check workshop at the Soldotna Regional Sports Complex. RSVPs are required. Blaum also recommends using the State of Alaska’s free online Court System records at http://www.courtrecords.alaska.gov/ Blaum: “Google is a great place to start, where you can put their name in that website. There’s a website called pipl.com and you can search name and phone numbers and addresses and it will give you a good snapshot of maybe some of their social networking pages and other webpages they’re associated with.” Troopers say the information shared during these workshops is helpful for landlords, employers, students, and charitable organizations. Christy Blaum, an analyst with the Alaska State Troopers, has previously hosted similar workshops with the Chamber… Call 262-9814 to RSVP.
iStock/Pattanaphong Khuankaew(NEW YORK CITY) — Cuba Gooding, Jr. was indicted on new charges by a grand jury in New York City court today.The latest charges will remain sealed until Tuesday, October 15, when Gooding returns to court.The actor previously pleaded not guilty to one misdemeanor count each of forcible touching and sexual abuse in the third degree. The charges stem from the 51-year-old actor’s alleged groping of a woman’s breast inside Manhattan’s Magic Hour Rooftop Bar on June 9.Attorneys for the Oscar-winning Jerry Maguire star had previously sought to dismiss the case, arguing that a video of his encounter with the woman in question shows that he didn’t grope her.The judge declined to dismiss the case.The complaint itself asserts that Gooding, “forcibly touched the sexual and other intimate parts of another person for the purpose of degrading and abusing such person, and for the purpose of gratifying the defendant’s sexual desire; the defendant subjected another person to sexual contact without the latter’s consent.”Gooding has denied the claim. Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
ABCNews.com(HOUSTON) — Droves of people stranded and displaced by deadly Hurricane Harvey are being transported to nearby evacuation centers and shelters around the Houston area.As masses arrived on the back of city dump trucks — by boat, by bus and some by foot to downtown Houston’s George R. Brown Convention Center — they were met with cots, blankets, towels, food and medical attention.The American Red Cross has set up stations inside the convention center to serve as an acting hospital, hotel and food court for those seeking refuge and had more than 2,500 people as of this morning. They can accommodate as many as 5,000. #RedCross is providing shelter, meals & comfort to people impacted by #Harvey. To find a location: https://t.co/sizEp51qtg or 1-800-REDCROSS pic.twitter.com/jfewo2EJh0— American Red Cross (@RedCross) August 28, 2017ABC Houston station KTRK-TV has a full list of all designated multiservice centers in the surrounding areas.City officials announced that in the past 24 hours there have been 4,000 water-related incidents and 290 water rescues.Creating a sense of stability for survivors is the top priority for now, emergency administrator Brock Long of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) said.“Once we move them we’re able to extract them from different areas; we’ve got to get them into shelters,” Long said in a news conference this morning. “This shelter rescue is going to be a very heavy lift. We’re anticipating 30,000 people placed in shelters temporarily to basically stabilize the situation and provide for their care.”Texas asked for a presidential disaster declaration, according to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration director Louis Uccellini, which President Trump enacted to help mobilize all resources to help when the state’s resources are depleted.“Underneath the president’s disaster declaration, we have turned on what we call individual assistant programs,” Uccellini said. “We are expecting, based on this event, over 450,000 potential registers of disaster victims. That is a huge number but we are ready to go, process. We’ve already processed nearly 15,000 calls over the last 24 hours.”Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Related