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Nothing sweet about this

Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017|2 a.m.

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Judge Roy Moore’s salacious destination to teenage women is definitely repulsive, particularly as explained by a female who stated Moore attacked her in a cars and truck in a street when she was 16.

What is even worse is the spiritual far right’s approval of his behavior as they assault the “liberal media” for the timing of the accusations, and not the un-Christian, abhorrent acts this base man is alleged to have committed. Rather of politicizing the accusation, voters should pay attention to the victims’ accounts of the occasions and ask themselves why they would make this up.

The woman who told her story of the attack when she was 16 is a local who voted for Trump and has no intention to come public beyond her desire to be emotionally and mentally devoid of a despicable childhood memory. Her guts was activated by 4 other victims’ separate accounts.

However those unyielding Alabamians do not desire anybody telling them the best ways to vote, so they may just ignore this and gladly elect an alleged pedophile.

NCT Provides Shakespeare'' s Comedy “” Much Ado About Absolutely nothing”” Oct. 2-11

The Nevada Conservatory Theatre provides Shakespeare’s precious funny “Much Ado About Absolutely nothing” Oct. 2-11 in the Judy Bayley Theatre. Michael Lugering directs.

The gloves are off and a comic romance is in the making as Shakespeare sets a fans’ trap for Benedick, a sworn bachelor, and Beatrice, his preferred spoken sparring partner.

Lugering is a master teacher of voice, movement and acting at UNLV and has spent more than 15 years looking into the physical, mental, behavioral and aesthetic elements of human expression. His book The Meaningful Actor: An Integrated Approach of Voice, Activity & & Star Trainingis released by Heinemann Drama Books. He has acted as an expert voice coach for the Utah Shakespearian Festival and the NCT.

The cast includes Equity Actor Clint Brandhagen as Benedick; Amber Bonasso as Beatrice; Rachel Gilyard as Hero; Sam Cordes as Claudio; Richard Munchkin as Antonio; Jack Lafferty as Prince Pedro; Bernhard Verhoeven as Don John; Stefanie Resnick as Conrade/Friar Francis; Myles Lee as Borachio; Kelly Hawes as Margaret; Kayla Gaar as Urusula; Darek Riley as Dogberry; Stephon Pettway as Leonato; Maurice Palmer as Balthasar; Fort Lopez as Watch 1; and Carson Wilson as Watch 2.

The production and design team includes scenic designer Roxy Mojica, lighting designer Manuel Ramirez, sound designer Joey Jevne, outfit designer Jennifer Van Buskirk, technical director Chloe Pleasure, forecasts design Kelsey Booth, and impresario Cassidy Bonifacio and Robert Acosta.

Program Dates/Times
8 p.m. Oct. 2, 3, 8, 9, 10
2 p.m. Oct. 4, 11
Tickets

$33 general admission Section A; $27.50 basic admission Area B. Discounts are available.

For tickets or additional details, see the Performing Arts Center siteor call 702-895-ARTS (2787).