Tickets are now available for Marcy Lovitch’s Office Politics. Directed by Aimee Todoroff, the new play will begin previews on June 5 at off-Broadway’s June Havoc Theatre and officially open on June 11.The cast will feature Patrice Bell (Six of One), Josh Doucette (Irreversible), Philip Guerette (American Genius), Carson Lee (The Water Children), Molly Lovell (And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little), Maria Wolf (The Balcony) and Nicholas De Sibio (Working Out with Leona).In Office Politics, when a white male co-worker makes an off-the-cuff racially insensitive remark to his boss’s black female assistant, what seems like a harmless joke snowballs, suddenly catapulting the ad sales office of a women’s magazine into turmoil. Threats are made, loyalties tested and contrasting beliefs about power, race and class surface, resulting in shocking reveals, lies and accusations, ultimately leaving their department in utter shreds. View Comments
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The Girl’s Swimming and Diving season is off to a fast start for the EC AquaTrojans. East Central traveled to Milan to face the Indians and the Raiders from South Ripley. East Central came away with two wins. The score was EC 99, Milan 53, South Ripley 18.Individual winners include: Mackenzie Schantz-200 Freestyle, 500 Free; Grace Crane-200 IM, 100 Free; Alexis deLong-100 Butterfly, 100 backstroke.EC won all 3 relays to bring home the victory.Both male and female AquaTrojan teams are in action on November 28 hosting their EIAC rival, Greensburg Pirates at 5:30pm.Come out and support the AquaTrojans!!!Courtesy of AquaTrojans Coach Brandon Loveless.
Lady Pirates fall to Connersville in the last conference game, 2-1.With 18 minutes of determination from both teams, Greensburg was first to score. Emily Rosales had a long shot right at the 18 mark that found the Spartans keeper way out of the goal. The Spartans did not wait long to respond. After the next six minutes of play, Connersville would be on top 2-1. The second half would be a hard-fought battle to see who could claim the next point. The Lady Pirates rallied in the final minutes and another long shot from Rasales would put hope in the air but the ball did not settle in the net leaving the final score was 2-1 with the Spartans claiming the victory.Greensburg keeper Ella Lowe had another impressive performance. Lowe saw 20 shots and managed to keep all but 2 off the scoreboard. Alaina Nobbe also managed to have two saves on goal to help the cause.This brings the Lady Pirates record to 1-10-3. Their next competition is Saturday (10/5) at Triton Central. Next week the Lady Pirates host sectionals. The draw sets up a competition between the Greensburg and Indianapolis Shortridge. They meet on the second day of sectional action at 7 p.m. on Thursday (10/10).Courtesy of Pirates Coach Ryan Morlan.