Just Keep Swimming: Fish in the Dark Extends Again on B’way

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first_img Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 1, 2015 View Comments Related Shows Audiences now have a little more time to go fish. The Broadway production of Larry David’s Fish in the Dark has extended its run once again. The show, which had previously announced an extension through July 18, will now play the Cort Theatre through August 1. The Anna D. Shapiro-helmed production currently stars Jason Alexander and Glenne Headly.The show follows a family (in the loosest sense of the word) in the aftermath of the death of their patriarch. David originated the part of Norman Drexel before passing the role on to Alexander. Alexander, a Tony winner for Jerome Robbins’ Broadway, played George Costanza—a role based on David himself—in Seinfeld.In addition to Alexander and Headly, the cast of Fish in the Dark includes Rosie Perez, Jayne Houdyshell, Ben Shenkman, Lewis J. Stadlen, Jake Cannavale, Marylouise Burke, Jerry Adler, Jenn Lyon, Jonny Orsini, Molly Ranson, Maria Elena Ramirez, Rachel Resheff, Joel Rooks, Jeff Still, Kenneth Tigar and Richard Topol. Fish in the Darklast_img read more


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first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Debapriya Mondal for the Economic Times of India:The government plans to scrap four special purpose vehicles (SPVs) set up for ultra mega power plants (UMPP) in Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Odisha due to lack of interest from the host states, a top government official has told ET. He added that as the government is focusing on UMPPs at Cheyyur in Tamil Nadu, Bedabahal in Odisha and Banka in Bihar, the other projects could take years to come up. “Keeping these running would only add to the expenditure.”While the four host states have claimed they are power surplus and do not require a plant of such large scale as of now, land acquisition has also become a hurdle for these UMPPs. “We do not have land for the Karnataka and Maharashtra projects. For the Odisha UMPP, no mine has been allotted so far,” the official said. These SPVs were set up around 2008-09 when the government launched the UMPP programme. For the Chhattisgarh UMPP at Surguja, the government initially failed to secure coal supply. Now, the state has conveyed that it does not want any such project as it has become power surplus. The Karnataka and Maharashtra projects were to be set up in coastal regions and meant to be fed on imported coal. However, the government failed to acquire any land for those and the states have also taken a backseat with the delays.Full article: Government plans to scrap four SPVs set up for UMPPs due to lack of interest from host states India Steps Back From 4 Proposed Coal-Fired Ultra Mega Power Plantslast_img read more