Scott J. Campbell photographed by Caitlin McNaney for Broadway.com at Paramount Hotel Show Closed This production ended its run on Oct. 27, 2019 Age: 29Hometown: Waterloo, Ontario, CanadaCurrent Role: Gerry Goffin, Carole King’s talented but troubled first husband and songwriting partner in the Tony-nominated bio-musical Beautiful.Stage & Screen Cred: Campbell made his Broadway debut as a swing in Jersey Boys and appeared in the national tour of American Idiot alongside Jake Epstein, who originated the role of Gerry Goffin in Beautiful.“I was a big water polo enthusiast in high school. Water polo is vicious. You better hang onto your Speedo, because people will try and rip it off you!”“Growing up in Waterloo was like growing up in Silicon Valley North. It was home to Research in Motion, who created the Blackberry—which is still a phone! It’s still a thing.”“I’ve tried my hand at a lot of different jobs. I was a pizza delivery guy, a gas station attendant, a household mover, a manual laborer, a personal trainer, a waiter, a telemarketer and a phone salesperson. But acting is the one that feels the best.”“Jake Epstein and I are buddies, so I was really happy for him when he first got the role in Beautiful, but I auditioned on tape for the workshop and again for the pre-Broadway run. There’s something about this role, about Gerry Goffin and this piece that really resonates with me.”“The first time I saw Beautiful was after I was already cast—after I had already moved to New York for the show! I remember coming into town and trying to see it with my mom during Tony nominations, but there was no way to get a ticket.”“Gerry Goffin is survived by a lot of loved ones who really care for him, and this role means a great deal to a lot of people, including myself. I’m playing a historical figure, so it’s important to me to do so with respect, dignity and truth.” Beautiful: The Carole King Musical Related Shows View Comments
Share 8 Views no discussions Sharing is caring! Secretary General says the development of rural women in the Caribbean threatened by gender-based violence.ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – The CARICOM Secretariat will soon publish the findings of the report Youth, Masculinities and Violence in the Caribbean.This was disclosed by CARICOM Secretary General, Irwin LaRocque during his message to mark International Women’s Day, under the theme Empower Rural Women – End Hunger and Poverty, yesterday.The report was prepared by CARICOM Advocate for Gender Justice, Dr. Rosina Wiltshire, who has co-ordinated research in several Member States to gather the data.LaRocque said the development of rural women in the Caribbean was threatened by gender-based violence. “There is a pressing need to engage young women and men, girls and boys in advancing gender equality and eliminating and preventing all forms of violence against women and girls,” he said.He added that rural women constituted one-fourth of the world’s population, and stressed that if they were granted equal access to productive resources, agricultural yields, the number of chronically hungry people could be reduced between 100 and 150 million.The Secretary-General said rural women accounted for a great portion of the agricultural labour force, and produced the majority of the food grown.He added the Secretariat also launched its public campaign products produced during a workshop in Suriname last year. That will see 15 artists from Belize, Guyana and Suriname blending their voices to the global campaign led by the United Nations Secretary-General to end violence against women.“They produced public service announcements, jingles, a calypso and a documentary on sexual, psychological and physical violence and we are pleased to share these with Member States of the Community,” he said, noting the project was sponsored by UN Women. Caribbean 360 News Share NewsRegional CARICOM head makes plea for equal rights for women by: – March 10, 2012 Tweet Share
GREENDALE – Local authorities are reminding citizens that an IRS scam that first appeared in Indiana last month is still something worth knowing about.The phone scam involves a caller impersonating an IRS representative demanding immediate payments with pre-paid debit cards and wire transfers. The caller often claims the victim owes thousands of dollars in overdue taxes.Greendale Police have been receiving multiple calls regarding this type of scam.Sgt. Kevin Turner with the Greendale Police offers some tips to protect you in the event you receive a similar phone call:Most of the numbers reported to the Greendale Police show a 202 area code. This is a spoof of the Washington, DC area code.The person will often have a foreign accent.The person will threaten to close bank accounts, seize you home, or file a warrant. The IRS does not have authority to issue a warrant or seize belongings without a hearing.The IRS does not settle a debt by pre-paid card.In several instances the agent uses the identity of Kevin Anderson.They may call multiple times.They use pressure tactics and may even curse at you. An IRS agent would be in hot water by using that type of language.Sgt. Turner says, “These scammers are often working overseas or across North American International borders. They are hard to identify and catch. The best defense is to ignore the calls or hang up immediately.”If you feel that you have been a victim of a scam contact the Treasury Inspector General on the web here.
COMMENT Devika Pawar First Published: 8th October, 2019 13:35 IST Ajith Kumar completes more than 100 touch points overall and in PKL 2019. Ajith Kumar scores his fifth Super 10 for PKL 2019. Ran Singh completed 100 raid points overall. Written By Last Updated: 8th October, 2019 13:35 IST PKL 2019: Tamil Thalaivas End Winless Streak By Beating Pink Panthers Tamil Thalaivas ended their fourteen-match winless streak by defeating Jaipur Pink Panthers 35-33 on Monday, October 7. Here are the match highlights. Jaipur Pink Panthers tried to close the gap in the second half. However, Ajith Kumar continued to raid successfully. After Rahul Chaudhari and Ajith Kumar’s successful raids, Tamil Thalaivas had a 32-28 lead with two minutes left for the game to end. With seconds left to go, Guman Singh delivered a super raid for Jaipur Pink Panthers, reducing the score difference to two points. The game was down to a one-point lead by Tamil Thalaivas, but a self-out by Nilesh Salunke in Jaipur’s last raid gave the win to Tamil Thalaivas, ending their fourteen-match winless streak.Also read | PKL 2019: Resilient Jaipur Pink Panthers Beat Bengaluru Bulls Tamil Thalaivas beat Jaipur Pink Panthers 35-33 on Monday, October 7 in PKL 2019’s 127th match. The match was held at Shaheed Vijay Singh Pathik Sports Complex, Greater Noida. It was their first win after defeating Gujarat Fortunegiants on August 10. Both Tamil Thalaivas and Jaipur Pink Panthers did not qualify for the PKL 2019 playoffs. LIVE TV PKL 2019: Tamil Thalaivas vs Jaipur Pink Panthers milestones FOLLOW US SUBSCRIBE TO US Also read | PKL 2019: Gujarat End Pro Kabaddi Campaign With A Big Win Over TitansPKL 2019: Tamil Thalaivas vs Jaipur Pink Panthers match reportThe first half was equally matched with back-to-back raids from both Jaipur Pink Panthers and Tamil Thalaivas. Jaipur took a momentary lead, but Himanshu’s two-point raid and a Super Tackle from Sagar helped Thalaivas dissolve the score difference. Ajith Kumar impressed the audience with his raiding. Tamil Thalaivas gained 19-14 lead over Pink Panthers as the first half came to an end. Also read | PKL 2019: Tamil Thalaivas Vs U Mumba Match Result, Highlights WATCH US LIVE Also read | PKL 2019: Pardeep Narwal Scores 302 Raid Points, Overtakes Sehrawat