During one scene in “Hamlet,” an actor seems to nod off, then suddenly comes to and cries: “Into the fire with the witch!” Another cast member leans over and corrects him: ” ‘Hamlet.’ ” A similarly goofy interlude in “Saint Joan,” complete with an allusion to Mufasa from “The Lion King,” is less successful.What strikes you most forcefully in both “Hamlet” and “Saint Joan,” though, is Bedlam’s fidelity to the text. For all the physical energy they bring to the plays, this is a company that cares about the meaning of the words they say, and possesses the skill to impart that meaning to the rest of us in ways we won’t soon forget. Who knows how actors do what they do, but how lucky for us that they do it..
US Senator Ron Johnson 608 240 9629 (currently a supporter of the F 35)You are invited to attend a Public Involvement Meeting for the following two upcoming projects along US 151 that are scheduled to be constructed concurrently in 2022. The next phase of the John Nolen/Williamson/Wilson/Blair intersection work is scheduled for 2022, and WisDOT now plans to resurface Blair St. From this intersection up to E.
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India did take this into account and mostly minimized debris:According to Jonathan McDowell, an astrophysicist at Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, some debris might persist for a year, but most should burn up in the atmosphere within several weeks. Brian Weeden of Secure World Foundation agreed, but warned about the possibility of some fragments getting boosted to higher orbits. US Air Force Space Command said that it was tracking 270 pieces of debris from the test, although as of 26 September only 125 objects have been catalogued. A Dutch Space Situational Awareness consultant Marco Langbroek disputed DRDO claim that the test was responsible. He said that the intercept was not “head on”, which would have minimized debris ejection to higher altitudes, but was instead conducted at an upwards angle. He added that most of the debris would be cleared within days, but some might last a year or two.But I do agree that any debris added is bad.Compared to the India test, though, the China one was much worse:This event was the second largest creation of space debris in history after Project West Ford, with more than 2,000 pieces of trackable size (golf ball size and larger) officially catalogued in the immediate aftermath, and an estimated 150,000 debris particles.