The accusation is baseless. It has been investigated and dismissed. And Ms Klausutis widower has pleaded with Trump to cease the attack. Suffolk County police said the woman previously known as “Jane Doe No. 6” was identified through genetic genealogy technology as Valerie Mack, who also went by Melissa Taylor and was last seen in 2000 near Atlantic City, New Jersey. Determining the victim identity has brought clarity to a long running Long Island mystery that attracted national headlines, was featured on true crime TV shows and was the subject of a recent Netflix film, Police Commissioner Geraldine Hart said..
Actor Mat Hulshof presided over the festivities, a precursor to the upcoming awards gala June 22, which celebrates the best onstage in Edmonton theatres this past season.Catalyst Theatre’s Vigilante, a Jonathan Christenson creation (book, music, lyrics) produced in association with the Citadel, scooped up nominations in eight of the 24 Sterling categories, including outstanding musical and new play, with nods for Christenson’s score and musical direction, for Jan Alexandra Smith’s performance as the fierce Ma Donnelly, Narda McCarroll’s 19th century punk costumes, Beth Kates’s lighting, and Laura Krewski’s choreography.Closely behind, with seven nominations each, are the Citadel production of Playing With Fire: The Theo Fleury Story, a collaboration with Winnipeg’s Prairie Theatre Exchange, and Belinda Cornish’s new and stringent satire Category E, premired by the indie troupe The Maggie Tree. The former, which brought fake ice, bad ’80s rock, and a Zamboni girl to the Maclab Theatre, garnered nominations as outstanding production, and for director Ron Jenkins and star Shaun Smythe as the self destructive hockey superstar, as well as its team of designers. The latter, a cautionary tale set in an animal testing lab, is one of five contenders as outstanding new play and indie production, with nods as well for director Nancy McAlear, two of its supporting actors Jenna Dykes Busby and Louise Lambert, and for the lighting and striking multimedia visuals that reinvented the Varscona stage.Topped by the Citadel’s 15 nominations (which included three each for Avenue Q and the ultra farce One Man, Two Guvnors) and Theatre Network’s eight, which included two outstanding production nominees Colleen Murphy’s Armstrong’s War and Beth Graham’s The Gravitational Pull of Bernice Trimble, both directed by Bradley Moss the list is notable for the way small and large companies mingle within the categories.In addition to the two Theatre Network contenders, for example, outstanding production hopefuls include three solo shows: the Citadel’s Playing With Fire; Catalyst’s Elephant Wake, by and starring Joey Tremblay as the last resident of a small, doomed Prairie francophone town; Trevor Schmidt’s Northern Light production of The Pink Unicorn, starring Louise Lambert, in the second of her two Sterling nominations, as a conservative Texas mother whose daughter has just declared a state of gender neutrality.