The Eighth Street Players Present GODSPELL JR.’ on June 8 in Ocean City

first_imgThe Eight Street Players will musically tell the stories of John the Baptist, Jesus and Judas when they present their production of Godspell Jr. on Firday, June 8, 2018. Godspell is one of the biggest Off-Broadway and Broadway successes of all time. Based on The Gospel According to Matthew, the musical uses major episodes in the Bible – including the baptism of Jesus, the Last Supper, his arrest and crucifixion – to explore important ideas like compassion, love, forgiveness and sacrifice for the greater good.The Eighth Street players is the youth theatre company of St. Peter’s United Methodist Church. All of their shows are produced, directed, and performed by youth. The show is directed by James Craver, a 14 year old Ocean City student and the founder of St. Peter’s newly formed Eighth Street Players.  The show’s Musical Director is John Gregory Bate, St. Peter’s Choir Director at St. Peter’s and Director of The Masterworks Choir and Orchestra.The Eighth Street Players will present the MTI Broadway Junior production Godspell JR. on June 8, 2018 at 7:00 pm at St. Peter’s United Methodist Church, located at 501 E. 8th Street Ocean City, NJ 08226. Tickets cost $5 for children 12 and under and $7 for adults. Tickets available at the door.last_img read more

Closed medical facilities could reopen to help with anticipated surge of Indiana patients

first_img By Tommie Lee – April 1, 2020 0 277 Twitter Previous articleHoly Cross graduation postponed to SeptemberNext articleMichigan reports more than 1700 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday; 78 additional deaths Tommie Lee CoronavirusIndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market Pinterest Google+ WhatsApp Closed medical facilities could reopen to help with anticipated surge of Indiana patients Pinterest Twitter WhatsApp Google+ Facebook A doctor shows the lungs of Covid-19 patient on a computer screen at the MontLegia CHC hospital in Liege, Belgium, Friday, March 27, 2020. The new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms for most people, but for some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness or death. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco) Indiana health officials are expecting a spike in coronavirus cases across the state, and are preparing to open vacant hospitals.An increase in cases means more hospital visits, an the surge in patients would be overwhelming to local health departments.WSBT reports the surge, which is expected between mid-April and mid-May, has those departments seeking to make sure beds will be available. That could include the reopening of the old St. Joseph Hospital near downtown Mishawaka, which could help treat less-critical patients during a surge. The St. Joseph Health Department says a lot of work needs to be done before the facility would be ready. Facebooklast_img read more