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Examples of "scatliffe"
Scatliffe grew up in Westwood, New Jersey, and is the youngest of five children. He attended Westwood High School. Scatliffe did not have an interest in theatre until his school's drama teacher convinced him to begin performing as she saw that he had natural talent. After high school, Scatliffe attended Bergen Community College in Paramus, New Jersey, and then attended the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York for two years.
In 2012, producer Robert Christianson cast Scatliffe in "A Christmas Carol: The Concert.," an original adaptation of the Dickens classic tale, with music by Christianson and lyrics by Alisa Klein Hauser. Scatliffe played Marley's Ghost, the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future, and other assorted roles. Scatliffe reprised the role in HMS Media's 2013 national PBS special of the production, which was executive produced by Christianson and also starred E. Faye Butler, Michael Aaron Lindner, Scott Coulter and Arya Daire.
Karl Scatliffe (born 4 May 1967, Road Town, Tortola) is an athlete who represented the British Virgin Islands.
The Hon. Ingrid Moses-Scatliffe was elected Speaker of the House on 14 September 2007. The official record is Hansard.
Scatliffe competed in the high jump at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, he jumped 2.10 metres in the qualifying round and finished 21st in his pool and 39th overall so didn't qualify for the final.
Ingrid Moses-Scatliffe (born October 20, 1969) is a lawyer and politician in the British Virgin Islands. She has served as Speaker of the House of Assembly of the British Virgin Islands since December 2011.
The Encores! staged concert opened on February 8, 2017 and runs to February 12, 2017. The production is directed by Lear deBessonet and stars Kyle Scatliffe as Jim, Nicholas Barasch as Huckleberry Finn, Christopher Sieber as the Duke, Lauren Worsham as Mary Jane Wilkes and David Pittu as The King.
With the recommendation from an AMDA professor, Scatliffe quickly booked his first professional part in Disney's "Aida" at the Coastal Carolina Arts Center. Afterwards, he appeared in regional productions of "Oklahoma!" and "Ragtime," as well as performing in various roles on Disney Cruise Lines.
Kyle Scatliffe is an American stage actor best known for playing Enjolras in the 2014 Broadway revival of "Les Misérables", and Harpo in the 2015 Broadway Revival of "The Color Purple". He was nominated for a Laurence Olivier Award in 2014 for his performance in "The Scottsboro Boys."
He performed with the show from its opening in March 2014 to early 2015. Soon after his run in "Les Misérables" was completed, Scatliffe began rehearsing for the role of Harpo in the 2015 Broadway Revival of "The Color Purple" at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre. He remained with the show until its closing on January 8, 2017.
Moses-Scatliffe received a BSc in Computer Information Systems from Saint Augustine's College in the United States, a LLB from the University of Wolverhampton in England and a Bar Vocational Course Post Graduate Diploma and a LLM from the Inns of Court School of Law in England. In 2006, she was admitted to the Bar of England and Wales by the Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn and to the Bar of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court in the Territory of the Virgin Islands. Prior to studying law, Moses-Scatliffe was employed as Head of Operations by Barclays in the British Virgin Islands. From 2007 to 2009, she was Chief Registrar of Lands for the British Virgin Islands. She is managing partner at the British Virgin Islands office of the law firm Travers Thorp Alberga.
He married the former Claudia Frett, a retired school principal, and was the father of four children, Bertrand Lettsome, Baines Bradley Lettsome (deceased), Brenda Lettsome-Tye, and Constance Scatliffe. His son Bertrand is the BVI Government's Chief Conservation and Fisheries Officer. Lettsome received his early education at Long Look Infant School and East End Methodist School. Lettsome became a Methodist preacher in 1956. He also worked as a fisherman, farmer, photographer, contractor and entrepreneur, both locally and overseas.
In 2013, Scatliffe was cast as the leading role of Haywood Patterson in the West End Production of "The Scottsboro Boys". He received a Laurence Olivier Award nomination for Best Actor in a Musical for his performance. While starring in the show, producer Cameron Mackintosh saw Scatliffe's performance, and requested that he audition for the role of the failed revolutionary leader, Enjolras, in the upcoming Broadway revival of "Les Misérables." Scatliffe's audition was conducted on the stage of the Queen's Theatre, which is home to the currently running West End production of "Les Misérables".
A producer of the Broadway production, Catherine Schreiber, brought The Scottsboro Boys to The Young Vic in London. The production recreated the 12 time Tony nominated Broadway production. It opened October 18, 2013 with Stroman directing. In January 2014 the Catherine Schreiber/Young Vic production received the Peter Hepple award for Best Musical, from The Critics' Circle. The production sold out, receiving "glowing" reviews. The show was nominated for 6 Olivier Awards in 2014 including Mastercard Best New Musical, Best Director Susan Stroman, Best Theatre Choreographer Susan Stroman , Outstanding Achievement in Music Fred Ebb and John Kander , Best Actor Kyle Scatliffe , Best Performance in a Supporting Role in a Musical Colman Domingo,
Baranowsky's music was not used for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita versions, as he "no longer [had] a working relationship with Team Meat" and they could not agree on licensing terms. Instead, those versions of the game feature a soundtrack composed by Ridiculon (Matthias Bossi and Jon Evans), David "Scattle" Scatliffe, and Laura Shigihara, who have previously worked on games such as "", "Hotline Miami", and "Plants vs. Zombies" respectively. A soundtrack album for the new music, titled "Songs in the Key of Meat: Music from SMB 5th Anniversary", was released on Bandcamp on October 6, 2015.
The House of Assembly in the BVI consists of 14 house representatives (The governor, 4 at-large, and 1 representative for each of the 9 districts). Cabinet consists of four. Whilst still under the English rule, the queen appoints a governor. The current governor is His Excellency John S. Duncan, who is the head of cabinet in the BVI. The House of Assembly is run by the Speaker of the House, Hon. Ingrid Moses Scatliffe. The deputy governor, is Mrs. Vivian Inez Archibald, the premiere is Dr. Hon. D. Orlando Smith, OBE. The National Democratic Party (NDP) has been in office for its second straight term now. (2011-present) The Virgin Islands Party (VIP) was in office for the four years before that. The party that rules over the house is determined by if that party has 7 or more seats in the house.
Amaro was born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and raised on Tortola, British Virgin Islands since the age of three. Amaro was sent to the British Virgin Islands to live with her grandmother Catherine, after her parents Hipolito Amaro and Debra Sylvester Amaro felt they did not have the means to provide for her. Amaro would only see her parents during summer vacations and Christmas breaks. She also has two brothers, Mark and Mike, and a younger sister named Maya. Her mother Debra recalls that when her daughter was about six months old, she would get up at around two o'clock in the morning and would start singing in her crib. Furthermore, from an early age, Amaro would sing around her house using a hairbrush as a microphone. Melanie realized she fell in love with singing and acting at around age eleven, and credits her mother for pushing her to follow her singing dreams. Amaro never entered any singing competitions as a child, but performed at weddings, churches, and other events. Melanie attended the Althea Scatliffe Primary School and later went on to Elmore Stout high school, formerly known as BVI high school. Melanie moved to Florida when she was 15, and graduated from Plantation High School in 2010. In March 2012, her high school chorus teacher, Gary Rivenbark, whom Amaro credits with the help of shaping her voice, died of lymphoma at age 48.