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Get an exciting inside look at the Mainstage renovation project with architect Rick Weis of Gregg, Weis & Gardner. LWT Director of Marketing & Communications Steve Scarpa leads us through the different areas of construction.( http://www.longwharf.org/ )
With pleated wood walls, a luminous red resin bar, polished concrete floors, and ample natural light, the newly redesigned lobby will refine the industrial aesthetic already present at the site, said architect Rick Wies. The exterior design, while keeping with the overall ambience of the Food Terminal property, tries to cultivate the excitement of attending live performance. “”It is a significant calling card. It is our front door,”" Wies said. “”It will be a good deal more polished. The addition to the lobby will have plenty of glass and lighting and features that are appropriate gestures for the entrance to a theatre and entertainment.”" Wies believes that the redesign of the exterior and the lobby will allow the focus to remain on production while allowing patrons to retain some creature comforts.
“THE TROUBLE WITH THE CURVE”
“The Trouble with the Curve”, due out in theaters on September 28, tells the story of an aging Atlanta Braves scout with increasingly poor eyesight who goes on a road trip with his adult daughter to investigate “green power hitter” Bo Gentry (played by newcomer Joe Massingill). Timberlake plays a rival scout named Johnny who has a friendly history with Eastwood’s character Gus, the man who scouted him when he was a baseball player.
Johnny helps facilitate between Gus and his daughter, and of course develops an interest in her as well. According to EW, Gus is not pleased about their relationship, but that’s only the tip of the iceberg in this emotional baseball drama.
Reposted from MTV movie blog ( http://moviesblog.mtv.com/2012/07/27/clint-eastwood-justin-timberlake-trouble-with-the-curve/ )