Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man Sets Final Off-Broadway Performance Date

first_img View Comments “Sex Tips” star Grant MacDermott(Photo: Emilio Madrid-Kuser) Sex Tips For Straight Women From a Gay Man Related Showscenter_img Matt Murphy’s long-running off-Broadway comedy Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man will end its New York City run on June 23, 2018 at the 777 Theatre. The show began previews on January 22, 2014 and officially opened on February 9, 2014.”On behalf of our incredibly talented company of actors, crew and creative team members, I’d like to thank New Yorkers for embracing our uniquely interactive and upbeat brand of comedy for the past four and a half years,” said Murphy.Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man is based on the 1997 self-help book by Dan Anderson and Maggie Berman. The theatrical production, directed by Tim Drucker, currently stars Kate Gunther as Robyn, Anthony Capuano as Stefan and Grant MacDermott—who has been with the show for the duration of the run—as Dan.Sex Tips features scenic design by Luke Cantarella, costume design by Tilly Grimes, lighting design by Brian Tovar and video/sound design by Randy Blair. Show Closed This production ended its run on June 23, 2018last_img read more

World’s First Truly Flat Satellite Antenna for Mobile Connectivity

first_img Electronic RF beam-steering in manual or automatic modes with polarization selection and angle control, with absolutely no moving parts. Satellite auto-acquisition and tracking with communication through a standardized application programming interface (API). Weather-facing flat radome eliminating the bulky legacy radome, reducing weight and complexity for easy maintenance and installation. Supports transmit and receive operations on a single aperture with low power consumption. Kymeta recently introduced the world’s first, electronically scanned satellite antenna that can be used extensively across mobile and fixed platforms. The mTennau7 will begin commercial trials in May and Kymeta has taking commercial reservations for the satellite antenna and KyWay terminal.The Kymeta mTenna technology, replaces traditional satellite dish technology with light, thin, software-steered antennas specifically designed for mobile communications. The satellite industry has been waiting for an electronically steered antenna to bring the massive capacity available via satellite to the mobile communications market. This is the first time a technology with this capability will be available in the market. High-throughput connectivity will now be available to a broad range of markets including maritime, rail, VIP and Civilian Armored Vehicles (CAV), energy and more.Kymeta mTenna technology delivers a low profile, lightweight, small footprint, metamaterials based Ku-band antenna with several advanced features including:last_img read more