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2 maintained zero population growth feral swine herds have to be reduced , experts say , by 70% annually to achieve that goal. The Arkansas feral hog eradication Task Force aims sure appropriate funding from the state legislature next year to launch an eradication awareness campaign I feral hog control handbook containing assistance programs regulations as well as contact information for hunters and trappers working to reduce and tugs on the landscape will also become available , the arrogant Cooperative Extension Service also posts are feral hog control website containing sheets and resources for land owners for was actually at large I’m Jack will and frolic .
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A man who has spent the last 26 years in an Arkansas prison is experiencing his first full day of freedom. Today a judge yesterday ordered the release of John Brown , who had been convicted in the 1998 killing and robbery of an elderly woman in 4 dice .
He then walked out of the Dallas County Jail.
The Midwest Innocence Project which appealed on Brown’s behalf , says his lawyer at the time was ineffective and corrupt and argued the state withheld potentially exculpatory evidence 3 years ago. Brown’s co-defendant confessed to committing the crimes alone in August . US District Judge Billy Roy Wilson vacated Brown’s convictions and said the state had 30 days to either release or retry him after Brown’s release he went to a restaurant to eat a hamburger and told K R K TV in Little Rock , how he felt .
Right now I’m just so happy all oil where now kind of sweet speeches , where , yes.
The attorney general’s office is appealing the decision and Brown could still be retried pending the outcome of that appeal.
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..com. The musical once has one more weekend 6 more shows tonight’s production before it closes its theater squared run the Tony and Drama Desk winner for best musical is based on the movie of the same name from 2007 about an Irish busker in Dublin and a woman , a musician herself who has relocated to Ireland from the Czech Republic over just a few days their friendship rekindled his passion for music Tuesday night before the last 4 weaker performances began the crew was testing the audio and musical instruments .
About 90 minutes before the show , the 2 leads very Dubois and Elizabeth Evans sat down in front of the stage to discuss once for their roles. Gangrene .
They have to be able to do plenty act sing play their instruments and have access.
They have been in previous productions of once Elizabeth on Broadway bury all over the country and have worked together before they both say those experiences along with direction from Amy hers bird for the T2 production allows them to feel comfortable in these demanding roles.
We spent a lot of time with a mirror director just the 3 of us in a room talking about intentions and all that kind of stuff that you do when you’re acting but we actually spent one point like know it was a couple of minutes just staring at each other’s eyes. So there’s like it . I think that our director at us do and it was , it’s an interesting exercise exercise and I would you take from that .
Yes , great. Yeah , we , we just started in into each other’s eyes and Amy assets questions about one another . I think it also helps that this is not the first show that barrier and I’ve done together so we have a friendship that we can infused into the relationship on stage that helps make it feel more real . It’s a it on its members .
Lovely house when you genuinely like the other person you know you were was in this very intimate way. It’s not always the case .
There is a lot required of your roles. You have to act . Yeah , have to sing . You have to play an instrument you have an accent . There’s a lot going on . Yeah .
Well , that’s , it’s a tough show to cast and it’s probably you know one of the reasons that as it’s going up all over the country. A lot of the same people are being pulled to do it , but which is great for our job security , but . But yeah , it’s , I mean I was lucky to be the right person at the right time to get cast in the production that I didn’t get cast in and then it’s been sort of a rolling thing since then it’s been great .
I mean it’s wonderful to have a show that leg stretches you in so many ways and calls on so many of your talents I have grown as a musician I have grown as an actor. Even though these are skills that I had initially I feel like this show really stretches you which is what makes it so fun to do over and over again you keep learning and keep getting better at it .
It’s easy to keep this one fresh because there’s different stuff every night. You know like with all those variables that you mentioned . That means that everybody it’s on stage is going to bring a slightly different show every night which it will affect your and it’s , it’s really funding to keep trash like that .
This is such an intimate space and so many instruments and so many musicians playing and.
Often there in the aisles in the crowd. Does that , does that affect you . As actors .
Oh yeah. Well I’m in this space . So I’ve I’ve . This is my 5th regional production and then I was I was on the tour that so I’ve I’ve played a lot of different kinds of spaces for the show , a huge spaces and then this is a very intimate space and especially the way we have staged with some cast members in the audience at times and stuff so and there’s good and bad to that . But the good is far outweighs the bad for me . You know you get it really when people are moved I music or a scene you really feel that from them here , whereas you might lose out in an 1800 seat space .
Yes , I mean I think that in keeping the story fresh. Every night we draw a lot from the audience and their energy and we get it so quickly here . This show is is very intimate and and it was created , originally in New York at New York Theater Workshop which is just like a 7 house . It’s really , really small cell this kind of brings this production brings it back to , like the original roots of the show , and how this story was intended to be told .
Have either of you ever been to Dublin. Yeah .
But a year and a half ago I got to go. I did it . European shipped up in Paris and London , so I spent actually spent 3 days there in Dublin . I went on to host had took that and I have lots of pictures that I , it’s really useful to recall that when when my character in the show goes south and actually while I was there some companies story but the guy Sam so you played guy on my tour the part that I play now , he was playing guy in Dublin and there they closed while I was there , so I got to see their final performance and it’s the same creative team so I got to see it . John Tiffany and and and then all the Dublin Castle . I didn’t know . So yes , I have a really special connection to this show and especially with with Dublin .
I’ve never been to Dublin or the Czech Republic.
She’s just a really good idea. I had to go experience that she’s really good you can just make you know , what do you do warm up . So you’re going to have a lot of energy , you gotta sing .
I’m very fortunate there. I’m not in the pre-show . So all the actors are .
Out in the lobby , getting the audience pumped up to do the show and introducing them to the Irish culture that they’re going to experience in the show I get to be back alone in the dressing room to kind of focus and do , just some simple vocal warm-ups. That’s about it for me . You have a more youthful and challenging .
I started off the show at the pretty.
Big number vocally so so I and other productions Guy joins in India in the pre-show in this one I don’t so I I started off on stage , playing just needling on some quieter songs and then I go into a pretty big one for me called leave so I start I do about 10 minutes a vocal warm at warm up outside. And then I I also have the pre-show that plays in my dressing room so I sing along with them out there and play the guitar . That’s how it more money .
I love how this begins because there isn’t a curtain speech at the beginning and it’s , it’s sort of fun. The way the audience reacts like , oh , we’re starting . Yeah , we like to kind .