Shows For Days View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 23, 2015 Related Shows The complete cast is now set for Douglas Carter Beane’s Shows for Days off-Broadway. Joining the previously announced Patti LuPone, Michael Urie and Dale Soules in the Lincoln Center Theater production are Jordan Dean, Lance Coadie Williams and Zoë Winters. Performances will begin at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater on June 6. Opening night is set for June 29.Shows For Days follows 14-year-old Car (Urie), who becomes involved in community theater in Reading, Pennsylvania at the Prometheus Theatre. The theater is led by Irene (LuPone) a woman who dedicates her life to directing, designing and starring in the group’s shows. Dean, Soules, Williams and Winters will also be featured as members of the theater troupe.Dean returns to Lincoln Center after Cymbeline on Broadway and The New Century. He also appeared on the Great White Way in Mamma Mia!. Williams’ previous stage credits include BootyCandy, The Convert, Sucker Punch and Marcus or the Secret of Sweet. Winters appeared in Lincoln Center’s 4000 Miles, as well as Laugh, Much Ado About Nothing and An Octoroon.
The facility performed the operation on Tuesday, October 17, when the first LNG truck from the Polish company Duon arrived at the facility.Klaipedos Nafta carried out a small-scale technical feasibility and risk study in relation to loading LNG trucks, which defines the conditions of accepting and loading LNG trucks at LNG reloading station.Speaking of the event, Klaipedos Nafta’s CEO Mindaugas Jusius said, “the LNG reloading station will guarantee the logistic chain for the Baltic Sea Region countries and market participants while supplying gas to consumers who are not connected to the main gas pipelines.”In October and November, Litgas, Lithuanian natural gas trading company, part of Lietuvos Energia, will supply several hundred cubic meters of LNG to Duon, which means that LNG trucks will begin to constantly arrive at the LNG reloading station owned by Klaipedos Nafta. Image courtesy of Klaipedos NaftaKlaipedos Nafta’s liquefied natural gas reloading station performed the first LNG truck loading operation as the commissioning works at the facility in the port of Klaipėda.