Kinytech Outdoor TV Enclosure – Creates a great Outdoor Home Theater Entertainment.

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Los Angeles, CA ( TS Newswire ) — 27 Sep 2020

Creating a TV or movie watching environments in your garden is becoming more and more popular. Many families spend time outside with their kids & friends through the spring, summer, autumn, even winter with some favorite garden furniture. But how to make full use of the best season is a big challenge. The children are at home and want to invite their friends here on holiday. There will be a swimming pool in your backyard, or you can barbecue outdoors. So far, when you have a barbecue in the open air, most of us still have to go back to the house to watch our favorite TV shows, sports, or games.

Well, Kinytech outdoor TV enclosure and outdoor projector enclosure which can help you move out home TV and projector outside without any damages by the rains, dust, bugs and theft, etc.. It can let you rest assured to put the TV and projector outside. By getting this protective enclosure will help you fulfill all your needs. Your challenge would be to design a waterproof TV or project enclosure that can withstand or resist all such problems. Each and every part of the outdoor enclosure must be made in such a way so that it also prevents corrosion. Hence, it is very important for you to choose the right material for your entertainment enclosures. You have to consider the following things before you decide the material for such enclosures and you will always feel good because you had taken it.

Why choose Kinytech outdoor TV Enclosure and outdoor projector enclosure?

When you are searching Outdoor TV Enclosure in the internet, you will certainly see Kinytech because it is one of the most trusted brands in the world, many people have used it and have given satisfied feedback. Many families have moved indoor activities to the outdoors, enjoying the natural beauty of the outdoors.

Kinytech Outdoor projector enclosure is designed and developed for outdoors, suitable for most of indoor projector. It’s ideal for residential and industrial. The tightly sealing systems and connections provide complete protection for projector from dust, water, humidity and bugs. This enclosure protects from corrosion due to rain, humidity, condensation, and the moisture from inside & outside but it is also allow the airflow for cooling and sound out.

What are the reasons to choose it?

Here are some reasons to tell why many people prefer to buy Kinytech enclosures.

Acceptable prices

Customers prefer to buy Kinytech outdoor TV cabinet is because of the reasonable price. Using a TV enclosure to protect any of your flat home TV is much cheaper than an outdoor TV. And you can change your TV as you like.The best option may come down to affordability.

Unique Design & Layout

Kinytech outdoor TV enclosure works for Plasma, HD screens and LED LCD

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‘The bathroom conversations are now open’: Bay Area artists react to call for change in theater

Director Lauren Spencer works during a rehearsal for “Black Butterflies” at American Conservatory Theater. Spencer is among those not surprised by an online posting about the experiences of people of color in theater. Photo: Michael Macor, The Chronicle 2017

If any white people were surprised by the depth and length of “The Living Document of BIPOC Experiences in Bay Area Theater,” local artists of color weren’t.

When actor, activist and teaching artist Lauren Spencer read the document, she thought, “I guess all the bathroom conversations are now open. So many incidents in that document I knew about.” It reminded her of the candid conversations she’s had often with fellow artists of color about racism in the industry, only now, not behind closed doors.

“There was a sense of sunshine, it pouring over the valley,” which “felt like a relief, a little bit,” she says.

People of color in Bay Area theater demand bold steps toward racial justice in online documents

Others felt it could have gone even further.

“I was honestly surprised there wasn’t more stories of racism,” says Baruch Porras-Hernandez, a writer, performer and stand-up comedian. “When I was trying to work as an actor full time, back around the 2006-ish years, I remember there being absolutely no room for these type of conversations. It was looked down upon. Even bringing it up was considered dangerous by most actors of color. You could be labeled ‘difficult’ and have your ability to get work completely disappear.”

San Francisco Mime Troupe member Velina Brown says the online document reveals how people are afraid to speak up. Photo: Nick Otto, Special to The Chronicle

For San Francisco Mime Troupe member Velina Brown, the “Living Document” demonstrates how “people are afraid to say in the moment, ‘This is not OK.’” It suggests that workers get shut down when they try to speak out. She sees the document as the consequence of getting dismissed over and over: “Those feelings don’t go away,” she says.

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Marin Theatre Company’s Artistic director Jasson Minadakis (left) and playwright Thomas Bradshaw (right) watch actor Mark Anderson Philips during rehearsal of “Thomas and Sally.” The director and playwright were criticized for their handling of the play. Photo: Liz Hafalia, The Chronicle 2017

Some local white theater leaders say this document and others circulating online have influenced their companies’ plans.

Marin Theatre Company was mentioned in the “Living Document” and a June 13 statement from a “Coalition of Black Women Professional Theatre Makers in the Bay Area, California.” Both cited its controversial 2017 world premiere of “Thomas and Sally,” Thomas Bradshaw’s play imagining the relationship between Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings, the slave who bore him six children.

The coalition’s statement says Marin Theatre Company failed to follow through on commitments made in 2017: “At that time, they agreed to take accountability for the harmful impacts of their commissioning, development, and production of ‘Thomas and Sally’ by Thomas Bradshaw, and for their responses to gentle and rigorous questioning

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This has five fireplaces, gentlemen’s room, theater

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This River Ranch home, with 6,465 square feet, is designed to entertain, with a gentlemen’s room, in-home theater and a full outside kitchen.

The home, located at 906 Richland Avenue, has 6 bedrooms, 5 full bathrooms and two half baths, is on the market for $2,565,000. 

The foyer is paired by a formal living, with a fireplace, and a formal dining room. 

Gourmet kitchen with professional appliances, large island, separate breakfast room and large keeping room.

Details throughout the mansion include antique beams, bricked wall, custom drapery, and stunning ceiling treatments. The home also boasts five fireplaces. 

The home also has a wine cellar, a gentlemen’s room, and a theater room.

Master bedroom suite features a fireplace, views of the pool, and a stunning master bath with a steam shower and separate closets.

Upstairs is a children’s suite, with room for a game area. The guest suite is also has its own private bath.

Outside, the full kitchen is next to outside seating with a fireplace. The pool also has a hot tub and fountains. 

The car garage is paired with a a golf cart garage.

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THE MUSIC MAN Prepares for Broadway’s Return at the Winter Garden Theater

Preview performances of The Music Man are set to begin on Wednesday, April 7, 2021, with opening night scheduled for Thursday, May 20.

Broadway just got a little bit brighter! The marquee for The Music Man is now up at the Winter Garden Theatre. Starring two-time Tony Award®, Grammy Award®, and Emmy Award®-winning star Hugh Jackman as Professor Harold Hill, and also starring two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster as Marian Paroo, preview performances of The Music Man are set to begin on Wednesday, April 7, 2021, with Opening Night scheduled for Thursday, May 20. Rehearsals are set to commence on Monday, February 8.

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The production, directed by four-time Tony Award winner Jerry Zaks, with choreography by Tony Award winner Warren Carlyle, will also star Tony Award winner Jayne Houdyshell as Mrs. Shinn, Tony Award winner Jefferson Mays as Mayor Shinn, Tony Award winner Marie Mullen as Mrs. Paroo, and Tony Award winner Shuler Hensley as Marcellus Washburn.

One of the most universally cherished treasures of the American musical theater, The Music Man was an instant smash hit when it premiered on Broadway on December 19, 1957. It went on to win five Tony Awards, including the prize for Best Musical, and ran for 1,375 performances. The original cast album held the number one position on the Billboard charts and stayed on the album charts for 245 weeks. The recording won the first-ever Grammy Award for Best Original Cast Album. The Smithsonian Institution ranks The Music Man as one of the “great glories of American popular culture.”

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French country estate has outdoor kitchen, theater

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French country architecture meets luxurious and timeless masterpiece with this mansion, boasting a theater, game room, and luxury outdoor kitchen. 

The mansion, located at 216 Princeton Woods Loop, has 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, with 4,434 square feet, and is listed for $949,900. 

Walking through the front double doors into the foyer, 12 foot ceilings and antique pine flooring throughout lead to an unbelievable living area with custom drapes. French country architecture meets luxurious and timeless masterpiece with this River Ranch mansion, boasting a theatre room, game room, and luxury outdoor kitchen. (Photo: Parish Pix)

Walking through the front double doors into the foyer, 12 foot ceilings and antique pine flooring throughout lead to an unbelievable living area with custom drapes.

The kitchen has white macaubas natural quartzite countertops, backsplash, and custom cabinetry throughout with top of the line Dacor Brand stainless steel appliances including a pot filler, gas range and oven, built in refrigerator, wall oven and microwave.

The mansion has updated designer-end light fixtures, hardware throughout and interior has been completely repainted.

Off of the kitchen there is a second living area and breakfast nook overlooking outside into the gorgeous courtyard and backyard oasis. The home has been updated with all new windows so natural lighting can spread throughout. 

The theatere room is decked out, giving the complete surround sound theater feel. Upstairs there is a huge landing zone perfect for a play area or reading nook.

The opulent master suite is truly a dream, with the space anyone desires and French double doors overlooking the courtyard. 

Outside, the newly added outdoor kitchen is paired with the striking brick patio, custom outdoor fireplace and beautiful granite slab countertops. The outdoor kitchen also has top of the line stainless steel gas grill, griddle, and outdoor refrigerator.

The large yard is perfect to add a pool, with newly added lush landscaping throughout the front and backyard with underground drainage built in.

More luxury real estate: Mansion features oversized tree house, giant oaks, mosquito misting, and complete game room

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