# Meet me round corner half hour

For other uses, see Sugar Babies. Sugar Babies. Music, Jimmy McHugh. Lyrics, Dorothy Fields · Al Dubin various. Book, Ralph G. Allen Harry Rigby. Productions, Broadway Australia West End. Sugar Babies is a musical revue conceived by Ralph G. Allen and Harry Rigby, with music by Scene: Meet Me Round the Corner; Scene: Travelin'. She told me she had never had a costume made with such neat little stitches. " Meet me round the corner in a half an hour," and "Quick, hide, my husband. The Nance - Pride Films and Plays Ned is a good-looking, down on his luck young man sitting alone at a table in a Greenwich Village automat.

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Talented director and gifted Jeff Award-winning costumer John Nasca guides this excellent play, beautifully accommodating the limitations of this intimate storefront venue. In this Chicago premiere, accomplished veteran actor Vince Kracht thoroughly embodies the role of Chauncey Miles.

This actor skillfully accomplishes a most challenging feat: One, is the sometimes caring, often sarcastic, cynical gay actor; the other, is the whimsical, ridiculously effeminate stock burlesque character he plays onstage, the true star of the Irving Place Theater.

His performance stands alone, the true test of a fine actor, and the audience eagerly awaits his every new moment on stage. Kracht shares the stage with five other, equally excellent actors. Baring his body and soul in this demanding part, Kent is trusting and sensitive, caring and vulnerable in his relationship with this older, wiser man.

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The three strippers are led by the exquisite Melissa Young as a brassy, young, Sophie Tucker-inspired entertainer named Sylvie. Besides being a standout in every musical number, Ms. The technical support for this show is first-rate. Each locale is enhanced by G.

John Nasca has once again outdone himself with a vast array of gorgeous, fringed and beaded period costumes, while Brian Estep completes the effect with his stylish hair and makeup designs. Now we have this truck over here, it's approaching the same intersection on a street that is perpendicular to the street that the car is on.

And right now it is 0. And it is approaching the intersection at 30 miles per hour. Now my question to you is, what is the rate at which the distance between the car and the truck is changing?

Well to think about that, let's first just think about what we're asking. So we're asking about the distance between the car and the truck. So right at this moment, when the car is 0. The truck is traveling at 30 miles per hour towards intersection, the car is travelling at 60 miles per hour towards the intersection right at this moment.

What is the rate at which this distance right over here is changing? And just so that we have some variables in place, let's call this distance s.

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So what we really are trying to figure out is right at this moment, what is ds dt going to be equal to? Let's think about what we know that we could use to somehow come to terms or figure out what ds dt is.

Well we know the distance of the car and the intersection.

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And let's just call that distance, let's call that-- I don't know, let's call that distance y. So y is equal to 0. We also know that-- so let me write this-- we know that y is 0. We also know the dy dt, the rate at which y is changing with respect to time is what? Well y is decreasing by 60 miles per hour.

So let me write it as negative 60 miles per hour. Now similarly, let's say that this distance right over here is x. So we know that x is equal to 0. What is the rate at which x is changing with respect to time?

Well, we know it's 30 miles per hour is how fast we're approaching the intersection, but x is decreasing by 30 miles every hour. So we should say it's negative 30 miles per hour. So we know what y is. We know what x is. We know how fast y is changing, how fast x is changing with respect to time. So what we could try to do here is come up with a relationship between x, y, and s. And then differentiate that relationship with respect to time.

And it seems like we have pretty much everything we need to solve for this. So what's a relationship between x, y, and s? Well we know that this is a right triangle. The streets are perpendicular to each other. So we can use the Pythagorean theorem. We know that x squared plus y squared is going to be equal to s squared. And then we can take the derivative of both sides of this with respect to time to get a relationship between all the things that we care about.

So what's the derivative of x squared with respect to time?