first_imgThere’s only five days left until the Heathers rule the cafeteria at New World Stages, and we’ve got a sneak peek at this awesome (or should we say…very) new poster for the wacky new musical comedy. Based on the 1988 cult classic, the new off-Broadway tuner by Laurence O’Keefe and Kevin Murphy is just as irreverent and zany as the original movie—and yes, there’s a song called “My Dead Gay Son.” Directed by Andy Fickman, Heathers features Barrett Wilbert Weed as Veronica, Ryan McCartan as her murderous boyfriend J.D. and Jessica Keenan Wynn, Elle McLemore and Alice Lee as Heather, Heather and Heather, respectively. Check out the new poster before the queens of mean take over on March 15! View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 4, 2014 Heathers: The Musical Related Showslast_img read more


first_imgThe U-20 soccer World Cup is to be held from May 23 to June 22 next year in six cities across Indonesia. The country was selected to host the games in October last year, beating contenders Brazil and Peru.Read also: Jokowi offers 10 stadiums for Under-20 World Cup. FIFA wants fourThe PSSI chairman said he had previously inspected six candidate cities, namely Bandung in West Java, Surakarta in Central Java, Yogyakarta, Surabaya in East Java, Palembang in South Sumatra and Pekanbaru in Riau.Iriawan is also expected to inspect other cities and regions, namely Jakarta and West Java’s Bekasi, as well as Bogor and Bali. Youth and Sports Minister Zainudin Amali said the ministry would keep coordinating with other ministries and institutions regarding the competition preparations.”Our nation’s name is at stake here because this is a rare opportunity. We might not be able to experience this again in 30 years,” Zainudin said. Regarding Indonesia’s national soccer team, Iriawan said the Indonesia U-20 squad would train in Germany or Spain. The team would also have friendly matches against teams from other countries. The government and the Soccer Association of Indonesia (PSSI) plan to establish the Indonesia FIFA U-20 World Cup Organizing Committee (INAFOC) to accelerate the necessary preparations for the upcoming 2021 U-20 soccer World Cup.“PSSI and FIFA will announce six cities selected to host the competition by early March,” PSSI chairman Mochammad Iriawan said in a statement on Friday.He added that the association needed to announce the cities as soon as possible, as the Public Works and Housing Ministry needed certainty where work would be needed. The ministry is tasked with improving the selected cities’ infrastructure for the competition. center_img Topics :last_img read more


first_img “Stevie was like us all – we all hurt,” he said when asked whether he had needed to lift his captain’s spirits this week. “Obviously it was a big game. Steven played really well but he was just unfortunate to make the slip and Demba Ba went through and finished really well. “Steven is a guy who has picked himself up over many years after disappointments and he will do it again. “He’s a really good man. I think it’s been a bit over-analysed as well – the guy slipped, which can happen to anyone. Unfortunately it led to the goal and that was a big factor in the game. “However, it happens and we move on.” Last weekend’s defeat took the title destiny out of Liverpool’s hands and made Manchester City favourites as they are only three points behind with a match in hand and a superior goal difference. The Reds still lead the Premier League by two points from Chelsea but find themselves in the unusual position of needing near-neighbours Everton to do them a favour when Manuel Pellegrini’s side visit Goodison Park on Saturday evening. “City have a really tough game against Everton and I’ve read one or two bits about Everton not wanting to do Liverpool a favour,” added Rodgers, whose side do not play until Monday at Crystal Palace. Press Association Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers believes there has been too much focus on Steven Gerrard’s slip in last week’s defeat to Chelsea and says the captain should in no way be held accountable. The Reds lost 2-0 at home to the Blues in a match where the opponents blunted any attacking threat with a blanket defence and capitalised on a mistake by the Reds captain to score the crucial opening goal. Gerrard’s slip just inside his own half, presenting Demba Ba with a clear run on goal, has been the subject of much analysis and numerous jokes and comments on social media and beyond, but Rodgers attaches no blame to the England international. “Make no mistake, Everton in their own right are a great club who have done well this year, particularly at home, and they are fighting for a Champions League position. “They have fantastic players who can get a result. I’ll probably watch the game. I’m not one of these who says they will be on a golf course. “I love football and I watch every type of game so I am sure I will be watching it somewhere. “Everton have their own reasons to do their own job. They won’t need many more supporters than they already have. “Of course Everton v Manchester City is a tough game and City have found it difficult there over the last number of years. “I think most people will look at us because we still have to do our job. “For us the focus is on ourselves because we can’t rely on anyone. We have to do our own job, and our job is to get three points at Crystal Palace. “Anything other than that is not worth worrying about to be honest. I will focus on Liverpool and Liverpool only.” last_img read more