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Matthew Broderick Will Return to Broadway in Sylvia

first_img View Comments Sylvia Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 3, 2016 Tony winner Matthew Broderick has been tapped to join the already starry cast of A.R. Gurney’s Sylvia as new dog owner Greg. The production will also star Tony winners Annaleigh Ashford and Julie White, as well as Robert Sella. Directed by Daniel Sullivan, performances are now scheduled to begin slightly later than first announced, on October 2 at the Cort Theatre. The production will officially open on October 27.Broderick last appeared on Broadway in It’s Only a Play, opposite his The Producers co-star Nathan Lane, and won Tonys for his performances in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and Brighton Beach Memoirs. Broderick’s also appeared on the Great White Way in Nice Work If You Can Get It, The Philanthropist, The Odd Couple (again, opposite Lane) and Biloxi Blues. He’s perhaps known most on screen for Ferris Bueller’s Day Off; his additional film credits include The Lion King and Godzilla.In Sylvia, the world of a middle-aged New York couple is turned topsy-turvy when the husband (Broderick) brings home an exceptionally engaging canine (Ashford) running loose in Central Park. The original 1995 off-Broadway production starred Broderick’s wife, Sarah Jessica Parker. This production marks the show’s Broadway premiere.The production will feature scenic design by David Rockwell, costume design by Ann Roth and lighting design by Japhy Weideman.last_img read more

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ATP Cup: Unbeaten Serbia through to quarters

first_img Read Also:Australian Open: Sharapova says there’s still a lot of fire amid wildcard offer “Sydney’s got a big Serbian community, hopefully the support can be as good as it was here, even better. “It’s a team competition, it’s how I personally treat it, and that’s how it feels for all of us, so having that journey through various places in Australia together feels like a World Cup to us a little bit.” Promoted ContentWorld’s Most Delicious Foods8 Fascinating Facts About CoffeeThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneDid You Know There’s A Black Hole In The Milky Way?7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black HolesThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More10 Most Evil Female Characters In Disney MoviesWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This DayNothing Compares To Stargazing Places Around The World Serbian superstar Novak Djokovic said Wednesday that the ATP Cup was the ideal preparation for his bid to win an eighth Australian Open crown. Speaking after Serbia beat Chile 2-1 to remain unbeaten after the round-robin stage, Djokovic said he wasn’t fazed by having to play three top players in a row to start the season. Novak Djokovic says the ongoing ATP Cup was providing ideal preparation for the forthcoming Australian Open Djokovic made it three singles wins from three with a 6-3, 6-3 win over Cristian Garin, the world number 33, to win the tie for Serbia after Dusan Lajovic earlier beat Nicolas Jarry 6-2, 7-6 (7⁄2). Jarry and Alejandro Tabilo salvaged some pride for Chile when they beat Viktor Troicki and Nikola Cacic in the doubles 6-3, 7-6 (7⁄2). “I’ve never minded, to be honest, to face tough adversity from the blocks and have high-intensity matches from day one of the season,” Djokovic, a 16-time grand slam winner, said. “I had Kevin Anderson who was playing some extraordinary tennis. I thought it was the toughest match I’ve played here in Brisbane. “And again against (Gael) Monfils, even though it was straight sets, it was still a lot of rallies and it was quite long and exhausting. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img “I really am really happy with the challenges that I’ve had in the last six, seven days here, and hopefully that can allow me to build my form for Sydney and Melbourne later.” Serbia now travel to Sydney, where they will take on the eighth-ranked team in the quarter-finals and Djokovic said he expected to have even more support from Serbian fans there than in Brisbane. “I’m enjoying it – I enjoy the fact that we will actually go to a different city together, travel today, practice there tomorrow, play in a different environment,” he said. Loading… last_img read more

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Duke basketball 2019-20: 3 questions the Blue Devils need to answer

first_img Big 12/SEC Challenge 2020 tipoff times: UK at Texas Tech, Tennessee at KU top Jan. 25 slate But how do the Blue Devils want to get their guys in the right spot? Getting out and running in transition is a given with the Blue Devils’ personnel, and coach Mike Krzyzewski is the perfect guy to figure out how the pieces fit together. Nevertheless, every college team has problems to solve before it can contend for a national championship, and Duke has plenty of its own.Here are three questions the Blue Devils need to answer in 2019-20:Where do they get their shooting?It’s no secret Duke was horrendous from beyond the arc last season. It shot just 30.8% from range, which is the worst mark in the school’s history. At least since the NCAA introduced the stat in 1987. Related News On the bright side, the Blue Devils had one of college basketball’s most efficient players in Zion Williamson, who made 68% of his attempts from the field. Vernon Carey is an elite prospect, but it’s unlikely he can replicate Williamson’s 22.6 points per game while shooting at such a high clip. If he could, that would certainly help floor spacing.Duke’s most notable returner is Tre Jones, who shot 26.2% from deep in 2018-19. He is one the nation’s best on-ball defenders, but teams clearly keyed in on his inability to knock down shots from the outside.The Blue Devils added two uber athletic wings in freshmen Cassius Stanley and Wendell Moore, but neither is known for shooting prowess. However their other top-flight first-year recruit Matthew Hurt is heralded as an elite shooter at 6-8. Junior guard Alex O’Connell can also give Duke hope though.Players often improve over the offseason, but this seems like a glaring weakness right now.Who should pair with Jones in the backcourt?There are really three possible answers to this question. The options are Stanley, Moore and O’Connell.Stanley is probably lowest on the totem pole at this point. He’s mostly labeled as a ridiculously explosive wing with a high ceiling. He could blow by expectations like Williamson did, but that would be very surprising. It really might come down to him developing a reliable midrange jumper at the least, or maybe improving as an aggressive slasher.Moore is long at 6-6 and is a huge plus on defense with his 6-11 wingspan. He’s also been known to initiate offenses as a ball handler. Alongside Jones, the two could form one of the better defensive backcourts in basketball. But again, lack of shooting will be huge for this team.Then there’s O’Connell, a career 41.6% career shooter from deep who can defend multiple positions and score from all three levels. He wasn’t a highly touted recruit like the other choices and might not have as high of a ceiling, but he’s played meaningful basketball with a great team and has experience partnering with Jones.It’ll be interesting to see what the final decision is here.What’s the focal point of the offense?Last year’s team capitalized on Barrett’s 6-7 frame and utilized him as a playmaker and aggressive driver. When that didn’t work, they could throw it in to Williamson and play bully ball. Will either of those work this time around?The latter might be a possibility, if 6-10, 275-pound Carey is crazy productive on the block. But he’d have to be historically good to live up to the production from 2018-19. Jones isn’t aggressive often and certainly isn’t much of a risk taker. His strength lies in that he makes use of his basketball IQ to make the most sensible play — often by finding shooters in ideal matchups.Duke’s most versatile offensive threat seems to me Hurt, if his skillset and confidence transfers, so it’s not outlandish to think he could be the top scorer on the team. Duke basketball will look very different this year, as it saw Zion Williamson, RJ Barrett and Cam Reddish selected as lottery picks in the 2019 NBA Draft. But this is nothing new.The Blue Devils have become accustomed to working around their high turnover rate to field competitive teams every year, as they always recruit elite blue chip talent.last_img read more

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