Tickets for This Is Our Youth Now On Sale

first_img This Is Our Youth chronicles 48 hours in the lives of spoiled, drugged-out, rich kids living in Manhattan in the 1980s. Cera will play Warren, a depressed 19-year-old who has stolen $15,000 from his tycoon Dad, while Culkin will play his drug-dealer friend Dennis and Gevinson will appear as Jessica, a perceptive fashion student. The production will feature original music by Grammy winner Rostam Batmanglij. While the Chicago production is staged in-the-round, the play will be restaged for a proscenium theater on Broadway. Originally produced off-Broadway by The New Group, This Is Our Youth opened at the INTAR Theatre in October 1996. The play later opened at the Douglas Fairbanks Theatre in November 1998, starring Mark Ruffalo, Josh Hamilton and Missy Yager. The 2002 West End production of This Is Our Youth starred Hayden Christensen, Jake Gyllenhaal and Anna Paquin. Other actors to subsequently appear in the London version include Matt Damon, Casey Affleck, Summer Phoenix and Culkin. Related Shows View Commentscenter_img Tickets are now on sale for Kenneth Lonergan’s This Is Our Youth, starring Michael Cera, Kieran Culkin and Tavi Gevinson in their Broadway debuts. The production, under the direction of Anna D. Shapiro, will play the Cort Theatre beginning August 18 following its run at the Steppenwolf Upstairs Theatre in Chicago. Opening night is scheduled for September 11. This Is Our Youth Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 4, 2015last_img read more

Two debutants for National U-20 Squad

first_imgA 20-MAN squad, including two international-based debutants, will represent Guyana at the CONCACAF U-20 Men’s Qualifiers in Nicaragua from February 15 to 23, 2020.The two, Hudson Hazlewood from Washington University FC, USA and Javier George from Stade Beaucairois FC, France are both central midfielders but have different playing styles as well as roles and functions in the team. “Hazlewood is a #10 type of midfielder who does more attacking,” said head coach Wayne Dover prior to the announcement of the squad while George is more of a #8 type of midfielder who does more defending.They both added strength to the squad which made it more competitive in sessions and for selection to the first team.”Commenting on the other members of the squad, Dover said many of the players have been part of the GFF’s Academy Training Centres and have international experience at the U-15 and U-17 levels:“The work done with the players who are/were part of the ATCs was evident during the training sessions. This is a disciplined and special group, who gave of their best at every training session in the more than four weeks we’ve been together.”“This is a good reflection as to how far we have come. Once again, I’ll state my optimism of our chance of coming out of the group on top by competing and giving our best effort.”Guyana have been placed in Group A with St Vincent and the Grenadines, Montserrat, US Virgin Islands and hosts Nicaragua.Guyana’s first match is on the February 15 at 17:30hrs against Montserrat before they play Vincent & the Grenadines on February at the same time.They return to action on February 21 from 20:30hrs when they play the US Virgin Islands with their last game against Nicaragua on February 23.The full squad reads: Shawn Adonis (Goalkeeper, Dynamic FC), Ronaldo Blair (Goalkeeper, Timerhi Panthers FC), Nicholai Andrews (Defender, Santos FC), Kemule Batson (Defender, Milerock FC), Joseph DeFreitas (Defender, Timehri Panthers FC), Keanu Lawrence (Defender, Den Amstel FC), Eric Moore (Defender, Milerock FC), (Marcus Wilson – Defender Santos FC), Andre Mayers (Defender, Capital FC), Ravon Bailey (Midfielder, Fruta Conquerors FC), Javier George (Midfielder, Stade Beaucairois FC), Jamar Harrigan (Midfielder, Buxton United FC), Hutson Hazlewood (Midfielder, Washington University FC), Joel Isaacs (Midfielder, Winners Connection FC), Darron Niles (Midfielder, Santos FC), Threvon Pluck (Midfielder, Fruta Conquerors FC), Omari Glasgow (Forward, Fruta Conquerors FC), Dorwin George (Forward, Pele FC), Nicolas McArthur (Forward, Fruta Conquerors FC), Osafa Simpson (Forward, Fruta Conquerors FC).Technical team: Wayne Dover (Head Coach), Calvin Allen (Assistant Coach), Eon DeVeira (Goalkeeper Coach), Travis Bess (Development Goalkeeper Coach).Medical: (Pablino Cupido), Wilson Toledo (Head of Sports Science), Daniel Thomas (Team Operations Manager), Devon Winter (Equipment Manager)last_img read more

WATCH: Michael Jordan slaps Malik Monk on Hornets bench after late-game tech

first_imgWhile referees looked at replay footage, Jordan gave Monk a piece of his mind and a small slap to the back of the head.#Hornets owner Michael Jordan wasn’t too happy with Malik Monk after he ran onto the court before the game was over and got called for a technical 😭😂@WCCBCharlotte pic.twitter.com/575UlSeZNz— Zach Aldridge (@wzaldridge) December 13, 2018 It was all in good fun, but if the miscue cost Charlotte the game, Jordan may have been less forgiving. Related News Monk and teammate Bismack Biyombo were caught running onto the court as Jeremy Lamb released his game-winning jumper. After the shot fell, referees looked at replays, assessed the Hornets with a technical foul, awarded Detroit (which trailed by two at the time) one shot. Malik Monk didn’t cost the Hornets a win Wednesday night, but he got a nice scolding and a slap on the head from team owner Michael Jordan after getting a technical foul late in a 108-107 Charlotte win over the Pistons.center_img NBA wrap: Raptors complete regular-season sweep of Warriorslast_img read more