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The 39 Steps Will Return Off-Broadway

first_img After beginning life in London, The 39 Steps received its American premiere in September 2007 at the Huntington Theatre Company in Boston. The show moved to the Roundabout Theatre Company’s American Airlines Theatre on January 4, 2008, transferred to the Cort Theatre on April 29, 2008, and then to the Helen Hayes Theatre on January 21, 2009. After closing on Broadway on January 10, 2010, The 39 Steps moved to New World Stages on March 25, 2010, where it played through January 16, 2011. View Comments Adapted from the 1935 Hitchcock film thriller by Patrick Barlow and directed by Maria Aitken, The 39 Steps features a cast of four actors who reenact all of the characters, locations and famous scenes in the movie using just a few props and a lot of theatrical ingenuity and split second quick changes.center_img The 39 Steps is returning off-Broadway to the Union Square Theatre! According to an Equity casting notice, the comic-thriller will begin previews on April 1, 2015 and officially open on April 9.last_img read more

NBBF Warns Clubs against Participating in Illegal League

first_imgThe Nigeria Basketball Federation (NBBF) has warned that clubs are at the risk of losing their positions in the Premier Basketball League and any other NBBF organised competition if they participate in the Invitational Tournament scheduled to start on the May 6.NBBF Secretary, Asiegbu Chimezie, said in a statement wednesday that this pronouncement became necessary to avoid what happened last season when clubs said they were not officially warned to stay away from tournaments not sanctioned by the federation.“The Federation of International Basketball Associations (FIBA) has made its position known regarding basketball issues in Nigeria. It is clear who is in charge of basketball affairs in the country until such time that a new constitution is drafted which will usher in the election of a new board.”. Asiegbu warned that as the only body recognised by FIBA, Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports and the Nigeria Olympic Committee (NOC), the NBBF board under Amadu Musa Kida is the only body authorised to organise the country’s national premier competition from where the champions and the runners up will be selected to represent Nigeria in any international club competition.The Secretary said that those sympathetic to the group led by the former President of the NBBF, Tijani Umar, may argue that the federation is not under any elected board at the moment but there are individuals currently saddled with running its affairs and corresponding with FIBA.“No other person or group of persons can hold itself out as the NBBF. FIBA is presently dealing with Ahmadu Musa Kida (President), Babatunde Ogunade (Vice President) and Chimezie Asiegbu (Secretary General) as contained in the last FIBA letter of 13th March, 2018 and captured on the FIBA website under the Nigeria Basketball Federation column.”The memo further stated that apart from the monetary incentives being dangled before the teams, their participations will also not qualify them for any international competition which includes the FIBA Africa Zone 3 Champions Cup Qualifiers and the FIBA Champions Cup Final rounds which have now metamorphosed into the FIBA Afro league.“The Kwese Premier League Sponsorship Agreement is with the NBBF and not with an individual. We do hope therefore that the Kwese/NBBF Sponsorship Agreement is not being converted to sponsorship of a competition that is not under the purview of the NBBF or plans to that effect.He therefore urged all stakeholders to take reasonable steps to protect the integrity of NBBF and the future of the game in the country.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

Eriku volleyball enters round 2

first_imgIn the opening men’s match, Para Bullet’s Tommy Pamas and Dela David are set to ambush NJAY Raukele’s Samoan connection with the absence of youngster Alfa Palamea Kila.However, Raukele can count on the experience of Bruce Vele and the team’s young guns that can still spring a surprise. For the Scorpions and Flames match, both teams won their opening rounds and are even in attack and defence.Gvm Scorpions will be relying heavily on youngster Damien Wala to pilot their offence led by Noah Banka, Nantif Wanen and Joshua Koni.In the main match, Namafox’s towering Bingmalo Ogisi and ever green Charlie Nodi should have another cracker of a game against  Rex Koni’s NS1.In the women’s A grade opener, Gvm Scorpions should beat EFM while Adco will  test the might of the highlands outfit of ZILU West while Bullets are expected to beat G-ICE.The main showdown will be between BCM and NJAY Raukele. BCM’s player/coach Metta Jangiko’s will rely on speed to counter NAJY Raukele’s all-round attack.BCM will be led by PNG Beach Volleyball Gold Medallist youngsters Evelyn Giriba and Jasmine Geibob.NJAY Raukele boasts the best attack combination in the competition and will be relying heavily on key hitter Atah.In the Men’s A reserve, pre-season champion’s Gvm KELKOL started the season on a bad note button going down to BCM. Their form will again be tested when they take on NJAY Dolphins from Nadzab.In the opening men’s match, Para Bullet’s Tommy Pamas and Dela David are set to ambush NJAY Raukele’s Samoan connection with the absence of youngster Alfa Palamea Kila.However, Raukele can count on the experience of Bruce Vele and the team’s young guns that can still spring a surprise. For the Scorpions and Flames match, both teams won their opening rounds and are even in attack and defence.Gvm Scorpions will be relying heavily on youngster Damien Wala to pilot their offence led by Noah Banka, Nantif Wanen and Joshua Koni.In the main match, Namafox’s towering Bingmalo Ogisi and ever green Charlie Nodi should have another cracker of a game against  Rex Koni’s NS1.In the women’s A grade opener, Gvm Scorpions should beat EFM while Adco will  test the might of the highlands outfit of ZILU West while Bullets are expected to beat G-ICE.The main showdown will be between BCM and NJAY Raukele. BCM’s player/coach Metta Jangiko’s will rely on speed to counter NAJY Raukele’s all-round attack.BCM will be led by PNG Beach Volleyball Gold Medallist youngsters Evelyn Giriba and Jasmine Geibob.NJAY Raukele boasts the best attack combination in the competition and will be relying heavily on key hitter Atah.In the Men’s A reserve, pre-season champion’s Gvm KELKOL started the season on a bad note button going down to BCM. Their form will again be tested when they take on NJAY Dolphins from Nadzab.last_img read more