New musical The Underclassman, inspired by the life of F. Scott Fitzgerald, opens off-Broadway on November 19 at The Duke on 42nd Street. Directed by Cara Reichel, the Prospect Theater Company show features music and lyrics by Peter Mills and a book by Mills and Reichel. The production will play a limited engagement through November 30. Set in 1915, The Underclassman follows a young F. Scott Fitzgerald as he is swept into the Ivy League hierarchy and Princeton Triangle Club antics. His romance with the elusive debutante Ginevra King inspires what will become one of the most noted novels of American literature. The musical features choreography by Christine O’Grady. The Underclassman Show Closed This production ended its run on Nov. 30, 2014 The cast of The Underclassman features Matt Dengler, Piper Goodeve, Jessica Grové, Billy Hepfinger, Marrick Smith, Jordan Bondurant, Elizabeth Burton, Jason Edward Cook, Ian Fairlee, Matt Gibson, Holland Grossman, Christopher Herr, Adam Machart, Jeremy Morse, CJ Pawlikowski, Davey Rosenberg, Michael Romeo Ruocco, Liz Shivener and Whitney Winfield. Related Shows View Comments
For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Greater Noida: Haryana Steelers fought hard against U Mumba before going down 33-39 in the Pro Kabaddi League here on Thursday.Kuldeep Singh and Sunil set the ball rolling for the Haryana Steelers with a couple of tackle points in the opening minutes of the match. Vinay pulled off a fantastic raid in the 4th minute to help Haryana take the lead at 4-3. However, U Mumba picked up some crucial raid and tackle points and took a three-point lead at 9-6 in the 11th minute.The Haryana Steelers fought back through raid points by Vinay and Naveen as they leveled the match at 9-9. Thereafter, both sides played aggressively and kept scoring points in tandem. U Mumba were leading at 15-14 in the dying minutes of the first half, but Ravi Kumar carried out an excellent tackle just before the whistle.Vikash Kandola got Haryana off to a great start in the second half with a fantastic raid in the 21st minute. Kuldeep helped Haryana take a four-point lead when he carried out an all-out in the 22nd minute. However, U Mumba fought back and took the lead after pulling off an all-out in the 28th minute.The Haryana Steelers played their heart out and tried to stay in the contest, but U Mumba kept extending their lead. Vinay recorded a Super 10 in the 32nd minute, but U Mumba still led by four points at 32-28.Sunil scored a tackle point in the 33rd minute and Vinay recorded a raid point in the next minute. However, U Mumba kept inching ahead.Haryana almost caught up with their opponents through raid points by Kandola in the last few minutes of the match, but U Mumba maintained their lead and eventually clinched a victory.
Infantino told reporters in Abuja during his two-day tour of Nigeria that FIFA could only dialogue with the clubs to see reasons with the national associations as it is difficult to incorporate the Olympics into the FIFA international match calendar which is already saturated.He said he can lobby the clubs to let players who are within the Olympic age bracket of Under-23 to represent their countries.Nigeria is shorn of the services of some of its bright players including Kelechi Iheanacho, Ahmed Musa, Odion Ighalo and Alex Iwobi at Rio 2016 as their Europe-based clubs opted to retain them as the Olympic is not in the FIFA calendar.“It is difficult to include the Olympics in the FIFA programme because the international match calendar is already congested and the start of the of the season clashes with the Olympics. This is why clubs insist in having their players, leaving the players with the dilemma of choosing between club and country.“We are discussing with the clubs to allow the players to serve their nations at the Olympics. In fact for some players once they miss one opportunity they may not get it again to play at that big stage and this is not good,” Infantino said.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Olawale Ajimotokan in AbujaFIFA President, Gianni Infantino, has declared that the international governing body could not prevail on the football clubs to allow players join their national teams for the football event of the Olympic Games.The touching point for African countries and foreign clubs in any Olympic year has remained the availability of the players needed by their countries for the Games.The foreign-based clubs usually refuse to allow players join their national Olympic team on the premise that the competition is not on the coordinated international calendar of FIFA.