Tix Now Available for Lucy Prebble’s The Effect Off-B’way

first_img Tickets are now on sale to see the North American premiere of Lucy Prebble’s The Effect. Directed by David Cromer, the production will begin previews on March 2 and officially open on March 16 at the Barrow Street Theatre.Hearts racing. Minds reeling. Knees buckling. Connie and Tristan have palpable chemistry—or is it a side effect of a new super-antidepressant? They are volunteers in a clinical trial, but their sudden and illicit romance forces the supervising doctors to face off over the ethical consequences of their work.Talent tapped for the production includes Kati Brazda (Our Town), Susannah Flood (Tribes, Love and Information), Carter Hudson (The Substance of Fire) and Steve Key (August: Osage County).The show is set to feature scenic design by Marsha Ginsberg, costume design by Sarah Laux, lighting design by Tyler Micoleau, sound design by Erik T. Lawson, original composition by Daniel Kluger, projection design by Maya Ciarrocchi and fight direction by J. David Brimmer. View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on Sept. 4, 2016 The Effectcenter_img Related Shows The Effectlast_img read more

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Basketball: 14 D’Tigress for 2020 Olympics qualification tournament

first_imgRelatedPosts D’Tigers, D’Tigress await 2020 Olympics foes D’Tigers, D’Tigress can win an Olympic medal — Kida Two Air Warriors players to attend 2020 Olympics, courtesy of Minister D’Tigress head coach, Otis Hughley, has called up 14 players for the last phase of the 2020 Olympics Qualification Tournament billed for Belgrade between February 6 and 9, 2020. Louisville University guard, Elizabeth Balogun, who was not released by her school for the pre-OQT, got another invitation from D’Tigress handler alongside Nigeria-based Musa Murjanantu, who emerged as the Zenith Bank Women Basketball League Most Valuable Player after guiding Air Warriors of Abuja to their first ever league title. Virtus Eirene of Italy small forward, Ifunanya Ibekwe, Promise Amukamara (Charnay Basket Bourgogne SUD, Frace), Sarah Imovbioh (Basket Namur Capitale, Belgium) and Spain-based Elo Edeferioka, who plies her trade with CB Vigo, have also earned a recall. Others include point-guard, Upe Atosu, currently studying and playing for Butler University in the United States of America. Pallas Kunaiyi Akpannah may be on course to continue building her fledging national team career after debuting for Nigeria at the pre-qualifiers in Maputo, Mozambique in November, while usual suspects Ezinne Kalu, Evelyn Akhator, Aisha Balarabe and team captain, Adaora Elonu, have all been included in the 14 man list. Nigeria is grouped alongside host Serbia, World Champions USA and Mozambique with two Olympics tickets on offer.Tags: D’TigressElo EdeferiokaIfunanya IbekweOtis Hughleylast_img read more

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