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Clever Little Lies Will Shutter Early Off-Broadway

first_img View Comments After initially extending off-Broadway through March 20, Joe DiPietro’s Clever Little Lies is now set to shutter on January 24. At time of closing, the production will have played 28 preview performances and 120 regular performances; it officially opened on October 14 at the Westside Theatre.Directed by David Saint, Clever Little Lies follows a family with a mother who always knows what’s happening among her flock. As their son struggles under pressure from his overbearing mother, a confidence is shared between father and son that escalates into an unexpected family disclosure that could change their entire dynamic.The comedy’s cast includes Marlo Thomas, Greg Mullavey, George Merrick and Kate Wetherhead.Broadway.com customers with tickets to canceled performances will be contacted with information on refunds or exchanges. Clever Little Lies Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 24, 2016last_img read more

GSA’s Hassett is state Class C runner-up in cross-country

first_imgCaroline Driscoll of the Mount Desert Island Trojans closes in on Haley Lawrence of the Ellsworth Eagles in Saturday’s state Class B cross-country championships in Belfast. Driscoll nipped Lawrence by eight-hundredths of a second for third place. PHOTO BY LIZ GRAVESBELFAST — For the second consecutive week, sophomore John Hassett of the George Stevens Academy Eagles came up short in his bid to best senior Matthew Toussaint of the Fort Kent Warriors in high school cross-country competition.At Saturday’s state championships at the Troy Howard Middle School, Toussaint completed the 5,000-meter run in 16 minutes and 28.79 seconds to win the Class C boys’ title.As he did in the Eastern Maine championship, Hassett finished as runner-up behind Toussaint, this time with a time of 16:44.19.Hassett was one of three Hancock County runners who turned in top 25 finishes at Saturday’s state meet, thus qualifying to compete in the upcoming New England chamionships.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textSeniors Haley Lawrence of the Ellsworth Eagles and Caroline Driscoll of the Mount Desert Island Trojans also earned the right to participate in the 80th annual New England Interscholastic Cross-country Championships on Saturday, Nov. 8, at Wickham Park in Manchester, Conn.The boys will run at 11:30 a.m. and the girls at 12:30 p.m.In the girls’ state Class B race on Saturday, a pair of Greely runners — sophomore Katherine Leggat-Barr and freshman Izzy Evans — placed one and two at the top of the field.After finishing as runner-up to Ellsworth’s Lawrence in last week’s Eastern Maine championship, MDI’s Driscoll turned the tables on Saturday, nipping Lawrence by just eight-hundredths of a second to place third in 19:41.49.At the top of the Class B girls’ team competition, Greely’s Rangers were the winners with 59 points, followed by Yarmouth 64, Cape Elizabeth 84 and MDI 129.Finishing behind Driscoll for MDI were senior Waylon Henggeler, 15th in 20:20.84; sophomore Lydia DaCorte, 28th in 21:09.37; sophomore Emma Strong, 44th in 21:42.45; freshman India Janes, 55th in 22:06.65; senior Sydney Wright, 75th in 23:10.02; and junior Xingyao Chen, 88th in 24:08.71.Ellsworth’s Eagles placed 10th among the 14 teams competing with 245 points.Lawrence led the way with a time of 19:41.49. Behind her were senior Mariah Brown, 56th in 22:06.84; freshman Katelynn Bagley, 69th in 23:03.48; senior Olivia Lounder, 70th in 23:05.88; junior Julia Zavaleta, 81st in 23:29.94; senior Emine Mutlu, 105th in 28:07.09; and senior Bailey Neale, 107th in 33:39.47.In the boys’ Class B team competition, Freeport was the winner with 57 points and the MDI Trojans placed ninth among 15 teams with 236 points.For MDI, senior Jordan Harris placed 33rd in 17:56.83. He was followed by senior Ralph Magnani, 48th in 18:15.50; junior Dylan Harris, 59th in 18:34.44; junior Peter Philbrook, 67th in 18:48.53; senior David Anderson, 72nd in 19:02.07; senior Ethan Craigo, 73rd in 19:06.42; and sophomore Josh Bloom, 89th in 19:41.38.The Orono Red Riots literally ran away with the state Class C girls’ title with 31 points, four runners among the top 10 finishers.Runner-up was Waynflete with 71 points and the GSA Eagles turned in a solid third place performance with 86 points.As she has all season, freshman Eliza Broughton led the Eagle girls, placing ninth in 20:34.49. She was followed by freshman Zeya Lorio, 14th in 21:00.51; junior Hanna Gutow, 18th in 21:34.78; freshman Mary Richardson, 24th in 21:48.92; sophomore Hanna Jordan, 34th in 22:17.01; sophomore Emma Larson-Whittaker, 49th in 22:45.69; and junior Rachel DesFosses, 50th in 22:46.39.For the Bucksport Golden Bucks, junior Natalie Coleman was 23rd in 21:46.36 and sophomore Natasha Clement was 31st in 22:11.70The Mericoneag Waldorf School of Freeport took top team honors in boys’ Class C with 72 points, with the GSA Eagle boys finishing fifth with 125 points.Finishing behind Hassett for GSA were junior Devlin Valle, 26th in 18:14.98; senior Tate Yoder, 34th in 18:38.35; junior Oliver Broughton, 44th in 18:52.53; junior Aylen Wolf, 53rd in 18:10.08; junior Frank Schweizer, 69th in 20:16.69; and sophomore Tyler Ray, 80th in 20:55.95.Junior Skyler Fraga of Bucksport’s Golden Bucks placed 30th in 18:23.51 and freshman Brendan Penfold of the Deer Isle-Stonington Mariners was 54th in 19:11.61. Is this the kind of government we deserve? – July 10, 2017 Bio Latest posts by Hugh Bowden (see all) Like he did in the ’60s, Noel Paul Stookey sings out in troubling times – December 27, 2017center_img Latest Posts Hugh BowdenExecutive EditorHugh writes editorials, covers Hancock County sports and helps out where needed in The American’s editorial department. When he’s not on the sidelines, he enjoys playing jazz and tennis. [email protected] GSA surges in 4th to win Northern Maine title – February 26, 2017last_img read more

Betway Launches Multi Bet Promo

first_imgBetway has been involved in many promotional activities since its entry into the Nigerian market and looks forward to introducing much more reward-based promotions in the future.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram International online sports betting platform, Betway, has announced the launch of a new promotion that will be rewarding its customers this festive season. Betway, the official partner and sponsor of the first ever Nigerian 5-a-side league, will be rewarding sports enthusiasts with mouth-watering bonuses in its Multi Bet Madness promo.Betway is giving customers the chance to supercharge their wagering with payout increases on all Multi Bets. For every Multi Bet placed this month, Betway will give a payout increase on winnings depending on the number of bets in a betslip.Country Manager Betway, Lere Awokoya said “This promotion is all about rewarding Nigerian customers during the holiday season. Betway is committed to making customers happy and satisfied at all times and one way we can do that is by frequently rewarding our loyal customers with fantastic promos.”last_img read more