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Which 10 Classic TV Sitcoms Should Be Adapted for the Stage?

first_img View Comments The Broadway.com staff is crazy for Culturalist, the website that lets you choose and create your own top 10 lists. Every week, we’re challenging you with a new Broadway-themed topic to rank.What would we do (baby) without classic sitcoms? As announced this week, Family Ties is heading to the stage. Playwright Daniel Goldstein is adapting the entire series into a play, which will bow in Dayton, Ohio (a nod to the beloved series’ setting) in June 2017. The project has us feeling major nostalgia for some of our favorite classic sitcoms (laugh tracks and all), so we want to throw it back a bit and ask: What classic sitcom should be adapted for the stage? I Love Lucy, Happy Days, The Honeymooners and Cheers have already received the theater treatment. Social Media Manager Caitlyn Gallip kicked off this week’s Culturalist Challenge off with her top 10. Now it’s your turn!STEP 1—SELECT: Visit Culturalist to see all of your options. Highlight your 10 favorites.STEP 2—RANK & PUBLISH: Click “rearrange list” to order your selections. Click the “publish” button.Once your list is published, you can see the overall rankings of everyone on the aggregate list.Pick your favorites, then tune in for the results next week on Broadway.com!last_img read more

Earl, Pavelski once again dominate scoring

first_imgAfter leading the team in scoring with more than 40 points each last season, forwards Robbie Earl and Joe Pavelski are at it again.Earl leads the team through the first four games with five points, one goal and four assists. Pavelski is not far behind, averaging one point a game with three goals and one assist.The impact of the line — consisting of Pavelski, Earl and team captain Adam Burish — was never more evident than last weekend. In the two games against St. Cloud, the three combined for two goals and five assists.”That whole line played well,” head coach Mike Eaves said at a Monday press conference. “If you’re going to be a good player at this level, you have to rely on the people you play with and they were pretty fun to watch.” In the Badgers’ 3-1 win Saturday night, Pavelski and Earl each notched a point in all three Badger goals.Earl and Pavelski both assisted on Ryan MacMurchy’s first period goal and Earl earned an assist on each of Pavelski’s two goals.Watch for that line to lead the Badgers — both scoring goals and opening opportunities for other lines — throughout the season.”They’ll make it easier for us,” Eaves said. “If we have all our lines firing, we can be as good as anybody. I think we’ll get to that point.”WCHA schedule puts UW at home early: For the second-straight season, the Badgers’ schedule has them at home in the early stages of Western Collegiate Hockey Association play.After a road series with St. Cloud last weekend, the home series with Alaska-Anchorage marks the beginning of a stretch that will see UW at home in three of the next four weekends.Wisconsin will host UAA before going on the road to North Dakota. That series will be their last road trip until Thanksgiving break.”Well, it’s pretty much been our course of scheduling for the last couple of years so we’re used to it,” Eaves said.Last year, the Badgers played four of their first six conference series at home, which helped them jump out to an early lead, before fizzling down the stretch. Wisconsin will see a similar stretch towards the end of this season, when four of its six series in January and February are on the road.But, similar to how the football team has to deal with not having a bye week until the end of the Big Ten season, the hockey team isn’t dwelling on the things it cannot control — which right now means winning at home and putting up early WCHA points.”We just have to control the things we can control,” Eaves said. “We want to win every game, but if you look at the big picture it is important to put those points in the barn early.”League-wide instant replay scheduled to begin: After experimenting with instant replay at Denver and Colorado College last season, the WCHA — and the NCAA — decided to implement it for the 2005-06 season.However, delays in getting the equipment delivered and set up at all WCHA arenas has postponed replay thus far. But the use of replay to confirm the scoring of controversial goals is scheduled to begin with WCHA action this weekend.”Last year with DU and CC having it, it proved to be an advantageous thing just because the fact that your getting the right calls,” Eaves said. “Now that everybody in the league will have it … in important situations, they’ll make the right calls, so I’m excited for it.”In other talks of changing rules, Eaves was asked if he ever expected the NCAA to institute a shootout, like the NHL has added at the end of overtimes to nix ties.”I think the fact remains, how does it affect RPI? Until they figure out how to get around that, I don’t think we’ll see it in the college game,” Eaves said.Wisconsin has played to three overtimes in just four games this season, tying once.last_img read more

Ghana Rugby announces Sevens Championship fixtures

first_imgThe Ghana Rugby Football Union (GRFU – Ghana Rugby) has announced the fixtures of the 2018 Ghana Rugby Club Championship (GRCC) Sevens Tournament.The tournament will be played in a format similar to the World Rugby HSBC Sevens Series with 12 men’s and six women’s sevens teams competing in three men’s and two women’s pools on Saturdays from the end of June to end of August 2018.According to Mr Herbert Mensah, President of Ghana Rugby, the GRCC Sevens will provide both players and spectators with lots of excitement and indeed fun.“Sevens Rugby has become a popular format of the Game of Rugby due to its fast pace and shorter game time and the GRCC Sevens will be a spectacle not to be missed. We invite everybody to open up their Saturdays for the following two months and to join us for a day of fun,” Mensah said.In the Accra section Accra Rugby Club, Conquerors Sporting Club, Cosmos Buffaloes RFC and Dansoman Hurricanes RFC will play in Pool A with Lions RFC, Accra Rugby Club 2, Conquerors Sporting Club 2 and Lions RFC 2 making up Pool B.Matches will be played on the Accra Sports Stadium on Saturdays starting at 8 am with the last match kicking off at 6 pm. Dennis Foundation Sporting Club, Griffons R F C, Western Cheetahs R F C and Stallions R F C will play in the Cape Coast section at the Robert Mensah Stadium.The women’s sevens team will play in the Accra section and will consist of Conquerors Sporting Club, Cosmos Buffalos RFC and Griffons RFC in Pool A while Dansoman Hurricanes RFC, Lions RFC and Griffons RFC 2 will make up Pool B.Playoffs will start at 2:40 pm in both Accra and Cape Coast.The GRCC Sevens Tournament will also form part of Ghana rugby’s preparation for its participation in the 2018 Rugby Africa Men’s Sevens tournament that will be held in Tunisia between 11 and 13 October. The Tunisia tournament will be contested between twelve African rugby nations that will include Kenya, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Tunisia, Madagascar, Morocco, Senegal, Botswana, Ghana, Mauritius and Namibia.In 2017 the Ghana Eagles participated for the first time in the Rugby Africa Men’s Sevens tournament and managed to beat Mauritius in the 9th Place Playoff.The Rugby Africa Men’s Sevens tournament forms the basis of qualification for African nations to qualify for the World Rugby Cup Sevens, the World Rugby HSBC Sevens Series and the Olympics.In 2017 Uganda and Zimbabwe qualified to take part in the World Rugby Cup Sevens and will join South Africa and Kenya as African participants in San Francisco to play for top honours between 20 and 23 July. In total 24 nations will compete in the men’s competition while 16 women’s teams will take part. In the women’s tournament, there is only one African team taking part, namely South Africa.Seven players play sevens Rugby on the field with five replacements in two halves lasting only seven minutes each. The Sevens format is characterised by its short duration and fast pace of the game.The GRCC Sevens will also form the basis of selection of both a men’s and women’s national team, the Ghana Eagles.Mensah said that although Ghana Rugby has to date not competed in international women’s tournaments, the situation will change from 2019. “My administration and I have fully committed ourselves to the development of Women In Rugby in Ghana, and I am convinced that Ghana can become the top team in African women’s rugby in the foreseeable future,” he said.Related: Ghana Rugby – AM Sports on JoyNewslast_img read more

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