The critically acclaimed hits No Man’s Land and Waiting for Godot currently running in repertory starring Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart, have been extended through March 30 on Broadway. The limited engagement was slated to close March 2 at the Cort Theatre. Additionally, the final two weeks ending March 23 and March 30 have a modified schedule, with the number of Godot performances increasing to six and those of No Man’s Land decreasing to two. In addition to real life besties, Stewart and McKellen, Waiting For Godot and No Man’s Land stars Tony winners Shuler Hensley and Billy Crudup. Godot features Stewart as Vladimir, McKellen as Estragon, Crudup as Lucky and Hensley as Pozzo. No Man’s Land features Stewart as Hirst, McKellen as Spooner, Crudup as Foster and Hensley as Briggs. Star Files Waiting For Godot View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on March 30, 2014 Waiting For Godot tells the story of two wanderers who wait by a tree to meet with Godot, whom they hope will change their lives forever. No Man’s Land concerns two elderly writers who meet in a London pub and continue drinking through the night, until their relationships are exposed by the return of two younger men. Related Shows Ian McKellen Patrick Stewart
Atrazine or 2,4-D applied during mid winter through early spring should control facelis. Read the herbicide label and apply a pesticide that is safe for your particular grass variety. Also, since this weed is found on droughty sites with low fertility, make an effort to improve the turfgrass density by applying lime, fertilizer or increasing irrigation.For more information on controlled weeds in the landscape, contact your local UGA Extension office at 1-800-ASK-UGA1. Numerous lawns in Georgia are turning white. From a distance, it may look like snow in May or cotton left over from last fall, but the “cottony” appearance is actually caused by a weed named facelis (Facelis retusa). University of Georgia Cooperative Extension specialists say it’s too late to rid your lawn of facelis this year.Facelis, also called annual trampweed, germinates in the fall and late winter months, produces seed in late April to June and then dies. May is not the preferred time to control the weed as it is essentially in the process of dying.Facelis is a winter annual member of the Aster family and reproduces by wind-blown seed. This weed reaches heights of 4 to 6 inches and has alternate wedge-shaped leaves with a small tooth at the tip. The upper leaf surface is green, while the lower leaf surface is densely gray due to the presence of leaf hairs. Facelis flowers are very inconspicuous and the seeds have soft, white bristle-like hair.
RelatedPosts Gerrard gets Aribo, Leon Balogun boost Injury blow for Aribo, Leon Balogun Leon Balogun salutes Rangers fans Leon Balogun has completed a permanent switch to Wigan Athletic.The Nigerian international has impressed at the DW Stadium since his loan move in January, helping the Latics achieve four clean sheets in six Championship matches and move away from the relegation zone. The 31-year-old defender had found first-team opportunities for Albion limited this season, making just one appearance in the EFL Cup victory at Bristol Rovers.Albion boss Graham Potter said: “Leon has always been extremely professional and good to work with during my time at the club, but he was finding it hard to get the game time he would have liked.“So the loan move to Wigan seemed to be a good move for everyone involved, and he has made a really positive impact there.“We would like to thank him for his contribution over the last couple of years and we wish him all the best for the next chapter of his career.”Balogun joined Albion in the summer of 2018, making 12 appearances in total. He scored one goal for the club during that time, a memorable volley with his first touch in a 3-1 win against Crystal Palace.Tags: Bristol RoversDW StadiumEFL CupLeon BalogunWigan Athletic
Nigeria U-20 team, the Flying Eagles will today take on their South African counterpart- The Amajita, for the third place in the 2019 Africa U-20 Cup of Nations at the Seyni Kountche Stadium.Both teams emerged from Group A, with Nigeria topping the table, while South Africa lost to Senegal by a lone goal in the first semifinals, the Flying Eagles lost 4-2 via penalty shootouts to Mali after a 1-1 draw at regulation time.However, Flying Eagles ace, Afeez Aremu has ruled himself out of today’s third-place playoff. The central midfielder suffered a training ground injury two days before the Flying Eagles lost on penalties to Mali and was not included in the line-up for the first time since the start of the tournament. It is believed that Aremu will spend a few weeks on the sidelines as a result of the toe injury, effectively ruling him out of tomorrow’s game.The fact that IK Start released him to the Nigerian Federation was a show of magnanimity as the tournament is outside the international window for national team activities and missed the start of their training camp.Meanwhile, South Africa head coach Thabo Senong has predicted a tough encounter when his team face the Flying Eagles in their third-place match today.Senong said the game against the Flying Eagles will not be a stroll in the park but a difficult one for his team.The head coach is however positive his team will do everything in their power to win the match.Both teams qualified for the 2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Poland after finishing in the top four of this year’s biennial continental youth tournament.The two teams battled to a goalless draw when they met in the group stage two weeks ago with the Flying Eagles finding it difficult to break down a resolute Amajita defence.However, Senong insisted his wards have what it takes to beat the Flying Eagles this time around and end the competition on a high.“We played to a 0-0 draw the last time we played Nigeria in our Group A encounter. Every game we participate in we always approach it with the intent of winning it. The same attitude will be applied in our third-place play-off match against Nigeria,” Senong told reporters.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
O’Sullivan says winning tonight’s match won’t be easy…Throw-in at Semple Stadium this evening is at 7 o’clock and Tipp FM will have updates from the match. Tipperary minor football manager Mick O’Sullivan is hoping home advantage will help his side get through this evening’s Munster Championship play-off.The Premier County face Limerick at Semple Stadium.If Tipp win then they’ll go on to play Waterford in another play-off next week.
Ronald WoodbridgeRonald O. Woodbridge, 77, of Wellington, died Monday, June 9, 2014.Â Ron was born in Blackwell, Oklahoma, the eldest child of Philip and Muriel Woodbridge.Â Ronâ€™s family moved back to Kansas when he was a child, and he graduated from Wellington High School in 1955.Â He attended Wichita University (now WSU) and graduated with a bachelorâ€™s degree in speech therapy from the Institute of Logopedics (now Heartspring).Ron married his high school sweetheart, Loretta Haines, December 19, 1955, and together they had six children.Â Ron and Loretta moved to eastern Kansas in 1959, where they managed the Double L Ranch.Â In 1967 the family moved back to Wellington, and Ron became property manager for Stewart Farms in addition to having his own farming operation and a small herd of cattle.Â He retired in 2004.Ron was preceded in death by his parents; brother, Gerry Woodbridge; sister, Diane Denney; daughter, Kathy Schellenger; and son-in-law, Curt Schellenger.Â Â He is survived by his beloved wife of 58 years, Loretta, and by their children, Kristy (Kent) Foraker, of Rose Hill; Don (Nancy) Woodbridge, of Austin, Texas; Karen (Dave) Fergen, of Wellington; Tom (Susan) Woodbridge, of Wellington; and Ronda (David) Garden, of Goddard.Â He is survived by 15 grandchildren:Â Kyle Foraker, Kara Foraker,Â Kiehn Foraker, Teresa (Tony) Mastracchio, Danielle (Danny) Hesser, Chad (Jenny Glonek) Schellenger, Daryl (Christina Le) Schellenger, Jessica Fergen, Melissa (Vince) Winner, Bethany (Jason) Bryan, Maverick (Kim) Woodbridge, Dylan Woodbridge, Logan Woodbridge, Grant Garden, Janelle Garden; and 8 great-grandchildren:Â Kimana, Marley, and Aviel Hesser, Alysse and Samuel Mastracchio, Vanessa and Reid Bryan, and Claire Winner.Â Ron is also survived by his sister Elaine (Mark) Seglem, and many other family members and friends whom he held very dear.A celebration of life is planned for Sunday, July 13, 2014, 1:00-5:00 p.m., at Raymond Frye Complex, 320 N. Jefferson Ave., Wellington.Â Memorial donations may be sent either to the Alzheimerâ€™s Association, 225 N. Michigan Ave., FL. 17, Chicago, IL 60601 ( www.alz.org/join_the_cause_donate.asp), or to Gentiva Hospice Foundation, 7801 Mesquite Bend Dr., Suite 105, Irving, TX 75063 (www.gentivahospicefoundation.org).
Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan has been teasing fans over the latest round of transfer speculation swirling around him.Nainggolan, a long-term target for Chelsea, is being linked with Manchester United this week.And on social media he uploaded a photo of himself looking out at some stunning scenery while relaxing in a swimming pool alongside the caption: “Thinking about what to do??”The Belgium midfielder was chased by Chelsea last year following Antonio Conte’s arrival, but Nainggolan rejected the Blues in favour of staying in the Italian capital.However, the time could be right for him to up sticks and try his luck in the Premier League.