Hamilton View Comments Luca Padovan, Joshua Colley & Douglas Baldeo Related Shows Jasmine Cephas Jones Star Files The Tony Awards may be over, but the Hamilton mania is stronger than ever. Remember that adorable Miscast take on “The Schuyler Sisters” that On Your Feet!’s Ana Villafane, School of Rock’s Luca Padovan, Les Miserables’ Joshua Colley and Kinky Boots’ Douglas Baldeo totally nailed? (In fact, that performance isn’t the only 2016 Miscast number that we will always cherish.) Comedy queen Maya Rudolph got in on the fun this time as Aaron Burr (Sir!) on Maya & Marty. Watch them werk below! from $149.00
BATESVILLE, Ind. — The Black Forest Bar at the Sherman is hosting a St. Patrick’s Day Party.There will be events all afternoon and evening beginning at 3:00 PM.Party Hour I is from 3 – 5, Dinner Hour is 5 – 7, and Party Hour II is from 7-close.There will be free corned beef brisket and cabbage, and prizes for the best and most green outfits.
Gareth Bale has been ruled out of action for two weeks by Andre Villas-Boas, but the Tottenham manager failed to clear up the uncertainty surrounding the star’s future on the brink of the new Premier League season. Bale’s on-off switch to Real Madrid has dragged on through most of the summer, but if Spurs fans were looking to their manager to clear things up today at the official launch of the new campaign at a school in south London, then they were to be disappointed. First, Villas-Boas seemed to say, despite his public insistence that Bale would not be sold two weeks ago, there remained a possibility the Welshman could leave. “Obviously in football anything can happen in the end,” the Tottenham manager conceded, in a Sky Sports News interview in which he also said the club “cherished” the former Southampton winger. Then came a much harder line from the Portuguese in a briefing with the written media in which he suggested Bale was not for sale. He said: “We have explained to the clubs that have asked for him in various ways that the player is our player.” Then came a bizarre response to a question on Bale’s state of mind ahead of the new campaign. “His mental state nobody knows because the player doesn’t speak,” Villas-Boas said. “The only thing that we are able to see, or you are able to see, is the player arriving in and out of the training ground.” The Spurs boss seemed to be talking about media coverage of Bale’s continued coming and going from Tottenham’s training while he receives treatment on his foot injury. Then the 35-year-old then appeared to back-track by saying: “It (Bale’s mental state) is fine. It’s fine.” Another subject Villas-Boas could not clear up was Tottenham’s ‘partnership agreement’ with Real, which was struck up following Luka Modric’s sale to the nine-time European champions. The deal was supposed to herald a new era of co-operation between the two clubs, but Spurs have gained little, if anything from it at the moment. “I am not aware (of what the agreement involves) because it is something that was involved with contracts between Tottenham and Real Madrid,” Villas-Boas added. “I am sure there was some kind of protocol agreement for youth levels, for players, I think the option on first loans. I am not sure. So it was agreed with the Modric deal.” One thing that Villas-Boas could clear up was that Bale would not be fit for Sunday’s curtain-raiser at Crystal Palace. The 24-year-old sat out Wales’ friendly against Republic of Ireland last night because of his foot injury and may not be fit for some time. Villas-Boas says the forward is likely to miss the Palace game, the Europa League clash at Dinamo Tbilisi on Thursday and the Premier League game against Swansea three days later. “Well at the moment, he hasn’t been involved from the first friendly of the season (on July 15) so pre-season has gone by without him being involved so much,” the Spurs boss added. “So for Palace, for Tbilisi, for Swansea, he will not be in line to threaten to come back.” Should Bale still be at Tottenham in two weeks’ time, his comeback game will be the north London derby at the Emirates Stadium on September 1 – the day before the transfer window shuts. Press Association
BEN Stokes put in a star performance with the ball as Rising Pune Supergiants ended Mumbai Indians’ six-match winning streak in the IPL with a three-run success.Leaders Mumbai came into yesterday’s meeting at Wankhede Stadium in glittering form but, despite a fifty from captain Rohit Sharma, they fell just short in their pursuit of 161 for victory.Stokes was key to Pune’s success, picking up 2-21 from his four overs – including a wicket-maiden – to help pay back some more of his hefty price tag in the pre-season auction.Pune openers Rahul Tripathi (45) and Ajinkya Rahane (38) set the platform for a respectable but by no means insurmountable 160-6, with Harbhajan Singh (1-20) and Jasprit Bumrah (2-29) particularly impressive for the hosts.They were outshone by Stokes, however, the England all-rounder conceding just seven from the penultimate over, leaving Jaydev Unadkat to just about defend 17 from the final set of six.It was Supergiants’ third straight win, and it began well with Rahane and Tripathi putting on 76 for the first wicket before the former chipped a return catch to Karn Sharma.Tripathi was next to fall, also to the leg-spinner, having struck three fours and two sixes from his 31 deliveries, and Pune struggled to regain their momentum with Manoj Tiwary’s 22 from 13 the best they could muster thereafter.In the reply, Stokes’ first victim was England colleague Jos Buttler and the all-rounder had figures of 2-0 from seven balls when Karn played on to leave Mumbai 86-4 in the 13th.Rohit represented their best chance of victory but he lacked the requisite support and eventually perished in the final over for 58 from 39 having struck six fours and three maximums – Harbhajan’s final-ball six doing little to spoil Pune’s party.