300 Click for offer“My friends and relatives know I’m nuts,” she told The New York Times about her total immersion in her subjects. “It’s obsessive. I want to tell the story and I want to get it right. God forbid I should make it easy on myself.” ‘HAPPY TALK’ at the Pershing Square Signature Center (previews start on April 30; opens on May 16). Though the playwright Jesse Eisenberg usually writes about awful people, he’s centering his latest New Group play on a less awful one. Under Scott Elliott’s direction, Susan Sarandon stars as Lorraine, a woman caring for her addled family, and her mother’s home health aide, while rehearsing the role of Bloody Mary in “South Pacific.” Will it be some enchanted evening?212-279-4200, thenewgroup.org
Electronic Arts, Activision Blizzard, Ubisoft and Take-Two Interactive Software are some of the publishers shelling out serious cash to streamers, according to a report published Saturday by The Wall Street Journal. BIG 12 Marial Shayok, who had 21 points, hit back-to-back 3-pointers in front of his own bench to give Iowa State (22-11) the lead in the final minute of a 63-59 victory against No. 15 Kansas State (25-8), the tournament’s top seed, in the semifinals in Kansas City, Mo. The Cyclones will face No. 17 Kansas (25-8), which got 24 points from Dedric Lawson in an 88-74 win over West Virginia (14-20).XS M S
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After two wins on the road, the latest featuring a third-quarter rush straight out of Golden State’s playbook, Toronto has firmly established itself as the talk of the league. “It’s kind of an enigma,” said Joan Santo, the owner of Narrowsburg Proper, the hamlet’s “not-so-general general store,” which stocks a range of things, from Italian specialty foods to men’s clothing. Ms. Santo and her husband, Ron, both 52, moved to the area full-time 12 years ago. Five years later, he opened Narrowsburg Fine Wines & Spirits; she opened her shop next door in 2017.