Snow has finally started to stick to the streets of New York! It’s beautiful and glistening…and frigid and wet and just all-around awful after two minutes or so. Fortunately, New York’s hottest supper club has plenty of acts lined up to keep you toasty. Whether you’re a Sondheimite, an ABBA-fanatic or a “BLiz”zard, 54 Below is the place to be. Here are just some of the shows on the horizon. JOSH CANFIELD & REED KELLY “From Broadway to Survivor” – 1/27 & 28 at 9:30PM The musical theater power couple recently traded in tights for torches on Survivor: San Juan del Sur—Blood vs. Water. Now, they’re back to their showtune-singing selves for two nights. Joining their on-stage alliance are Krysta Rodriguez, Lauren Zakrin and more. GET TICKETS View Comments MITCHELL JARVIS 1/22 & 2/4 at 9:30PM The original Lonny in Rock of Ages, who has returned to the headbanging tuner as Stacee Jaxx through the conclusion of its run, makes his solo concert debut, and he’s hardly himself. In fact, he plays a man who thinks he’s Jacques Brel. Catch the original story, told entirely through classic Brel songs (with not-so-classic arrangements). GET TICKETS SONDHEIM ORIGINALS: OLD FRIENDS 1/16 & 17 at 7PM We’ve been in a Sondheim mood for a few months. Well, more than usual. Three Sondheim legends will hit the stage to recount tales and tunes: Ann Morrison (Merrily’s Mary Flynn), Pamela Myers (Marta in Company) and Chip Zien (the original Into the Woods baker). It’ll be “no more” than the “best thing that ever could have happened” in a “city of strangers.” GET TICKETS IF/THEN SINGS KITT & YORKEY 1/26 at 7 & 9:30PM If/Then, Next to Normal and even The Visitor…all on one stage! The gang from Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey’s latest venture will join forces for a night of hits and hidden gems. Expect belters galore, including LaChanze, Jenn Colella and James Snyder. We suspect a certain supernova won’t be in attendance, but as they sing in their show, “you never know.” GET TICKETS THE MAMMA MIA! DADS 1/13 at 9:30PM They can dance, they can jive, blah blah blah. All three of Sophie’s potential daddies from Broadway’s long-running ABBA-tacular will ditch the spandex (sadly) and belt it out at the midtown hotspot. Join Tony nominee Alan Campbell, John Hemphill and Paul DeBoy as they lay all their love on some Broadway and classic rock standards, original tunes and more. GET TICKETS GREG HILDRETH “Second Fiddle” – 2/7 at 9:30PM We’ve seen Hildreth a bunch…just left or right of center. Now, he’s taking the spotlight, backed by his former castmates: Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson’s Benjamin Walker, Peter and the Starcatcher’s Celia Keenan-Bolger and Christian Borle, Santino Fontana from Cinderella and Can-Can headliners Jason Daniely and Kate Baldwin. GET TICKETS
New Delhi: It was a golden day for India as Jinson Johnson and women’s grabbed gold medals, while PU Chitra won a bronze in women’s 1500 metre in the Asian Games 2018 on Thursday. Johnson clocked 3:44.72sec to claim the top honours ahead of Iran’s Amir Moradi, who turned in a timing of 3:45.62sec, his season’s best effort.In women’s 4×400 metre relay, the Indian women’s quartet of Hima Das, MR Poovamma, Saritaben Gayakwad and Vismaya Velluva Koroth ran 3-minute and 28.72 seconds to claim the gold. India’s 4x400m men’s relay team also bagged silver in Asian Games.Meanwhile, in hockey, Malaysia knocked the defending champions India out of the Asian Games gold medal contention and denied a direct entry a direct entry into the 2020 Olympics by defeating them in the semi-finals.ALSO READ: Eng vs Ind 4th Test Preview: Virat Kohli and co eye series equaliserEarlier on day 11 of the Asian games, India bagged four medals to take their medal tally to 54 as Arpinder Singh, Swapna Barman won golds while Dutee Chand continued to impress with another silver medal in the Asiad.ALSO READ: Asian Games 2018 Day 12: Full day schedule, IST timingsAsian Games 2018 LIVE Updates:# Silver for India: 4x400m men’s relay team wins a silver in the Asian Games 2018.# Another GOLD: India’s women’s 4x400m relay team wins gold for fifth time on trot.# GOLD: India’s Jinson Johnson wins gold medal in men’s 1500 meters finals.# Bronze: Palakeezhil Unnikrishnan Chitra wins a bronze medal in 1500 m.# Disappointment for India: ‘Golden’ hopes crashed as Men’s hockey team lose to Malaysia in semi-final# HOCKEY: Indian Men’s team is facing Malaysia in semifinals. Score after the end of the first quarter: India 0-0 Malaysia# TABLE TENNIS: Sharath Kamal defeats Muhammad Asim Qureshi by 4-0 in the men’s round of 32.# KURASH: Divesh crashes out from the round of 16 after losing against Uzbekistan’s Yakhyo Imamov by 10-0# KURASH: Danish Sharma advances to quarter-finals after defeating Palestine’s Mohanad Abueida 10-0# SQUASH: Indian women’s team go down by 1-2 to Hong Kong in women’s pool B team event# VOLLEYBALL: India loses to Myanmar by 21-25, 25-18, 25-27, 25-18, 13-15 in the classification round.# KURASH: Jyoti Tokas loses out of women’s 78kg kurash to Turkmenistan’s Mariya Lohova by 0-10.# KURASH: Jyoti Tokas defeats Thailand’s Prawanwit Meesri by 1-0# KURASH: Danish Sharma defeats Indonesia’s Muhammad Dhifa Alfais by3-0.# SQUASH: India trail 0-1 to Hong Kong in the women’s team Pool B match # TABLE TENNIS: Mouma Das loses to Chen Szuyu 6-11 5-11 and 6-11 in women’s singles event# EQUESTRIAN: Zahan Kevic Setalvad is in 30th place while Kaevaan Kevic Setalvad is placed 36th# CYCLING: Manjit Singh finishes 16th in Temo Race in men’s Omnium event.# JUDO: Garima Choudhary gets eliminated after losing 0-10 to Gulnoza Matniyazova of Uzbekistan# JUDO: Harshdeep Singh gets eliminated by Korea’s Lee Seungsu in men’s 81 kg elimination round of 16 match# CYCLING: Aleena Reji knocked out by Wai Sze Lee at the pre-quarterfinal of women’s sprint.# CYCLING: Chaoma Devi ends last in women’s 3,000m pursuit medal rounds.# CANOE: Naocha Singh Laitonjam and Ching Ching Sing Arambam finish last in men’s 1000m Double finals.# JUDO: Harshdeep Singh beats Sri Lanka’s Rajith Pushpa Kumara to qualify for men’s 81kg Round of 16.# CYCLING: Deborah Herold and Aleena Reji qualify for women’s sprint quarter-finals.# CYCLING: Manjit Singh finishes 16th in Men’s Omnium Scratch race.# CYCLING: Men’s Omnium Scratch Race with India’s Manjeet Singh begins# KAYAK: India end last in men’s 500m four (K4) final. # CANOE: Inaocha Devi and Anjali Bashishth finish eighth in women’s 500m double (C2) final For all the Latest Sports News News, Asian Games News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.