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G-2Entertainment the Cincinnati enquirer Sunday, October 6, 199 1 'Ceremony' guilty of believable characters bett Auditorium, CCM. Free. 556-4183. Oct. 18-19: Royce Campbell, Al Kiger, 9:30 p.m. The Blue Wisp Jazz Club. 721-9801. Oct. 18-19: Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, pianist Marc Laforet, conductor Claus Peter Flor, 8:30 p.m., Music Hall. 381-3300. Oct. 18-19: movement, music and 8:30 CEREMONY OF INNOCENCE By Daranna Gidel Dutton; $19.95 was a "natural for bullying." That these three characters would eventually come together in Ceremony of Innocence, Daranna Gidel's hardcover debut, is to be expected. But first we are treated to hundreds of pages of captivating detail on each of these very believable characters. Lucy, always living in the shadow of her pretty older sister, marries the preacher's son, a beer-drinking clod with a cold, calculating mother who makes Lucy's life miserable. Ellis is kidnapped by his grouch-turned-madman father and forced to learn how to survive in the woods, where the two live for years before Ellis escapes. Juliana is kept prisoner by her grandfather, but when she finds the courage to defy him, she turns to drugs and a fast crowd to hide her insecurity. Their paths cross well into this richly satisfying book. Fortunately, because the ending is such a disappointment. It's too neat, too troublesome, too unbelievable and too disgustingly romantic. BY ANN HICKS The Cincinnati Enquirer Lucy Clare was born into hopeless poverty, another burden to her disinterested mother and alcoholic father. Lucy was a happy child, content with her life in Wal-ea, Texas. All that changed when she started school and had a hard time following the rules. She overheard the teacher comment, "She's part of that white trash from out at the Trailer Village." Juliana Van Lyden lived in a different world. Her family was filthy rich, and Juliana stood to inherit it all. The money meant nothing to her. She cared only about pleasing her distant mother, often-absent father and the grandfather who wanted a male heir. Ellis Fielding, Juliana's cousin, was the product of Grace Van Lyden Fielding's rebellious liason with an "unsuitable" man. Ellis didn't fit in with the other kids; he Evendale Community Center, 10500 Readina Road. 861-9978. Oct. 9: School of Fish, House of Freaks, 8 p.m., Bogart's. 749-4949. Oct. 9: Bop Harvey, 10:30 p.m., Ripley's. 861-6506. Oct. 9: Michael Feinstein, 7:30 p.m., Music Hall. 749-4949. Oct. 9: Pianist Andreas Haefliger, Matinee Musicale Club, Ha", Scnish Rite Auditorium, 317 E. Fifth St. Oct. 9: Marcia Tucker, lecture, 8 p.m. Cincinnati Art Museum. 721-5204. Oct. 10: Fabulous Thunderbirds, 8 p.m. Bogart's. 749-4949. Oct. 11: James Brown, 8 p.m. University of Dayton Arena, Dayton, Ohio. 749-4949. Oct. 11-12: Ernie Krivda, 9:30 p.m. The Blue Wisp Jazz Club. 721-9801. Oct. 11-12: Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, conductor Christopher Seamon, 8:30 p.m., Music Hall. 381-3300. Oct. 11-12: Whitewater Opera, Verdi's Aida (concert version), 8 p.m. EST, Centerville High School, Centerville, Ind. 317-962-7106. Oct. 12: Tannahill Weavers, 8 p.m., Emery Theater. 572-6500. Oct. 12: Meat Puppets, 8:30 p.m., Bogart's. 749-4949. Oct. 12: Freddie Jackson, Shirley Murdock, 8 p.m., Hara Arena, Dayton, Ohio. 749-4949. Oct. 12: Kentucky HeadHunters, 8 p.m., Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. 749-4949. Oct. 12: Joanne Brackeen Quartet, 8 p.m., Renaissance Auditorium, Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, Ohio. 223-3655. Oct. 11-13: Doug Elkins Dance Company, 8:30 p.m. Oct. 11-12, 7 p.m. Oct. 13, The Dance Hall. 751-2800. Oct. 12: Rythm Syndicate, Marky Mark & the Funky Bunch, Corina, Jomanda, 6 p.m., TimberWolf, Kings Island. 749-4949. Oct. 12: Almut Roessler, organist, 4 p.m., Hyde Park Community United Methodist Church. 871-1345. Oct. 12-13: CCM Philharmonia, 8 p.m., Corbett Auditorium. 556-4183. Oct. 13-19 Oct. 13: Jean-Luc Ponty, 8 p.m. Bogart's. 749-4949. Oct. 13: Cincinnati Pops, Joel Grey, conductor Keith Lockhart, 8 p.m., Music Hall. 381-3300. Oct. 13: The Gathering Choral Society, 3 p.m., Cathedral of Saint Peter in Chains, Eighth and Plum streets. 421-5354. Oct. 14: Baritone William McGraw and pianist Kenneth Griffiths, 8 p.m., Corbett Auditorium, CCM. Free. 556-4183. Oct. 15: Harpsichordist Eiji Hashimoto, 8 p.m., Corbett Auditorium, CCM. Free. 556-4183. Oct. 15: Amy Grant, 8 p.m., Nutter Center, Dayton, Ohio. 749-4949. Oct. 15: Showboat Follies '91, 6 p.m., River Saloon, Covington Landing. 431-1500. Oct. 15: Exploited, Biohazard, Type 0 Negative, 8 p.m., Bogart's. 749-4949. ; Oct. 16: June Tabor, 8 p.m., Showboat Majestic. 241-6550. p.m., The Dance Hall. 751-2800. Oct. 18-19: Sorg Opera, Verdi's Aida (concert version), 8 p.m., Sorg Opera House, 57 S. Main St., Middletown. 425-0180. Oct. 18-20, 24-26: Servant of Two Masters by Carlo Goldoni, Miami University, Oxford. 529-2247. Oct. 19: The DeBarge Family, 7:30 p.m., Taft Theater. 749-4949. Oct. 20-26 Oct. 20: Patti LaBelle, 7 p.m., Louisville Gardens, Louisville, Ky. 749-4949. Oct. 20: Amy Grant, 7:30 p.m., Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. 749-4949. Oct. 20: Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra, conductor Keith Lockhart, violinist Chee-Yun, 3 p.m., Memorial Hall, 1225 Elm St. 723-1182. Oct. 20: Clarinetist Todd Palmer, 3 p.m., Miami University Art Museum, Oxford. 529-3434. Oct. 21: Bret Michaels, Susie Hatton, 8 p.m., Bogart's. 749-4949. Oct. 21: Pianist James Tocco, 8 p.m., Corbett Auditorium. Free. 556-4183. Oct. 22: Tokyo Quartet, 8 p.m., Corbett Auditorium, CCM. 556-4183. Oct. 23: Peabo Bryson, 8 p.m. Bogart's. 749-4949. Oct. 23-Nov. 10: Everything in the Garden, directed by Edward Albee, Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati. 421-3555. Oct. 24-Nov. 3: Tintypes, Northern Kentucky University. 572-5464. Oct. 24-Nov. 17: Speed the Plow, Shelter-house Theater, Playhouse in the Park. 421-3888. Oct. 25-26: Al Nori, Joe Gaudio, The Blue Wisp Jazz Club. 721-9801. Oct. 25-26: The Great Gatsby, Cincinnati Ballet, 8 p.m. Oct. 25, 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. Oct. 26, Music Hall. 621-1110. Oct. 26: Sukay, South American Folk Music, 1 1 a.m, 2 p.m., 8 p.m., Raymond Walters College. 745-5685. Oct. 27-Nov 2 Oct. 27: Doughboys, 8 p.m., Bogart's. 749-4949. Oct. 27: Cincinnati Choral Society, 3 p.m., Anderson Hills Church. 651-9405. Oct. 27: Cincinnati Community Orchestra, 7:30 p.m., Cincinnati Metropolitan College, 4320 Bertus Ave., St. Bernard. Free. 732-2561. Oct. 27: Catholic Choir Festival, 3 p.m., Cathedral of Saint Peter in Chains, Eighth and Plum streets. 421-5354. Oct. 28-29: Riders' Radio Theater, 8 p.m., Emery Theater. 745-3126. Oct. 30: Kinishsha Holman Conwill, lecture, 8 p.m., Cincinnati Art Museum. 721-5204. Oct. 6-12 Through Oct. 13: "Ensemble Koree," Cincinnati Art Club. 241-4591. Through Oct. 20: Our Town, Playhouse in the Park. 421-3888. Through Oct. 27: Tang Ceramics from the Hartman Collection, Taft Museum. 241-0343. Through Oct. 27: The Annual Fine Crafts Exhibit, Studio San Giuseppe, College of Mount St. Joseph. 244-3414. Through Oct. 28: Mel Chin, Conceptual Sculpture, Contemporary Arts Center. 721-0390. Through Oct. 31: "Dinamation," Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, Museum Center at Union Terminal. 287-7000. Through Oct. 31: "Twilight of the Dinosaurs," Cincinnati Planetarium. 621-3336. Through Nov. 2: "Cincinnati Collects: The Corporate View," Contemporary Arts Center. 721-0390. Through Nov. 8: Grand Canyon: The Hidden Secrets, Omnimax Theater, Museum Center at Union Terminal. 287-7000. Through Dec. 8: "Trapped in Time: Treasures of the Tar Pits," Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, Museum Center. 287-7020. Through September, 1995: "Cincinnati Goes To War," Cincinnati Historical Society Museum, Museum Center. 287-7000. Oct. 6, 11-13: Nunsense, Sunset Players, 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 7 p.m. Sunday, Dunham Recreation Complex. 921-9290. Oct. 6, 8-13: The Passion ofDracula, Northern Kentucky University. 572-5464. Oct. 6: Harvest Festival, 1-5 p.m. Sharon Woods Village. 563-9484. Oct. 6: Steven Curtis Chapman, 6 p.m., Bells Lane Baptist Church. 528-1740. Oct. 6: Hyde Park Art Show, noon-5 p.m., Hyde Park Square. Oct. 6: "Rags and All That Jazz, Jr.," 3 p.m., Krefting Pianos, 614 Adela Ave., Ludlow, Ky. 261-1643. Oct. 6: Athenaeum Chorale, Sunday Vespers, 7:30 p.m., Athenaeum of Ohio, 6616 Beech-mont Ave. Free. 231-2223. Oct. 6: Organist Amy Johansen, 3 p.m., Cathedral of Saint Peter in Chains. 421-5354. Oct. 6: Miami University ensembles, 3 p.m., St. Mary's Cathedral Basilica, Covington. Free. 431-2060. Oct. 6: Modern Mandolin Quartet, Cincinnati Chamber Music Society, 4 p.m., Corbett Auditorium, CCM. 556-4183. Oct. 6: Sara Wolfensohn, Xavier Piano Series, 2:30 p.m., XU Center Theater. 745-3161. Oct. 6: The Connells, Seven Simons, 8 p.m. Bogart's. 749-4949. Oct. 6: Choral Evensong, 5 p.m., Christ Church, 318 E. Fourth St. Free. 621-1817. Oct. 6: Kentucky Center Chamber Players, 7:30 p.m., First Presbyterian Church, Yellow Springs, Ohio. 767-1750. Oct. 7: Violinist Phillip Ruder and pianist Sandra Rivers, 8 p.m., Corbett Auditorium. Free. 556-4183. Oct. 7: Squeeze, Kirsty MacColl, Katydids, 8 p.m., Bogart's. 749-4949. Oct. 7: Clarinetist Steve Cohen, 7 p.m. Baur Room, CCM. Free. 556-4183. Oct. 8: Michael Hedges, 8 p.m., Bogart's. 749-4949. Oct. 8: Luther Vandross, 8 p.m., Riverfront Coliseum. 749-4949, 721-1000. Oct. 8: Pianist Frank Weinstock, 8 p.m., Corbett Auditorium. Free. 556-4183. Oct. 8: Music LiveWith Lunch, 12:10 p.m., Christ Church, 318 E. Fourth St. Free. 621-1817. Oct. 8-9: Riders' Radio Theater, 8 p.m. Emery Theater. 745-3126. Oct. 8: Cincinnati Civic Orchestra, 7:30 p.m., Mb Kids' books 'Flight' lets imagination soar FLIGHT By Robert Burleigh Illustrated by Mike Wimmer Philomel Books; $14.95 Charles Lindbergh was the world's hero when he made his New York to Paris flieht in 1927. The 25-year-old daredevil did something no other aviator had yet accomplished: He flew non-stoo across the Atlantic Ocean alone. Did he get bored? Sleepy? Was he scared? Hungry? 4 ROBERT BURLEI-GH f (J 4'Ki vin , Oct. 31 -Nov. 3: Nora, College-Conservatory of Music. 556-4183. Oct. 31: The Percussion Group, 8 p.m., Corbett Auditorium. 556-4183. Oct. 31: Royal Crescent Mob, 8 p.m. Bogart's. 749-4949. Nov. 1: St. Martin Chamber Orchestra, 8 p.m., Memorial Hall, 1225 Elm St. 541-1958. Nov. 1-3, 8-10: Contemporary Dance Theater Fall Concert, 8:30 p.m. Nov. 1-2 and 8-9 (Nov. 3 and 10 times TBA), Dance Hall. 751-2800. Nov. 2: Metropolitan Opera district auditions, 10 a.m., Corbett Auditorium. Free. 556-4183. Nov. 2: CCM Philharmonia, 8 p.m., Corbett Auditorium. 556-4183. Robert Burleigh's Flight gives children some idea what Lindbergh experienced in those 33'2 hours. We learn, for example, that Lindbergh, dubbed the "Lone Eagle," left his radio and parachute behind to keep the plane lighter. We discover that he wrote in his diary all day long. He held his eyelids up with his fingers to stay awake. When he landed, cheering people surrounded his plane, the Spirit of St. Louis, and pulled him out. Oct. 16: Natalie Cole, 7:30 p.m., Taft Theater. 749-4949. Oct. 16: Mezzo-soprano Mary Henderson, pianist Donna Loewy, violist Peter Kamnitzer, 8 p.m., Corbett Auditorium, CCM. Free. 556-4183. Oct. 17: Hoodoo Gurus, 8 p.m., Bogart's. 749-4949. Oct. 17: Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio, Cincinnati Chamber Music Society, 8 p.m., Corbett Auditorium, CCM. 556-4183. Oct. 17: NKU Symphonic Winds, 8 p.m., Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights. 572-5464. Oct. 18: Pianist William Black, 8 p.m., Cor- Mike Wimmer's vivid paintings illustrate with pictures what Burleigh cannot convey with words. The fog, the clouds, the sunrise. No matter that this happened 64 years ago. Burleigh and Wimmer do a fantastic job of making us feel we were there. ANN HICKS CINCINNATI'S LARGEST SINGLES DANCE Every Friday THIS SUNDAY ONLY Friday 8:30-1 2:30AM Sunday 8:00 - 12:00PM Holiday Inn (Blue Ash) Holiday Inn (Blue Ash) l-?75flf 1-975 at I IQ AO 111 Baldwin ! ' (650 PEOPLE ATTENDED BOTH DANCES LAST WEEK) H WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9 7:30pm MUSIC HALL SPONSORED BY SOLO SINGLES fSlii k CHILI FESTIVAL ce!?M:i; ' I TICKETS AVAILABLE AT ALL TICKETMASTER LOCATIONS INCLUDING ALL ABOUT SPORTS AND VIDEO TOWNE. CHARGE: 513749-4949 TICKETS AIS0 AVAILABLE AT BOX office atmm of the show West Court Street Downtown Cincinnati GRAND CANYON: The Hidden Secrets. Forty-four speakers and a 260 screen carry you through the treacherous beauty of the canyon, the adventures it's inspired, the secrets it holds. Shows daily. Mon.-Fri. beginning at 1 p.m., Sat.-Sun. beginning at 11 a.m., including Tues.-Sat. evenings. Tickets available at all TicketMaster ticket centers, including select Lazarus and select Video Towne locations. Or charge by phone: (513) 749-4949? New museum exhibit hours beginning October 18. 9 a.m. -5 pm., Mon.-Sat. 11 a.m.- FIMCR0W 4k. mm ink it : i M I JT IISCOUMTS d r "V mi i nt mm Get Fired Up For Cincinnati's Annual Salute To Chili Madness o p.m., oun. IJHLj THE ROBERT D. LINDNER fF-dliJJJiT FAMILY OMNIMAX THEATER Museum Center at Cincinnati Union Terminal "Grand Canyon: The Hidden Secrets" is presented by Thriftway. r 'Non-refundable convenience fee for tickets FALL COLOR orchestra! CINCINNATI of CRUISES 1 II Every Sat. & Sun. in October, : 2:30 & 5:30 D.m. ERICH KUNZEL CONDUCTOR SPECIAL GUEST JOEL GREY Every Wed. Thurs. & Fri. in October starting Oct. 16th, 2:30 p.m. Sun. Nov. 3rd, 2:30 p.m. Feci the magic of Autumn aboard a 2 hour Fall Color Cruise. Crisp, cool air, constantly changing colors and hot cider make cruising a great way to enjoy the fall season. Weekend cruises run aboard an open air boat, so make sure you dress appropriately. Weekday cruises offer bingo for fun and a special price for senior citizens. Adults $7, Children $5, Family package for four: $22. Special Seniors only price Wed., Thurs. or Fri.: $5. Cash bar, cash snacks. Keith Lockhart conducting Sunday, October 13, 1991, 8:00 pm Music Hall All Sorts Of Hot Chili Dishes Hydrants Of Cold Beer B105 Pepto Bismol Free Music Stage Professional And Amateur Chili Cookoffs Continuous Entertainment Children's Entertainment & Education Area Firefighting Equipment & Demonstrations Dalmatian Contest Free Admission Presented by The Downtown Council, Gold Star Chili, Cincinnati Fire Museum and Hosted by few Radio Oscar-winning star of "Cabaret" Joel Grpv has hnr.nmn nno nf DON'T MISS THE America's most beloved performers. CHANGING COLORS Call for reservations For ticket information, call 381-3300 Located at Covington Landing J Vl,italfUV ...... .L. Dl... c . sponsored by University Health Plan Bridge from Riverfront Stadium. kIVEKDOATIN QT ITS KfcbTj 1

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