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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 99

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TGIF The Palm Beach Post MARCH 27, 1998 Page 3 Mr Mutiny BEST BETS ... ... FIFTH ANNUAL BLUES It's been five years since 'ls iMn-yt-i SMI Delray Beach s Back Room was born. To celebrate, the management is hosting the Fifth Annual Back Room Blues Festival. The event takes place from 2 p.m.-2 a.m. on Saturday and in ! i-r ;5 t tT nmni r"r Coleman TRUE 'COLORS': John Travolta gives a dead-on impersonation as Gov. Jack Stanton in Primary Colors; Emma Thompson plays his wife. HOT TICKETS METALLICA With Days of the New and Jerry Cantrell, June 24 at Coral Sky Amphitheatre in suburban West Palm Beach. Tickets: $25 and $39.50. On sale at 10 a.m. Saturday. Call (800) SKY-4-MCI. B TAB BENOIT Next Friday at One Night Stan's, 2333 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood. Tickets: $11 and $16. Call (954) 929-1566. B LIVINGSTON TAYLOR AND JONATHAN EDWARDS Next Friday at Palm Beach Community College Eissey Campus Theatre, Palm Beach Gardens. Tickets: $15 and $19. Call 625-2345. B HUMAN DRAMA With Divine Love Mission, April 10 at Respectable Street in West Palm Beach. Tickets: $8 at the door. Call 832-9999. B HISPANICFEST '98 April 19 in downtown Hollywood. Features entertainment by Lefty Perez, Maelo, Tricoche, Grupo Guarapo, Grupo Detalle and folk dance groups Bolivia Magica and Los Pleneros de Borinquen. Free. Call (954) 922-9959. B DAN TOLER BAND April 4 at the Lyric Theater in Stuart. Tickets: $12-$18. Call 286-STAR. B GLAD May 1 at St. Rita's Catholic Church, 13645 Paddock Drive, Wellington. Tickets: $12. On sale Wednesday. Call 793-7058. Unless noted, all tickets are available through Ticketmaster and the box office. Call 966-3309. Compiled by BRYON RIVERS CHOICE cludes national acts Rod Piazza & -The Mighty Flyers, Tab Benoit and Deborah Coleman, as well as local bands The Regulators, Boss Groove, Sheba & The Rhythm Kings, Joey Gilmore and more. Tickets are $7. Call 243-9110. ARETHA FRANKLIN What you want? Baby, she's got it. Aretha Franklin's charisma, talent and intense voice have earned her R-E-S-P-E-C-T, fame and roles in both The Blues Brothers and Blues Brothers 2000 movies. With a career spanning four decades and an innumerable string of hits, she's a living legend with the chops to go with the title. Franklin sings at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday at Sunrise Musical Theatre. Tickets are $25-$45. Call (954) 741-7300. BOB DYLAN Bob Dylan is one of popular music's long-running enigmas. His critically acclaimed Gorka and Casey Neill. The biggest surprise? Actor Tim Robbins' charged theatrical rendition of an old Seeger protest anthem. Bob Roberts lives! And so, thankfully, does the music of Pete Seeger. LARRY AYDLETTE DANCE The Miami City Ballet closes out its Kravis Center season this weekend on a comedic note. The company presents the local premiere of Paul Taylor's Funny Papers, a ballet inspired by the Sunday comics and a worthy addition to the repertory given that South Florida is home to the International Museum of Cartoon Art. Also on the program are Balan-chine's Scotch Symphony and Diana and Actaeon and Jimmy Gamonet De Los Heros' Divertimento EspaHol. Performances are at 8 p.m. today, 2 and 8 p.m. Saturday and 1 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $20.10-$50.10, with "rush" tickets (at a one-third discount) available one hour prior to the show. Call 930-DANC. CHARLES PASSY THEATER This weekend, the students of the Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts open the state-of-the-art Meyer Hall theater at their new campus near the Kravis Center with the three-hanky musical Blood Brothers. This British show by Willy Russell (Educating Rita) proved popular on Broadway a few seasons ago and is likely to do so again in West Palm Beach. Directed by Beverly Blanchette, with choreography by Garry Q. Lewis. HAP ERSTEIN songwnting Mr-Tambourine Man, Knock in' On Heaven's Door) has done as much for other artists as it has for himself, and yet Dylan is mocked as often as he is lauded, mostly for his ability to make MOVIES We know, you get so much of Bill Clinton's travails for free on the nightly news, why should you pay to see Primary Colors, a thinly veiled movie about his first race for the presidency? Because screenwriter Elaine May and director Mike Nichols have made a surprisingly good movie from Joe ("Anonymous") Klein's cheeky political roman a clef about philandering but caring Southern governor Jack Stanton (John Travolta in a pitch-perfect impersonation). The movie begins with a satirical edge, sucking us in with some clever comic writing, then turns darker as it asks to be taken seriously. A loudmouthed strategist, brilliantly played by Kathy Bates, suddenly becomes the conscience of the campaign and of the movie, as she challenges Stanton on the use of smear tactics. Add to the list of first-rate performances Emma Thompson as a wily, hot-tempered Hillary stand-in, Billy Bob Thornton as a good oT boy campaign manager (yup, James Car-ville) and Larry Hagman as a wizened old political adversary. HAP ERSTEIN ALBUMS Turn, Turn, Turn. If I Had A Hammer. The Water is Wide. We Shall Overcome. When the critics talk about the great pillars of American music, why do they rarely mention Pete Seeger? I le's just as important as Irving Berlin, Jelly Roll Morton, George Gershwin and Woody Guthrie. A Dylan mumbling sound musical. Still, CHEAT THRILLS B CRAFTS FAIR The GWFC Jupiter-Tequesta Junior Woman's Club will have the Seventh Annual Spring Crafts Fair from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday at Tequesta Park, County Line Road, Tequesta. More than 80 arts and crafts vendors will display and sell their work. There will be music and karate and gymnastic demonstrations. Food will be provided by the Juniorettes. Free transportation to the park is available at the Barnett Bank, U.S. 1 and Tequesta Drive. Free. B BUNNY AND BUTTERFLIES The Gardens mall is displaying a butterfly garden featuring the Easter Bunny in the center court. I luge fluttering butterflies are scattered throughout the garden, complete with fresh spring flowers and large Easter eggs. The exhibit continues through April 11. Free. B NATURE WRITERS WORKSHOP Aspiring writers of fiction, poetry and nonfiction who focus on nature are invited to attend a free workshop, 2 p.m. Tuesday in the William T. Kirby Nature Center, John I). MacArthur Beach State Park, 10900 State Road 703, North Palm Beach. Park volunteer A. William Larson will lead the group, in which writers will share their work and comment on others. Park admission is $3.25. Call 624-6952. I 1 II I. I I Hill I I HI m Nil l) II there's something to be said for a performer who produces a Grammy Award-winning record 30 years after his heyday. Dylan plays at 8:30 p.m. on Monday and Tuesday at the Cameo Theatre in Miami. Tickets are $35 and $50. Call (305) 532-0922. EDWIN MCCAIN Two years ago, this guy and his band had an afternoon audience at SunFest groovin' to their poppy Southern-flavored folk. Whether you remember them or not, you've probably heard the group's latest romantic radio hit FU Be, off its latest album. Misguided Roses. If you like w hat you've heard, you'll get a second chance to check out McCain with opening act Angie Aparo on Saturday at Club 508 (at Spanky's) in West Palm Beach. The show starts at 8 p.m. Tickets are $8 advance, $ 1 0 day of show. Call 832-74. strong case is made on the marvelous two-CD set. Where Have All the Flowers Gone? (Appleseed), which features new versions of songs Seeger wrote or popularized. While the selling point may be interpretations by Bruce Springsteen, Ani Di-Franco. Billy Bragg and the Indigo Girls, the best work is by old and unknown folkies such as Odetta, Ronnie Gilbert, Guy Davis, John . 4 , J , - J - - - SIBLING REVELRY: Harry Bayron and Lorenzo Gutierrez are in the musical Blood Brothers. f 4 r r :k

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