The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 26, 1996 · Page 26
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D4 FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1996 encore! THE SALINA JOURNAL Friday Saturday Events for these days can be found on the two-day calendar under the "A Look 1 Ahead" heading on Page A2. 28 Sunday • ABILENE: 'The 34th Star." Historical video. 1:30 and 3:30 p;m. Dickinson County Historical Society. Heritage Center. 263-2681. • MCPHERSON: Theater, "A Midsummer Night's Dream." McPherson College. (316) 241-0731 ext. 1211. • REPUBLIC: Historical video, "Wagon Trains." 2 p.m., Pawnee Indian Village State Historic Site. Free. 361-2255. 29 Monday • PUBLIC MEETING: YWCA Annual Membership and Business meeting. 6 p.m., 651 E. Prescott. 825-4626. • ABILENE: Kansas Day Celebration. 1:30 and 3 p.m., Heritage Center, 412 S. Campbell. 263-2681. • HEDVILLE: Public meeting, Saline County Rural Fire District No. 3 Board of Trustees. 7:30 p.m., Hedville Fire Station. 825-5506. 30 Tuesday • PUBLIC MEETING: Saline County Commission. 10 a.m., Room 103, City- County Building, 300 W. Ash. 826-6540. • STORYTIME: Children's Department, Salina Public Library. 9:30 a.m. for ages 1 1/2 to 3,10:15 a.m. for ages 3-5,7 p.m. family. 301 W. Elm. Enrollment required. 825-0505. • LINCOLN: Quilting class with Verna Mettlen. Second of two sessions. 6:30 p.m., Lincoln Art Center, 126 E. Lincoln. $15.524-3241. 31 Wednesday • DANCE: Jolly Mixers Club dance. Music by the Solomon Valley Ramblers. 811 p.m., Moose Lodge, 1700 Beverly. No smoking or drinking. 827-3795. • PUBLIC MEETING: Salina Heritage Commission. 4 p.m., Room 103, City- County Building, 300 W. Ash. 826-7250. • STORYTIME: Children's Department, Salina Public Library. 9:30 a.m. or 1:30 p.m. for ages 3-5.10:15 a.m. for ages 1 1/2 to 3. 301 W. Elm. Enrollment required. 825-0505. 1 Thursday • PUBLIC MEETING: Smoky Hill- Central Kansas Education Service Center Board of Directors. 7:30 p.m. at the center, 1648 W. Magnolia. 825-9185. • THEATER: The Pirates of Penzance." 8 p.m., Salina Community Theatre, 303 E. Iron. $10.50, $5.25. 827-3033, 8276126. T VIDEO REVIEWS WHAT s GOING on 'Kids' provides : M*cl. .Uu—»_» ^-.-.^^.....r . f f '.Ji .. : , i: , „ , , i- , . V J^ KELLY PRESNELL/The Salina Journal Members of the cast of "Fiddler on the Roof": Hayley Grosser (left), Hilary Songer, Molly Chamoff, Ryan McCall, Jana Nichol, Chris Banninger, Carrie Gilchrist, Benjamin Hensley and Anne Romminger. South to present 'Fiddler on the Roof S alina South High School will present the Broadway musical "Fiddler on the Roof today and Saturday. The musical revolves around the eviction of the Jewish people from Czarist Russia at the turn of the century and the effect it had upon their traditional values. The action centers around Tevye, his domineering wife and the matchmaking of three of his five daughters. As the three daughters begin to embrace modern ideas of love and his wife cling to the traditional arranging of the marriages, Tevye is forced to abandon many of his morals and values and assume a broader perspective of the world. Performances are at 7:30 p.m. today and Saturday and at 2 p.m. Saturday. Cast members include Benjamin Hensley as Tevya; Anne Rominger, his wife; Carrie Gilchrist, Jana Nichol, Molly Chamoff, Hilary Songer and Hayley Grossner, their daughters; Michelle Vignery-, Yente, the matchmaker. Others are Chris Banninger, Ryan McCall, James Kerby, John Henningsen, Tim Bunker, Rob Rominger, John Hickman, Jessica Brown, Kati Paprota, Matt Marshall and Jimmy Godfrey. The chorus consists of Leslie Ahlvers, Chris Bainter, Star Black, Joel Beets, Traci Burr, Summer Caldwell, Mindy Catlin, Nick Charvat, Chris Davenport, Jake Fager, Matt Gerry, Laura Halderman, Anne Hobson, Brad Hoppock, Alexis Jones, David Martinez, Jeremy McWilliams, Lindsay Meyer, Lynnae Robbins, Stephen Rowson, Melissa Saldana, Becca Sowers, Lori Thompson, Bryan Weaverling, Andrea Weidman and Pam Williams. Stage managers are Kamra Gebhardt and Kendell Powell. view of teens Because of controversy, the video is released without a rating By JOE BALTAKE Sacramento Bee Comer 3 Saturday 2 Friday • THEATER: The Pirates of Penzance." 8 p.m., Salina Community Theatre, 303 E. Iron. $10.50, $5.25. 827-3033, 8276126. • BENEFIT AUCTION: CAPS seventh annual Celebrity Benefit Auction, benefiting the Child Abuse Prevention Services, 10 a.m. (doors open at 9 a.m.), Kenwood Hall. • BIRD WATCH: hosted by Doug Rudick. 7:45 a.m., Wildbird Crossings, 2306 Planet, Galaxy Center. 452-9453. • CONCERT: Pam Tillis with Tracy Byrd, 8 p.m., Bicentennial Center. $22.50, $19.50. 826-SHOW. • GALLERY TALK: Bob Kapoun, "American Indian Trade Blankets." 2 p.m., Smoky Hill Museum. 211 W. Iron. 8267460. • SEMINAR: Legal education seminar sponsored by the Kansas Association of Legal Secretaries. 8 a.m., Red Coach Inn, 2110 W. Crawford. $55. 827-7251. • SWIM MEET: Second annual "Shark City Winter Classic." South High School pool, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Free. 827-6471. • THEATER: The Pirates of Penzance." 8 p.m., Salina Community Theatre, 303 E. Iron. $10.50, $5.25. 827-3033, 8276126. • LINDSBORG: Lindsborg Kiwanis Club annual Pancake Feed. 7 a.m.-2 p.m. education hall of Bethany Lutheran Church. $3 in advance, $3.50 at the door. • TESCOTT: Tescott Lions Pancake Day. 7 a.m.-7 p.m., Lions Building. Donations taken. 4 Sunday • DINNER: 44th annual Ground Hog Feed sponsored by the Lutheran Laymen's league of the Trinity Lutheran Church (pancake and sausages), 4-7 p.m., the . church, Ninth and Crawford. $2.50 in advance, $3 at the door. 823-7151. • EVENT: The 99KG 1996 Bridal Revue. 1-5 p.m., Heritage Hall, Bicentennial Center. Free. 825-4631. • MUSIC: Chamber Music II — John Cage Retrospective. 7:30 p.m. Fitzpatrick Auditorium, Kansas Wesleyan University. • SWIM MEET: Second annual "Shark City Winter Classic." South High School pool, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Free. 827-6471. • THEATER: The Pirates of Penzance." 2 p.m., Salina Community Theatre, 303 E. Iron. $10.50, $5.25. 827-3033, 8276126. • MOUNDRIDGE: Singer Chuck Pyle. 4:30 p.m., Old Settlers Inn, 118 S. Christian. $8 adults, $3 children age 5-12, under 5 free. (316)345-2733. N oted still photographer Larry Clark's infamous film "Kids" makes its video debut. The film is disturbing not so much for its graphic, no-holds- barred depiction of a certain segment of American teen-agers in the throes of cheap, empty thrills . — drugs, booze and sex — but because all the sordidness here has been so passively, and dispassionately, recorded. Clark's film has no point of view other than to rub our noses in the spectacle of teen-agers running amok, recklessly destroying their futures for the sake of immediate pleasures. The movie has been the subject of a ratings battle between the Motion Pictures Association of America, which has rated it NC-17, and its distributor, Excalibur Films, which has elected to release it sans rating. (Not rated). Something to Talk About Dennis Quaid is cheating on wife Julia Roberts, and the whole town's talking about it in this romantic comedy, directed by Lasse Halstrom. The fihn is about colorful Southern horse-raising women and the not-so-colorful men in their lives. "Something To Talk About" is a crisp and effective comedy — but one longs for Holly Hunter in the lead role, and her penchant for playing an adorable honeybunch of a woman. Roberts gets the job done, largely by flashing that smile, shaking that mane and being unabashedly cute. "Thelma & Louise's" Callie Khouri wrote the screenplay. Robert Duvall and Gena Rowlands play Roberts' parents, Kyra Sedgwick her sister. (R) Senior Trip Matt Frewer and Tommy Chong lead a partying army of high schoolers to the nation's capital in "National Lampoon's Senior Trip." In Washington, the students wreak havoc. Janet Maslin of the New York Times calls it the "last gasp of a threadbare comedy series. Pauly Shore would be an asset."(R) Dramas • CLEAN, SHAVEN —1995. Directed by Lodge Kerrigan. Starring Peter Greene, Jennifer MacDonald and Robert Albert. A schizophrenic who has recently been released from an institution has trouble getting help when he learns that his mother has put his daughter up for adoption. (Not rated) • TRUMAN —1995. Directed by Frank Pierson. Starring Gary Sinise, Diana Scarwid, Richard Dysart, Colm Feore, James Gammon, Tony Goldwyn, Pat Hingle, Harris Yulin, Leo Burmester, Amelia Campbell, Virginia Capers and John Finn. The biography of president Harry Truman's military and political career. Salina state Sen. Ben Vidricksen has a cameo appearance as Truman's vice president. Premiered on HBO. (PG-13) Science-fiction • PHOENIX — 1995. Directed by Troy Cook. Starring Billy Drago, Brad Dourif, William Sanderson and Stephen Nichols. A man hired to thwart a takeover attempt by androids in the near future must use his telekinetic powers to conquer the surprising forces at work behind the androids. (Not rated) Children • THE SECRET WORLD OF ALEX MACK: IN THE NICK OF TIME — 1995. Various directors. Starring Larisa Oleynik. The first video release of the new series from the Nickelodeon cable -network about a 14-year-old girl with super powers features two" episodes from the series plus al short "video extra." (Not rated) * • TIMON AND PUMBAA'S WILD ADVENTURES — 1995. Various directors. The first three volumes of last year's new syndicated animated series starring two characters from Disney's "The Lion King," with each volume featuring two episodes. (Not rated). EXHIBITS Abilene • EISENHOWER CENTER: "Quilts by Ida Stover Eisenhower and Hortense Beck," an exhibit of handiwork by Ike's mother and Beck, who was born in Atwood and lives in Topeka. Through Labor Day. Dwight D. Eisenhower Library. Hours: 9 a.m.-4:45 p.m. daily. Museum admission: $2 adults, $1.50 senior citizens over 61 and free for children 15 and under. No charge for home, library, visitor center and Place of Meditation. Goodland • CARNEGIE ARTS CENTER GALLERY: The Prive Collection of Darren John Baehler 1992-1996," featuring oil paintings and photographs by 14-year-old D.J. Baehler of Goodland, is on display through Feb. 11. 120 W. 12th. Hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Montain time Monday-Friday and 1-3 p.m. Sunday. Free. Hays • HAYS ARTS CENTER: "Awakening," an exhibition of two-dimensional works by Guan "Jimmy" Zhimin ends Feb. 9. 112 E. 11th. Free. Lincoln • LINCOLN ART CENTER: "Stitches in Time," an exhibit of quilts and needlework from local families, continues during January. Also, "What My Mother Did, I Did Too: Kansas Quilt Tradition," a traveling exhibit from the Kansas Museum of History about the family tradition of quiltmaking in Kansas. 126 E. Lincoln. Free. Lindsborg • BIRGER SANDZEN MEMORIAL GALLERY: "Cloud Peak and Beyond: Journeys Along the Bighorn Mountains," an exhibit of paintings by T. Allen Lawson of Sheridan, Wyo., ends March 3.401 N. First. Hours: 1-5 p.m. Wednesday-Sunday. Admission: $2 for adults, 50 cents for students in grades 1-12. Logan • DANE G. HANSEN MUSEUM: "Birds, Beasts, Blossoms and Bugs in East Asian Art," which includes 185 objects, all but 22 from the permanent collection at the Lowe Art Museum at the University of Miami. Also, January artist of the month Lynn Ward and Carol Shirley of Norcatur will exhibit stained glass during the month of January. Hours: 9 a.m.-noon and 1-4 p.m. Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-noon and 1-5 p.m. Saturday, 1-5 p.m. Sunday. 110 W. Main. Free. Russell • DEINES CULTURAL CENTER: Exhibit of watercolors by Anita Wong and acrylics by Hermine Fischer Greywall of Wichita. "Summer Remembered," an exhibit of watercolors by Carolyn Loutzenhiser of Hutchinson ends Feb. 28. 820 N. Main. Hours: 1-5 p.m. daily except Monday. Free. Salina • BLUESTEM GALLERY: The Fifth Annual Bluestem Invitational Exhibit, featuring work by artist members and guests, ends Feb. 25. Hours: 1-5 p.m. Thursday through Sunday. 636 E. Iron. For appointments, call 826-9816. Free. • COMMUNITY ACCESS TV GALLERY: Exhibit by Salina middle school students begins today and ends Feb. 27. The exhibit is a project of the Roosevelt- Lincoln Middle School/Salina Art Center Discoverers' Interns. Hours: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Friday. 410 W. Ash. For appointments, call 823-2500. Free. • FIRST BANK KANSAS: Kathy Grego- ry, Assaria, will display graphite drawings during January. During regular business hours. 235 S. Santa Fe. Free. • SALINA ART CENTER: Closed for renovation. See Community Access TV gallery. or Over 50 booths featuring collectibles, antiques and gifts. Over 6,000 sq. ft.. Located at 201 W. 41st St. (I-70 & 183 Hwy). Open Mon.-Sat. 10-6, Sun. 12-5, North Central Kansas' Hottest 5 Piece Band at the Coffee Cattery, SaHna JEFF BRIDGES WHITE SQUALL Special advanced screening tomorrow night at 9:15 Central Mall, only! Downs to be '20/20' subject By The Associated Press C AREFREE, Ariz. — The topic on "20/20" will be host Hugh Downs himself — or, more accurately, his bad knees. The 74-year-old newsman will undergo joint replacement in both knees on Saturday in Boston, and the operation will be the subject of a segment to be broadcast on the ABC program in late February. On Monday, Downs was filmed in this Phoenix suburb where he lives as he talked with his physician, Dr. Martin Chattman. "He can show other senior citizens that this is doable surgery," Chattman said. Downs said he agreed to the report after he learned that about 150,000 people have such surgery each year and that about 16 million Americans have conditions that > will lead to joint replacements. i Downs expects to miss only the Feb. 2 broadcast and to return the following week. "I told Barbara Walters to simply say that I'm on assignment — which, of course, I am," he said. Sunset / Coming this Sunday: America's all-stars USA WEEKEND honors pro athletes and amateur coaches for their outstanding achievements off the field. Meet the winners of the Most Caring Athlete and Most Caring Coach awards... this week in USA WEEKENI ?<j£l SalioaJournal v*V DICKINSON THEATRES "The sci-fi . < action thriller i of the year! HHAMIERS TRIUMPH Frl. (*4:30)-7:OQ-9:30 Sun. (*2:00-*4:30>7-00 Sat (*2:00-*4:30)-7:00-9:30 Mon.-Thur. 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