Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada on February 18, 1966 · Page 30
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Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada · Page 30

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& ENTERTAINMENT, FEB, 19, am IvMint Gawttt and Navate SIM aaa il , "iP,1Hir-nrimr-pPnMPr m n im, ul" mmm KAYE STEVENS will be featured in the Arthur Godfrey show, opening Feb. 24 for a two-week run at the Nugget in Sparks. In just a few years Stevens has emerged as a first-rate entertainer. Kaye Stevens To Play Kaye Stevens, who will be featured In the Arthur Godfrey show at John Ascuaga's Nugget, Feb. 24 through March 9, is truly an entertaining "gas." In a world full of blurry carbons, she stands out as a vibrant original with a sense of humor and love of life as colorful as her flaming-red tresses. The excitement that Kaye generates has carried her in a few short seasons from the drudgery of second-rate one-nighters to the spotlight of many of the most elegant supper clubs in the country. Kaye's phenomenal shot to atardom does not stop with THE SNEAKERS, six voices against the rising tide of conformity, ore giving venf to rheir emotions in nightly, tfisser-. tations In Harrah's Tahoe StdteUh1 Loong. .".v 1966 Journal Nugget nightclubs alone. She ranks as one of the most sought-after guest stars on television, and just recently returned from the Far East with Bob Hope's Christmas show. Her motion picture career blossomed with her co-starring role as the kookie nurse in Columbia's box office smash "The Interns." She followed that performance opposite Danny Kaye In "The Man from the Diner's Club," and a sequel to "The Interns." The Steiner Brothers will also be featured in the Arthur Godfrey showbill at the Nugget. fel ' V " " ' Yomal IProdoces Sramge Voices Persons who happen to be passing by the doorway of the Golden Casino's Mardi Gras Theater-Restaurant and hear many strange voices, accompanied by gales of laughter, probably are hearing part of the most fantastic specialty act to be seen in these parts for many a moon. Yonal, whose real name is Paul Lancy, is probably one of the best known comedy acts In Europe, and he was brought here by Barry Ashton and Wolf Kochmann especially to fill this specialty act spot nightly In the Gold-en's swank Mardi Gras Room. The Golden's big show marks Yonal's first appearance in the United States, and judging from the response of the audience, he will probably go on to a big success in American show business. He has already been inked to do one of his funniest bits on "Hollywood Palace," when It Is hosted by Bing Crosby on Feb. 19. As a matter of fact, the Old Groaner Is so Impressed with Yonal's audience impact that he has taken a personal Interest in this talented little man's fast developing career In the United States. Yonal's talents are many and varied. He can sing like an operatic baritone. He can sing like a coloratura soprano. He can sing like Mar-lene Dietrich. He can sing like Maurice Chevalier. He Is an expert ventriloquist He Is an expert panto-mimist. Ht la an accomplished musician. And he can yodel like no one else this side of the Swiss Alps. All these talents Yonal puts to good use on the Golden Casino's stage, as he keeps audiences in a hilarious uproar night after night during his act. A couple of his funnier bits are a portrayal of a young father trying to put the baby to sleep, and a sidesplitting conversation with his own stomach. His yodel-ing act, during which he returns his echoes from the surrounding mountains, really has to be seen to be believed. In Europe, where Yonal is an all-time favorite, he has played at the most famous clubs, listing such names as the Moulin Rouge, the Folies Bergere, the Alhambra and London's Cafe de Paris among his credits. He also has television credits in England, France, Spain, Germany, Italy and Egypt. FEATURING ABALONE, LOBSTER TAILS PRIME RIB, STEAKS Complal Dinnara $050 Fro -COCKTAIL MO COURT STREET IN THE PHONE AMPLE FREE PARKING Other specialty acts In Barry Ashton's La Parist-enne are the comedy dance team of Elsa and Waldo, whose antics keep audiences howling, and the fantastically skillful Leonardo, whose plate spinning feats elicit gasps of amazement from astounded watchers. La Parisienne features a cast of 40, starring the lovely Marlene, star of the Folies Bergere, and Michel Dary, romantic new French singing sensation. The lead dancer is Marya Linero, whose graceful dancing and heavenly figure are something to write about. La Parisienne is the biggest, most lavish and fastest moving show Barry Ashton has ever created for the Golden Casino, and it once again proves that the Golden deserves the sobriquet, "The Lido of Reno." Anyone missing La Parisienne is missing an opportunity to see a great show in the tradition of Broadway and Hollywood. Barry Ashton's La Parisienne is staged at 8:30 and 11 every night, with an extra late show at 1 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays. Special Planned "The Golden Globe Awards," with Andy Williams as host, will be presented as an NBC Television Network full-hour color special in 1967, it was announced by Edwin S. Friendly Jr., vice president. Special Programs, NBC Television Network. During the past two seasons, the Hollywood Golden Globe Awards were presented on NBC-TV in special editions of "The Andy Williams Show." They were produced by Bob Finkel, who also will produce the special NBC Awards colorcast next year. (Finkel is producer of "The Andy Williams Show.") The previous presentations of the awards show received wide audience and critical acclaim, being cited as setting "a brisk lively pace for other award shows to follow" and "they (Williams and the producers) know how to run a TV prize-award show in the small distance of an hour. The Emmy and Oscar TV ceremonies could take lessons." LOUNGE- RED CARPET MOTOR L0D6I 329 - 5444 ON THE HILL ST. LEVEL (mill m wi V I V7 - , N ? 1 i v: ''iu. JON A SANDRA STEELE will take over the top of the marquee at the Holiday Hotel on Thursday (Feb. 24) when the popular duo lead the entertainment in the Theatre Lounge which will feature the vocal artistry of Ray Peterson. NOEL COWARD ACTS AGAIN LONDON Noel Coward comes back to the West End stage early in 1966 in a program of his own short plays. Co-starring with him are to be Lili Palmer and Irene Worth. 4i () SSrtSSSSf 1. 1.. 1 A Dublin break-in of the bill Is to precede the London engagement. Rehearsals, direct ed by Glen Byam Shaw, are to be at Coward's home in Switzerland. mm

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