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Albuquerque Journal from Albuquerque, New Mexico • Page 26

Albuquerque Journal from Albuquerque, New Mexico • Page 26

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November 3 1968 ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL Film of 'Henry Scheduled Friday Az Acclaimed Ballets On Robert Joffrey Program "Henry the film adaptation of Shakespeare's classic, will be shown at the University of New Mexico's Pope joy Hall Friday as part of the university's performing arts film series. Laurence Olivier and Robert Newton are featured in the Academy Award-winning color film, which starts at 7:30 p.m. The prologue of the play, which centers around the Battle of Agincourt. was filmed in the Globe Theater. Otherwise, "Henry is not a film of a stage play, but was produced in natural settings.

Tickets are being sold at the Popejoy Hall box office. BaMs which the Robert Joffrey Ballet has premiered to high critical acclaim in recent seasons will be featured when the ensemble performs at Popejoy Concert Hall Nov. 29 and 30. The programs will be different each night. The Nov.

29 performance is on the International University Series subscription series. However, tickets are available for both programs at the Popejoy box office. Program for the Nov. 29 performance includes highly acclaimed ballet for men demonstrating athletic prowess of the company;" Pas de a revelation of the rivalry among ballerinas; and "The Green Table," a bitter, sardonic commentary on diplomacy and war. The following night the troupe will offer "Viva Vivaldi," termed one of the most brilliant, exciting of modern ballets; "Cake Walk," a Joyful dance interpretation of riverboat minstrel shows; "Sea Shadow," in which a lovely sprite visits a sleeping boy on the beach; and "Fanfarita," a new Spanish-acented ballet to the music of Ruperto Chapi.

WINROCK ONLY! BEAUTY SAJLN mst Important thing we sett RESEARCH PLANNED Van Deren Coke, chairman of the University of New Mexico art department, is leaving Monday for New York, where he will do research At Eastman House, in Rochester, on the history of photography in the Southwest. Prof. Coke will also attend a meeting of photograph historians at Ohio State University. He will return Saturday. (JONTKAST: Jean Warwick portrays two roles in "Morning, Noon and Night," directed by Crawford MaeCallum, at Old Town Studio, 1208 Rio Grande NW.

In Act I she has a silent role of a German bar maid, projecting a seductive personality through body movement; and in Act III she screams fonh in dramatic rage, shouting abuse in fluent German in the role of a hausfrau, bent on ejecting undesirable tenants. Reservations for the play are available by calling the box office. It plays at 8 tonight and Thursday through Nov. 10. (Journal photos by Ray Cary) Studio Actress Has Duo Role THE FINEST GIF OF ALL FOR THE GRANDPARENTS A quality color portrait of the children.

ONE COLOR QUALITY PORTRAIT ONLY 19.50 SMALLER SIZES EVEN LESS Especially priced before the Christmas rush. Slightly higher for Children over 12. An appointment made now will assure Christmai delivery. Shape up with a bright new look via a Penney fashion haircut 2.50 Budget permanent wave, 10.00 We specialize in the care of Penney wigs By FLO WILKS Jean Warwick, appearing in two diverse roles of the Old Town Studio production of "Harry, Noon and Night," flashes with scintillating rapidity from a seductive barmaid to an irate hausfrau in the play, with a setting of modern Germany. Miss Warwick, daughter of Mrs.

Ruth Yaconelli and the late Cmdr. Lou Yaconelli, was reared in a family where the atmosphere was always "a ham one," she said. "Both my mother and father were in motion pictures, and during his years of service with the Navy, father was employed as head of motion picture direction for the Special Weapons group on Sandia Base. When he went out to the West Coast, he always took us along, and we stayed at hotels where famous stars resided, and important producers and stars from New York flew in frequently." Following her graduation from Sandia High School, Miss Warwick continued study of drama begun with Ed Bannen in high school. Last summer she worked with Mike Montel in Hollywood, and will return there in January to 6tudy with him on a journeyman program for which she auditioned.

"WE DID LOTS OF TENNESSEE WILLIAMS works there, and probably my favorite role was that of Catherine in 'Suddenly Last a role I could really get my teeth into, although many other roles were equally demanding," she recalls. Born in the U.S. Naval Hospital at Bethesda, Miss Warwick was reared in California. Unlike many other Navy families, her parents did little around the world travel, for her father's profession was limited to about 10 cities in the United States equipped to handle his motion picture assignments. Even on Sandia Base much of his footage had to be processed on the West Coast.

For a time, Miss Warwick worked with professional motion picture performers in Camino Real, doing understudy roles directed by Milton Katselas, New York director in California for the series. "Harry, Noon and Night" is her first appearance in local theater. Former Sandia High Student Joins Baroque Music Group JUDIO Phone 298-6811 USE YOUR PENNEY CHARGE CARD-NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY WINROCK, 9 'til 9 Other Doyi, 9 'til 6 265-8028 8328 Lomas N.E. DISCUSSING HER DUAL ROLES in the Old Town Studio play, Miss Warwick said "In the first act I must remain unattached, playing a silent role, evoking sex stimulation entirely through body movement. "For instance, I do a sexy dance to the radio's 'Stars and Stripes Forever' almost as a 'strip-tease' number, with my clothes on.

Later in the play I burst forth as an irate German hausfrau, screaming German epithets with vitriolic fervor." A professional model, Miss Warwick is also an instructor in the Albuquerque Yoga Academy, emphasizing its importance in achieving unity within one's self combining the body and soul. CRAWFORD MacCALLUM, directing "Harry, Noon and Night," describes it as "Fantastically good and probably the only play, besides 'Virginia which ever truly shocked me. In the first act there are lots of laughs and it seems but a bawdy comedy. In the second act much of this tone continues, and in the third act the whole bitter humor of the tragedy takes over." With her sights definitely set "on the stais" Miss Warwick projects her emerging talent from the stage of the 50-set theater at 1208 Rio Grande NW, evoking both delight and shock in her characterizations. Art, Theater, Music TODAY Old Town Studio, 1208 Rio Grande NW, "Harry, Noon and Night," by Ronald Ribman, directed by Crawford MaeCallum.

Curtain, 8 p.m. Reservations from box office. Also playing Nov. 7-10. Albuquerque Children's Theater, "Centerville Ghost," directed by Bill Hayden, performances at 1 and 3 p.m.

in Highland High School Theater, 4700 Coal SE. Tickets at the door. MONDAY Arts Chamber Music Series, presenting Concertus Musicus, Vienna, baroque ensemble sponsored by New Mexico Arts Commission and University of New Mexico music department, 8:15 p.m. UNM Recital Hall, tickets at door. TUESDAY Community Concerts, presenting New York Woodwind Quintet, 8:15 p.m.

in University of New Mexico Popejoy Concert Hall. Admission by season ticket membership. Information from Mrs. Walter Lewis, 1733 Bryn Mawr NE, membership chairman. THURSDAY Albuquerque Symphony Orchestra, 8:15 p.m., Popejoy Concert Hall, with Jose Iturbi conducting.

Tickets from box office. FRIDAY Piano recital by Morton Schoenfeld, UNM professor of music, 8:15 p.m., UNM Recital Hall, benefit of scholarship fund. Performing Arts Film Series, presenting Laurence Olivier in 7:30 p.m., Popejoy Concert Hall. Tickets from box office. SATURDAY Friends of Art, "Buck Bohemia," benefit, 6 p.m., IOOF Hall, 314V4 Second NW.

Open to the public. S3 SB 11 E9 POPEJOY HALL CULTURAL PROGRAM COMMITTEE if pi lr3 13 et3 3E3 3 i Proudly Presents The Sensational Robert Joffrey Ballet Company Two Performances -Two Completely Different Programs Many in the audience Monday night will recognize a former Albuqucrquean a oboist with the Concertus Musicus of Vienna, presenting a program of Austrian Broque music and concerti by Bach and Vivaldi, in a program beginning at 8:15 p.m. in the University of New Mexico Recital Hall. Paul Hailperin, a student in Sandia High School five years ago, occupies the chair of Karl Gruber, who is ill. An-nouncement of the ii ET3 father, Dr.

Theodore Hailperin, who teaches at Lehigh University, Bethelehem, was on leave for an assignment on Sandia Base. During subsequent years, young Hailperin summered in Europe, spending the past year at Basil, Switzerland, where he was contacted by the Concertus Musicus for its present concert tour. Members of the ensemble simultaneously hold chairs in the Vienna Symphony. The program is open to the public, with tickets available at the door. substitution was made after printed, so name docs programs were that Hailperin's the concert not appear on program.

Hailperin was In Albuquerque with his parents when his Students to Offer Musical Program fm fi 'H is A group ef students from Charlotte Warren's Studio are presenting a program art songs and operatic arias Nov. 10 at 3 p.m. in First Unitarian Church. 3701 Carlisle NE. The public is invited.

Appearing on the program are Katherine Counsell, Janis Buckingham, Gene Ives, Phil Mead, Duane Dill, Rudolfo Ulibarri, and F. F. (Doc) Barbone. Fri. -Nov.

29, University Scries Night (No Exchanges) OLYMPICS-a ballet for men emphasizing the athletic prowess of the company PAS DE DRESSES-a satirical treatment of rivalry among ballerinas THE GREEN TABLE- a sardonic commentary on diplomacy and war Sat. -Nov. Performance VIVA VIVALDI- one of the most brilliant and exciting of the modern ballets SEA SHADOW- lovely sprite visits a sleeping boy on the beach FANFARITA-new Spanish flavored ballet set to music by Ruperto Chapi CAKE WALK- a joyful dance interpretation of riverboat minstrel shows Excellent choice of seats for itolh performances Available Now at Box Office -Tel 277-321 6.00, 5.50, 1.50, 3.50 em Concerned eltlzMii hav rtr rwponslbllttjr than over for tbla 1 a tumultuou political yoar -rl- onclulmii bout cuidldtfi can eauro thU Country th Ion of th bwt qualified men. We elmuld not forget that a ikilled publla relations firm can train a person to appeal very Intelligent ant extremely Impressive. Beware of being deceived 1 I I The Republican Mayor of New Tortc ti a handaome, Intelligent, aultured peon that ha a wonderful pereonallty and oonnclentloua yet he lackj the know-how of aueoeeaful management of publio af-faire for two monuit I have dally observed the reaultj of hi failure.

On of the reason he won the election wa hi Inslttenco that City Hall had been administered by th Democrat too long that a change wg needed. That I a proof that ometlme a ohang can be a mtotakel I 1 I caat my first vote a a Republican I wa very active In th Party for year It wa Mtrtmely difficult for me to leave a party that all my relative and ninety percent of my friend are keenly interested In but being deadly er1ou about ocJal wrong nd desiring greater opportunity for finer living for the majority of American I cam to th conclusion that the Democratlo Party produce) greater benefit for people of limited means. A iirvey of both partle will prove thatl I I Indeed. War la Wrong Mayb our dally attitude and aotlTn toward other hav been th el that breed war. Indeed, hav given away too much money mayb could hav topped that If we had treated strong demand against it when It began Indeed, tixee art too high may euM hav prevented that If we had bombarded Member of Congres with stern demand for prevention.

Indeed, coping with Inflation Hiayb If th majority of our citizen lacked Job that paid good wage there would not hav keen, any Incentive for business firm to tnorea prices. How many clttten. or organization, mad any constructive effort halt Inflation bfor It becam entrenched? Indeed ertm 1 rampant, but fact prove that our people hav been lncrea-Irg their Intake of Mqiior and dm when peopl develop bad habit they become bad citizen. Bad Citizen can quickly become criminal! I I Don't cheat your llf and your family out of th good things th Democrat! Party ha developed In America merely becauee you dislike of tb polldr and Issue of th party, or disbelieve In one or a few of the candidate. Analyze th whol work of the party be fair be Just! I I am a rtaMve nf Xtlr.neapnlfs ho loves New Mexico.

I know th Humphreys Vic President Humphrey Is a very sincere man he has a great Intellect and la a splendid person his wlf 1 excellent lady they can create a completely new atmosphere in the White House. He can and he will formulate a completely new years of hard work and his Integrity ar only two of the reason he deserve to be elected. VOTE DEMOCRATIC! I Pleas express your opinions send to P.O. Box 4121. Albuquerque, N.

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