Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 1, 1973 · Page 24
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PAGE 24 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N THURSDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1973 Pianist going to Russia PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- . Pianist Susan Starr, 29, has been invited to appear in the Soviet Union for the third time since, placing second in the Tchaikovsky competition in Moscow in 1962. Her tour will include Moscow, Leningrad, Kiev, Lvov and Minsk. She will be featured in nine concerts -- seven recitals and two with orchestra. ' ' After the tour Miss Stair will fly to Korea for a six-day engagement and then perform in' Manila, Singapore and Bangkok. She received a letter from the president of B'rith Sholom asking her not to appear in Russia, because of that country's treatment of Jews. She wrote a reply in which she said that her refusal to go would probably be unheeded in Russia but thather appearance carries with it a niessage of freedom. -- Citiitn Photo by Dan Pavillartf jrSandy Record, assistant, and David Waterman, stage director, check the details. [Gilbert t · « ' . - · . ' ' - Ishunned Sullivan \ Why would anyone in ..to-jay's mod mid-America want to perform an English operetta from the 1880's? , 6 - ' . · · ' ' . ; Well, there are many good reasons, according to Dr. iibuis Brunsting, who has been 3n nearly every Gilbert and ·^ullivan effort mounted here in 4he last 10 years. * ' . . - . · · · ' · ' . . J "Gilbert and Sullivan pro- ;yide a satire on human nature ·that is unchangmg," the doc- ttbr allows, for openers, "The pperettas are musically tune- ?ul and challenging, capable of Acceptable performances by ;talent on a variety of levels. TThey are. a beautiful wedding frf words to music and they ·Jiave many leads, with a ^chance for a striving per- Jormer to work his .way up 'from- the chorus to a minor ;iead and then to a principal "role. (Brunsting started as ·Sam in "The Pirates of Pen- iwnce"). ^Brunsting, who plays the ,tole of Ko-Ko in the upcoming ·production of "The Mikado," notes that the theater in England was pretty bawdy before Sir William Schwenck Gilbert ind Sir Arthur Sullivan joined in-an attempt to upgrade it in ttie early 1870's. * - . It'.'They didn't speak to each other a lot of the time." Brunsting says. "Gilbert was jealous because Sullivan received so much attention. He was knighted 25 years before Gilbert was. ;; "And they had a big hassle once over carpeting for a new theater, a quarrel that nearly ended their collaboration. I "During this time, Sullivan had kidney stones, the most painful thing there is besides childbirth," says Brunsting. -History has taught Brunsting a few lessons about GS audiences: "Thursday, it's opening night and the critics are there. We're all up tight -you stumble through. :'."Friday, it's generally a quiet house. People who really like Gilbert and Sullivan are there. They appreciate everything. : "Saturday, I like because of the matineee. Kids have been prepped at school to know what the story is about, but they miss good lines, laugh like the Three Stooges at others. ·"Saturday night? Everybody's blotto, and they laugh al'everything." -- Dan Pavillard KIVA 907 f. Urn*. Blvd. 623-1851 1 Nock West of Main Univ. Git« * Gifts From The Southwest * Indian Handmade Sterling Silver Jewelry * Squa* Boots Moccasins by Lake Church * Navajo Rugs Old You Ever Mtki THE RING TEST During Thit Time-of-the-month? Does your ring slip off your finger ·aiily~or does it hopelessly K«t ·tuck b«Iow your knuckle during tht d*y» o! th« pre-m«istru»l »nd men- ·tiunl period? It may till whether you ir« retaining fluid in tht tyt- ttra-body-hloating wattr that o[t«n buildi up du« to ovcrtiredness, itrem durlnr the menstrual iUges. Amaz- inf ntv X-PEL "W«»r Piil«"~« fftntli diuretic-helps you lo«e ··. much ii 6 pounds of thil Wfttei- weifht f«in, and helps to relieve body-bloating puffineu when body- water retention 'V-«lIa" your waiat, t h i f h * , tumm.,, l«tt», arm. ·tay «i «lim as you are. Aak for X-PEL "WATER PILLS" on our fnarante* of mtiifuction or . non«y btdr. G*tK .O * *»*iy»t THE KIMBALLS ARE HERE!! PIANOS-ORGAN NOW IN TUCSON SEE THEM · HEAR THEM · PLAY THEM! SPINETS -- CONSOLES -- GRAND PIANOS ORGAN THE MOST IEAUTIFUL OR6AN IN THE WORLD - IN ALL MODELS AND ALL SIZES SPELTZ MUSIC 4221 EAST SPEEDWAY - 111 4172 ·- Optft 9-5 Fri. til 9 un. SAVE '200 to S 500 «, *··«»* OPEN SUNDAY 12 to 5 A DIVISION OF THOMASVILLE FURNITURE INDUSTRIES ' · ·"· Night Stand, Vertical Mirror, King Headboard, and Armoire. All In Stock and 40% Off 5719 E. BROADWAY 885-3430 or 885-61 Magnificent) Richly Embellished Moorish inspiration in Warm-tone Oak Veneers Out of the past and into today comes Barroco, o bedroom of extraordinary splendor. From the ornate drawer fronts 'and corner - i posts to the lavish pediments and massive .bases, you'll note the expert blend of flamboyant high-baroque and fiery Moorish detail- ( ing. 74" triple dresser with twin mirrors, regular or Queen size « headboard - ' Reg. $495.00 HOURS: Daily 9 to 6 Mon. Fri. 9 to 9; Sun. 12 to 5

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