Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 3, 1973 · Page 54
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 54

Tucson, Arizona
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Saturday, February 3, 1973
Page 54
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^League Sun. Feb. 11 8 P. M. Tucson Community Center Music Hall Songs by 6eR3e HAR*!SOM. "Go and enjoy this one. It has no message - other perhaps thin that the theatre lives and renews itself. Great, unequiocilly g r e a t . . . The first really modern staging since Marat/Side." - CLIVE BARNES, NEW Y O R K TIMES " 'Story Theatre' is more .than circus. It's lovable, skybotind and evanescent as a large balloon." r - JOHN SIMON, N.Y. MAGAZINE ."These guys are fantastically funny as they enact the story of Hanny Penny or the Golden Goose, filling the stage with a cackling, barking, cawing, braying, mewing, prancing, mincing, galloping, even natating menagerie that illustrates every hypocrisy and lust of sentient creatures from lechery to cosmic power mania . . . 'Story Theatre is a lot of fun -a miracle from Broadway, with a superb group of comic actors." JACK K R O L L , NEWSWEEK " 'Story Theatre is giddy and fast, sportive, gentle, wily and easy to take." - W A L T E R KERR, N.Y. TIMES ·" 'Story Theatre' is a hilarious allegorical romp." - T . E . K A L E M , TIME MAG. "Beyond its technical excellence and its imaginitiveness, 'Story Theatre' succeeds because it also sustains as understated awareness that the world into which we are so joyously being reborn can be terrifying." - H E N R Y HEWES, S A T U R D A Y R E V I E W "Total entertainment . . . Hilarious ...guaranteed to convulse you." - N E W S D A Y Tickets Now On Sale! $7.00 $6. 50- $5 CaNorVWt Tucson Community COTMT Box Offfe** Downtown and El Con OfffeM Phono 791 -4M6 or DM-A-Tfckot 882-8626 or Lo**u« OfffeM 326-3071 FAMOUS MOVIE Li AND STUDIO RIDE OUR ANTIQUE MERRY-GO-ROUND QUNFIOBT2 ALAMO MUSEUM WESTERN EMPORIUM Ihnllinf Rides · Delidout FdoO Hi^tont3l Museums O P E N E V £ B Y D A Y ' -of- ^ sis more more late night menu to select from Now you can order dinner after 9 from our special late night menu. And we serve till midnight. Come to Vito's after the show for a dinner and cocktails. PHIL 1 For reservations: 298-6241 * 5632 E. Speedway «OWNTO · NEW Deluxe · ...-..:..'/i pound chopped beefsteak CatvaMtlovers SwRBwtlC .. i .' i am2£r s ±u*^-,~ v^V:*a. 8 Convenient Locations in Tucson tions-jQ ^f^^ Ray Whitaker's MUSICADE LOUNGE Proudly Direct Presents APPEARING NIGHTLY WITH RAY WHITAKER AND CARL MANOR MOM. THRU SAT. ALL STAR JAM SESSION EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT sFEATURING THE JOHN HOWE QUARTET LIVE ENTERTAINMENT 7 NIGHTS A WEEK FOMMtftLY THE ·EACHCOMEK 6951 E. 22nd STREET THE TUCSON BOYS CHORUS presents VIENNA CHOIR BOYS ONLY ARIZONA APPEARANCE. COMMUNITY CENTER MUSIC HALL Tuesday, Feb. 6 -- 8 P.M. $5.75 -- $4.75 -- $3.75 TICKETS AVAILABLE AT CommuniSy Center Box Offices, Levy's El Con and Tucson Boys Chorus Office iReservations Info. 296-6277 or Dial-A-Ticket 882-86261

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