The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 27, 1986 · Page 16
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Entertainment The Salina Journal Monday, January 27,1986 Page 16 'Pinocchio' cast named at Marymount Marquee The cast for the Marymount College children's theatre production of "Pinocchio," the Emmy Award-winning musical, has been announced by the director, Dennis Denning. It will be presented Feb. 19-23 in the Fine Arts Theatre. Cast in the role of Pinocchio is Kelli Duskie. Dan Cummings will play Geppeto, the carpenter who creates the puppet, and Jean Lundy will portray Antonia, the narrator. The supporting cast includes Diann Colbert as Angelina, Toby Bruna as the balloon seller, Jerry Ricke as the organ grinder and juggler, Lori Bussen as the pizza maker and toy doll, Lisa Riley as Candlewick, Mary Smreker as Gino, Yvonne Brin as the blue fairy, John Paulsen as the coachman, Steve Duskie as Volpone the fox, Ann Lauck as Gatto the cat, Deborah Nossamann as jack in the box, Kendra Jensen as the clown, Tom Kane as the soldier, Susan McClure as the toy doll, Peggy Simms and Sherry Nickell as the ballerinas, and Marianne Mclntosh, Darsie Beffort and Andrea Armstrong, all dancers in Simms' dance classes, as the toy soldiers and dolls. Brin also is the stage manager and Simms is the choreographer. Susan Will is the piano accompanist, assisted by Jackie Ortez. Lauck is vocal assistant. Scenery will be designed by Steve McCurley, Marymount technical director. "Pinocchio" is based on the classic Italian story of a puppet that comes to life and has a comic problem of a nose that grows when he tells a lie. A number of dances and songs are featured. All performances are at 2 p.m. Those on Feb. 19, 20 and 21 are sold out, but tickets remain for the Feb. 22 and 23 shows. All tickets are $1.50. Call the box office at 825-9898 or 825-2101, ext. 202, for ticket information. The box office opens for individual ticket sales Feb. 10. Hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily, except Sundays. Briefly K-State Singers to be at Oberlin OBERLIN — The K-State Singers will present a concert at 8 p.m. Thursday in the high school auditorium at Oberlin. The Decatur County Area Chamber of Commerce, sponsor of the concert, will have its annual banquet and meeting proceeding the event. The concert is open to the public with tickets at $4 available at the door. Area students will be admitted free, courtesy of the Decatur County Wildcat Booster Club. The club also will be host for a reception immediately following the concert at which those attending can meet members of the Singers. The Singers feature jazz, rock and folk music along with audience favorites from Broadway shows. Artists' open house set at Hays HAYS — The Stone Foundation at Hays will display works by a number of artists during an open house from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday. Among the artists are Bruce Burkholder, paintings and photographs; Omer Knoll, sculpture; Lynda Leonard, ceramics and jewelry; Jim Pruner, paintings and sculpture; Lawrence Reynolds, sculpture, and John Stoss, paintings. The "Continental Sculpture Hall," a collection of stone carvings by the late Inez Marshall of Portis, also is available for viewing during the day, or by appointment by calling 625-0082. Bob Hope, always active at 82, co-stars tonight in first TV film PRIME-TIMER SHOW (*) $9 25 SEN. CITIZENS ANYTIME 6 GOLDEN GLOBE NOMINATIONS ROBERT MERYL REDFORD STREEP Our OF AFRICA THE MAN OF YOUR DREAMS IS BACK! ON ELM STREET 2f FREDDY'S REVENGE fl CHORUS LIN€ ENDSTHURS. TROLL Cfc15)tl5 SHELLEY HACK PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (AP) Like platoons of sentinels, windmills line the highway into this booming desert resort, a second home to many celebrities and millionaires. A palm-lined avenue then leads out to the foothills of the San Jacinto Mountains. Atop one crag is a dome- shaped home that looks like a flying saucer roosting among the rocks. There lives Bob Hope, probably Palm Springs' most famous part- time resident. Hope, who will be 83 on May 29, is constantly on the move, performing all over the country. His NBC special, "Bob Hope's All-Star Super Bowl Party," was broadcast Saturday. His first TV movie and his first movie of any kind in 13 year's, "A Masterpiece of Murder," will be broadcast by NBC tonight. Hope is an avid sports fan. "I play golf 200 days a year," he estimated. "If I don't play a full round, I'll play nine holes or practice." He has done a half-dozen other football-oriented specials and once owned a piece of the Los Angeles Rams. "I should own the Rams," he said, "but I was too busy to pick them up. I could have had the team for around $12 million. Now the team's worth $80 million. I still own a piece of the Cleveland Indians baseball team, but we don't mention that." The TV movie was originally scheduled to co-star Hope and Fred Astaire, but Astaire had another commitment. Don Ameche had just finished "Cocoon" and stepped into the role. The comedy caper is about two over-the-hill men who team up to solve a series of art thefts and murders. Hope is a down-on-his-luck detective and unsuccessful horse player reminiscent of his role in "Sorrowful Jones." Ameche is a retired master thief. Hope's home is built under an en- If you care whether America lives or dies... WATCH: YOU'RE TOO YOUNG TO DIE. .*/<' - v Sure, its easy to ignore our nation's problems. But as a famous historian once said, "The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing? Today, our country is facing a crisis. America: You're Too Young To Die is a special presentation about our future, the hope of our children and the destiny of our country. It shows how you can make a difference in returning America to the values that made this nation great. AMERICA: YOU'RE TOO YOUNG TO DIE. Tuesday at 7:00 pm. KWCH Ch. 12 Presented as a public service by The Arthur S. DeMoss Foundation. Publishers of "Power for Living'.' Salina movies A Chorus Line: The Movie — Mid- State Cinema, Rated PG-13 A Nightmare on Elm Street-2 — Vogue, Rated R My Chauffeur — Sunset Plaza Cinema, Rated R Out of Africa — Sunset Plaza Cinema, Rated PG Runaway Train — Fox Theater, Rated R Troll — Mid-State Cinema, Rated PG-13 TV movies, specials 7 p.m. — American Music Awards, ABC, Salina Cable Channels 9 and 10 Diana Ross is host for the 13th annual awards ceremony honoring winners in 27 categories of pop, soul and country music. 8 p.m. — Breaking Away, Salina Cable Channel 7 Dennis Christopher, Paul Dooley (1979). A bicycle enthusiast in a small college town spends his post- high school summer trying to sort out his plans for the future while training for the two biggest races of his life. Bob Hope (left) and Don Ameche in a scene from "A Masterpiece of Murder." ormous concrete dome with a circle cut out of the center. It provides cover for 25,000 square feet of living space and open areas for the patio, an outdoor pool and an indoor pool and whirlpool. Downstairs are guest rooms, a living room, a billiards room, the indoor pool, a chapel and utility rooms. Upstairs are the kitchen, dining room, another living room, more guest rooms, Hope's office and bedrooms for Hope and his wife, Dolores. Each bedroom, bath and walk-in closet could swallow a tract house. BANANA SPLIT SPECIAL 96* Vjth & Kirwin 825-9478, 2-NIGHT MOVIE RENTAL Rent A Movie Today Keep It Tonight! Keep It Tomorrow Night! 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