The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 18, 1996 · Page 26
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 26

Salina, Kansas
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Friday, October 18, 1996
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P2 FRIDAY. OCTOBER 18, 1996 encorel THE SALINA JOURNAL S HOT 1 1 2 2 3 4 4 3 6 5 6 6 1 7 B 8 fl 10 - 1 2 3 7 4 9 6 4 66 t — 8 9 3 10 10 • Source: FICTION BEST SELLERS D**f*r*tK>n, Stephen King Tha tabulators, Richard Bachman th* Mop End of th« Ocean, Jacquelyn Mitchard Executive Order*, Tom Clancy Jack and Jill, James Patterson To thaHIK, Dick Francis The Cete»tlne Prophecy, James Redfield Legend, Jude Deveraux The Law of Lave, Laura Esqutvel Palling Up, She) Silversteln NONFICTION BEST SELLERS The Dflbert Principle, Scott Adams The Dun of Hie Life, Jeffrey Toobin How Good Do We Have To Be?, Harold S. Kushner Angela's Ashes, Frank McCourt Slouching Towards Gomorrah, Robert K. Bork Jamea Harriot's Favorite Dog Stories, James Harriot Love Lucy, Lucille Ball with Betty Hannarr Hoffman The Sea Hunters, Clive Cussler and Craig Dirgo Unlimited Access, Gary Aldrlch Midnight In the Garden of Good and Evil, John Berendt JJm New York Tlmea/Wtek at Oct. 13-13. NEW BOOKS AT THE SALINA LIBRARY Before Wbnien Had Wlnga, Connie Fowler Legend, Jude Deveraux The List Thing He Wanted, Joan Didion Dirt, Stuart Woods The Dark Side of the Game, Tim Green Movies JEsViffi.lPP GROSSING FILMS 1 .- The Ghost and the Darkness ............ $9.2 JJ 3 1 The First Wives Club .............. :...$9.1 3 -- -The Long Kiss Goodnight .............. $9.0 "4 < - . The Chamber ............. ........... $5.6 ',$••3 That Thing You Do ____ . ____ .......... $4.9 ,.;8 - 4 . D3: The Mighty Ducks ................. $4.2 ,7 ~-2 The Glimmer Man .......... . .......... $4.1 8 5 Extreme Measures .......... . ......... $1.6 * 9 8 -Fly Away Home ............ ..... ...... $1.6 10 9 Independence Day .......... ; ____ ...... $1.3 11-13. $9.2 $72.1 $9.0 $5.6 $12.7 $11.3 $14.2 $15.7 $17.9 $297.4 JS ^ TOP RENTAL FILMS 1 1 The Birdcage • .', 2 2 The Truth About Cats and Dogs 3 4 Up Close and Personal 4 3 .Executive Decision 5 — Twister ' ' 6 5 From Dusk Til! Dawn 7 8 The Quest 8 - Before and After 9 7 Mulholland Falls 10 - Fargo • Source: Blllxianl magazine/Week of Oct. 13-19. VIDEOS AT THE SALINA PUBLIC LIBRARY Rob ^oy A.GIrl's World Andre, the Seal * . The Blue Angela Gymnastics: Let'e Get Started , . WEEK 1 2 a 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 wra 1 3 4 2 5 6 7 — 9 - TOP POP SINGLES Macarena (Bayslde Boys Mix), Los Del Rio It's All Coming Back To Me Now, Celine. Dion No Dlggtty, Blackstreet •;• 1 Love You Always Forever, Donna Lewis .Where Do You Go, No Mercy Twisted, Keith Sweat . Change the World, Eric Clapton This Is for the Lover In You, Babyface Last Night, Az Yet Mouth, Merril Bainbridge -Jffi TOP POP ALBUMS 3 Falling Into You, Celine Dion 4 The Moment, Kenny G Antichrist Superstar, Marilyn Manson From the Muddy Banks of the Wlshkah, Nirvana Blue, LeAnn Rimes Jagged Uttle PHI, Alanis Morissette Tragic Kingdom, No Doubt Home Again, New Edition Ketth Sweat, Keith Sweat Set It Off, Soundtrack .1 ** '2 3 -.4 ' S 9 .7'"8 9 1? :« '$oure»: Billboard magazine/Week ofOO.e-12. THIS .WEEK ,1 2 3 ' 4'' LAST WEEK 1 3 5 2 10 . 7 4- »o 11 , 13 . e 7* -14,. 18 THERQCK'STOP20 What's Up With That, Z.Z Top Slow Burn, Doobie Brothers Test For Echo, Rush If tt Makes You Happy, Sheryl Crow To The Bone, Kinks Blackberry, Black Crowes Charlie Brown's Parents, Dishwalla Qyer Now (Unplugged), Alice in Chains Who Will Save Your Soul, Jewel Walls, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers What I Got, Sublime Free, Phlsh Message of Love, Journey Vevoom: Ted the Mechanic, Deep Purple Balance, Big Fat Love He Liked to Feel tt, Crash Test Dummies Who You Are, Pearl Jam Bound To ie Forgiven, Sundogs Jesse Johnson ' Seen Mary, Sponge ftjjfyiStil* Sfittf* txwxt on local requests and national airplay. ef OMNTRY HOT ao e Cheyenne, George Strait Should Just Sleep On It, Tim McGraw wine, Deana Carter » Lojifc Patty Uveless YtHi JMMWB Behind, David lee>Murphy Vloalta, Sarpmy Kerahaw ({ Lied), Tristo* Yearwood * Poor, Poor Pitiful Me, Terri Clark ,Vinceam _ _ Get Qrejted Up For Nothing, Brooks & Dunn the Shovel, Clay Walker Theater 'Daniel Rocket' to be performed at Central "The Rise and Rise of Daniel Rocket," a play about a beleaguered young man who soars to fame and fortune because of his ability to fly, is being staged at Salina Central High School. The play, which opened Thursday, will be performed at 7:30 p.m. today and Saturday. It was written by Peter Parnell in 1984. Tickets can be purchased at the box office and are $4 for adults and $3 for students. Children under 6 are admitted free. The play is told in two parts. The first act deals with-the 12- year-old children who teases Daniel Rocket because he is different, although the children don't know Daniel can fly. The second act is 20 years later, when a now-famous Daniel returns to the town and finds a void in his life: The woman who Daniel had fallen in love with has married another man. "The play deals with those who have special abilities sometimes feel like they have a void in their life," said Brad McDonald, drama instructor at Central. Daniel Rocket is played by Scott Eilrich, and Alice, Daniel's love interest, is played by Jennifer Collette. The children are • played by Stacy Ha, Garrett Gottschalk, Michael Parker, Amy Blevins, Aaron' Klostermeyer and Erica Curies. The teacher, Mrs. Rice, is played by Jennifer Favre. Tickets for 'Boys Next Door' to go on sale The box office for Salina Community Theatre's production "The Boys Next Door" will open Oct. 28. The box office, located in the theater at 303 E. Iron, will be open from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9:30 a.m. to noon Saturdays. The show will be performed Nov. 1-10 and includes two Sunday matinees. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students and can be ordered by calling 827-3033. Cast announced for The Nutcracker' The cast has been announced for Salina Community Theatre's production of "The Nutcracker." The announcement was made by Deb Wall, eduction director at the theater. The play, to be performed Dec. 10-15, has been adapted from the original fairy tale and will feature dance interludes with music from Tchaikovsky's "The Nutcracker Suite." The cast includes Jed Anslover as Mickey, Cindy Bieker as Aunt Harriet/Snow Queen, Rachel Bieker as Rose, Jeff Boaz as Frank, Clinton Clark as Krakatuk, Joel Dority as the Prince/Ned, Hayley Grosser as Tea, Amy Mattson as Clara. Penny Mattson as Mother/Sugar Plum Fairy, Charles Morrison as Grandfather Dross, Paul Myers as Owl Clock, Dinah Olson as Daisy, Bob Sears as Mouse King, Erin Yosai as Bon Bon and John Yosai as Father. Also included are Brittany Arp- T THEATER Art a la Carte Don Wagner writes, sings and plays western and bluegrass songs, Bennington resident to perform Don Wagner, who writes, sings and plays western and bluegrass songs, will be the featured performer for today's Art a la Carte show. The performance is at 12:20 p.m. today in Campbell Plaza, which is in the 100 block of South Santa Fe. • In case of bad weather, the performance will be moved to the lobby of Memorial Hall. . Wagner also writes "Kansas" poetry, including some humorous cowboy poet 1 ry. A Bennington resident, he , has recorded an album titled "Prairie Windsongs." Art a la Carte is presented by the Salina Arts and Humanities. ke, Chelsea Arpke, Sarah Ascher, Robyn Grosser, Deidre Hays, Vanessa Kidd; Alida Kindler, Anne Martin, Rachel Olson, Miles Weathers, Mollie Weathers and Rachel Wedel. The dance interludes will feature dancers from Peggy Simms'and Vivette's dance studios. Anyone interested in helping with the production crew can call 8276126. No experience is necessary. Tickets are on sale for Great Plains play ABILENE — The Great Plains. Theatre Festival will present "My Sister In This House" Oct. 25-Nov. 3. The award-winning play by Wendy Kesselmen is based on a true 1930s French murder case. The New York Times wrote that . the play was, "A subtle almost / tender study of four lonely women whose strange and complex relationship ends in murder." Tickets are $11 to $15, depending on the date you choose to attend. A meet-the-cast reception is planned opening night. Tickets may be obtained through the theater box office in Abilene or by calling (913) 2634574. Miscellaneous Lawrence group to play at coffeehouse LINDSBORG — The Lawrence- based group Talisman will perform at 9 p.m. today at the Coffeehouse pf Lindsborg. Talisman plays a variety of Celtic, folk and original music featuring the hammered dulcimer, silver and wooden flutes, penny whistles, guitars and vocals. The group has performed at the Kansas State Fiddling & Picking Championships, the Kansas City Renaissance Festival, the Kansas City Scottish Highland Games and the Johnson County Community College Blooms Day Festival. Recordings include "Phoenix," "Eclectic Celtic," and "Dragon Dreams." Mansion to be site of masquerade party ABILENE — The Seelye Mansion will be transformed into a haunted French manor as the Great Plains Theatre Festival acts as host to its second annual Benefit Masquerade Ball beginning at 8 p.m. Oct. 26. Guests are encouraged to come in costume, and masks will be available at the door. The evening includes a buffet, music by the Encore Jazz Trio, readings from gypsy fortuneteller "Madama Abilena," photographs by "Mr. Bones" and the cast of Great Plains' current production "My Sister in This House." Prizes will be given for best costume from the movies, Broadway, literature, television and history. Cost is $35 for each person with a costume, $40 for each person with no costume. Space is limited. Tickets must be paid for and picked up by Sunday. To reserve tickets and for further information, call 263-4574. Program planned on safari pioneers A program about the adventurous life stories of two safari pioneers is planned for 2 p.m. Oct. 27 at the Salina Art Center, 242 S. Santa Fe. The program centers on Osa and Martin Johnson, two native Kansans in the early 1900s who were photographers, explorers, naturalists and authors. A presentation on the two explorers' lives will be given by Jacqueline Borgeson, curator of education at the Johnson Safari Museum in Chanute. A tour of the exhibit "Of Matter and Spirit" is also planned at the art center. The event is co-sponsored by the art center and the Lakewood Discovery Center. To preregister, call the discovery center at 826-7335. Arts and Crafts Fair to feature varied items BELOIT — The annual Delphian Arts and Crafts Fair is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 26 at the Municipal Building. Featured will be area craftsmen with varied projects of wood, country calico, crochet, wheat weaving and dried flowers. Lunch with homemade pies will be served. From Staff Reports South High to present Neil Simon comedy Salina South High School's Theater Department will present Neil Simon's comedy "Rumors" at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 24, 25 and 26 in South's Little Theatre. The play takes place in the townhouse of a deputy mayor of New York City. He and his wife have invited four couples to their fancy suburban home to celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary. When the first couple arrives, they find the hostess gone and the host lying upstairs with a superficial bullet wound. They try to hide what they fear is a scandal from the second couple, who try to hide it from the third, and so on, until nobody can remember who has been told what about whom. Cast members include Molly Chamoff, Matt Gerry, Jana Nichol, John Henningsen, Michelle Vignery, Shaun Morrell, Kati Paprota, Jeremy McWilliams, Jeremy Spencer and Laura Halderman. The production is directed by Kate Lindsay, with Joel Beets and Lindsay Meyer as stage managers. Set design is by John Henningsen and lighting design by Michelle Vignery. Crew chiefs include McWilliams, Beets, Alexis Jones, Amy Williams, Jason Peterson, Kari Good, Andi McCall, Anne Hobson, Kat Wighs, Paprota, Leslie Ahlvers, Andrea Ring, Deidre Hays, Star Black, Hayley Grosser, Chamoff and Nichol. Tickets are $4 for adults, $3 for students and senior citizens and $2 for South High students with activity tickets. Call 826-4766 for ticket reservations. The theater department is asking for canned food donations. Donors can win free tickets to South's production of "Grease." "Salina Store Only 'Prices good through October 24th,1996. Taking Christmas Oiders! f 40% off Custom Frames Stocking Staffers ON SALE NOW • Framed Prints • Prints . • Ready made frames • MUCH MORE Hurry in today Sale Ends Oct. 26,1996 Mon.-Frl. 9:30-5:30 Thurs. till 8 pm Sat. 10-3 1S6-A S. Santa Fe, Downtown Salina Quitters Guild "For The Love Of Quilts" 161(1 Annual Quilt Show Saturday, October 26,10 am - 5 pm Luncheon & Fashion Show at Noon (Luncheon Registration due by October 21st) Mini Quilt Auction 2 pm * Merchants Mall Both Days $3.00 General Admission (quilt show only) $12.00 Luncheon, Fashion Show, Auction & Gen. Adm. Additional Information: 825-5963 or 827-4289 All evenu will be held at the Bicentennial Center in Salina, KS

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