The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 25, 1996 · Page 32
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 32

Salina, Kansas
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Friday, October 25, 1996
Page 32
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1996 encore! THE SAUNA JOURNAL KELLY PRESNELL / The Salina Journal Members of the Smoky Valley Sweet Adelines rehearse for their show Nov. 3. SWEET HARMONY Sweet Adelines to recapture 'Fabulous Forties' at annual show The Smoky Valley Chapter Sweet Adelines will perform "The Fabulous Forties" Nov. 3 at Heritage Hall in the Bicentennial Center. Performances are at 2 and 7 p.m. The Salina Sunflower Men's Chorus will appear with the Smoky Valley Chorus, directed by Donna Sherwood, and chapter quartet Fusion. The guest quartet will be Acapella, a men's quartet from Omaha, Neb. Acapella, formed in February, serves barbershop harmony from four men who had sung in other quartets. They are: • Bryan Nelson, who sings bass. He also sings with the Fremont Pathfinder Chorus. • Dave House, who sings baritone. He directs the Omaha Heartland Harmonizers Chorus. • Jeff Lewis, lead singer. He sings in a gospel quartet and in Omaha and Fremont choruses. • Micah Jeppesen, who sings tenor. He sings in the Omaha and Fremont choruses. Shepherd's Gate Boys Home, 2364 W. Pleasant Hill Road, will receive proceeds from the performances for use in a scholarship fund. Shepherd's Gate, founded in 1992, provides a family-style home for displaced boys. Tickets cost $5 in advance and $6 at the door. Children 12 and younger are admitted free if accompanied by an adult. Tickets may be purchased from Sweet Adelines members, or call 913-827-0152, 913-827-9859 or 913-823-2509. Acapella, a group from Omaha, Neb., will perform at the show. BRIEFLY Art auction to benefit Salina Art Center The work of 49 artists from throughout the state, Denver and Oklahoma will be auctioned to benefit the Salina Art Center at the "Bongo Beat Bistro" at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 8 at the art center, 242 S. Santa Fe. A major annual fund raiser for the art center, the sale.was previously a part of the "Rave Reviews." Because it has become a strong and important event on its own merit, the art auction is separate from the "Rave Review" fund-raising parties this year. The evening will begin with a social hour and cocktails, followed by gourmet food. The live auction will follow dinner, and bids will be taken on the silent auction pieces until the close of the evening. Those unable to attend may leave sealed bids for the silent auction items. The price is $25 for each person. Call 827-1431 for reservations. Bethany to stage two farces next week LINDSBORG — Bethany Col- lege opens its fall theater season Thursday, Nov. 1 and Nov. 2 with a double bill of two farces: "The Primary English Class" by Israel Horovitz and "Black Comedy" by Peter Shaffer. Performances are at 7:30 p.m. each evening in Burnett Center on the Bethany campus. Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for students. Both plays contain adult situations and mild profanity and would be rated "PG" in a theater, noted Director Norm Schroder, Bethany College assistant professor of theater. Humorous folk singers to perform in concert CONCORDIA — The Madison, Wis., duo Lou and Peter Berryman, who combine folk with musical comedy, will open the 10th annual Brown Grand Artist Series. The series will begin at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Brown Grand Theatre in Concordia. The Berrymans sing and accompany themselves on 12-string guitar. The duo has been featured on National Public Radio and in concert and festival stages throughout the country for 15 years. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for youths 12 and under and will be available at the door or by calling 243-2553. From Staff Reports LAS DOS AMIGAS Mexican & American Food 1842 N. 9th St. LOCATED IN THE MID AMERICA INN RESTAURANT Come Enjoy Steaks & More! Friday & Saturday Evenings K.C. Strip • Prime Rib • T-Bone Fillet • Rocky Mountain Oysters • Catfish • Menudo Beef & Cheese Enchiladas • Chilie Rellenos Beef/Chicken/Cheese DICKINSON THEATRES RE-ELECT Deena HORST State Representative 69th District Play / After long absence, teacher returns to stage FROM PAGE D1 "They talked with us about the things we should and shouldn't do," Anderson said. For example, the cast learned that it is preferable to say that someone has mental retardation than to call someone mentally retarded. .The cast also attended the department's special population programs monthly dance. "We learned a lot," Jebsen said. This will be the fourth play Jebsen has directed for the theater. "It's different than anything I've directed," Jebsen said. But it was a show he wanted to do. "It's one of my favorites," Jebsen said. "When I came to Salina and saw the facility, I knew I wanted to direct it here." Anderson was a little concerned about being in a play he had once TVc 'Debwi Arts and Entertainment News c^ Salina Journal directed. "I thought I'd have more trouble," Anderson said. "But Tim is a good director. His interpretation is a bit different than mine, but there has been enough time between the two productions." The show will be Anderson's return to the stage after a 13-year absence. "I have not acted on stage since college, and then it was not that much," said the graduate of Kansas Wesleyan University. He expects some of his students will be in the audience, but regardless of their reviews, Anderson says the experience has been good. "I've learned a lot," he said. Original Creations by Sandy Fee & Karen Russell OPEN HOUSE Fall & Christmas Decorations Antiques • Candles • Tin Candle Holders • Cabinets • & More! 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