.Â» UKEELEY (felo.) TRIBUNE Hun., Feb. M, Wl Show's 'Heartbreak House' opens By WILLIAM D. MAGNES WASHINGTON (UPD-For all the gleaming Shavian wit and the delightful, innovative twists of relationships among characters, there is a remarkable Chekhovian feeling to George Bernard Shaw's "Heartbreak House" in its counterpoint of static decadence and brilliant polemics. In a production that opened at Washington's Arena Stage Feb. 11, the ambiance of an English country house and the machinations of its occupants were beautifully captured in many ways -- in the period costumes by Marjorie Slaiman, the lighting by William Mintzer, and the simple and effective sets by Santo Loquasto. The play was crisply directed by John Pasquin with an ease of interaction among the players working in the round. The acting varied, the best being Barbara Caruso as Lady Utterword, Jeffrey Jones as her husband, Randall, and Jack Ryland as Hector Hushabye. On balance, there was an absence of the bittersweet poignancy that can be "Heartbreak House" in Arena's offering. Dick Van Dyke signed with NBC-TV for a weekly variety series next fall. Garden Kitchen Restaurant and Lounge Resumes Dancing on Friday and Saturday Nights with TABERNASH A Country and Western Group Get your friends together. Have dinner at the Garden Kitchen and stay for an evening of f u n . . . Reservations accepted. 353-5544 East side of Grteley, Rt. 34 and 85 By-Pass One-man airbrush art show at UNC By UNC NEWS SERVICE A one-man art show with much of the work done with airbrush, opened Tuesday at the University of Northern Colorado. The exhibit is in the Mariani Gallery in Guggenheim Hall on the central campus. The gallery is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Sunday's from 2-4 p.m. The Â· exhibit features the masters degree thesis of Tom Miller, a graduate student now residing in Greeley. Miller's exhibit consists of paintings, prints, and drawings and some free sculpture. The sculpture is from Miller's outdoor artistic endeavor of last fall in which he surveyed and staked out the location of long- gone Cranford Hall on the central campus. The "random distribution sculpture" utilizes left over materials from that event. All of Miller's drawings are done over a spray paint base. His paintings are done with an air brush and enamel paint. He classes his efforts as "conservative contemporary." "1 tend to grid things up and write on things. I do what I consider a kind of visual poetry because the writing is obviously handwriting script, but it's illegible, so you have to view it rather than read it," Miller said. 'Romeo, Juliet' slated Students at Greeley Central High School rehearse for their production of Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" to be presented at 2 p.m. March 4 and 8 p.m. March 5 in the Central Auditorium. The production, under direction of Jim DeMer- sseman, is one of three Shakespeare dramas to be presented during a "Shakespearado" March 3, 4, and 5 at Central. Central, University High School, and University of Northern Colorado are involved; University High students will perform "Taming of the Shrew" and UNC students will perform "Julius Ceasar" -- all on a full-scale replica of the Globe Theater, where Shakespeare productions played in Elizabethan London. (Tribune photo by Ron Stewart) THE CABLES END INVITES YOU TO TRY OUR DELICIOUS PIZZA AND ITALIAN FOOD OPEN EVERY DAY 4:30 to 11:30 1105 26th Ave. Carry Out Delivery BROWNBAGGER LUNCH MEAT AND CHEESE SPECIALS At "THE DELI" Bologna, Save 25c Ib 1/2 Ib. 57* Cooked Salami, Save 35c Ib Vj Ib. 87* Spiced Luncheon, Save 20c Ib Ib. S 1 ^' P P Loaf, Save 30c Ib i/ 2 Ib. 83 C Cheese 'N Onion, Save 40c Ib. ... '/i Ib. S 1 1 ' PLUS Fabulous Things to Eat LUNCHES Â· DINNERS . 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OPEN EVERY DAY 7A.M. to 7P.M. i I By WALTKK GUNDKKSON UNC Music Writer The University Symphony Orchestra of the University of Northern Colorado will play its third concert of the season at H:15 p.m. Tuesday, March 2, at UNC : s Foundation Hail of Music. The orchestra, under the baton of Dr. Howard Skinner, will perform the firsl movement of Beethoven's "Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 1 in C Major, op. 15," the "Trombone Concerto" by Henri Tomasi, and "Symphony No. 7 in; C Major" by Franz Schubert. Featured soloists for the concert will be Rich Louchard and Dale Warren, winners of the recent concerto competition at UNC. Ixwchard, a junior piano major of Escondido, Calif., and winner of the undergraduate division of the concerto contest, will play the j a u n t y and energetic first movement of Beethoven's "First Concerto." Warren, winner of the graduate division, is a trombone major of Wilmington, Del. He will play a three-movement contemporary concerto by Tomasi with movements titled "Andante et scherzo," "Nocturne," and "Finale- Tambourin." APPOINTMENT WASHINGTON (UPD David Young, presidenl-electof the American Community Theatre Association, has been appointed producing director of the American College Theater Festival at the Kennedy Center. Young will be responsible for the organi/fltinn of 13 regionals festivals and the two-week final festival herein April. Bit Parts: "Gable and Lombard" opens at Hollywood's famed Chinese Theater where Clark Gable pressed his hand and footprints in 1937 ... Peter Fonda and Ely the Dan nor will costar in "Futureworld" for American International ... Lou Gos-sctt plays an ex-convict turned revivalist in "J.D.'s Revenge.' Called "The Great," the "C Major Symphony" by Schubert will round out the program. It is the last and best of the Schubert symphonies. There has been great confusion concerning the numbering of his work because Uo earlier symphonies have been lost and one was "unfinished," in spite of the designation by editors of the complete works as "No. 7," and by other editors as "No. 9," it is rightly "No. 10." It is a towering work arid one of the finest to come out of the Viennese classical school of composition. Moose Events L No. 909 Friday/ February 27 Meat Loaf Dinner -- 6:30 p.m. Saturday, February 28 6 p.m. -- Rocky Mountain Oyster Fry -- $2.50 per plate DANCE 9p.m. till 1 a.m. Music by KEITH FRANK . Members Invited Guests Come out for a good time! 15 pieces of "finger lickin' good" Kentucky Fried Chicken and all the fixin's. Save $2 all weekend long. Available only at participating stores displaying the Save $2 banner. KÂ«ntdcij fried jUdw. Original Recipe or Extra Crispy 111 2frd St. 2301 W. 10th St.
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