Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 12, 1973 · Page 35
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The critic's view Thw«., April 12, lf?3 (iKKKLEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE US By WILLIAM GLOVER AP Dram* Critic NEW YORK (AP) - A pUy that "de*ply moved" Tennessee Williams, "The Soldier," opened Tuesday night at the Provincetown Playhouse. The same effect on many other people is unlikely. Williams sent his note of praise after reading a copy of. the manuscript thoughtfully submitted by its author, Nicholas Bcllitto. The upshot was a showcase staging and now, on to the greater hazards of off- Broadway competition. The labored, melodramatic plot centers on Johnny, a U.S. Army sergeant jusl home from three war years. He is the family pride' and joy, owner of a shelf full of athletic trophies which Pop has kepi shiny in anticipation of coming business triumphs. Meanwhile, the yQUnger son, Wayne, sits in a corner, an unloved drone. gSo far, there are reminders oj;"Sticks and Bones" in it all, particularly because of Johnny's nightmare guill over blowing up a battlefront house II)at was full of children. ·Jhen Susan, the pretty who promised faithfully to await his return, turns out,to be lustily two-timing with neglected Wayne. After that Johnny loses his job, can't find another and gradually skids into catatonic character-reversal, laced with spasms of violence. Although much of the dialogue is amateurish, the development of characters awkardly wooden, Bellitto indeed occasionally shows traces of theatrical poetry and sensitive awareness of private anguish. Miss Chapin's staging is workshop basic, with one spectral dream sequence lhat would be more effective without the strobe lighting effects that have long lost novelty impact. Richard Ferrugio's living room set. neatly spruces up the Provincetown's cramped facilities. Among the players are Tom Kindle, in the title role; Megan Hunt, Sam Locante, Ferrugio doing double duty, Gregory Tigani and Paula Maliandi. In season to come they may look back on "The Soldier" as a kind of basic training for better things. Williams, by the way, was not in the opening night audience. ' loose Events DANCE Saturday, April 14 9 p.m. till 1 a.m. Music by AL HOLMAN . Members and Guests Welcome Lounge FEATURING Chuck West AND HIS Explosive Country Music Sound And Show WED. THRU SAT. 9:00-1:30 Under New Management OPEN SUNDAY 11:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. FOR V/e have a problem! Without a reseivation we have trouble serving drop ins on Saturday evening. Solution! Drop in Friday evening, we wil! have a special for you. Who knows, it may be drinks, dinner, but it will be a special thank you for not waiting for Saturday evening. tive Entertainment Fri. Sat. Evenings. Open Tues. thru Sun. Carriage Club, Master Charge. Diners Club and BanllAmericard accepted. For Reservation Call 686-7401. Open for lunch at 11:00 a.m.-2:30 \ ID 0 'MorigoM*' opens Friday at Cooper Twin She stalks-the foir walls of her house like a panther in a cage, a cage with no cage keeper to keep it clean. She is a widow who at 40 has the feeling that life is behind her, and the bitterness she', radiates down-beats upon her two.teen-age daught.ers,'as she herself has,.b.eeri beaten down by-life: The role of Beatrice in "Marigolds," opening Friday at Cooper Twin No. 1, is not one that Joanne Woodward would have thought of for herself. "The idea was all Paul's, who says he bought it because he thought it was the one role -- underline one -- that he thought I couldn't play." She laughs, "How's that for a husband for you?" As for Paul Newman, he seems gradually lo be switching to the other side of the camera. "Marigolds" is the third film he has directed, the others being "Rachel, Rachel" starring Miss .Woodward and "Sometimes a Great Notion" starring himself. Until 1804, the person who received the second largest number of votes in the Electoral College became the vice president. Cables End BtLIKEK PIZZA Ht« 3M-4M7 1105 26th An. Cinema ADULT THEATRES XXX at the MINI RICK Greeley ITHE CURIOUS TEENAGER 7 io:io THE CHEYENNE SOCIAL CLUB 8:30 Late showing Fri. Sat. 11:30 at CINEMA 35 Fort Collins J E N N I F E R 7 * 9 : 3 0 ROSEBBUD 8:208, 10:40 . Late showing Sat. 11:30 / T I I K A T K K S 'Book of Numbers' cast Raymond St. Jacques, left, and. Philip Thomas, right, play Ihe roles of two waiters who have managed to save enough money in the 30s to set up a numbers bank in a smalt, Southern town in "Book of Numbers," which opened Friday at Cooper Twin No. 2. Children's Matinee 'Hansel Crete!' mntnrp.nn "Hansel and Gretel," starring one of Ihe most unusual and entertaining casts in film history, is an outstanding gem in MGM's Childrcns' Matinee Program. The Matineo Program includes pictures t h a t have won Academy Awards and Parents Magazine Awards. This film version of "Hansel and Gretel" will show Saturday and Sunday afternoons at the Colorado Theater. The highly acclaimed motion picture was first seen after 15 years of experimentation and research and two years ol actual filming. No orthodix actors appear in Ihe novel Michael Myerberg film. All roles, both human and animal, are enacted by fabulous little folk called Kinemins. About one-third life size, they are made of a secret chemical mixture for flesh, plus human hair and magnetised feet. In addition to 35 of these unique creations, Mr. Myerherg's KHULING TO JUIU.IARD NEW YORK (AP) -- Sixten Ehrling will join the Juilliard School as head of the orchestral department, beginning in October. At present, the Swedish-born Ehrling is music director of the Detroit Symphony, a position he has held since 1963 and which he is relinquishing at the lend of the current season. At Juilliard, Ehrling will con- Iduct the Concert Orchestra and supervise the training of student conductors. Juilliard has Ihree orchestras. Ehrling succeeds Alfred Wallenstein, who has retired and does some guest appearances. insistence upon complete novelty led to an even more amazing invention, electronically controlled heads for camera closenps. Each Kinemin is represented by an extra-enlarged head which is capable of over 800,000 expressions controlled by electrical impulses from a specially designed maehine. Growth rate resumes BOGOTA --' Colombia's 1972 rale of economic growth was estimated to equal the 6.8 per cent registered in 1970 as the nation's long-term upward trend resumed after 1971's slowdown. SKKJKKED |p=T| .MCTROCOLCW ' f^» «=-=! PANAVISION? 5E : RAQUEL WELCH KANSAS CITY BOMBER METROCOLOR "0" COMING ONE NIGHT ONLY Friday, May 4th 3 Performances 9:00-1:30 RAMADAINN Hwy.85 South of Greeley "AYVONNEJONES" WITH HER OWN NASHVILLE ESCORTS Direct from Music City, Nashville, Tenn. "Ayvonne Jones" is the brightest recording star on the Nashville Country-Western Scene today. DON'TMISSHER Admission $2.00 per person Tickets Available Beginning April 9 At Ramada Inn's Lobby BUY YOUR TICKETS EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH ADVANCE RESERVATIONSACCEPTED DENVER COLISEUM NOWthru SUNDAY Thurs. Fri. 8:00p.m. Sat., 2:00 8:30 P.M. Sun., 2:00 6:00 P.M. PRICES Rinkside or Box Seals . .$5.50 Lower Balcony $5.00 Upper Balcony . . $4.00, $3.00 HALF PRICES FOR JRS (16yrs. under) Tonight, 8 p.m. Saturday, 2:00 P.M. Denver Phone 255-4643 Get Tickets at ZALE'S Jewelers in Greeley HILLSIDE THEATRE Nillsi.t Mill Between Woolcoand Purr's NOW SHOWING I ANOTHER GREELEY EXCLUSIVE! A MOTION PICTURE THAT CELEBRATES THE TIMELESS IOYOF ORIGINAL INNOCENCE. PARAMOUNT riCTum*; rcni^n AniMt.v Franco zemreuLi HIS FIRST FIIM SINCE -ROMEO JULIET- "eroTHersun sisTeriviooir |pG] «J5J) TECHNICOLOR 1 PANAVISIOST A PARAMOUNT PICTURE [" Box Office Opens at 6:30, Showtime 7 and 9 Rf The Fall of the Roman Empire 1931-1972 NOW SHOWING!! TONIGHT AT 7:0049:00 SAT. SUN. FROM 1:00 FELLINrS ROMA m9 STARTS FRIDAY! Aft Trtkl I *·; LIT fift.ifi a o . i f TONIGHT AT 7:3049:30 SAT. SUN. FROM 1:30 "TWO PEOPLE" aim JACQUELINE BISSEF "THE CHEERLEADERS" AT STARTS FRIDAY! 20th Cvntury-Fox Prtscntt JOANNE WOODWARD The Paul Newman Production of the 1971 Pulitzer Prize winning play THE EFFECT OF GAMMA RAYS ON MAN-IN-THE-MOON "THE EMIGRANTS 8:00 ONLY STARTS FRIDAY! SHOWS AT 7:30 9:30 SAT. SUN. FROM 1:30 TKE BLOCK HiriGDF THEnumBERBonmE STARTS FRIDAY! FRI., SAT. SUN. SHOWS AT7:15 AND9:1SONLY JACKALBERTSON LESLEYWARREN MARTIN SHEEN SHE RAISES MORE TH4N EYEBROWS! DIRTIEST GIRL I EVER MEKUPTM SHE SUCKS THE LIFE FROM THE BODIES OF MEN. DOUBLE FEATURE NIGHT OF THl W:DI \\oiti noi

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