Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 2, 1977 · Page 30
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 30

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, June 2, 1977
Page 30
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GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Thurs., Jung 2, Ml Six productions planned Something for every taste offered in 17ft summer season By UNC.NEWSSERVICE summer schedule permits author of such block-ousters as their relationships and their in his wife after the officer was afternoon in 1974 where they all "The Roar of the play includes the hit song "Who Something for every taste is individuals to choose the "Plaza Suite," "The Odd relationships ta the bus stop passed over for promotion. It is had been on the afternoon of the Greasepaint, The Smell of the Can I Turn To When Nobody offered in the six-production particular theater production Couple," "The Sunshine Boys" romance. · ' :·?.-. . ·'?,'· an active' and summer season of the Little that appeals to their taste or and "Barefoot in the Park."- "Bus Stop" will be directed dramatic story intensely assassination' of John F. with a Kennedy. The five are Crowd," to be presented Aug. Needs Me?" 4-6, is a musical production Performances of all six Theater of the Rockies and subscribe for the summer Directed by Uoyd A. Norton, by John W. Willcoxon, chair- melodious vocal line sung in reflecting the meaning of that featuring New York guest events begin at 8 p.m. at Opera Theater at the Univer- season and enjoy a broad range "The Good Doctor" is a comedy person of the UNC theater arts English. -- - . ... sity of Northern Colorado in of theater arts. with musical interludes in a department. The opera is directed by Greeley. The season curtain rises June vaudeville form. . Verdi's "Otello" is the opera Howard Skinner and features interior monologue, describing Bricusse and Anthony Newly, is For tickets or further in- From comedy to tragedy, 30-July 1 with the comedy "The The play is Simon's transfer offering in the series. Four UNC graduate and un- the characters'lives from that a fable of modern life dealing formation, contact- the UNC opera to Broadway musical, the Good Doctor" by Neil Simon, of Anton Chekhov's turn of the professional New York opera dergraduate students from the moment to the present. It with life as a game, where the Little Theater of the Rockies, event on their own lives. The play is organized as an director Max Ember. Frasier Theater on the UNC "Greasepaint," by Leslie central campus. century short stories into singers perform the lead roles School of Music in the non-lead reveals the author's vision of dramatic form. Partly farcical in the work, which plays July roles. . the effect of the assassination and partly sentimental, the 21-22. Herbert Doussant, Vern Robert Patrick's tragedy on five specific social types; a so the hero has no chance of play explains scenes- of Shinall, Penelope Daner and "Kennedy's Children" will play teacher, beauty queen, Viet- winning. The actions of the everyday life in pre-Soviet David Griffith are featured. July 28-29 with Willcoxon again nam veteran, aging hippie and The story involves the directing., schemes of an army officer to It is the story of five people in dominant character of the play Box 97, Greeley, Colo., 80639, continuously changes the rules telephone 351-2200. Russia. "Death 'of a Salesman," a homosexual. / The play is an explicit Arthur Miller's great serious undermine his superior's trust a New York City bar on a rainy treatment of the lives of these play, runs July 7-8. First per- characters and contains some rough language. formed in 1949, "Death of a Salesman" was highly successful on Broadway and later produced as a movie. The play deals with the end of the main character, Willy 'Car Wash', 'Mustang Country' to open at Greeley Drive-in game of life are observed by a group of vagabond kids 'who continuously take sides. The work is a farce-serious comedy with a story line relatively easy to follow. The Now Open CARAVAN RESTAURANT 4th and Elm Gilcrest "Car Wash"- and "Mustang Loman's life, with a critique of Country ,, m open p^ a , American culture at the end of the Greeley Drive-in. World War II, specifically -..^ Wash ,, is a cinemaU( . materialistic values. The work look, observed with warmth, is not totally realistic, with and humor and drama; and much of the play taking place helghteiied by musiC| at ^ "J". ( ° ! W ' Uy L ° man ' S kaleidoscope of motley people --as the manual workers, the dr ' am *' v ,, _L L --Max Ember will direct the owneri [he owner , s son play. Ember is the special guest cashi (he food con . artist for the Little Theater of the Rockies summer season. cessionaires, the passersby and Bobby Vinton which the American motion picture industry was virtually built. It features dollops of high adventure and action, and breathtaking vistas of mountains, valleys, roaring rivers -along with Joel McCrea, one of the great stars of Hollywood's golden age. The film is family entertainment about an ex-rodeo star who allies himself with a young Indian boy to capture a wild black stallion that has Although he sold more than 23 million records, and has hits ranging from lamenting love songs to rollicking polkas, Bobby Vinton says he is not considered a singer's singer, and that he still has to prove his talent as an all-around entertainer" everytime he takes the stage. (AP Wirephoto) Middleweight Champ In Second Film ROME (UPI) -- World Giminez in addition to Monzon. middleweight boxing champion It is being directed by Marcello Carlos Monzon of Argentina is Andrei and produced by Riccar- starring in his second feature- do Biffi. length film, which is currently Monzon's under production in Italy. The film, entitled. "El Macho," is a western starring the car owners -- whose lives "Bus Stop" by William Inge intermesh briefly during a will be performed July 14-lD. typica) day , n wMch dusty| eluded would-be captors. First produced in 1955, the three grimv automo biles are trans- McCrea began his film career act romance and comedy was form ed into pristine, shining in 1929 as an extra in "The Jazz made into a box office hit movie · I- starring Marilyn Monroe.. American's symbols of power, mobility and. speed. Thestoryof"BusStop"deals .^ ensemble .p iece - in which with a cowboy who abducts-a , he js fl ]oom singer from a -City strip joint Kansas ,,, first film, also made in Italy, was entitled together the lives of colorful bring her back to his Montana ^J^ t^send'LrToTtheir separate ways." . . : Among the stars are Richard where they would be married. ' They become stranded along with other Malisa Longo and Susanna dearth Pryor, George Carlin, -Ivan is the' on city organized play develops Women performers featured at conference The Colorado Women's music and belly dancing. Kite Hoef, will be available for rides Throughout the three-day Conference to be held in Tail Mime, a Boulder-based beginning at 8 a.m., Saturday, conference, continuous film Boulder at the University of troupe led by Letia'a Barttett weather permitting. showings will feature films by Colorado June 3-5 will feature and Rob List, combine classic Saturday evening Dr. Antonia and-about women including a women performers and artists French mime, dance, music, Brico will make a special guest new slide presentation of works from Colorado as en- juggling and gymnastics in appearance after showing of by Colorado women arh'sts. tertainment for the statewide their repertoire for the on- the film "Antonia: A Portrait of University facilities also will be meeting. . . ference. the Woman." The documentary ·avaflablefor swimming, tennis, Friday evening's entertainment Degins witn . tne c j u( j ea Fiesta Colorado Dancers tinder the direction of Jeanette Truiillo McDowell of Deviver I I U J M I U luuitmcu ui UC.I.C., QaDce Dasea on cuimu UriBUIS. - foroni-o onh'mtioo aro fr« h,,f n r f i c K n Hirantnr Thou will riirwfpd fhp film which wac lerence aciivuies are iree, out arusilc Qirecior. iney win "Portraits " their selection for «"etieu uic HUH WIHUI wda * present folk art dances of FMa combmes dance music nominated for an Academy participants must register to Mexico and Spain. and Daetrv centering o n A w a r d ' receive tickets to evening Aisha and Beledi follow with ^1 J° .^H ". Katy Moffatt, nationally performances. For more in- recognized folk singer will formation contact the Colorado en . Women's Conference, 499-1000, Age" and quickly rose to stardom. "Mustang Country" is McCrea's 83rd film, and his first film since 1962 when he starred in "Ride the High Country," a Western that has in .jecent years been accorded masterpiece stature by critics and film historians. .'. After "High Country," McCrea became indifferent to screen offers that came his way until the screenplay of "Mustang Country" by John Champion reached his desk. Guest stars are Robert Fuller and Patrick Wayne. The film, which was shot on location in the Canadian Rockies, introduces Nika Mina'. Soft-Frozen Jogurt at your Dairif Queen brazier Soft Drawn at 2077 Greeley Mall Frozen Cups, Pts., Qfs. at 1635 8th Ave. ·Ret). U.S. Pal. Off., Am. D.O. Corp. [cl Copyright 3776. Am. D.O. G Friday's program also in- depicts Draco's struggles to volleyball, basketball and · be accepted as an artist, rather Softball. -than for the novelty of being a Entertainment Friday and the -Cleo Parker D V T A a n n a T T n c a m k l a " UliUl I0f U1C flUVeUV UI UtilHK fl J RobmSOn Dance Ensemble, J _ . , Catm-Hiv hoainmt B - ^ n n m in n=m, D ,,!,,,,««· nf mnHom woman conductor. Dr. Brico's Saturday begins at 8.30 p.m. in Denver pioneers of modern ^^ ^^ ^.^ Macky Auditorium . ·/$ con . Patty Nettles of Boulder leading the group in a per- The Columbia Savings hot air conclude Saturday's formance of Middle Eastern balloon, piloted^by Joyce Vande tertainment. extension 3289 or 3354. CONGRATULATIONS UNC GRADUATES Graduation Dinner Specials Saturday, June 4th, Dining Room Open 11 a.m.-lO p.m. % 95 _ Prime Rib... $ 5 95 Lumber Jack (Largercut) 7 50 $ 3 95 $025 Almond Duck Peking Rainbow for two jibe MIFTW00P Includes: Soup, Sweet and Sour Pork, Baby Shrimp with Peas, Chicken with Peanuts, Fried or Steamed Rice, Fortune Cookie, Tea. CALL35MM1 FOR RESERVATIONS HflNT FflPPFT 1 Our Exciting New Luncheon Menu And Our Bronco Bus MM 6th Ave. ORDERS TO GO 352-H61 ana We invite all our friends and customers to join us at the Le Doux Restaurant. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JUNE Sand 4 2-6 p.m. J Glen Miller Harry James Saturday Evening June 4 8:30-1:30 Honoring all Requests Tommy Dorsey Benny Goodman Duke Ellington La Paz Partnership Jerry Martinez Ed Aragon Ernest Andrade Highway 85 North of La Salle, Colorado 284-5119 F^JT 7 ^ · fl^A-^A-^f w · w-« ii |L *-w-»-i§g^g

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