Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 4, 1977 · Page 17
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 17

Greeley, Colorado
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Saturday, June 4, 1977
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Sat.. June 4.1977 CREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 17 The average annual price of seven paper shillings in 1700- an ounce of silver in Boston in IT04 to 60 in 1749. reports (he the early 170te ranged from! U.S. Census Bureau. Cripple Creek melodrama rehearsing for 30th season Rehearsals are now in Hotel's 30th season of Room Theater. Chosen for House in 1899. double role of Maria and! the University of Arizona. In progress for the Imperial melodrama in the Gold Bar presentation this year is Steele Members of the Imperial Claudia Is carried by Emilie the costuming department are MacKaye's J890 comedy-drama Players troupe this season are Rowan of Kansas City, Mo. Fern Vetter of Cripple Creek, "Rogue's Revenge" or "A Fox from widely scattered parts of Steven Hornibrook, a seven- and William Damron, Jr. and In Petticoats." the country. David Hockman, in. year veteran of the Imperial Denise Baker, both of Tucson, Robert C. Burroughs of the | ne ro i e of Hugo, hails from players, will be seen as Vico, Ariz. University of Arizona Drama Tacoma, Wash.; Paulo, played master woodman. The season will open with a Department returns to Cripple by Noel Counsil, is from New Comedienne Debbie Rice dress rehearsal on Friday Creek for his ninth season with Plymouth, Idaho; James Mills, returns to the Imperial stage evening, June 10. Wayne and the Imperial Players. Popular as Phillipo, comes from Provo, after a six year absence, to Dorothy Mackin, owners of the Utah. Others in the cast are portray Luca in "Rogue's hotel and producers of the play, ... where, between the hours of 9 and 5, anything can happen and usually does! PLAYS TWICE on FRIDAY and SATURDAY first about 8:50, and again around midnight - PLUS THE WILDERNESS SPLENDOR OF - "MUSTANG COUNTRY" ROBERT FUlfR e · ffiilW Will be shown about 10:50 Friday and Saturday. Box Office Open at 8:00; Shows at Dusk (8:50) \ conn- ns vim are -- try mir snack bur i ragtime pianist Danny Griffith is once more busy making plans Kenn Klein, Gooding, Idaho; Revenge." Debbie hasspent the will host an opening night party for musical accompaniment for sieve Fitzgerald, Lexington, last several years in Hollywood on the formal opening night, the play and another fun-filled N.C.; Roland Garn of Ossineke, and Denver where she has been June II. Shows will play twice Mich. featured as a night club en- daily through Sept. 5, at 2:15 Susan Hoffpauir of Phoenix, terlainer at the Comedy Store and 8:30 Tuesday through olio of vaudeville acts. This will be his 12th season as pianist entertainer. Dick Hansen of Ariz., portrays Rita, Laura is and Taylor's Supper Club. Saturday, at 1 and 4:30 on Denver is 1977 olio played by Jill Broadfoot, Sets for this year's show are Sundays and no performances choreographer. Epooner, Wisconsin and the "y Mark Donnelly, a senior at Mondays. SESSSSTiSiJSS James Schroeder of Tucson, Ariz., will play the lead role of Captain Chiqui, the role written especially for Stuart Hobson when the - play was first produced at the Chicago Opera xxxxxxxxxxxxxxmxxxxxx* X at the MINI FLICK . J 330 6th Ave., Greeley 3 VISIONS OF CIAlR.7ind 10 :£ NIGHT OF 1HE SPANISH Kl S5 Late showing Fri. Sat. about 11 xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxmxx; PIZZA DELIVERED SANDWICHES and PASTA 356U847 CABLES END 110526th Ave. Performing Arts donation John Willcoxon, center, chairman of the theater arts department at the University of Northern Colorado, receives a 52,067 check from McDonald's co-owner Ernie Martin following a Performing Arts Day benefit May 21 by the two Greeley McDonald's restaurants. Also attending the check presentation are, from left, McDonald's co-owner John Wertz, UNCmusic school assistant dean Bob Ehle and music school dean James Miller. (UNC News Service photo) Students, non-students welcome for CU summer music auditions You should call foi lesmat ju$t to be assured ol a spot! 1 Teams not necessat ·Need Not Be Sanctioned Yes! Moonlight Bowling! EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT at 11 p.m. Just S 5 a Person (·SDUtIS ONlt - Mm and Women) LORADO Lanes... 3407 West 10th UNC Graduate in the Family? Make plans now to celebrate the memorable event with your family and friends. On Graduation Day, June 4, We Will Be Serving from 11 A.M. to 9 P.M. in the Dining Room. . Coffee Shop and Lounge Hours As Usual Greeley's Finest RESTAURANT, LOUNGE AND SUPPER CLUB 3 Miles North of Greeley on U.S. 85. For Reservations, call 353-4094 Singers, dancers, actors and instrumental musicians in the Boulder-area have several opportunities to perform in University of Colorado al Boulder performances this summer. Non-students as well as students are welcome at auditions which .will be held Monday (June 6) and June 12. Tryouts for all orchestral instruments for the Summer Orchestra will be held al 3:30 p.m. Monday (June 6) in the Music Hall of the College of Music Building. Assistant Prof. Robert H. Olson, conductor, will hold practices Tuesday evenings beginning June 7 from 7 to 9:30 p.m. in the Music Hall. The orchestra will give a free public performance in July of Stravinsky's "Pulcinella Suite" and "Four Norwegian Moods," Milhaud's "Creation of the World," Haydn's "Symphony No. 6" and Brahms' "Serenade in D Major." Boy sopranos whn like to sing and act will be auditioned by Asst. Prof. Kuniaki Hata at 7:30 p.m. Monday (June 6) in Room I22of theMusic Building. Those chosen 'will perform in Benjamin Britten's opera "Albert Herring" July 14, 16-17. Prof Hugh E. McMillen is calling for all band musicians to attend auditions and first practice from 4:30 to 5:50 p.m. Monday (June 6) in Room 124 of the Music Building. Students, non-students and high school musicians are welcome. Regular rehearsals will be from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Monday and Wednesday, and from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday with additional rehearsals scheduled performances. Two free public.concerts by the Summer Band arc set for July 4, at the city of Boulder's Fourth of July celebration in Folsom Field and July 19. Starting at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, June 12, auditions will be held for singers, dancers, actors and musicians for the July 7-10 production of' Cole Porter's musical "Kiss Me Kate." State director is Prof. Albert H. Nadeau of the Department of Theater and Dance and music director and orchestra conductor is Associate Prof. Dennis Jackson of the College of Music. Rehearsals will be from 8:30a.m. to noon Mondays through Fridays. Tickets for the two paid productions, "Albert Herring" and "Kiss Me Kate," may be reserved by calling 492-6363. They also will be on sale in the University Memorial Center ticket office. Steiger has starring role in F./.S.T. Academy Award winner Rod Steiger has been signed for a starring role in "F.I.S.T." by producer-director Norman Jewison and executive producer Gene Gorman. Sylvester Stallone stars in the film for United Artists release. Melinda Dillon also is starred. Steiger will portray a powerful United States Senator in the action adventure drama, which covers three decades of Uie growth of the American Labor Movement. "F.I.S.T." is from a story by Joe Eszterhas with the screenplay written by Eszterhas and Stallone. Steiger won his "Best Actor" Academy Award for UA's "In The Heat Of The Night," which also won the Best Picture nod in 1967 under Jewison's direction. THE GREEN MILL Evans, Colo. Dance to the music of "Santa Fat and the Easter Pigs" The best Country-Western every Fri. Sat. 9 to 1:30and Sun. 7 to 11 p.m NO MINORS win MICHAEL ANSARA MICHAEL FORESI JOHNNY SEKKA MARLO CHARLES THOMAS GRODIN THIEVES 'ANNIE HALL' is now OVERNIGHT 'Annie Hall' captured the heart? 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