Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 6, 1977 · Page 27
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Mon..June 6.1977 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 27 ^ Three Shakespeare plays featured at summer CSF became the seventh spearean festival in the world of complete the canon of William Shakespeare's 37 plays. After the University of Michigan, it is When the 1977 Colorado the cream of the crop of young with the production of Shakespeare Festival (CSF) professionals from around the "Cymbeline" in 1875, the CSF opens July 22 on the University country," Yang said. "The CSF became the seventh Shake- of Colorado's Boulder campus, is gaining national fame, and regular patrons will notice we are proud to say that we several innovative changes. have selected some of the finest "We don't want to be bound directors, actors, designers and by tradition," said Daniel S. P. technicians in the United States only the second university- Yang, the festival's executive to be with us this summer." based company in the world to director. "We want people to The three productions will achieve such a feat, realize that Shakespeare can be run in repertory July 22 through jj, keeping with other nation- fun, lively and light." August 18. This year there will ally known Shakespearean To that end, the CSF will be no performances on Monday companies, the CSF .will celebrate Its 20th anniversary nights. Yang implemented this pre sent elaborate, ritualistic by presenting two bright and policy to give all CSF personnel opening and closing ceremonies -astly different comedies, a night off. . on July 22 and August 18. These "They need the break'," he wm De cove red by the Denver said. "They are in intensive television media, rehearsals from the first week in June, and they need the All productions will be staged chance to get away from it all in lhe Marv Ri PP° n OMmT once in awhile." . ' Theater at 8:30 p.m. The CSF theater under the stars seats i^^^^^HIBHi more than 1.000. different "Much Ado About Nothing" and "The Merchant of Venice" as well as one of Shakespear's most profound histories, "Richard II." "Our. 1977 company includes MOOSE EVENTS BIG-0 Tonight! 7:30 p.m. 3456 So. nth Ave. Open to the Public! Ye Greeley Village Inn · 5912Vy.,.10th.St. ._ ·._,.,..;' Presents · FARQUAR" Tues.-Sat.,9-l:30 THE BEST IN LIVE ENTERTAINMENT COUNTRY ROCK and BLUEGRASS If you love country and bluegrass music, this is the band to see! TUESDAY DINNER SPECIAL 3 pieces of Kentucky Fried Chicken original recipe or extra crispy Mashed potatoes/gravy Coleslaw if Hot roll Combination only 811 23rd St. 2501 lOth St. tttmw · REDfORO · SHAW SHOWS at 7 and 9 BACK HOME AFTER 74 YEARS -- Frank Capra, Hollywood's grand old director who once caused a sensation by removing Clark Gable's shirt, is cheered in this April, 1977, photo when he returned to his native Bisacquino, Italy, town in Sicily after 74 years. Capra says films should be used as a vehicle to spread decency and steers away from quickie and profitable nudity. AP Wirephoto) Frank Copra soys films should be used os vehicle to spread decency FILM 1'I.ANXKI) LIMA, I'cru lUPli -Screenwriter Arnold Schulman is planning a movie, lo be filmed on location in Peru, possibly in the Amazon jungle port of Iquilos .or in the old Inca capital of Cuzco in the Andes. "Our film is a love story that starts in New York and ends up near Iquitos," Schulman said. mmmmmmmu * atthe MINI FLICK x g 3308thAve., Greeley LIQUID LIPS, 7 and 9:40 x g LOVE YOU TO DEATH g Late showing Fri. and 5 Sat. about 11 =3 XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX PIZZA DELIVERED SANDWICHES and PASTA 356-4847 CABLES END 1105 26th Ave. By HILMI TOROS Associated Press Writer PALERMO, Sicily (API Frank Capra, Hollywood's grand old director who once caused a sensation by removing .Hire-in THROUGH WEDNESDAY JOELOTcCRiR COUNTRY" · will play first, followed by: Where anything can happen... and usually , does! PG But Ollice Open 8; Shows il Dosl (8:50) _e«h teatuie shown only once come K joj are trj our snack bar theme is that the cinema is still and vaults to fame in com"Ihe best medium." · petitive Hollywood. ."I'm an optimist, an idealist 'As he tells it: "I was short, and I believe in human comedi- born in a foreign land, and son es," he remarked in an inter- of poor and illiterate peasants, view. "There are indications But in the cinema there is no Clark Gable's T-shirt, says among students of the cinema formula for success except per- films should.be used as a ve- that they want to return to hu- haps for creativity." man . comedies, my type of A chemical engineering grad- films. 'Rocky' is an example of uate from Cal Tech, Capra said he. entered the film business, answering an ad in the paper, to make money' while waiting for a hoped for job as a science teacher. With Columbia and other picture companies, he was noted for spreading optimism in the bleak 1930s, also aiding the ca- 1 It's also like Capra himself-re ers of Clark Gable in "It born in the rugged hills of Sic- .Happened One Night," James ily, taken to' the United States Stewart in "It's a Wonderful at 6 and an example.of an im- Life," Barbara Stanwyck in migrant who beats the odds hide to spread decency and steer away from quickie and profitable nudity. The son of Sicilian peasants who emigrated to'the United States 74 years ago, Capra marked his 80th birthday with an investigative "roots" trip to his native Sicily and the rest of Italy. He made it clear even in Italy that he's not through with the cinema yet -- at least as far as lecturing goes. After 40 films and three Academy Awards for best director, he has been out of the directorial spotlight for 15 years, lately devoting his time and seemingly .endless energy to a dialogue encouraging the young to go into. the movie business and try to change its direction. In his Palm Springs, Calif., home or his native village outside this Sicilian capital, his .He said he wished he had made 'Rocky,' chosen by the Academy he once headed- as ' the best film of the year, beT cause "it's about simple people succeeding, like President Car-' ter for instance." Bruce's Specials: Monday-Thursday Nights ) Alaskan King Crab $ i Leg Dinner . )16oz. T-Bone . *..[Steak Dinner 4' Serving complete menu until Midnight BRUCE'S BAR Severance, Colo. "Mhacle Women" and Bette Deadly ants filmed for 'Empire of the Ants' "People have died from the nonetheless penetrated his sting of the Paraponera Clavata thumb, resulting in tremendous ant which we photographed in pain and great swelling. Panamanian jungles and H °B ue ' afle f recuperating, Panama'City for four weeks," commented, "Individuals with says Bert I. Gordon, who l° w resistance or certain produced and directed 'H. G. allergies may not survive their Weils'"Empire'of the Ants" for slin B- In an y case their stin S American International. feels as i{ y° u ' d been hit ^ a Hazards are nothing new to b tan'collins, Robert Lansing, Gordon, who has produced j Qhn David Carson, Jacqueline dangerous-to-make films for Sco(t and A]bert Salmi afe two decades. But the inch-long wme o{ , he actors menaced b Paraponera Clavala, which is an[s in lhjs We ,, s , dassi( . But the tiny insects are blown up by use of the Matex III warrior am, was one of the p h o t o g r a p h i c p r o c e s s , deadliest antagonists he faced. deve , ed b Gord ,,, look Paraponera Clavata Davis in "Pocket Full of Miracles." He has always shunned pornography and now calls it "animated French cartoons." His rare concession to it was to portray Gable without a T-shirt in "It Happened One Night," which won him an Oscar. "Mr. Deeds Goes to Town" . earned another and "You Can't Take it With You" a third. The years have not tarnished his optimism and interest in future generations of directors, pushing him to speak at 75 universities in the last five years. "The greatest films have yet to come," he said. "It'll be made by the young, maybe those not even 30." At tjmes also a realist, Capra acknowledges: "My films, didn't revolutionize or turn stones. Instead of changing society, I tried to elevate the moral tone of the times -- and to make people smile and enjoy themselves." UMsUw TONIGHT «T 8:00 ONLY T H I E E S TONIGHT AT 7:30 and 3:45 I known in Central and South America as the bullet The Stockade Club. Great Steak from Great Steak Country! Our Monday Tuesday Special! were selected, despite their danger, because they look and behave most viciously. Dr. Charles L. Hogue, senior curator of entomology at the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History, located the ants in Panamanian jungles. The United States government would not allow Paraponera Clavata ants brought into America, so Gordon sought them out and did most of the filming far from civilization. Due to extreme danger, each ant was picked up separately with long forceps and placed in a polyethylene jar that was slick on the inside so the ants, couldn't climb up and out. And each ant was counted and kept track of while it was "acting." In addition, two people were assigned as lookouts guarding against the possibility of ants either dropping from overhanging limbs or attacking from behind. Gordon and his bigger than tigers. H.G. Wells' "Empire of the Ants" is calculated to be even more shocking and plausible than last year's highly successful H.G. Well's "The Food of the Gods," also from American International and Gordon. Ye Greeley Village Inn 5912 W. 10th St. June 7 thru June 10 TUESDAY... Beef Brochette on Bed of Rice, Broiled Tomato, Salad. Includes Glass of Wine S 2.50 WEDNESDAY... Smothered Pork Chop in Mushroom Sauce, Peas, Oven-Browned Potatoes, Salad. Includes Glass of Wine 5 2.50 THURSDAY... Mexican Plate -- Spanish Burger, Chili Relleno Casserole, Sopapilla, Salad. Includes Glass of Wine 2.50 FRIDAY... Seafood Brochette on.Bed of White Rice, Stuffed Tomato, Salad. Includes Glass of Wine. c,. _. New England Clam Chowder 2.3U Come on in to Sirloin Stockade any Monday or Tuesday from 5 P.M. til closing and order up our Stockade Club Special; v . '-. a tender, delicious , / ·-" club steak, your ^··i. choice of potato, a thick Slice Of Stockade team wore heavy duty high s Toast, salad, and leather boots with the tops 'beverage for only ... fastened over their trousers and heavy vinyl gloves as well. Glass partitions were used wherever possible to further protect Gordon, the camera crew and handlers. Panic struck the set however, when, in spite of every precaution, Hogue was "attacked" by one of the ants that had previously died. The needlelike stinger had THE FAMILY STEAKHOUSE 1542 8th Ave. The DAIRY QUEEN* BRAZIER* menu has got just what it takes, the tasty-good BIG BRAZIER* and big, thick DQ* shakes! Dairy Queen brazier. 1635 8th Avenue and 2077 Greeley Mall ·Reg. U.S. Pat.Oil.. Am D.O. Corp. U) Copyrignl 1976, Am. D.Q. Corp.

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