Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 8, 1977 · Page 39
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Wed., June 8,1977 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 39 movies Cast for Stampede's 'Pajama Game 1 announced The Independence Stampede Troupe announced the cast for ·Us production of "Pajama Game," the fourth annual all city musical. Over forty actors; .singers and dancers from the · Greeley area have come together to perform the Jerry Ross-Richard Adler script that has delighted audiences for over twenty years. Openint June 26 with additional per formances on June 27,28, and 29, "Pajama Game" will kick- off the 1977 Independence Broadway musical stage could Stampede Celebration. create. The "Pajama Game" centers around the Sleep Tite Pajama Factory and the problems its president Myron Hassler, is having with the Garment Workers Unions." The workers Heading the management team for the confrontation is "There Once Was a Man," and keep it boiling with their m- "Small Talk." terests in everyone's affairs. · Heading the secretaries is Mabel, played by Pat Bor- p e n d e n t Hosier's private secretary, who is determined to make the has a wandering eye and her Sleep Tite factory click. Sid is boyfriend, Vernon Hines, has a Professor Vernon Hines and Gladys provide the comic side of the show. Gladys, Mr. nemeier. Joining Mabel in mayhem are Poopsie, Mae, Brenda, and Virginia as played by Linda Ficken, Sherry Let- confrontation, but a confrontation that only the Speaker-- Paul Winger "Evaluating Your Rental Investment" Call Ruth Lewin -- 356-3D34 . or Larry Sears -- 356-7700 K I 1 U W I I IU U l C C I C J Q U U H - l l L t o 1U1 -- - , -- . J . ,, . urn. C I . . . 4 . , his performance in the Chuck- Gladys that, he often finds it Agam, and Time Study wagon Dinner Playhouse necessary to use his old Man ' ' ' Myron Hassler, the tyrannical miser who runs Sleep Tite, is played by Dave Seller, a new member to the Stampede Troupe. Babe's father, who is instrumental in keeping Babe and Sid together, will be played by William Howe. : production of "1770." He has vaudeville act, fancy target you are a Landlord or manage duplexes or II played extensively elsewhere in shooting. ulti-purpose complexes -- This is for you! j! college and summer theater Gladys is played by Holly III i i n , . . . , . . II productions, including'parts in Dodge, a senior at UNC who is HeiO lOUnty Apartment ASSOCiatlOn j| "Thurber Carnival," "My widely known to Greeley Jline 14 1977 - WinterSet Inn il Tnree ^E 6 ' 8 ." and " LilUe audiences. Her latest credits Dinner Meeting-Reservations Necessary ^Sunshine." .: include Bloody Mary in "South n,..iu, : II Heading the grievance Paclflc and Harriet Bellows m [I committee of the union is Babe, "The Piano Player." Hines will [j a vivacious lady dedicated to be played by Phil Farris, a long II'the union and seemingly im- time meraber of the ^PTM' H'mune to Sid's charm. Babe will dence Stampede Troupe who E=5I be played by Linda Johnston, has P 1 "^ in "Annie Get Your who has performed in Gun '" " U '' Abner '" and " The Unsinkable Molly Brown." Weld County GUN SHOW Sat. and Sun., JUNE 11 and 12,1977 4-H Building, Island Grove Park Greeley, Colorado Saturday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday 10a.m. toSp.m. BUY (SELL (TRADE · BROWSE GUNS* COINS EDGED WEAPONS WESTERN ARTIFACTS INDIAN JEWELRY Bring your guns and coins ADMISSION SOc "Brigadoon," "The Gazebo," and with the. Defiance College Players where she came to Sleep Tile factory is actually know Noel. Sid and Babe make run by its secretarial pool. Not a volatile romantic team in only do the secretaries keep the such songs as "Hey There," factory running, but they also The president of the union, better known as Pres, is a dynamic if not exactly intelligent leader. This labor boss who has an appreciative eye for beautiful women will be played by Jim Bornemeier, best known As with any good office, the f or his role as Mayor Dawgmeat is "Li'l Abner." Morris Allison, is the unfortunate pajama salesmen who discovers tha the Sleep Tile Pajamas are falling apart. "Hernando's Hideaway," "Racing With The Clock," and "Once A Year Day" are numbers which demand a strong dance team. Under the choreography of Phil Farris, Karla Markus, Roger Hughes, Chuck Rosales, John Hoge, and Elaine Bornemeier are just such a. team. · The chorus of "Pajama Game- is made up of the many workers in the factory. They include Sue Boettcher, Forrest Boggs, John Kessenich, .Barbara Magruder, Ken Magruder, Sarah Marriner, Jill Meakins, Dave Murray, Joey Range!, Anne St. Clair, Vanora Savig, Gordon Stevens, Kay Stevens, Lisa Terry, Ron Thompson, Perri Williamson, and Stan Williamson. Directed by Jim DeMer- sseman with musical direction by Harold E. Hamler and technical direction by Kent Smith, "Pajama Game" is a lively, comic show that perfectly fits the mood of a summer celebration. As the opening event of the 1977 Independence Stampede, "Pajama Game" provides the music, dance, and laughter that makes it a show Independence Stampede ticket for the entire family. office at 8th Avenue and 13th Reserved seat tickets for the Street by the Chamber of June 26 through June 29 per- Commerce building from 9 a.m. formances of "Pajama Game" to 5:30 p.m. weekdays and from are now on sale at the 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays. NORTHERN WELD SADDLE CLUB GYMKHANA June 12,1977 (no rain date) t 2 miles north and 1 /! west of Ault Performance events begin at 9a.m. ; Halter Western Pleasure Reining Western 1 ; Horsemanship Followed by speed events -- Lunch served on grounds Entry fees Sl.OOtoSl.50 8 and under, speed events 5Qc AWESOME BRUCE LEE... his death avenged by BRUCE LI The New Martial Arts Master The Fastest Gun In The West Joins With The Most Brutal Hands In The East! LEE VAN CHEF THE STRANGER THIEVES 7:30 ind 9:30 WOOW ALLEN DIANE KEATON ANNIE HALL:' Famous faces WEEKEND SPECIALS James paan? Jimmy Durante? Rosalynn Carter? Burt Reynolds?. Jack Albertson? They're not who you think they are. Ron Smith at left of Ron Smith Enterprises rents famous look- alikes such as these folks to parties, conventions, and fairs.. Actually, the people behind Smith are really, left to right: Phillip Sain, Bill Grimes, Rubye Seattle, Christopher Lance, and Alix Schoendrum. (AP Wirephoto) Ye Greeley Village Inn 5912 W. 10th St. Presents FARQUAR" Tues.-Sat., 9-1:30 THE BEST IN LIVE ENTERTAINMENT COUNTRY ROCK and BLUEGRASS If you love country arid bluegrass music, this is the band to see! '(DAPPLE BUTTER II/? /Breakfast v --~--S T..., it..,, e.,1 Could something odd be afoot?: S By GERARD LOUGHRAN NEW YORK (IIPI) - When the entire cast of a British musical is nominated for Tony awards in the home of the · REDFOIDtSIUW Y" SHOWS at 7 and 9 Jj west on . . highway 34 Tues. thru Sal. 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. Sunday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. A Hammerstein- Kern Musical * · · · « · · t COCKTAILS BUFFET BEGIN AT 6:00 P.M Q · RESERVATIONS £ 356-7500 · THROUGH WEDNESDAY ilOililMBEB IS "MMSX4NG COUNTRY" .will play first, followed by: Where anything can happen... and usually/ does! ··«···«·*····»···* Boi Offict'Opin 8; Shows ll Dusk (!;SO) ; _tlth Ititurt shown on!) onct come K you tit try our srutk bjr musical -- Broadway --could something odd be afoot? Not really, according to one of the nominees, Millicent Martin. The show's title is a clue - "Side by Side By Sondheim." It honors Stephen Sondheim, possibly the wittiest. of American composer-lyricists, writer of the words to "West- Side Story," among others. Additionally, according to Martin, "The show is in the form of a revue, which we British have been doing for years and usually rather better than anyone else." There are 27 songs and the four-member cast -- the others are director-pianist-commentator Ned Sherrin and singers Julie McKenzie . and David Kernan -- put on eight shows a week. "It's almost as grueling as opera. There's not much of your day left," Martin said in an interview. The show, which has been running in London for a year, has been nominated for "best musical" and each member of the east has been nominated as j "best featured player." "Millie" Martin, as she is known' to her wide British public, will be happy to be on the winners' list when the awards are announced Sunday nighl, but she won't be heartbroken if she is not. "It's marvelous to be nominated. If I won, that would be an extra award in itself." She is no stranger to honors anyway. They have included Best British TV Personality, the Venice TV Award, the TV Society Award and -- for her part in the movie "Nothing Bjit The Best" with Alan Bates -the Variety Club Award, Best Film Actress. The New'York critics clearly were thinking along the same lines when they gave her such rave reviews for "Sondheim" as "the personality of an Ethel Merman crossed with a Beatrice Lillie," "Redheaded Martin stops .the show," "Millicent Martin sings with style and relish," "She is superb." "Side By Side By Sondheim" might be retitlcd "Back to Front or All' Around with Sondheim." In addition to the New York and London shows, versions are readied for Canada, Ireland, South Africa and Australia. The idea was Kernan's. "We all knew each other and he asked us what we thought and we just worked it out," Martin said. Snndhehn.thought it all a great compliment and joined xxxxmxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx " a t the MINI FLICK x ZZ 3308th Ave., Greeley Q x LIQUID LIPS, 7andv:40x x. LOVE YOU TO DEATH g x Late showing Fri. and g Sat. about 11 £ xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx eagerly in getting the show into shape. Martin is a big star in Britain, remembered for her brassy, witty singing in the television satire show of the 1960s, "That Was The Week That Was." **************************** * * )f J 01 uuini.vi * J Thursday--Friday--Saturday--Sunday J J 2 Giant Hamburgers J * 4 * * * 4 Tacos HICKORY SMOKED 53 Favorite .Sandwiches X THE DELI $100$ GRIFFS BURGER 806 16th St. 352-8241 **************************** PIZZA SANDWICHES and PASTA' 356-4847. ' CABLES- END MR.MISTY Time! 1635 8th Ave. and 2077 Greeley Mall Choose lemon lime, cheiry. orange or your lavonte DO HJVOI and watch us launch this siipei flo.it with a nig curly crown of ueamy, cool Dany Queen sailmq on top' It's casiei lo say "Scrumpdiliyishus" afier you've tasted one' ·Peg U S Pill ON. An 00 Cotp (C) Copvngrin976 AT, 00 Corp

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