Hartford Courant from Hartford, Connecticut on January 11, 1976 · 137
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(WW it's happening!- SifeSiieiaHafi It's Happening is a public service of The Hartford Courant. Every effort will be made to use announcements received, by mail, at least one week previous to publication. The Courant reserves the right to be selective in its listings. art FARMINGTON VALLEY ARTS CENTER, Avon, Student exhibit, thru Feb. 1. (678-1867) NEW BRITAIN MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART, Watercolors from the Permanent Collection, thru : Feb. 8. (229-0257) JOSELOFF GALLERY, University of Hartford, West Hartford, Student Works thru Jan. 30; Faculty Show II, Jan. 14-30. (2434392) ARTS EXCLUSIVE Sims-bury, Lorna Turrell, Paintings: Barry Welles, Woodcuts, Jan. 11-31. (658-1029) STAIRWELL GALLERY, Manchester Community College, Manchester. "Midyear Student Art Exhibit" thru Jan. 23. (646-4900) BRUCE MUSEUM, Greenwich, American Primitives of 18th-19th Centuries, thru Jan. (869-0376) WADSWORTH ATHENE-UM. Hartford, "Walls," ! Lions Gallery of the Senses, thru March 19. MA-j TRIX: de Kooning and ' Neil .Jenny, thru Jan. (278-2670) ROWAYTON ARTS CENTER, Rowayton, Bob Jones, graphics; Alan Ka-telle, sculpture, thru Jan. 25. (866-2744) GREENWICH ART SOCIETY, Greenwich, Sculpture & Photography exhibition, thru Jan. 29. (869-2610) SILVERMINE GUILD OF ARTISTS, New Canaan, New members. Exhibition,; thru Feb. 3. (966-5617) STAMFORD MUSEUM AND NATURE CENTER, Stamford, Audubon Print Show, thru Feb. 8. (322-1646) BRUCE MUSEUM, Greenwich, Open exhibition, thru Feb. 8. (869-0376) MUSEUM OF ART, SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY, Bridgeport, Exhibit from the museum's permanent tjlte:MMHSctf': IN AND NEAR HARTFORD Hartford Art Cinema-Wasters of Discipline 2:15, 4:45, 7:15, 9:50. She Did What She Wanted 3:30, , 8:35. Cinema CHy-Swept Away 1, 3, 5:05, T:15, 9:30.-Premonitlon 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:40.-Hester Street 1:15, 3:15, 5:15, 7, .-Magic Flute 1:45, 4:15, 4:45, 9:15. Colonial Mahogany 7, 9. Weblter-LlcKity Split 2:10, 4:40, 7:05, 9:30. Loveland 3:30, 5:55, 8:20. Avon Park 1 a .-Wilderness Family 1, 3, 5, 7, .-Mahogany 1:15, 3:15, 5:15, 7:15, 9:15. Twin I & 2-Snow White 1, 3, 5, 7, .-Three Days ot the Condor 2, 4: 15, 7: 15, 9:30. erlln Cine I A 2-Jericho the Wonder Clown 1:30, 3. Mahogany 5:30, 7:30, 9:30.-Thre Days of the Condor 2, 4:15, 7, 9:10. iloomfieid Mall-Wilderness Family 2, 3:45, 5:30, 7:15, 9. last Hartford Burnside 1 A 2-Wilderness Family 1, 3, 5, 7, 9.-Murder on the Orient Express 2:30, 7. Chinatown 4:45, 9:15. Cinema 1-Paralla View 3:50, 7:20. Mahogany 2, 5 30, 9. Manchester OA Theaters East-3iackb:,-d , . MS. 9:15. Rooster CogBurn 1:30, 5:30, V:30. Airport 75 3:30. 7:30.-Snow White 12:30, 2:3a 4:50, 6:30. 8:30. Mew Britain Palace-Italian Show trom 1:30 p.m. Newlnoton Newlngtoa Theater-Jericho the Wonder Clown 1:30, Breakout 4:30, 7:45. Night Caller 4:15. 9:30. tenth Windsor Showpiece-Wilderness Family 1, 3, 5. 7, 9 Cine I A 2 Jericho the Wonder C'own 1:30, 3. Manogany 5:30, 7:30, 9:30.-Three OavS Of the Condor 2, 4: 15, 7. 9: 10. West Hertford Central-Hard Times 2, 3:45, 5 30, 7:15, ' eim-B'ackbird 2, 3:50. 5:40, 7:25. 9 15. The Movies-Wilderness Family 12, 2, 4, t, 8, 10. -Snow White 12:15, 2:30, 4:45. 7, :15.-Rooster Cogburn 1:50, 5:40, 9:30. Airport 12. 3:45, 7.35. Wethersfield Paris I & 2-Let's Do It Again 1:30, 3 25, 5:20, 7:15, 9:10.-Jaws 1, 3 05, 5:10. 7:15. 20 Windsor Plaza-Jericho me Wonder Clown 2 30. jaws 4.10, 1:30. IN OTHER TOWNS Canto Jerry Lewis Cinema-Once Is Net Enough 7:15, 9:15. Jericho The Wonder Clown 1, 3. fnfieM Chte 1,11 4-Three Days of the Condor I 4 30, 7, 9:M.-Mhogany 1:30, J 30, 5 30. 7 38. 30.-Hard Timet 3:30, i 15, 7:10. t : 10. Jericho the Wonder Clown 1:30 -On a Clear Day You Can See Forever 2, 4.30. 4.45. 9:05. Cinem-8i9 Apner3 05, 5:15, 7:25,9 35. Sticky Situation 2. 4 10, 6 20, 1 30 Kensington Cmema-Jerlcho we Wonder Clown 2, 4 Meats ot tne West 7. 30, 9 38. tAeriden Caertot-Wildernesi Family I 15, 3 15. $;15. 7.15 9 15. Meriaen-Snow White 1, i 5 JO. 7. 9 Movwtouse 1 -W''3mess Family I. I Days ot me Condor 10. 20 -WMder-u Family IX, 3 j0, 5, 7, 9 collection, thru Jan. 25. (372-3521) PHOTO GRAPHICS WORKSHOP, New Canaan, Works by Consuello Kana-ga. thru Jan. 28. (966-8711) OLCOTT DAMON SMITH GALLERY, Kent School, Kent, International Children's Drawings, Jan. 10-25. (927-3501) FAIRFIELD HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Fairfield, "Frolics and Festivities: 19th Century Gowns" thru January. (249-1598) ' CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE COLLEGE, New Britain, American Indian Art, thru January. (225-7481) . BERKELEY DIVINITY SCHOOL, Yale University, New Haven, "Support the Arts," three-woman show, thru Jan. 15. (436-3636) YALE UNIVERSITY ART GALLERY, "Greek Vases at Yale" thru Jan. 18. (436-3428) GALLERY FORTY-FOUR, New Hartford, Nineteenth Century oils by American artists. (236-1146) STUART GALLERIES, Canton. Watercolors by John Neff & Chien Fei Chiang, thru January. (693-0478) JOHN SLADE ELY HOUSE, New Haven, Paintings by Katherine Grimes & Margaret Mota villi; Photography by Don Pinckney thru Jan. 21. (624-8055) SLATER MEMORIAL MUSEUM, Norwich, Three Norwich Artists; Gualti-eri, von Schippe, Wing, thru Feb. 8, (887-2506) LYMAN ALLYN MUSEUM New London, J. Thomas Werle, drawings thru Feb. 1. (443-2545) SILAS BRONSON LIBRARY, Waterbury, "Animals," photography by Tom Beckett; "Decou-page," by Joseph Mazzat-ti, thru January. (755-2218) music l Music THE SOUNDING BOARD, St. Paul's Methodist Church, Hartford, Richard and Lee Wilkie, Jan. 17, 8 p.m. (562-3262) ;: UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD, West Hartford, Opera Preview, "Carmen," Jan. ll, 3 p.m., Millard Auditorium, (243-3429) BUSHNELL MEMORIAL, Hartford, The Hartford Symphony Orchestra, Guest artists: Bernard Lurie. violin; Harry Clark, cello. Works by FILM RATING GUIDE For Parents and Their Children GENERAL AUDIENCES All Ages Admitted FARENTAl GUIDANCE SUGGESTED Som MtMrW May Nat St Suitable For Pre Tttnaani It RESTRICTED Under 17 requites aceompenyine; ranxn or Adult Querdian rm m au one uimn i r wi J) (Aa limit may vary m certain anae 43 - MPAA Palace-Return ot Pink Panther 5:10, 8 45. Bananas 7:20. Jericho the Wonder Ciown 2 30. Rockvllle Showpiece 1 2-Return of Pink Panther 1:30. 7:15 Love and Death 3:30, 9: 1S.-WH-derness Family 1, X 5, 7, 9. Seuthlngten Queen Plaza-Jericho the Wonder Clown 1, 3 Cooley High 7:15, 9. Showcase-Dr. Syn 1:30. 4:30. 7:30. Treasure Island 2:50. 5:50,8:50. Stern Cellege-Mahogany I 4:15, 6 30, 9. Suffietd Jerry Lewis Wilderness Family 1, 3, 5, 7.9 Springfield, Mass. Cinema X-Americen Graffiti 1:30, 3:25, 5:20,7:15,9:10. West Springfield, Mats. Showcase Cinemas-Hlndenburg Z 4 35, 7:15. M.-Hustle 2 05, 4:40, 7:10, 9:40 -Kiiler Elite 2 30, 5 05, 1 35, 10: 10. -Lucky Lady 2 20, 4:50, 7:30, 9 50,-Snow White 12 30. 3 10, 5:10, 7:15, 9 20.-DO8 Day Afternoon I 4 40, 7:20, 10:05. DRIVE INS East Windsar-Remrn of me Pink Pan-tier 7 30 Love ana Dea'h 9 25. Farmtngton Enter the Dragon 7 Chinese Profwonais 8 55 Harttord-Pcter Proud 7 30. Where Does It Hurt 9:30 Pike-Chinese Connection 7. Fists of Fu-y 8 45 (Schedules art aublisnd at received from the theaters. The Cetwent is net re-spansiwe far latf-minute ctunges er nv csmptett listings.) III. Ml I IH Ill Title Holder Skating star Ken Shelley will show off the form that earned two U. S. National Championship titles when he appears with the Ice Capades at the Civic Center Jan. 20 through 25. He and bis skating partner, Jo Jo Starbuck, were U. S. Senior Pairs champions for three consecutive years (1970-1972), Ken also won the national men's singles event, giving him two positions on the 1972 Olympic team. Barber, Brahms, Ravel, Debussy, Jan. 14, 8:15 p.m. (278-1450) TRINITY CHURCH, Hart-ford, Concert of Chamber Music, Jan. 17, 8 p.m. (527-8133) GREENWICH PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, Greenwich High School, Greenwich, Jan. 11, 4 p.m. (869-8240) STAMFORD SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, West Hill High School, Stamford, Jan. 17, 8:15 p.m. (324-9944) THE PRAGUE MADRIGAL ANTIQUA, Unitarian Church, Westport, Jan. 17, 8:30 p.m. (227-2775) OPERA IN FOCUS, Educational Center for the Arts, New Haven, New Haven Opera Theatre, "The Spanish Hour," One act comic opera, Jan. 11, 3 p.m. (562-4092) V : NEW HAVEN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, Woolsey Hall, New Haven, Guests: Ruggiero Ricci, violinist; Phyllis Curtain, soprano, works by Schubert, Weill, Prokofiev, Strauss, Jan. 13, 8:30 p.m. (776-1444) PAUL MELLON ARTS CENTER, Choate Rosemary Hall, Wallingford, "All Chopin" piano concert by Leo Rewinski, Jan. 16, 8 p.m. (269-1113) theater COACHLIGHT DINNER Golden Globe Awards To Honor Films, Stars BEVERLY HILLS. Calif. (UPI) - The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has nominated five candidates in each of 25 movie and television categories for the 1976 Golden Globe Awards. Presentation of the Golden Globes equivalent to the American Oscars will be televised nationally from the Beverly Hilton on Jan. 24 by Metromedia Television. This is the 33rd consecutive year the awards have been made. : Winners will be selected in 16 motion picture categories and nine television categories. In the individual categories, nominees for best motion picture actress in a drama were: Karen Black for "Day of the Locust;" Faye Dunaway, "Three Days of the Condor;" Louise Fletcher. "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest;" Marilyn Hassett, "The Other Side of the Mountain;" and Glenda Jackson in "Hedda." For best actor in a motion picture drama, the nominees were: Gene Hackman, "French Connection II;" Jack Nicholson, "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest: " Al Pacino, "Dog Day Afternoon;" Maximilian Schell, "The Man in the Glass Booth;" and James Whit-more, "Give 'Em Hell. Harry!" Pictures nominated In var "1 Is SHIMS 1 V M THEATER, "Guys and Dolls," thru Feb. 29. (522-1266) CHATEAU deVILLE, East Windsor, "My Fair Lady" Jan. 16-Feb. 8. (525-1488) LONG WHARF THEATER, New Haven. "What Every Woman Knows," thru Jan. 21. (787-4282) THE HARTMAN THEA-TER, Stamford, "The Runner Stumbles," thru Jan. 18. (323-2131) HARTFORD STAGE COMPANY, Hartford, "Oh Coward" thru Jan. 18. (525-4258) PRODUCING GUILD, Hartford Ins. Group of Hartford, "Philadelphia Here I Come" Jan. 16-18, 22-25. (525-1731) YALE REPERATORY THEATER, New Haven, "Walk the Dog, Willie" Jan. 15-24. (436-1600) movies WADSWORTH ATHENE- UM, Hartford, "America on Parade," "The Jazz Singer," Jan. 14, 16; "Drums Along the Mohawk." Jan. 15. 17. (247-3695) HARTFORD JEWISH COM-MUNITY CENTER, West Hartford, "Smiles of a Summer Night," Jan. 17, 8 p.m. (236-4571) FAIRFIELD PUBLIC LIBRARY, Fairfield, "My Man Godfrey, " Jan. 15, 8 p.m. (259-8303) ious categories included "Barry Lyndon," "Dog Day Afternoon," "Jaws' '"Nashville," One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," "Funny Lady," "The Return of the Pink Panther," "Shampoo." "The Sunshine Boys," "Tommy," "And Now My Love," "Hedda," "Lies My Father Told Me," "The Magic Flute," and "Special Section." MacArthur Story To Be Dramatized LOS ANGELES (AP) -The long-planned film biography of Gen. Douglas Mac-Arthur has again l?een post' poned in favor of a stage version first. Producers Richard Za-nuck and David Brown announced that "I Shall Return," a dramatization of the late general's life by Stanley R. Greenberg, will open as a Elay In the spring and appear i major cities during 1976. The film makers of "Jaws" have long contemplated a film biography but it has been put off, largely because of the high cost of production. "I Shall RetunTwill-mark MCA's venture into live theater. The show business giant makes films for theaters and television under Universal Pictures. 'i 1 i THE BRITISH HHE CSmfflSl A Spectacular ! Royal Salute to America's 200 years of Independence PV HOT :::C2 1776 v'-j I I 1 iliiilnimiTiilnliniil l niUM Niiiiirniiml iiuiniium'inilllliiiilmii fl I nun I ij PRESENTED BV COLUMBIA ARTISTS FESTIVALS A LAVISH FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT! Over 150 strong, her Malesty's Royal Marinas and The tlock Watch will be reluming to our shores in their lint torn! appearance since 1776 to mark Great Britain's salute to American Independence This spectacular production highlights the many years of friendship between our two nations and features British soldiers In the actuol uniforms worn here dunng the Revolution with the famous songs of thai period-, an exciting display ot ancient swo'd dancing, precision marching and the chilling sounds ot the legendary pipes and drums ot The Black Watch All this, coupled with the glorious music ot the combined regimental bands ot the Royal Marine, and The Black Watch in their daullng regalio will prove to be one of the most memorable event j in this Bicentennial year. Only two Connecticut performances New Haven Coliseum-January 26, 1976 8:00 P.M. Hartford Civic Center-January Tickets: $4-$5-$6 (Children under 12, $1.00 less) Group rates available 25 minimum Tickets available at the New Haven Coliseum Hartford Civic Center and all Ticketron outlets Endorsed as the outstanding Heritage Project For January '76 by the American Revolution Bicentennial Commission of Connecticut. A RETURN TO ROMANCE NEW HAVEN COLISEUM WED. Feb. 4 thru SUN, FeUM rV.O.thru FRI.t 7:30 P.M. SAT: 10:30 A.M.-3 P.M.-8 P.M. SUN: 2 P.M. and t:30 P.M. RES: $4.50, $5.50, $6.50 YOUTHS (16 & UNDER): $1.00OFFonThurs., and Frl. Eves., and Sat. 3 P.M YOUTHS SPECIAL: HAIF-PRICE SAT. 10:30 A.M. 4150 STARRING: PirWApn ftWYFR nnA MR. FRICKI BOX OFFICE SALE STARTS JAN. 12 For fcif o and Group sales: HURRY! MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY! CUp otdmoii to: Kl FOUIK TICKET P.O. Box 1857, New Hoven, Conn. 06508 ADUIT Tickets at $ .........$ YOUTH Tickets at $ ''.;...''...,:....$ Plus Handling Chaff TOTAL AMOUNT ENCIOSf D $ .., 0 D Q For: DAY . DATE NAME.... I STREET... CITY ENCLOSE SElf-AOORESSED, STAMPED ENVELOPE Little Theatre of Manchester, Inc. (2 Tickets to each production) "And Miss Reardon Drinks A Little" February 20,21,27,28 "The Rose Tatoo" May Patron Showcase - September "Oklahoma" - November Studio workshop productions-newsletters SUBSCRIBERS $18 PATRONS $25 FOR DETAILS CALL: 643-4202 or 646-0657 27, 1976 8:00 P.M. f A . ft5. - k DEPT., .R COLISEUM .TIME D PHONE.. -rv 'WMMWeVI , ..... i i i i j ii ill rvr .m 1 A I I II !IIIfUl I TM-rVffTtV aVaVtW ..-..-"V'--v.r- SUBSCRIBE HOW! For The 1976 Season of the THE HARTFORD COURANT; Sunday, January 11, 1976 All BUSHNIU TICKETS art available al Bushnefl Box Offka (346-6807), O. Fox (349-9711), Shapiro's, Middletown (346-9295), and University of Htfd. (343-4708).. To order ticket by mail tend self-addressed stamped envelope with eheck eV'.V money enter payable loi Boshnell Memorial, Box O, r Station A.. Hartford. Conn. 06106. For instant ticket FTTJPT purchase call and charge to Master TODAY AT 2 AND 5 P.M. 4th Event-Bushnell Travelogue Series "GERMANY" M Color Film Personally Narrated by Dick Reddy EnW cAmnmhandva tour of from dynamic Berlin to. the fairy tale castles of King ludwlg -. Price) Orth. $3, $1.7J 1st Bal. $3, $1.75, $1.25) 2nd Baf. SU3 Bos Office optni'ot 12 noon. Tel. J46-6807. .j THURSDAY-JAN. 29-8 P.M. L .i i V . The powerful awardwinning por- trayal of the writer, humorist, and American Philosopher has been hailed as "One of the Treasures of the American Theatre" by Life. Magazine. Prices: Orchestra $7.50; 1st Balcony $7.50, $6.50; and Batco. ny $5,53.50. MAIL ORDERS ONLY! THURSDAY FEB. 5-8 P.ll. fltyflfiIt(Qr: LORIN MAAZEL, conducting STEPHEN GEBER, cellist Geminioni: Concerto Grosso for String Orchestra, Op. 3, no. 2 ' Boccherinii Violoncello Concerto Stravinsky: 'The Rite of Spring' . Tickets: Orch. or 1st Bal. $9, $8, $7.25. 2nd Bal. $5.50. $4.50., $4.25. Mail orders only. Send check or money order with self addressed stomped envelope to Bushnell Memorial, Box O, Station A, Hartford, Ct. 06106. -W nieLefjerKlary SAT., FEB. 14 Vf (VALENTINE'S DAY) , -v 7&9:30 P.M. - VS ,f U BUSHNELL MEMORIAL HALL M 4 - , Onha.hn S7 SO f t. t i Il.r Solcny 7.S0, $4.50; M XA ll Mbkmti, M $0. vS tV . TkWts ot Tlcliatran and I , W ftustirwHSoiOffk jaf""iNl fffli mo, yf " (J J a fJMBHKLaaaaaaaaatiaaaaBeaaaaaaiiiBBHaadl II II. 11 nil I V IJatir. I . i 1 1 i i -' 1 1 j . r i it Bi m . m m m - V H ek. iiv i ijuii ii " ' I I V I 1 1 r I I f flltl -m HARTFORD ll I V POPS" ORCHESTRA January 24, 1976 Two Generations of Brubeck DAVEBRUBECK ' and his sons Darius and Dan March 27, 1976 ARTHUR WINOGRAD, conductor PAUL RUTMAN, pianist featuring the Grieg Piano Concerto May 1, 1976 DELLA REESE stage-tv-recording star May 22, 1976 MARVIN HAMLISCH composer of The Way We Were adapter of Joplin for The Sting "POPS" Series Subscriptions Farterrt Bex $32 Orchestra $28 0-j 1st Eakeny $28, $24, $20 2nd Bclcony $U . ni,. . Check, payable re the Harfferd Symphony Orchettra. ihobl be' mailed ta Hortford Symphony v. uoiuj. rrtorte .e-i-JV rar 13F Charge. ir , Q I'f this laadino Eurooean nation SYMPHONY vo r All Performances o 8: 15 p.m., ; , , Bushnell Memorial Hall . - Orchettra. IS lewtt Street, HarttenL . girr ceniricares ana swaicnprteai

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