Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 20, 1972 · Page 32
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August 20, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 32

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oH--Augim 20, 1972 Sunday HBetf*Ma*» Broadway Star S.C. Student's London Date A South Charleston High School student studying drama in London little more this summer got a than he bargainee CAROLYN'S SCHOOL OF DANCE with Studios at 601 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. 342-0479 under the direction of CAROLYN HANLY HURT Registration: AUGUST: 30 thruS.pt. 1st Limited Enrollments Classes Resume Tuesday, September 19th Previous students mjiv register hv phnnine th* Stndi" .·i-!'J-iM79 !' a.m. tn 4 p.m. Nw students apply in person 81 Ihes!udin2!n4p rn. * Ballet * Acrobatic * Jan * Tap if Majorette CLINE MUSIC QUALIFIED INSTRUCTORS PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE SPECIALIZING IN PIANOS FOR THE PAST 24 YEARS Choose From LEADING BRANDS ORGANS . . . BAND IN. . STEREOS . . . BOOKS PIANOS . . STRUMENTS ... BATONS... ACCESSORIES ^"·^^"^·^·"··^··^^^···^·^^^^^^·^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^"·^^·····"^····^······Hl STORY CLARK ... KOHLER CAMPBELL ... GUIBRAN- SEN ... HOBART M. CABLE ... MARTIN ... 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"We talked for a while and she was very down-to-earth and friendly," he recalled. "Not ai all the way she seems on stage.' So young Johnson asked Miss Stritch to go out with him. To his amazement she accepted. "We went pub-hopping," he said. "That's very popular in London." Greg also bought the performer two dozen yellow roses, which in England cost $2.50. Greg was so elated by his experience that he called home from London to tell his folks about the "date." After fuming for a while over the cost of the call, his father--Carl Johnson, president of the Light Opera Guild--relented. "After all," he said, "it's not every day your son gets to take out a Broadway star." Your Performance Part of the Price By James Carnes Used to be, you went to a show to be entertained. Now, it seems you go as much to enter- to :ain the entertainers as well. Performers today, especially rock performers, demand show from their audience in exchange for a show from the artists. Witness the James Gang. The dolling Stones. Alice Cooper. The James Gang admits it needs to have an audience on its eet, swaying, clapping, moving to the music in order to be sure the show is all right. The Gang practically demands audience response. Mick Jagger, -whose performances with the Rolling Stones have led to some pretty grim audience response, has tamed the show quite a bit, but on the recently completed U.S. tour, he still had to have a jumping crowd at his feet. Alice Cooper, as nearly everyone knows by now, is a different breed of cat. But he, too, needs an audience show in order to perform. Before and during his group's appearance in Charleston last Tuesday, Cooper said, "I like to see the audience perform. When throw the money or spray them with beer, they put on a show for me. I dig it." DURING HIS performance at the Civic Center he commented, "You're crazier than I am. I get paid for this, but look alt you." 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