Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 23, 1974 · Page 86
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 86

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 23, 1974
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Broadway Play guide NEW YORK-W)- Summer visitors to Broadway will have a wide choice ampng'muitcal. costume en- tertainment, comedy and drama. Following is a guide to all attractions scheduled to COD- GEORGE WEIN PRESENTS THE THIRTEENTH ANNUAL ohio volley* TWO GREAT NIGHTS IN CINCINNATI'S RIVERFRONT STADIUM CONCERT T.V. CLOSE-UP... back by popular demand- Pesbivol FRIDAY. JULY 12 --8PM GLADYS KNIGHT THE PIPS THEOMAYS HERBIE HANCOCK TOWER OF POWER DONALD BYRD SATURDAY, JULY 13 -- 8 P M AL GREEN ELLA FITZGERALD THE CRUSADERS RETURN TO FOREVER THE JIMMY SMITH TRIO GENE AMMONS TICKETS: $10.00 (field seats), $7.50, $6.50, $5.50, reserved. (Per person, per performance). ON SALE NOW: III MIERS: Cimwtt) TjetetOf to, 29 W. Forth Si, CicMiti, Ohit 45212. UcteM ielli*««i stiMpci cnebft lift mfttacc. Ohio r«iidentl ctll UlMrM: 800-582-7384. -Other states 800-543-7313. ' For trM brochure write: Ohio Valley Jazz, 3522 Erie Ave., Cinti., 0. 45208 tinue through the vacation months. Included are theater address, story synopsis and main players; Unless otherwise noted, tickets for all performances are generally available up to curtain time. "A Little Night Music," Majestic, 247 W. 45th Glynis Johns, William Daniels and Herminone Gingold in musical about springtime romance the second time around. ' ' · ··- ·· "A Moon for the Misbegotten," Morosco, 217 W. 45th -- Smash hit revival of Eugene O'Neill's semi-autobio- . graphical drama, starring Jason Robards and Colleen .Dewhurst. Get tickets in advance. »· "Bad Habits," Booth, 222 W. 45th -- A brace of sharp- edged farces by Terrence McNally about affluent inmates of mental rehabilitation centers. » "Candide," Broadway, 53rd and Broadway -- Circu- sy. prize-winning reprise of Leonard Bernstein's score set to a new story line out of Voltaire. Scarce. » '"Don't Bother Me; I Can't Cope," Edison, 240 W. 47th -- Perky long-run song and dance look at some aspects CELEBRATION THE BAND : 5-.;"!; Locate: HUSICROT) AT Beulah Park Grove City. Ohio Show Begins At 10:00 AM " . . ' ' : ** - . . Gates Open At 8:00 AM ~ ' · · - ; - . ;., _ ; FESTIVAL SEATING ·- RAIN or SWINE : ' : . . TICKETS: $10.00ADVANCE $15.00 AT THE GATE - , · · ----·'' :. TICKETS WAILABLE AT · ' - ' . Sears Downtown . AAail orders now being taken by sending Money Orders Only along with a 50 C handling charge per order to: MUSICPARK 4th of July Celebration, c/o Central Ticket Office, 41 S. High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215. DIRECTIONS: Take 1-270 or 1-71- toward Columbus . to Beulah Park exit and follow signs. (Other Coming fwntsi JUL¥»:!?7th-ALUMAN E3ROTHERS BAND PLUS SUPPORTING SHOW AUGUST 31st-CRQSBY, STILLS, NASH YOUNG of ghetto life. » "Good Evening," Plymouth, 236 W. 45th - Whimsical sketches on assorted theme, devised and performed by Peter Cook and Dudley Moore. " » "Grease," Royale, 242 W. 45th - Rock V roll high school hi jinks of the 1950s, going strong in its third year. *· "Irene," Minskoff, 45th and Broadway -- Jane Powell chases nostalgic rainbows in another long-run musical. *· "Jumpers," Billy Rose, m W. 41st - Tom Stoppard's existential comedy starring Brian Bedford and some amazing acrobats. »· "Lorelei, "Palace, 1564 Broadway -- Carol Chaning does a mildly revised musical reprise of why "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes," » "My Fat Friend," Atkinson, 256 W. 47th - George Rose Drolley helps Lynn Redgrave solve a weight problem that complicates her romantic dreams. » "Noel Coward in Two Keys," Barrymore, 243 W. 47th -- Twilight etudes by the maestro of amusement, with Anne Baxter, Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy. *· "Over Here!,"Shubert, 225 W. 44th - The Andrews Sisters head a musical romp through the 1940s home front. Fairly scarce. Takes time out the week of July 8 for a visit to St. Louis, then returns. *· "Pippin," Imperial, 249 W. 45th - Youth goes on a melodic identity search at the court of Charlemagne, with Ben Vereen and John Rubinstein. Very scarce. "RAISIN," the 46th Street, 226 W. 46th - Tony .Award musical led by Virginia Capers, another trophy winner, about a black fami- IN tONCERr THI EDGAR WINTER GROUP WITH RICK DERRINGER SKCUL BESTS TOKMMKEl SATURDAY JULY 20 9P.M. CHARLESTON CIVIC CENTER TICKETS ON SALE NOW CIVIC CINTER «· »i MTHML aom onns St-MRmVUHATM MAIL ORDERS new wm, c/« erne cans IHMUSSTUIT, CI«USTO*.W.yU5301 MIL 348-8070 FOR RESERVATIONS KNOMFORMITION PRESENTED SY NATIONAL SHOWS UP mm ly's struggle for success. »·' "Scapino," Circle in the Square, 1633 Broadway -Jim Dale romps in harum- scarum farce about a chap who can solve all problems, based on Moliere's "Scapin." Very scarce. »· "Short Eyes," Beaumont, 150 W. 65th - Critics Circle prize play about a group of prison inmates who hold a court of justice of their own. *· "Thieves," Broadhurst, 235 W. 44th - Richard Mulligan and Mario Thomas in Herb Gardner comedy about what city life can do to a marriage. *· "Words and Music," Golden, 252 W. 45th - Lyricist Sammy Calm reviews those songs he's been helping make the hit parade for 40 years. Leading off-Broadway attractions include: "El Grande de Coca Cola. Plaza 9 at Hotel Plaza: "God- spell," Promenade, 76th and Broadway; "Moonchil- dren," De Lys, 121 Christopher; "The" Fantasticks," 181 Sullivan;. Special PerfmMM* MM. GOVERNOR'S TOUR of TRAVH WRITERS BACK AGAM BY POTULAR DEMAND AH EVENING OF SOLD GOLD FRIDAY JULY CHARLESTON CIVIC CEMTtR TICKETS ON SALE NOW cmc ana AM ALL NATMMAL snows wins C/O CIVIC CINTB, REYNOIK STUET » ASSOCIATION WITH PRODUCTION SUPERVISED BY JULES FISHER FRIDAY JUNE 28 8PM CHARLESTON CIVIC CENTER TICKETS ON SALE NOW CIVIC CENTtR AND ALL NATIONAL SHOWS OUTLETS '7.00®'6.00 '5XX) ALL SEATS RESERVED MAILORDERS 0 AV» tOWK, /0 CIVK CtNTW, KtTNOlOS STIBT, CHMUSTON, W. VA. 2530! SHOnTWJuneti, 1974 * ' . - ? CHARLESTON, W. VA., -..'L:'.: . f"'.i^XTf'\ · ·

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