Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on September 3, 1972 · Page 62
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September 3, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 62

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Area cultural events scheduled The "season" as it is known is almost upon us. And cultural events w e r e never more in abundance. Charleston audiences can choose from among such diverse events as a concert by the Trinidad Steel Band, an art exhibit called "Color" or a night of opera featuring one of America's first ladies of song, Marilyn Home. Here's a complete roundup of cultural events scheduled for the Charleston area: (Abbreviations -- MHC -Morris Harvey C o l l e g e ; State--W.Va. State College: Tech--W.Va. Institute of Technology; CC-^ivic Center; MA--Municipal Auditorium.) SEPTEMBER 1--30--"Inward Eye" art exhibit, Tech 6-19--Invitational g r o u p show by Charleston artists. MHC 15--Porter W a g g o n e r Show, National Shows, MA 15-16-- Katherine Burnside art exhibit, State 20--Emme Kemp Trio, State 20--Lakeside Stuido art exhibit, MHC 24-T Rex Show, National Shows, MA 25-Oct. 9--f a c u i t y art show, MHC 27 -- Blackfriars one-act play, MHC 30 -- Rio Clemente Jazz Group, State OCTOBER 1-31- "Color" art exhibit, Tech 6--Mary Delle Thomas, instructor; L i n d a Shade, graduate, piano recital, MHC 8--Trinidad Steel Band, Stale 1114--"Look Back in Anger," Slate 11-30--Invitational water color show, all women, MHC 12-14-- "The Women," Kanawha Players, CC 14--Smetana String Quartet, Chamber Music Society MHC 18--Jethro Tull, National Shows. CC 18-Nov. 3-- John Nickerson of Blenko Glass, exhibit State 24--Charleston Symphony with violinist Sidney Harth MA 25--Coffee concert, State 27-28--Charleston Ballet premiere, CC --NOVEMBER 2-16--Katherine Burnside art exhibit, MHC 3 -- Philharmonic Choir, concert, MHC 4--Deller Consort, Chamber Music Society, MHC 4-5-- " A l a d d i n and His Magic Lamp," Children's Theater, CC S-22--Leon F. Hicks art exhibit, State 10, 11, 17, 18. 19. 24, 25-"Guys and Dolls" Light Opera Guild, CC 10-11--Blackfriars three- act play, MHC 12--The Carpenters, National Shows. CC 15-18-- Theater production Tech 17--Elton John, National Shows. CC 18--"Kiss Me Kate" with John Raitt. National Shows MA ' 19--New Liberation Jazz Group, State 21-Ja?.z concert, Tech 27-Dec. 15--Bill Meadows at»d Vernon Howel! of Bar t o u r s v i l l e , t w o - m a n a r t show, MHC 28--Charleston Symphony with Met Opera tenor Sandor Kenya, MA 30-Dec. 2-- "Little Murders", Kanawha Players, CC . . DECEMBER 3--"The Messiah," MA 4--Met soprano Marilyn Home, Community Music Assn., MA 4-18--Student-faculty a r t show, sale, State 9--"Sleuth"' with George Rose and David Haviland, National Shows, MA 9-10--"The Snow Queen," Children's Theater, OC 10--Christmas Concert, State Concert Choir 12--Christmas Concert, Tech Symphony Band. JANUARY 10-22--Caroline Richard art show, MHC 10-31--Paul Nuchims art exhibit, State 15--Student recital, State 19--"Applause" with Patrice Munsel, N a t i o n a l Shows. MA 25-Feb. 9--S t u d e n t art show, MHC 25-27--"The Gingerbread Lady," Kanawha Plavers, CC" 26--Dr. Henry Wolf piano recital, MHC 28--Charleston Symphony with Marion Davies, cellist FEBRUARY 2-28-R a y m o n d McNamara art exhibit, State 3--"Two by Two" with Shelley Herman, National Shows. MA 7--Cincinnati Symptony Orchestra, Community Music Assn., MA 14--Brass Ensemble coffee concert, State 14-28--Ann S h r e v e art show, MHC 17--Brass symposium and concert, State 24--Joerg Demus, pianist; Josef Suk, violist, Chamber Music Society 25--"Pagliacci", W. Va. Opera Theater, MA 28--D r a m a production, State MARCH 2-20-Della Brown Taylor art exhibit, State 14--Adelaide Woodwind Quintet, State 14--Coffee concert by jazz ensemble and college singers, State 15-17--"Play I t A g a i n , Sam", Kanawha Plavers, CC 16--Rochester Symphony Orchestra, State 17-18--"The Brave Little Tailor," Children's Theater, CC. 18-Men's ROTC glee club concert, MHC 18--Czech Nonet, Chamber Music Society, MHC 20--Charleston Symphony with pianist Edith Schiff and conductor Solon Michaelides. of Greece. MA 22-24--Weaving workshop with Beatrice Bannerman, State 23-Dr. Henrv Wolf, pianist, MHC 23-24-High school band clinic, Tech 24-High school choral festival, State 24--"Godspell," National Shows, MA 27--Van Cliburn, pianist. Community Music Assn., MA 30--Student solo recital Slate 31--"And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little" with Kim Hunter, National Shows, MA APRIL 1-5--Studio Seven of Parkersburg, art show, MHC 1-7--Spring choir tour, MHC 2-16--Speech, drama production, State 2-20-Dr. Leon F. Twiggs art exhibit, State 8--Dr. Charlotte Giles, pianist, State 11-13--Appalachian A r t s Festival (tentative), MHC 13-14--Charleston Ballet, "Visit to Hell," "La Grande Classique" 14--Borodin String Quartet, Chamber Music Society, MHC 18--Concert of student composition, State 23-May 8--S e n i o r art show, MHC 24--Charleston Symphony with talent winners Janet Gilmer and Catherine Ann Fus, MA 26--Blackfriars, one-act · play, MHC : 26-28--"Plaza Suite," Ka- ; nawha Players, CC i 29--Spring Choral concert, i State | MAY 4,5,11,12,13--"The Unsink- i able Molly Brown," Light Opera Guild, CC .' 6--"Bands in Concert" I symphonic and jazz, State i Question Box Q.--David Frost is so wonderful as an interviewer. Isn't there some way we can get him back on TV in that capacity? I really miss him.--Mrs. U. E.. Orangevale, Calif. A.--David Frost has no intentions of returning to TV with a talk show at this time. He said he had exhausted that part of his career and now plans to expand his horizons. TV is not altogether out, however, for Frost still headlines his syndicated comedy show and he plans specials for the future. Q---I was very surprised to hear thai Robert Reed, who plays the dad on "The Brady Bunch," was E. G. Marshall's son in real life. I never heard tills before. Why don't they publicize this fact?--.1. S.', Sa'n Antonio, Texas. A.--They don't publicize it because it isn't so. Robert Reed played E. G. Marshall's son in the fine TV dramatic series, "The Defenders," some years back but they are not related in real life. Q.--I saw the movie, "Come Back, Little Shcba," on TV and I thought it was terrific. The acting was superb. Did Shirley Booth play this part ofh the stage too? Also, did she win an Academy Award for this film? If she didn't, she should have. --Mrs. T. T., Albany, N.J. A.--An Oscar was awarded to Miss Booth for her performance in the film "Come Back, Little Sheba." Miss Booth played the part on the stage opposite character actor Sidney Blackmer. Crossword Puzzle CRYPTOQUIP Today's Cryptoquip clue: J equals P I K T W G K A E S G H G S G K G E M V W N I H M V J G S T D G H B T C J T A N T C A D B Answer for Sunday, August 27, Cryptoqnlp: OPPONENT'S UNFORTUNATE TENACE FOULED UP DECLARER'S CONTRACT. ACROSS 1. Showy flowers (short.) 6. French river 11. Faint trace 16. German city 11. Ad'hercnt i of [ Arius | 18. Danish ; seaport 20. South : American j river 21. French orientalist 22. Nullifies 24. Incarnation of Vishnu 25. Sunshade 27. Broad sashc.s 29. A tissue 30. Girl's name 31. Crooked 3~. News- paperitem 33, Diamond girl 34. Part of a bottle 36. Prima donna 37. A sinker (Angling) 39. Corrida cheers 40. Wealth 49* 42. Traveler's haven 43. Stick 45. Require 46. Bundles 47. Turkish regiment 48. Skoal, etal. 51. More wan 52. Elevates 56. Otherwise called 57. Romeo slew him 58. Dried fruit 59. One: comb, form 60. Frees 61. Pinnacle of glacier ice 62. Semites 63. Wild goat 64. Miss · Arden 65. Was concerned 6(5. Fragrance C7. Chic J8. Loses hope 70. Gratings 71. E x t e n d across the front 72. Unctuous 73. Consecrate 74. Ancient Irish capital 75. Depart! 78. Censura harshly 79l English poet 83. Avouch 84. Testify 86. Venetian magistrate 87. Sleeveless garments 88. Oriental coin 89. Northern sea 90. Roused 91. Wayside haven 92. Grafted (Her.) 94. Panthers 95. Emptiness 97. Medicinal plant 98. Tells 100. Greek letter 102. Occurs 104. A craving 105. Choral composition 106. Removes to a distance (var.) 107. Repair a lawn 108. Accumulate 109. Peewee DOWN 1. Make a faco 2. Russian river S.I love (L.) 4. Ten times: a prefix 5. The ivory gull 6. Yacht basin 7. Common contraction 8. Encircle 9. Aeronautic org. 10. Uplifts 11. High explosive 12. Fateful date 13. Not pos. 14. Insect 15. Girl's name 16. More courageous 19. More wriggling 20. Female figure in prayer posture 23. Mud volcano 26. Firn 28. Kind of statement 32. External 35. Site of Dodge City 36. Club charges 37. Tree trunks 38. Claws 39. Its capital is Columbus 41. Hardens 42. Acid in apples 44. Woman of title 46. Unit of pressure 47. Island off Venezuela 48. Allowed for container weight 49. Martini garnish 50. Assistants 51. Peels 52. Baby carriages 53. A son of Japhelh 54. January, in Madrid 55. Three score 57. Delia's boss 58. Goads 61. Soared 62. Ascend 63. African antelope 65. Man in Genesis 66. Sharp mountain crest 67. Withered 69. Indigent 70. Tumbler 71. Man's nicknama 73. Flowers 74. Perennial song favorite 75. More inferior 76. Made level . 77. More considerate 78. Blemish 79. Norse god 80. City in Texas 81. Ecclesiastical laws 82. Serfs 85. Expunged 86. Give 90. Bet 93. Comfort 94. Food fish 95. Interdiction 96. Ivy League college 97. Egyptian sacred bull 99. Poet's word 101. Witty saying 103. American author Aver«f4 time of lolutlon i 60 minute*

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