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CO Plans Under Way IC1 Joins APA For Tony Awards Hope for Pact On School Aid Albany, May 4 (AP) Republican and Democratic leaders Preparations are being made by the League of New York Theatres SHOW BUSINESS Bolshoi Lists Variety Bill for Met Finale A grand promenade by 106 dancers of the Bolshoi Ballet and 40 guest dancers and choreographers will close the Metropolitan Opera House on Sunday evening. for a Tony Awards ceremony to be held either June 12 or 19 at a Broadway theatre. The annual 75i iff: 0 4 I talked hopefully of compromise tonight as the Senate passed a awards dinner scheduled for June was canceled after the death of GOP plan to raise state aid for education by $98 million to $1,366 Among the guests, -who will be 0Q seated in boxes during the earlier part of the evening, will be American Theatre Wing President Helen Menken in March. Miss Menken was in recent years the organizational force behind the awards, established in 1947 by the Wing to honor the memory of its first board chairman, actress-director Antoinette Perry. Cuba Housewife Has Quadruplets Miami, May 4 (AP) Quadruplets were born today to Cira Garcia, 30, a housewife, at Calixto Garcia Hospital in Havana, the Cuban radio reported.

The father, a a billion in the next school year. The Democratic-controlled Assembly last month had approved two Democratic bills embodying a rival plan for a $96-million increase. Negotiations had failed to resolve differences. But Democratic senators joined with the GOP majority in voting for the Republican plan, with the understanding that a settlement would be forthcoming soon. The basic disagreement has been over treatment of communities that tax and spend for school purposes below levels deemed adequate by the state.

choreographers Martha Graham, Agnes de Mille, Michael Kidd and Antony Tudor. Variety Show The evening's program will open with a lecture by dance critic John Martin about the history of ballet at the Met, illustrated by slides and film clips. After this, Maya Plisetskaya will dance "The Dying Swan." Following an intermission, the first act of "Don Quixote" will be danced with Miss Plisetakaya and Vladimir Tikhonov in the leads. The third part will be made up of seven dance bits, concluding with the finale of "The Nutcracker." Although this will mark the end of the opera house, the Bolshoi company will return to town to give seven performances at Madison Square Garden, May 17-22. ANNE FRANCINE has joined the expanding APA Repertory company and her first role is in the current "You Can't Take It With You," which is in its closing weeks at.

the Lyceum Theatre. Jose Marcos, 39, is a farm worker and the couple, married IS AP years, have three other children, according to the newscast Fuchs in Fall Show Comedian Leo Fuchs has been signed by actor-producer Jacob Jacobs to play the title role in "The Poor Millionaire," a musical by Sholom Secunda scheduled to open in October at the Anderson Yiddish Theatre. Fuchs has been away from the Yiddish stage for three seasons. monitored in Miami. The mother and babies, three boys and a girl, are doing well, the radio said.

Newcomer Betty Beaird has joined the "Just for Openers" revue at the Upstairs at the Downstairs. Added Attraction Larry Roquemore of "Half a Sixpence" and his wife, dancer Betty Jenkins, late of "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever," became the parents of a girl Monday. The newcomer has been named Laurie. i MAmA li.hu i mmmAWi Timiri ToumanoTt In at thm finish dancers Alicia Markova, Mia Slavenska, Alexandra Danilova, osmium thraSun.May 15 Ready for 'Action The box office of the Broadway Theatre will be fully staffed from noon to 8 P.M. Sunday to handle ticket sales for "A Time for Singing," musical scheduled to open May 21.

The show, beinjr produced by Alexander Cohen, is based on the novel, "How Green Was My Valley." i Produced John Ringing North Directed by Richard Barstow Roy Is Back Ray Middleton has returned to his role as the innkeeper in the musical "Man of La Mancha," at the ANTA-Washington Square Theatre, after a two-week concert tour of the Midwest. OPEN EVERY SUNDAY Tamara Toumanova, Maria Gam-barelli, Andre Eglevsky, Igor louskevitch and Jose Greco and Tuts. Wed. Thurs. 2 A 7 JO PM Fri.

A Sat. 2 A 8:30 PM Sun. 1 30 A 6 PM fno perf. Mon. Red.

J2.50, $3. $4. S. $6.50 AdmlssiM Includes SIDE SHOW and MENACEBIE One Hoar Before Skew Time Children (Under 12 years Half-Price Tues. tnni fri.

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at 8:30 BROOKLYN OPERA COMPANY RIGOLETTO Setva taleia.Lvinne-Lo Monace-Cernell 1 SJ Itu. $3.50. 00. 32.50. S2.00 Pence Cl Opening for men and men RUMBA.

TANGO. MAMBO, CHA-CHA. FOXTROT, WALTZ. DANCE CLUB and Discatftcqua. Professional Instructors YWCA membership required S4.00 yr.

CCNTBAl BRANCH YWCA U.ineloa ot 53rd rl. 5-4 500 BROOKLYN ACADEMY OF MUSIC I liVArtni ST J-SJUO On fe Theatre Directory ENGAGEMENT EXTENDED THRU JUNE 25 1 SCi 0U SHOWS 5ATUtDAT I'KRH. IIO Kerr, Trib 11. IIOI.KKIHIK ARK TWAIN TONIGHT! LONGACRE 220 W. 48th St.

2-S639 MAMMOTH STlPtes (0MW Evas, at 30. Mats. Sat. at 2:30. Wed.

at 2 AMERICA- GREATEST MlflCAL HIT! HCLVCbK RtKiEKS tn ELL. DOLLY! MAIL ORDERS FILLED: All Eai. SI 0. 05. 7.50.

6.90. 5.75. 4.S0. 3.60. Mats.

Wad. 4. Sat. $6 25. 5 50.

4. SO. 4 30. 3.80. 3 00.

ST. JAMES W. 44th Strait. 613-5850 "COURTROOM FUNr-" ffrr. Trih.

"CHEERS: RUSH TO THE MUSIC BOX THEATRE." Leni. ne Man. HRAY MM. I. AND in the new hit! OSTTLE WITNESS MUSIC BOX 239 W.

45th St. 246-4636 El. at 8:30. Mate. SaL at 2:30.

Wed. at 2 HUPSOM UVEo STAGE SEAT NOW AT BOX OFFICE i i ts. ivi v.tr ti AM. EI. A LANSBL'BY as A .4 Vfir WINTER GARDEN.

A SOtfc St. 245-4878 WW SEASON EXTENDED THRU JI'NE IS TllK CAUCASIAN CHALK '1K'LE HKPEKlliKY THKATER 'F LINCOLN t'EXTKF Evas, at 8: Sua. at Mats. Sat Saa. at 2 Vivian BeauaMBt 15 W.

65 SL 362-7616 Latecomers Seated Only At First Interval "A HIT! ALAN KING ISPERFECT." Raids, Setctiouse Xeicsps. TAI.AN KINi in HE IMPOSSIBLE YEARS The Xeic Comedy HUT PLAYHOUSE. W. 48 St. E.

ef B'any. 245-C06X Evas, at 3 40. Mats. Sat. at 2 i.

Wed. at LAST 3 WEEKS FINAL PERF MAY 21 "ROBERT PRESTON AND ROSEMARY HARRIS ARE SUPERBLY TRIUMPHANT." N'ori. Metes ROBERT PRFTttN ROSEMARY HARRIS in HE LION" IN I ER AMBASSADOR 215 W. 49 St. 2X5-1855 Evas, at 6 J.

Mate. Sat, at 2 J. Wed. at 2 ALL N. Y.

ORAM A CRITICS ACCLAIM! "B'WAK'S NEWEST COMEDY SAJST iURHKR presents EDDIE PAT BRACKEN HINUI.E Tan A EIL Af OX'S Xeic Comedy Bit! HE ODD Directed A MIRK PLYMOUTH THEA, W. 45th St. 246-9I5C Er. at 8 30. Mats.

Sat. at 2 30. Wad- ad 2 OPFV MXV SKTS VOW BARGAIN PREVIEWS BEGIN MAV 12 EVfiS MAY 12 thr MATS MAV 14 (Sold Out'. EVGS 17 j. 5 50.

4 50. 4 00. 3 SO, 300. IS.St. 5.00.

4 00. 3 50. 3.00. 2.50. ATIMK FOR 2 fie Musiral BROADWAY THE A 1611 B'ay.

247-7942 "BO ANTIC-M ERRV-GO-ROUND" Ttinrt E1PL0UISG WITH I.AlUH I FN l. ITS A 3rd HlLAHlUI YEAR! NY WEDNESDAY GEORGE ABBOTT W. 54 St 56-3787 (54111 Strt Btarn Ctti A 7tk Ara nv 140. Man. Sat.

2:40. Sun. 3. Wra 2 AT. THIS SUN.

4V EVERY 8UH. ATJI P.il. tl WyHfr.Trib. AHKFIKIT IN THE PARK The Com'dv Smash BILTMORE THEA. 261 W.

47 St. SK2-5340 Ett at 8 JO Mat. Sat. at 2 30. Wad.

at 2 BEST SPATS AVAIL. MOS. thru Rl Blast PKRrs'f Kns sesi S. HUROK amanta III5HOI BALLET TONIGHT. 30: D.a Quiiet.

TOM W. 1:30 A 2 30 I JO: Tka NulcrKkrr. SUN. 1:30: Gala Finala mktkopoi.it an orr.R norsE "THF. TOP rOMFKY HIT OF THE We Mao.

STAMINO ONLY 6 MORE PFRE-! "Get ta the City Center far ana af the me! eajoyafcla eveaiast the tawn can ITor. Hail Seta Blf.T.T I.FF. PE WOLFE GOTHMAV In Frank Loeuer A Abe Burrows' Musical 1W TOSICCKKDIN tJLSl.NESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING "SEASON'S FIRST MUSICAL HIT." Sadei orld-2 eleoram LERNEB A LANE MUSICAL HIT ON A CLEAR DAY YOU CAN SEE FOREVER starring BARBARA JOITN HARRIS CI I.I.I Malt Orders Filled PRICES: Ore. $10-95: Men. $9.25: Bale.

SS 25. 7.25. 6 25. 5 25 Mats. Wed.

A Ortk. $7.50: Mezz. $6.25: Bale. $5.73. 4.75.

4 25. List alt. dates. MARK HELLINGER. 237 W.

SI St. PL 7-704 I V5, i May 11-22: Preview May 10 THE MOST HAFfT FELLA ARTHUR GODFREY'S FAVORITE EXOTIC and her K5 May 2 5 -June 6: Preview May SA WHERE'S CHARLIE? The Most Important Flaw ml Out Tiaae! AH STAR REVUE "UPROARIOUSLY FUNNY. MOST TOUCHING." Xadel. World Tele. Sun PHILADELPHIA, HERE I COME! A -Veir Play MAIL ORDERS FILLED: Mea-Thors.

SS 60. 5.50. 4.6. 3.90. 3.45, 2 80.

Fri. A Sat. Ev. $7.2. 6 60.

5.50. 4 60. 3.90. 3 45. Mats.

Wed. A 14 8ft. 3.90, 3.45. 2.80. 2.20.

HELEN HAYES 2IB W. 46 St. 246-6380 HE ROYAL HUNT OF THE SUN June 8-26; Preview June 7 GUTS DOLLS in the comedy hill ACTl'S FLX)VEK Evas. 8:30. Mats.

Sat. Saa. 3. Wed. 2 ANTA THEATRE.

245 W. 52ad St. CI C-C27S mrrrtei by ABE BURROWS MAIL ORDERS: Evfi $7.50. 0. 5.75.

4 00. 3 SO Mt. Sat. S5.75. 5 25.

4 80. 4.30. SO. ROYALE St.W.et ay245-570 EST MUSICAL INS-IT DHAKA CRITICS PRICES $4.95. $3.95.

S.45. 2-7S. 1.95. Prev. Prices $3.95.

3.45. 2.73. 1.95. 1.00. En.

lael. Sua. 1:30. Mats. Sat.

A Sun. 2 30 N.Y. CITY CENTER. 121 W. S3 St.

Cir. 6-810S LAST 3 WEEKS! THE PI LITZF.R PRIZE WINNF.R. MAI KEEN CHESTER. OtilLLIVAV MORRIS HE SUBJECT WAS ROSES "A CAPTIVATING MUSICAL! FUNNY AND PACKED WITH ENTERTAINMENT." Chapman, Sews SJI LIE HARRIS in KYSCRAPER Broadway's Totcerino Musical Laid- Feataaae 205 W. 46 St.

586-5553 Eri. at 8 30. Malt. Sat. at 2 JO.

Wed. at 2 FAND TONY AWARDS HF.KSt'nF.L RF.KN.AKDI inDI.KR ON THE HOOK A MLRICAS MOST A'TLAIMEP Ml'SlCAL BELASCO W. 4th Street. 544 754 Ewjs at 8:40. Mats.

Sat. 2:44. Swa. 3. Wed.

2 "A SHEER. JOY'" Wft Mem ARIOl Xadel. World Tele. "A FINE FLASH OF BRILLIANCE TO THE THEATRICAL SEASON. AN INCOMPARABLE CAST." t'hapman Xeirn LIMITED ENGAGEMENT ENDS JUNE II I JOHN VIVIEN GIELGI LEIOH A SHUBERT 225 W.

44th Street. 246-5190 Evti. at 8:30. Mats. Bat.

at 2 JO. Wed. at 2 UirecUnl br JKRO.MK BOBBINS IMPERIAL W. 45th Streat. 265-2412 Cl.

at 1:30. Mats. Sat. at 2:30. Wad.

at 2 THE FABI I.OI MI SICAL. HIT! WAIT A MINIM! The Musical Smash For Eceryoma STARTS TOMORROW FMIMI 44IHV I'llll, HIF IIESMIINn FORK TTNNY GIRL GOLDEN 252 W. 451 St. 744-4748 Ei as. at 8 -44 Mats.

Sat. at w4 at SPEC. PERF. THIS SUN. AT JO-Atter FasuJ cunA MAJESTIC W.

44th Strati 248 0730 E. at Mate. 2:30. Wed, at 2 "HILAR lOFi I COMIC FTN Ftfitrnn Mam. Tele.

"THE BEST MUSICAL THIS SEASON." h'auffmann. Times "SUPERMAN IS STRICTLY FOR GOOD. CRAZY Surer, D.P.I. ITS A BIRD ITS A PLANE ITS SUPERMAN The yete Musical Comedy ALVIN 250 W. S2ad Street.

245-5226 Ets. at 8:30. Mats. Sat. at 2:30.

Wed. at 2 AOUITIONAI. PERFORMANCES Bet- Sua. May 29 Matiaea every Sua. at 2 H'day part.

Maa. May 30 Mat. 2 JO. Ev. 8:38 iKik e.h ai linn jJEJl2 "ENORMOIS ENTERTAINMENT." Mcf taim.

Jrl. Amer. LEE REMICK in AIT UNTLL. DARK BARRYM0RE 24S W. 47 St I4S-BS9B A Rocky Presentation GHFNRT FIIMIA in ENERATION ttrnttdirtati' Kert Onmetiv Rmamh MARVELETTES UNANIMOUSLY ACCLAIMEO COMEDY HIT! BARBARA LARRY GABRIEL.

BEL CEUOES BLYOEN OEM. LU tnd HILARIOUS YE ART by MURRAY SCHISiiAI. directed by MIKE NICHOLS BOOTH W. 43tk Street. 24C-59C9 Ems, at 8:40.

Mats. Sat, at 2:40. Wed, at 2 "MUSICAL THEATRE AT ITS FINEST, ANYWHERE. A TRIUMPH." Varer. r.P.l.

MAN OF La MANCHA A New Musical Plow ANTA WASHINGTON SO. 49 W. 4 St. fir A St. bet.

Wash. Sq. et B'wayi EeSS.TlHM.-Sat. S--30. Mts.

Sua. Wed. 2 tvas. Ml. aiass.

Sat. A May 3d. 2 :34. Wed. 2 BILLY STEWART M0R0SC0 217 W.

45 Street. 246-6230 Ea. at 1:31. Mats. Sat.

at 2j30. Wad. at 2 "UTTERLY DELIGHTFUL. VIVACIOUS LAST 7 WEEKS FINAL PERF. JUNE IB "A COMEDY OF WARMTH.

HUMOR ANB VITALITY." Watts. Port PERCY SLEDGE rfarr AND CHARMING MUSICAL." Oaver. VPI HTOXY TANNEB in the mueiral ALF A SIXPENCE YTHE APA Rcaartery Caaiaaay OU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH TOTJ By Mens Hart aad Caurae S- Karfaaa SPINNERS l.oulawtcn ROBERT PARKER "A JOYOUS. BAWDY ROMP." Cue. Mag.

SC.TA EN VERDOX as TYEET CHARITT .4 rw Musical Comedy PALACE way at 431b St. 757-3624 Evas, at SaBB SBasm SAsda. BaA, m. Wad, 1 LYCEUM 454k ST. E.

SF B'WAV at2-3aV77- BROAD HURST W. 44th 8t. 24d-C99 Seaja. a tMWat. at -t.

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