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6 THE KANSAS CITY TIMES Monday. March 2 ». 1971 s- MUSIC HÜ in Mid-America ✓ KANSAS CITY civic ballet , other hand, deals with another kind of innocence, that of hip youth in the 1970s. For the Gershwin work, he called upon the services of Dr. Gerald Kemner, pianist and composer on the Conservatory faculty, who held the stage playing the piano through most of the action. The three female soloists, Elizabeth Hard, Kathleen Shriner, and Jean Sandquist, had solo variations in preludes for piano; Elizabeth Hard and Lanny Lea had an affecting duet in a “Porgy and Bess” medley, and the entire corps figured in the variations on “I’ve Got Rhythm” and the final “Rhapsody in Blue.” Tom Stvinhoff, managing director; Tatiana Dokoudovska, artistic adviser; Zachary Solov, guest producer and choreographer, Jay Decker, musical director. Guest artists: Jacques d'Amboise, Melissa Hayden, Marjorie Spahn, Christine Redpath. At the Music Hall. Program: Aoes of Innocence (Rhapsody, music by George Gershwin; Celebration, music by Frederick Delius and Claude Debussy), choreographed by Zachary Solov (Premiere); Sylvia pas de deux, music by Leo Delibes, choreography by Jacques d'Am­ boise; You Are Love, music by Jerome Kern, choreography by Jacques d'Amboise. By John Haskins The Star's Music Editor The Civic Ballet made a nice gesture in its annual spring presentation at the Music Hall on Saturday night, dedicating the entire program to the memory of the late Irmgard Altvater, who contributed two ballets td the company’s repertoire in recent seasons. In this 1971 presentation, with original works by Zachary Solov to form the heart of the program, there was to be seen a kind of coming-of-age (at 14, but Juliet and Romeo weren’t much older than that). The program was supported by the Missouri Council on the Arts, and it drew what was estimated as a three-quarters house. Whatever the count, the audience was a most appreciative one, whether acknowledging the work of Jacques] d’Amboise and his assisting guest artists, or our own homegrown dancers bringing off the premiere of Zachary Solov’s creation. The 2-part Solov work, “Ages of Innocence,” gave the program the most impressive unity remembered in recent Civic Ballet outings. As a whole the work deals with innocence, as the title suggests, and with youth, as the title implies. The first part, “Rhapsody,” uses music by George Gershwin in evoking the third time the work has been performed, and he expects to add that oomph the next time out. If there was a key to the success of the evening, it lies with Solov and the particular talent he has of assigning his dancers only what lies within their capabilities, while urging them to outdo themselves. That and the drill accomplished in his absence by ballet mistress Vicki Reid. This year the work of the corps de ballet is better than it ever has been, and the produc- Mrs. Margaret Newswoman-Author, Dies Salem, Mo. (AP)—Mrs. Mar- are two sons, Ray Vickery, a garet Ray Vickery, 57, Salem I former U. S. Navy pilot and a newspaperwoman and author of member of the Salem News and two successful books, died in her home of cancer yesterday. She was the wife of Robert L. Vickery, publisher of the Salem News and Post and a past president of the Missouri Press association. Mrs. Vickery’s books included a sugar and spice cook book containing illustrations and stories from this area, and Ozark Stories of the Upper Current River, which recorded many legends of the region. She also had written for more than 20 years a column for the j Salem News and Post under thej .title “Sugar and Spice,” and; tion values of the presentation was winner of state and were better. It really was a national prizes in photography. Post staff, and Robert Vickery, jr., a professor of architecture at the University of Virginia, and five grandchildren. Funeral services will be held today at the Spencer chapel in Salem. ])i Our 6 stores ore a part of the world's largest homefurnishings chain kind of coming-of-age, showing excellent promise for the future. Survivors beside her husband MICHAELS/STERN' EXCLUSIVE AT The^aface All 3 Stores 6oEXCiteD^t MOVvAq foto ¿Í Worn ¡nSwfsfete fez*! 200FRÊE GIFTS Mi Boss se.*.; The l«<- \0O LAOIES Collii) 'th'Tou.^V\ Q ¿Jaav^ OPff/V/VO uj *U RecRt\>e A FREE.*5 GIFT Certificat«. Th« £«ÙM0Qvûil\ ' SCARF fr0*1 T t/mvte»? 7%. Regi sfer For FRE£VRAWtf/G There was almost enough loaded into the “Rhapsody” to account for an entire evening. All the period cliches were there, danced out before a backdrop suggesting the fountain in Rockefeller Center Plaza, not excluding a Busby Berkeley line and a ballroom foxtrot executed by Lanny Lea and Elizabeth Hard (on pointe, yet!). It was fun. “Celebration,” the shorter work, had Tom Steinhoff as a youth in the park enjoying a dream in which Shirley Weaver was the agile focus, worked out to the beguiling music of Debussy’s “Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun.” They worked, sometimes almost dangerously, on a ramp and platform set which was itself impressive. Jacques d’Amboise and Melissa Hayden danced the “Sylvia” pas de deux with practiced ease, but with an occasional awkward moment that another rehearsal might have straightened out. They brought the house down, however. The “You Are Love” ballet, which d’Amboise choreographed to music by Jerome Kern, was nostalgia carried to its uttermost extent. All those grand old IT PAYS TO READ AND USE SUNDAY STAR WANT ADS mry msouciance of anolhCT age. t,jnes came marching8throughi the 1930», Celebration, on tne whj]e |10 played boy-and-giri with Melissa Hayden, Christine Redpath, and Marjorie Spahn.] There were duets, solos, trios.] quartets. Hayden did two versions of “I’ve Told Every Little] Star,” one straightforward in its] cuteness, one satiric and full of very effective business; with] d'Amboise she did a splendid: close-working duet on “Smoke] Gets in Your Eyes,” and there was many a fine moment right! up to the finale, which could use a little more oomph. This is the Gas Station Robbed By 2 Men Two men, one with a shotgun, held up the Clark service station, 4656 Prospect avenue, at 12:35 o’clock yesterday and escaped with an undisclosed amount of money. Alvin Enighes, an attendant J told police he was in the office when the two men approached and demanded money. Enighes j said after taking the currency from a cash drawer and two other employees, the men drove j north on Prospect in a 1955 red- over-white sedan. One of the employees, Dennis Montgomery, 23, fired three shots at the fleeing robbers, using a revolver kept in the station. Police did not knew whether the motor car or either of the men were struck. 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