The Kansas City Times from Kansas City, Missouri on June 5, 1960 · Page 92
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The Kansas City Times from Kansas City, Missouri · Page 92

Kansas City, Missouri
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Sunday, June 5, 1960
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4D THE KANSAS CITY STAR. SUNDAY, JUNE 5. 1960. t THE AMU5EMENT 5CENE HOTEL MUEHLEBACH- Dining and dancing in the Cafe Picardy is to the rhythms of Tony Caracci and His Music Makers. The orchestra is augmented for late evening dancing. Peggy Clark plays the piano in Le Bistro. HOTEL BELLERIVE — The Ryhthm Room music has the label of the Ken Jones combo. He plays for dancing and listening. EDDYS* Jack Hilliard sings a variety mixture of top tunes of the day. Charles Jack Hilliard. Manna handles the laugh in terludes. Billy Williams does the music for the dancers. McPherson is at the organ and celeste. EDDYS’ AT THE PROM- Margo plays everything in the book on her piano in the Gaston Room. U-SMHuE MOTOR HOTEL— From 6:30 until 9 o’clock the Larry Wiley duo presents a dinner music program. Dance beats start at 9 o’clock and continue until 1 o’clock. THE KISMET—Jay McShann is the pianist in the spotlight. The Arabian Knights complete the evening with instrumenta tions in an atmosphere *of Araby. ALADDIN HOTEL — Joe Carder has a long and tuneful list of current favorites for the trade. BERKSHIRE HOTEL^ Henry O’Neill is the artist at the piano keyboard. His is a quality performance. KING LOUIE LOUNGE- The Steve Miller combo plays Wednesday through Saturday. COLONY STEAK HOUSE— A well-rounded program is presented by the Sammy Tucker-Marilyn Maye trio with Don Farrar. Vocals and instrumentals included. TRAIL HOUSE—Vic Luark does the organ music for the patrons who stop in for relaxation. THE NEW YORKER Eye collects tunes from Pete all HOTEL CONTINENTAL — IThe Don Roth trio, styled as •“America’s Musical Triumvi­ brate/* is the new featured en- over to please the listeners. JODY’S LOUNGE — The Big Bob Dougherty combo does the rhythms for matinee (2 until 6 o’clock) and night dancing throughout the week. TOWN ROYALE — Judie Ballow, the strolling accord! onist, is the new artist here. She plays anything that is requested. OSCAR’S LOUNGE — Jam sessions are Saturday matinee and Wednesday night. The Jimmy Dye trio alternates on the band stand with Bill Nolan and Ronnie Norman. Don Roth. . tertainment for diners in Le * Chateau C. Roth plays the ac_ cordion, piano,, vibraharp and • iflso sings. Johnny Lancaster is the percussionist and Bill BRANDING IRON — The varied beat is by the Frisco Five. They liven up the evening hours. NEW ORLEANS ROOM Red Welch and his boys play a lot of jazz at the matinee and night sessions. BLUE HILLS — The Black Angus Room features Monica Triska at the organ and piano. Dancing is Friday and Saturday. LA FIESTA—Les Copley’s orchestra will provide the music from 8 until 11 o’clock. There is a Sunday matinee from 3 until 7:30 o’clock. Dancing is Wednesday, Friday, Sat urday and Sunday. BROADWAY ROOM —Bob Dearborn* and his new combo alternate with Mary McGill at the Hammond in this Hotel Kansas Citian Room. Dancing is nightly. Special features are planned for the patrons. CLUB LA STRADA — The Bucky Wyzar trio is the attraction in the new club features. They specialize in Kansas City jazz. HOTEL PRESIDENT — Hal Cowan is back for the luncheon, dinner and late supper hours with organ selections that have a personal touch. PIONEER ROOM — Jerri Thompson’s pianistics offer a pleasurable change for evening relaxation. A COMEDY CONTINUES. 'The Little Hut" in Four More Performances. New York,. June 4. (AP) — Major Broadway stage producers are rarely content with their classics. They are not happy unless they have a minor item of future drama to contemplate during idle moments. For instance, major impresarios Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe and Moss Hart are now busily shaping lip new plays for next season. The first will be the comedy, “I Give It Six Months,” “The Little Hut," a Cabaret Players presentation at .the Gilded Cage theater, 918 East Linwood boulevard, is now playing in its second week. Featured in the cast of the Nancy Mitford translation of the gay French farce are Lois Dàniel, George Wasko, Mich Lois Danjel. ael Newton and Duke Howze, jr. The story tells of the complications in the 3-cornered shipwreck of a husband and his wife—and his wife’s lover. The play will run Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Curtain time is 8:30 o’clock with a sec­ ond show at 10:30 o’clock Saturday. Reservations may be made by calling JE. 1-9131. TO PRESENT A SHOW. Dancers In Two Appearances at Shawnee Mission. The Overland Dance Studio under the direction of Bill and Nina Molleson will present “The Dancing Darlings of 1960" at 8 o’clock Friday and Saturday nights at Shawnee Mission East high school. Future Dramas In the Works For th* finest in food, service, entertainment . , íM ■XTkUQÍtárO and rememberl EDDYS* ot the raOM 0|M« til* MARGO Ficm«-bor BEIXERIVE HOTEL 214 i. Armour llvd. 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