Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 12, 1975 · Page 17
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Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 17

Freeport, Illinois
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Saturday, July 12, 1975
Page 17
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New At The Public Library Theater Freeport Area Summer Theater will present, the Anthony Newley-Leslie Bricusse musical "The Roar of the Greasepaint, the Smell of the Crowd" tonight and Sunday in the Winneshiek Playhouse. Curtaintime is 8:15 tonight and 7:15 p.m. Sunday. The Travel Light Theatre Company of Chicago will perform two contemporary one-act plays at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Laura Aldrich Neese Theater at Beloit College. On July 27 the Southern Illinois University Repertory Dance theater will perform in concert. ; " . -% • The New American Theater will open a nine-performance run of the light comedy "The Tender Trap" on Thursday in the Performing Arts room at Rock Valley College, Rockford..-.---' ••;•.•.. . : Jean Anouilh's fantasy; "Thieves' Carnival," will be presented by Beloit Court Theater tonight through Wednesday at Laura Aldrich Neese Theater on the Beloit College campus., • ' " r _ . ,v :• ' • The musical "Godspeli" continues at the Starlight Theater at Rock Valley College tonight and Sunday. For reservations, persons may call 226^2641 or 226-2600. Neil Simon's comedy ''Plaza Suite" continues at the Red Barn^Theater at the Wagon Wheel in Rockton through July 26. '.,-.,•' • ' -"Oklahoma" is being presented at^the Cabaret Dinner Theater at the Clock Tower Inn in Rockford through Aug. 17. ' . ^'Who Goes Bare'' is the production at Shady Lane Playhouse near'Marengo tonight and Sunday. ..•;•'• i "The Front Page" is being presented tonight and Sunday at Timber Lake Playhouse, Mount'Carroll. Reservations may be made by calling 244-8844. "The Mikado" will -bti presented Wednesday through July 27. The Wilson Street East Dinner Playhouse in Madison, Wis., is presenting/'-'The Owl and the Pussycat", through July 27. . • ";. ,: . Pearl Bailey will star in "Hello, Dolly" July 22 through Aug. 10 at Arie Crown Theater, Chicago. — > Summer Set Theatre II is presenting "Androcles arid the Libn,' 1 ^ a musical for children of all ages, Tuesday through Saturday at the Highland Community College theater. , '.':''"-*•'•'' Music - ; Barbi Ben ton will perform at 6:45 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday at Sportsman's Park in Chicago. :. • '•-.£-.. The Piper .Roads Spring Band wffl perform tonight ^nd^Sunday at Charlotte's Web in Rockford. On Monday, the Dillards, best known for their song "Flowers on the Wall," will perform. Gorky Siegel, a member of the Siegel Schwall Blues Band a few years ago, will appear Wednesday- through Sunday. , • Appearing at the Milwaukee Lakefront Summerfest tonight are Roberta Flack and Stanley Turrentine. . .\ ' :.">.'. The Freeport Concert Band is presenting a concert at 7:30 p.m. each Sunday in July in the Krape Park band shell. - - ' .. Art Displays The 17th annual Sidewalk Art Fair will be held today from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from lO^a.m. to'5 p.m. on Capitol Square in Madison, Wis. On Sunday, July 20, an arts and crafts show will be sponsored by the Jaycettes at the Lafayette (Wis.) County Fair at Darlington. ; "Art in the Park" will be held next Saturday and Sunday in Flora Park, Dubuque, Iowa. It is sponsored by the Dubuque Art Association and Department of Recreation. Variety The Lafayette County Fair, Darlington, Wis., will be held Thursday through Sunday - '-•'• : -' ••••••• : ' : ., . - .•'•-':.' ^ , , ''".' / The Bill Gelwicks Nature Center at Oakdale Nature Preserve is* open Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. \ Professional half-mile motorcycle racing will be held_at 8 tonight at the Winnebago County Fairground, Pecatonica. Coyer NO FINAL VICTORIES by Lawrence F. O'Brien. This is O'Brien's memoirs of a life spent in politics. flis life is interwoven with the Democratic Party, from Kennedy to Watergate. THAT'S ME IN THE MIDDLE by Donald Jack. Here are the further misadventures of Bartholemew Bandy, World War I Ace ex- traordinaire as he fights the war in Britain and France. THE TALLEST TOWER by Joseph Harris's;.'-A re-creation,of the late 180GX France was recovering from a humiliating war, arid Paris was chosen as the site for the Universal Exposition of 1889. THE PLACE OF STONES by Constance Heaven. A historical novel set in 1803 in France. Emma Tremayne becomes involved in a plot to exile Napoleon Bonaparte to save her lover arid her lather. PAUL AND I DISCOVER AMERICA by Daniel Fader. The journal of a trip across America taken by the' author's family in which he and his son's values about America clash as they both learn from the other. . WHITTON'S FOLLY by Pamela Hill: A gothic story of love, madness, witchcraft and tragedy set in the Scottish Highlands! Edmund Whitton encounters it all when he arrives from India to claim an estate. Our Business You look Good! — Te Have A Large Selection Of Frames— (CorrtctedCirf.) VtaHMtiatt • FraM RtiplacMMirt •Spttdy Rtpain -•• •CMtaCtUflMS Come In Soon For An Eye Examination!^ CONTACT LENSES EXPERTLY FITTID . • Softlens® contact lens (Poly Macon) • Hard Lenses . s • Flexinyl® Lenses •Sderal Lenses ' "" • Bifocal lenses • Cosmetk Lenses Appointments Save June! Member — BETTER VISION INSTITU1T H. J. Partott, Optometrist K&LOptical Lino Cnul Profpxnionnl EY? Care 10 West Main St. 232-271- ONE OF A HANDFUL OF GIRLS who have become a part of Freeport Little. League Inc. this year, 9-year-old Jill McKeever plays on the First National Bank team in the Continental League American division. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene McKeever, Freeport Route 3.-Journal-Standard Color Photo. ... Page 2 Freep<?rt Journal-Standard, Weekender, Saturday-Sunday, 'July 12-13, 1975 Great Gift Ideal

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