The Peninsula Times Tribune from Palo Alto, California on November 27, 1965 · 31
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The Peninsula Times Tribune from Palo Alto, California · 31

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Theater . . . Arts Opera group sets auditions Monday The West Bay Opera Association will hold auditions Monday night for several solo roles in three operas to be presented as the final' production of the season in May. The amateur opera-producing company will end its 10th anniversary season on May 20, 21 and 22 with Act I of Beethovens Fidelio" (to be sung in German), Act II of Verdis II Trovatore (in Italian) and Act II of Mozart's The New director for French festival PARIS tfl The Theater of Nations festival, a summer event here since 1954, has a new director and new headquarters. ' Jean Louis Barrault is now overseer of the enterprise, re-'placing A. M. Julien, who launched the festival and continues in an honorary capacity. Exhibits by visiting groups are to be staged in Barraults Theater de France, instead of at the Sarah Bernhardt. Marriage of Figaro (in English). Henry Holt, general productions director, announced auditions for the following roles in the three operas: Fidelio Leonore (soprano), Jacquina (tenor). Mar-cellina (soprano) and Rocco (bass). II Trovatore" . Leonora (soprano), Manrico (tenor), Count dl Luna (baritone), Azu-cena (contralto) and Ferrando (bass). Figaro Susanna (soprano), Figaro (baritone), Cherubino (soprano), Count Almaviva (baritone). Countess Almaviva (soprano) and Antonio (bass). The auditions will be from 7-10 p.m. at the Social Hall of the Palo Alto Community Theater, Middlefield Road and Melville Avenue. WANDERLUST ; CATCOTT, Eng. (UPI) -A 15-year-old boy here has the wanderlust in a bit way. After Jonathan Davies disappeared from his home Friday, his parents found a note he left saying:' Gone to Australia-back in 10 years. He took his automovie if Phan azzasst NOW! 3 BIG HITS Rat at 10:00 Bridge at 7:05 Stranger 12:00 is a Conversation piece! GEORGE SEGAL TOM COURTENAY JAMES FOX DENHOLUELUOTT HIOOliiiBSTIOIG FffisciunEJL-JAMES DONALDrtJOHN MILLS CO-FEATURE ALEC EUINNESSJACK HASNKINS THQBRiDSe ONVHeSKf RiVBRIlWAi isummuim BONUS HIT STEVE McQUEEN NATALIE WOOD Love With The Proper Siranger 3 Kin of Yeals PALO ALTO TIMES, SATURDAY,-NOV. 27, 1965-31 Harp, song recital due A concert covering six centuries of harp and song will be presented Tuesday, Nov. 30, at Stanford University by Grainne Yeats, daughter - inlaw of the noted author and poet William Butler Yeats. Mrs. Yeats is one of the few remaining Irish harpists. She is on her first American tour, but she is widely known in Britain and Europe for her concerts, radio and television appearances. Her Stanford appearance will be the final presentation of the Tuesday Evening Series for the fall quarter. Admission is free to the 7:45 p.m. recital at Dinkeispiel Auditorium. . Mrs. Yeats, who teaches Irish harp at the Royal Irish Academy of Music in Dublin, specializes in music of the 18th and 17th centuries. She has a repertoire of more than Irish harpist Grainne Yeah This Was liurlesque proves surprise hit NEW YORK lit - Surprise hit of the summer theatrical season was This Was Burlesque, a show which ran off-15 roadway three years but had only indifferent success when it moved to the Great White Way. The nostalgic variety exhibit proved such a draw that two companies are already booking for tandem tours next summer. TV EXECUTIVE DIES TYLER, Tex. (UPI) Willard L. Cobb, general manager of KALB-TV in Alexandria, La., 200 songs, both with and without harp accompaniment. Among her offerings will be the haunting 14th century Tristan's Lament and Prelude of the Sait. . 31-STRINGED HARP She uses a 31 - stringed Irish harp, about three feet high, a modernized version of the instrument that the legendary Irish harpists have used for a thousand years. Her instrument was custom-built by Daniel Quinn of Dublin, one of the few remaining crafts- jj men in this waning trade. i Mrs. Yeats program also jj will offer, a new song cycle j composed recently for her by ! Brian Boydell, Irelands leading contemporary compos- i er, based on works by her famous father-in-law, Yeats. I She also has programmed songs from the time of. the first Elizabeth, Irish traditional tunes in Gaelic and English, and folk and work songs. Mrs. Yeats studied at the Royal Irish Academy, and is also an 1st and vocalist. Her husband, Michael, is her manager. The Yeats have been guests at 20 American universities during their tour. They will spend a few days visiting the area after their Stanford appearance. TIVOLI SAN CARLOS 711 LAUREL LY 3-3091 WE DARE YOU TO SEE "ECCO" j CO-HU JACK LEMMON . LEE REMiCK : THE DAYS OF : WINE AND ROSES CALL THEATRE FOR TIMES FAIROAKS W, UTUlUt 0 ttlttUIvVW OPENS t:36 STARTS 7:0S CAR HEATERS KIDDIE LAND $j jpp In Flame And Steel It Lives Again EBR1 the Lusty World of the War Lord! 1 Chariton Heston -RichardBoone concert on A concert of new music will be presented by the Composers' Forum at the San Francisco Art Institute, 800 Chestnut St., at 8 p.m. Monday. The program, performed by students of music from Bay Area colleges, will include Water Music by John Cage; Icarus for solo flute by Charles Boone; Four-Thirds for flute, oboe and cello by Eugene Turitz; Piano Variations. by Tucker Zimmerman; Piano Rag Music by Igor Stravinsky; and two electric compositions, . Lemon Drops and For Harry," by Kenneth Gaburo. This will be the premiere performance of the work by Turitz, a former San Francisco State College student who 1'ves in Berkeley, and the first Bay Area performance of the compositions by Gaburo, who lKeWlftK.JiLORI? .EOSEMA0 FOtSTTHWGUY STOOWf U R1A11 KacGlNMtS - HENRY WKCOXGN - JAMES FARENTINO MAURICE tYANS Cad CO-HIT JAMES GARNER ART OF LOVE BONUS HIT WILLIAM HOLDEN WORLD OF SUZIE WONG mm Siam AFRICA MEET ADDIS ABAB, Ethiopia j(AP) The Organization of African Unity will hold an extraordinary - session of its council of ministers here Dec. 3 1 to discuss Rhodesia. SAT. A SUN OPEN 4.-45 HAREM" 5:25-9:10 BEACH 4:55-10:40 1061 SWINGIN' NIGHTS MR scRRunj n Memo L TrJ color . and 1001 SWINGIN THE PRE-OPENING DEMONSTRATION SHOWINGS OF U DUET THEATRE A l ADDED TREATSI Adventures JURoadrunner a Martat af Raadramar" Faa A Great New Discovery In Motion Picture Presentation ' Which Guarantees You A Good Seat Every Time and ..Jerry Lewis THE CADDY Addod..JohnWayno McCUNTOCK Plus.. Jerry Lewis THE PATSY ITS The Radical New n0 Sea,S72fSto'Se thia new discovery. Be among the first Thursday, Friday the first seat are I''-? Owning are epen to the Demon; OPEN 6.30 i'lriAROcK,N ROLLIN' StNiNGlN SP&oFj Be among the first Thursday Friday, Satur- 1:30 2& P.M. All Seats $1.90. ami charities on Demonstration showing fw '9arrVgd on sWO1 nights' I Another Le Duet First! .A Aer eL e N - ro PublienTftrat0n of 1 Beginning Dec-m J"'ure It's a 1st tg Wor Richard Burt,' T,r0f beginning December 17th Ctroutel" WitL cTT. ,th Jone, ,j , Beginning :th tha Grand Opvn.ng on December r.rtd le Duet Theatre vali have a ticket raservation service. You will be able to call ahead of time and be sure of admittance, even on a seli-eut nqh. There let will be no cherge for the servire. Watch our advertisements for de'S'is. GRAND OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT The Formal Grand Opening of Le Duet Theatre will be on Wednesday, December 22nd. By special arrangement with Warner Brothers, this event will feature the first showing at popular prices of the Academy Award winning MY FAIR LADY Audrey Hepburn and Rex Harrison The complete, uncut version exactly ai shown at reserved seat prices. I DUET THEATRE PENINSULA-BURLINGAME-REPWOOD-MOFFjETPrive Ins" Clay-Patter son r 70a last El (.amino Real, iunnyvaif Ptl: 7Lfi-64:,9 .... auis

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