Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 29, 1973 · Page 132
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 132

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Dartre, bride honeymooning on houseboat ALL EDITIONS ""*•** """ *' Mark Henke is Antipholus of Ephesus and mystified by what his wife says he's been Up to in the musical "The Boys From Syracuse," Which opens today at Gammage Auditorium. Sally Rice, right, is his wife, 'Adrians, and Bebbie Wiggins is her sister, Luciana. ' Associated Press WALNUT GROVE-Entertainer Bobby Darin and his bride are honeymooning aboard a houseboat in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta, the judge who married them said. Darin, 37, whose real name is Walden Robert Cassetto, was married to Andrea Joy Yeager, 32, a blond Beverly Hills legal secretary, in the Walnut Grove-Isleton Judicial District Court Monday afternoon. It was the second marriage for both. Judge James A. Gualco, who performed the marriage, said the couple — in boating clothes — showed up Monday noon, but had to go to Sacramento for a marriage license. He said they had taken their blood tests earlier In Los Angeles. At the Sacramento County Courthouse, one clerk' said, "If I didn't know better, I'd say that was Bobby Darin." Another clerk asked, "Has anyone said you look like Bobby Darin?" •, "Yes, a lot of people do," replied Darin. They drove back to Walnut Grove for the marriage, with Gualco's clerk, Dorothy Koga, acting as witness. "He was an extremely likeable and personable fellow," from Syracuse* •/.... pens at ASU tonight By JACK SWANSON 'I ;;•• The Syracuse the boys are "from -in -"The Boys from Syracuse" isn't in New York. It ,'used. to be in Sicily. +.';': And the two boys who be.- . come involved in a case of mistaken identity /;;.. .'.... were invent-' jled by Shakespeare. «{.' The'Badgers and Hart mus- ,i<,ical, based on The Bard's £:'"Comedy of Errors," opened Cvin 1938 and was revived 10 v>years ago off-Broadway. It's .being given new life by Lyric Opera,. Theater and the University Players at Arizona State University in three performances beginning tonight in Gammage Auditorium. i? -The musical comedy features two sets of twins — An- tipholus and Dromib of Ephesus, played by .'Mark Henke and John Windsor; and their look-alikes, Antiphous and Dromio of Syracuse, played by Mike Lancy and Gary Naylor. Naylor also choreographs the show. Others in the cast of 26 include Sally Rice, Debbie Wiggins, Peggy Davidson, Jack Van Natter and Forrest Bachtel The hit show includes such tunes as "This Can't Be Love" and "Falling in Love with Love." . .;;.. Although based on thei; Shakespearean comedy, the. show bears smilarities to Mark Twain's "Prince and the Pauper" and Anthony Hope's "Prisoner of Zenda." Music collaborators Richard ^.Rpdgers and Lorenz Hart asked George Abbott to write the book for the show. "The book he came up with was exactly what we wanted," Rodgers said in a New York Herald Tribune story, "bright, fast moving, but, in its own wacky way, very much in the bawdy Shakespearean tradition." The show, a part of the Greater Phoenix Fine Arts Festival — Summerfest — is a collaboration between James Yeater, professor of theater, and Kenneth Seipp, professor of music and director of Lyric Opera Theater. Yeater, Seipp, Naylor and set designer Nancy Bloemen- .daal have formed a production team which has turned out a string of successful shows at ASU during the summer — from "Man of La Mancha" to last summer's "Company." Naylor is returning to ASU after studying for a year at San Diego's U.S. International School of Performing Arts. He will go to. London to study at the Royal Academy this summer. • Channel Chuckles By BIL KEANE ,» * > •r * . ^i '« " 'Sunrise Semester/ originally scheduled for this time 1 Supper Club Big Band Dancing Elegant Dinin —SERVING— U.S. CHOICE STEAKS and SEAFOODS Dance to the music of MISS TONI RAMI & her ] 1 pc. Orchestra !'. ir' t Shows and Dancing TillljOQAJW 3000 E. Thomas Rd. 956-3670 ' ^ Applecjates Oldc English Pub Needs 10 Beautiful Cocktail Waitresses for its New Showroom OPENING JULY 5TH WITH THE GRINGOS Direct from the Sahara Hotel in Las Vegas Hours from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. Nightly except Sunday Full time employment and Company Benefits Apply in person . 9:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M. 2:30 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. 16th Street and Highland 2 blocks South of Camelback Gualco told newsmen later.,;, "We talked about our mutual Italian background, and said we'd all have to get together and break pasta," he added. Darin was born In the Italian Section of East Harlem ih New York/ For the marriage license, be gave his address as Las Vegas. Gualco asked Darin how long he thought he could go without being recognized. Darin ,said he had already been spotted in the courthouse and at a boating marina. , Keep yourself well-informed .by reading The Republic every day. IWESTDALM THEATRES "WEB" AT: 1:00-4:30-8:00 "WILLY": 2:45-6:15-9:45 Twi-lite 4:00-4:30 TODAY! l:OO 3:15 5:30 7:45 9:55 TwMite 5:00-5:3* TODAYS 1:30 5:00 8:30 Twi-lite 4:30-5 ^ANDREWS EORNUEQPJA PRESENTS: ^ A mouth-watering array of seafood specialties including mountain rainbow trout, gulf shrimp and mahi mahi direct from the Hawaiian Islands. if The finest choice aged steaks available in Phoenix broiled over live charcoal and prime ribs of beef unequaled anywhere. if Complete banquet facilities for wedding receptions, dinner parties or business functions. * Luncheon served Monday-Friday 11:30 A.M. to 2:30 P.M. featuring Phoenix's best and largest salad bar. DOLAN ELLIS IN THE SHOWROOM TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY THREE SHOWS NIGHTLY! TRULY THE VALLEY'S NICEST DINING ESTABLISHMENT AT PHOENIX'S MOST CONVENIENT ADDRESS 5600 N. 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