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U-M Music School
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U-M School of Music has
scheduled its 1992-93 perfor-
ming arts season.
The 1992-93 season will
mark the University of
Michigan debut of three
visiting directors: Stratford
Festival director/choreog-
rapher Brian Macdonald; the
avant-garde director Vladi-
mir Mirzoev, founder of the
Theatre Studio Domino in
Moscow; and John Neville-
Andrews, former artistic pro-
ducer of the Shakespeare
Theatre at the Folger, Wash-
ington, D.C.
The titles for the 1992-93
season are:
• The Birthday Party by
Harold Pinter, Oct. 15-25,
Trueblood Theatre.
• A Day in Hollywood/A
Night in the Ukraine, Musical
Theatre Program, Oct. 22-25,
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
• The Resurrection of Lady
Lester by OyamO, Nov. 12-15,
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
• Die Fledermaus — sung in
English, School of Music
Opera Theatre, Nov. 19-22,
Power Center.
• Trelawny of the Wells by
Arthur Wing Pinero, Dec. 3-6,
Power Center.
• Dance to the World Beat —
University Dance Company,
Feb. 4-7, Power Center.
• Our Town by Thornton
Wilder, Feb. 11-14, Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre.
School of Music Opera
Theatre production to be an-
nounced, March 25-28, Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre.
• Andromache by Racine,
April 1-11, Trueblood
Theatre.
Musical
• Brigadoon,
Theatre Program, April
15-18, Power Center.
For information about the
Power Series or other produc-
tions, call the League ticket
office, 764-0450.

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