THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Saturday, January 1, 1969
January 25-February 8
1/25 Special Events Building, 8:30
"Aretha Franklin is Lady Soul"
1/26 Union Ballroom, 2:00
Drama-Dance critic N.Y. TIMES
"I prefer that people think I'm an idiot
rather than use me as a sponge,
squeezing me into their brain.
Don't treat critics seriously. Treat
them as amiable springboards."
(on display entire festival) 3C Union
"The greatest advantage of environ-
mental art is that it can be free from
visual attitudes and related much
more to something that is devoid of
content per se; but completely
charged with experimental vitality."
DIONYSUS IN '69
1/26, 1727 8:30 Union Ballroom
"Dionysus in '69 is a striking example
of environmental thebtre."
Union Assembly Room, 7:00
Forerunner of a new breed of artists
and creator of the poster for CAP of '69
THE ONCE GROUP
2 7,2/8 League Ballroom, 8:30
". .my own idea is that this is one of
the most interesting and provocative
theatre groups in the country."
2/6 Trueblood Aud., 8:00
"She combines painting, drawing,
sculpture, found objects, etc. into
monuments of witty presence."
2/'7 Aud. B, 7:00
"If it isa function of art to telus
something about our lives-to reveal
truth, if necessary by exaggerating,
-l had 40 minutes worth of art from
-William K. Zinsser
2/5 Arch. Aud., 7:00
Film critic of the NEW REPUBLIC
will review "How I Won The War,"
starring John Lennon, following
2/4 Aud. A, 7:30, 9:00
The audience is given the opportunity
to immerse themselves in both the
aural and visual environment of
"Anyone who wants to know where
modern theatre is is going to
have to see it."
NEW YORK TIMES
THE EAST BOUND MOUND
1 '28 Union Ballroom
Combining guitars, drums, organ, and drama,
The East Bound Mound creates a living theater.
BLACK POETS FESTIVAL
1 /28 League Snack Bar 8:00 P.M.
"... poetry gives a beat to my breathing-
to the rhythm of my life as a black man
ROBIN KENYATTA AND THE
AFRICAN PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE
30 Union Ballroom, 7:30
"...he is both in step with the present jazz
avant-garde and sufficiently out of step to have
an identity of his own."
-John S. Wilson
NEW YORK TIMES
1 30 7:00-12:00, Union Ballroom
"A new multi-screen, multi-sound controlled and
random projection piece called 'America
2 3 Trueblood Aud., 7:00;9:30
this show is a return to faith in
the infinite laughter, sadness, and
terror contained in human beings; the
revue becomes at once, more universal
and more topical than any other
in recent history."
CHICAGO DAILY NEWS
DR. BENJAMIN SPOCK
2 2 Hill Aud., 8:00
"His failing, if it is one, has always been that
he has understood the young and
empathized with them."
-NEW YORK TIMES
2 1 Hill Aud., 8:30
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