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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, January 1, 1969

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UNION-LEAGUE

January 25-February 8

ARETHA FRANKLIN
1/25 Special Events Building, 8:30
"Aretha Franklin is Lady Soul"
-TIME
CLIVE BARNES
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."
LES LEVINE'S
ENVIRONMENT
(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."
-Les Levine
DIONYSUS IN '69
1/26, 1727 8:30 Union Ballroom
"Dionysus in '69 is a striking example
of environmental thebtre."
-VILLAGE VOICE
CHRYSSA
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."
-Jill Johnston
MARISOL
2/6 Trueblood Aud., 8:00
"She combines painting, drawing,
sculpture, found objects, etc. into
monuments of witty presence."
-Lawrence Campbell
MARTA MINUJIN
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
the 'Minucode.'"
-William K. Zinsser
STANLEY KAUFFMAN
2/5 Arch. Aud., 7:00
Film critic of the NEW REPUBLIC
will review "How I Won The War,"
starring John Lennon, following
its showing.
JOHN PERREAULT
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
the poet.

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"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
in America."
-Xavier Nicholas

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
MORLEY MARKSON
1 30 7:00-12:00, Union Ballroom
"A new multi-screen, multi-sound controlled and
random projection piece called 'America
Simultaneous.'"

SECOND CITY
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."
--Christiansen
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

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THE BELIEVERS
2 1 Hill Aud., 8:30

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