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'PAGrE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1966

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'Play ofDanel' Heightens Th eatre RealityALie
By R. A. PERRY Dant . Vbrating with a height- Several examples come to mind Another fascinating exainple
AI have been givens only ten inch- ened theatrical reality, the "Play When Daniel interprets the writ- came when these same princes By RON BODNARt
.ato comiet on a most: pheno- of Daniel" grips the spectator in ing on unc wall, a lone vielle p o- tricked Darius. They convince the Change the focus. Take thel
m~lxlal mirxtsal experience, and T ,the elemental 'power of its con- vides the ominous accompaniment. king, "go" to Daniel's house, and little everyday things you neverE
d' 't know who to thank first: the ceptio, not only in such mno- Pleading for his life, one of Dan- return to Darius within thirty ntc ni o me hmi
'NTgi W Yrk' Pro Musiica "Mr. Gail mmnrs as the cadenced onslaught e'lls accusers shows his fright via seconds. This is the only instancenoieutlyumtthm n
II*t'eotor brbringintg them :to Ann of the Meces on Belshazzar, but the bells shaking in his hand where one dramatic episode has oufantasies, the anetsest reali-
Arborax rite soul of-the late Noah also in the subtlety of rhythms More incredible perhaps at this more tan one setting, and the t faies, e ftasoies Aoream.
reerberg Who brought the ."Play provided by the court instrumen- stage in musical development is music, by quickening tempo mir- Exress ak teasuppresedrfelis
pf JDinel",to light in? 1958. tlists. '± e, and what amazed me letting the music anticipate ac- acuousy abbreviates and accel- xrs the hmrsureembferlibut
*T s tvefth century musical ncst, the play cannot be called tion. Thus, when Daniel addresses rates tl:e action. thae n'tmlive.o eeme u
draimna. is' more than a pag{eantt, primitive; n the contrary, it Darius the plotting prince makes Temsc fgetbat n on iearcp hr o
.i~r2 g tn. a string of mnuscal represents a most sophisticated little cymbal crashes behind Dan- Temsc fgetbat n on iearcp hr o
pfees tYoge than ."a, styized}ar- synthesis of music, characteriza- ee's back, literally proclaiming fehes eidsoeo rfsmixthsadhtan adte
ta~of 'U'e Itfe ogf.the pepet tion, rnd dramatic action. the clash of interests.onmuturabtfcus, other, throw it in the oven and1
one must remember that the "Play come out with a delicious serving
..............__ ___ of Daniel" is the original source for four? It is. Do that and maybeI
N ade T o ectu e on Critcs R le tator mut be aware that to the a cinema as Federico Felini has in1
medieval viewer It h e pageant his "83/z."1
meant symbolized truth, not just Fellini has turned his "8/" into
tylized Bible story.
ro~l s' perenceon nd f f roa waya unique experiment in film auto-
Fro i Hs E perenc onandoffBro dwa aThus when the crimson and biography, delving into the heart
.:: gold cloak is blown around Dan- and conscience of an exhausted
V6' Y ANN L MARGUJO) on theatre in America the Columbus, Ohio, Citizen-our- ie's shoulders, the reality which film director who is taking a rest1
? Nohan NadL, presidet' of the''Along with writing more than neal. While living there, he founded created medieval painting flashes cure at an elegant spa. Rather
Broadway Drama.' Critics .Circle, 200 critical columns a year for his and played first trombone in the upon one as if in a revelation. In- than rest, he finds there the life
an 'theatrse re iewer for the New newspaper, he is editor of its Columbus Philharmonic Orchestra. deed, the irreproachable New York he has tried to escape. He is fol-
$I>rk;,W eld Journal 'Tribune, will amusement pages: Not only does Nadel has written guest articles Pro Musica succeed in suspending lowed by his wife, his mistress
~=seture oIl' "The CrticismToday" he cover all Broadway openings, for Saturday Review, Variety, the disbelief and making the myth and his movie crew who set up
#3ti°afterrmdon. : but he evaluates important off~ New York Times and other maga- viable. productipn headquarters at his
UndMer "the joint, sponsorship of' Broadway dramatic events as well.AsteigtfdthHradoelAsnLaDc VaM -
tre"Prnfessioral Theatre-Program, A musician as well as a critic zines He also is a recipient of the Aes thne blnfdes, the eral o tel Asagin LaDlV thar
.'the 'Dpartment of Journalism and and journalist, Nadel formerly was Variety Spotlight Award for service stage, and the last bell soun hero.
the.Departnieht of;.Speech;-he will :music, movie and drama critic of to the American theatre. hangs in the air. The fantasies which sneak up
speak at 4:00 in the fourth' floor__________________________________
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0134#d# l. A discussion' period' will aI y s f!e s G etRels
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Mature dement' which .have ~ aUU3'8 Wt~A~
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and away from the viewer include
poignant visits with his dead par-
ents and a hilarious chiaplinesque
in which he tries to escape his
school masters.
Fellini has created by taking
feeling and building around it idea,
character and situation, rather
than vice-versa, which is so often
the case in movies. He provides
no plot, no moral messages, no
black and white truths or un-
truths. "'81/2" is the story of one
moan with one man's real prob-
lems : women, work, church,
doubts, self-confidence, loneliness.
Fellini does not provide the :answer
to these problems, he only shows
that they exist and how they af-
fect. He leaves the answers to the
viewer and the viewer will try
to find them because he'll see
himself on the screen.

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