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Ann Arbor Civic Theatre Auditions
LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC
JANUARY 17-MASS MEETING-7:30 pm
JANUARY 17, 18, 19, : 20th call backs
ROLES AVAILABLE 6 WOMEN ages 13-70
3 men ages 20-50
The Liebeslieders, persons of the community
(2 sopranos, 1 mezzo, Tenor, Baritone)
ALL ROLES ARE SINGING ROLES THE MUSIC IS SOMEWHAT DIFFICULT.
Auditions by appointment only, sign up after the mass meeting. There are
a few non speaking roles, call the director if interested.
Anyone interestedvin participating in the A.A.C.T. production of Little
Night Music-is invited to come to the A.A.C.T. Workshop Bldg., 201
Mulholland (off W. Washington) Wednesday, January 17th-7:30 pm sign up
for an audition time for cast and orchestra. All interested in set building,
costume construction, light, make up, prop crew, programs, publicity, box
office, ushering are cordially invited.
Director Susan Morris-761-6086 (H) 764-5345 (W)
Producer Carol Deniston-761-2247 after 3 pm
Musical Director Bradley Bloom
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Page 6-Thursday, January 19, 1979-The Michigan Daily
NnnppnannneFor the week of
January 19 to 25

Friday
January 19
Cinema
Two masterworks of Animal House-
era horror kitsch, at Aud A, Angell
Hall: Mysterious Island, at 7, and Day
of the Triffids, at 9.
Goldfinger (Mich. Union Assembly
Hall, 7 and 9) Sean Connery plays
suave, macho Agent 007 in one of the
better episodes of the Jam'es Bond
series.
Monty Python and the Hlol Grail
(MLB 3, 7 and 10:20) Those zany lads
from Oxford and Cambridge give the
Once and Future King the old pie in the
face.
The' Wrong Box (MLB 3, 8:40 only)
Lumpish, unfunny attempt at black
humor. Several noted British buffoons
wasted their time filming this dorky
thing, including Peter Sellers and the
team of Peter Cook and Dudley Moore.
Murmur of the Heart (Old A&D, 7 and
9:15) The story of a young French boy's
coming of age, by Louis (Pretty Baby)
Malle. Incest is best when done with
zest.
Saturday
January 20
Cinema
Strozek (Aud A, 7 and 9) by German
New Waver Werner Herzog.
A Chinese Newk Year Film Festival,

at Conference Rooms 4, 5, 6 of the
Union: Tiger Cliff and Stardust, at 7.
Rabbit Test (Nat Sci, 7, 8:30 and 10)
Commedienne Joan Rivers' first film,
about the world's first pregnant man.
Billy Crystal portrays the mother-er,
father-to-be (har, har).
The Big Sleep (MLB 3, 7 only) Bogart
in fine form as detective Philip
Marlowe, trench coat, wisecracks and
all. With Lauren Bacall.
,The Long Goodlbye (MLB 3, 9 only)
Elliot Gould plays a Philip Marlowe
different from Bogart's-he's sardonic,
amused, the type of guy who gets a kick
out of trying to feed his fussy pet cat.
Young Frankenstein (Old A&D, 7 and
9:05) Boris Karloff is spinning in his
skivvies. With Gene Wilder, Madeline
Kahn and Marty Feldman.
A Face in the Crowd (MLB 4, 7 and
9:15) Andy Griffith shows his nasty side
as a c&w singer corrupted by fame and
power.
Sunday
January 21
Cinema
The Virgin and the Gypsy (Aud A,
7 and 9) Based on D.H. Lawrence's
novel.
Little Big Man (Old A&D, 7 and 9:45)
Director Arthur (Alice's Restaurant)
Penn presents his version of Custer's
Last Stand. With Dustin Hoffman.

Monday
January 22
Cinema
Two silent films by Ernst Lubitsch:
D)ie Puppe (9:30 only) and Anna Boleyn
(10:20 only). At Aud A, Angell Hall.
Events
Political comedian Mark Russell, 8
p.m., Rackham Auditorium.
Tuesday
January 23
Cinema
Dersu Uzala (Aud A, 7 and 9:30) A
recent work by Akira Kurosawa, the
maker of Throne of Blood, (th4
Japanese version of Macbeth) and The
Seven Samaurai (later remade in
America as The Magnificent Seven,
with Yul Brynner).
Ivan the Terrible, Part I (Old A&D,
7 and 9:05) The first half of Eisenstein's
magnificent, expressionistic epic about
the medieval Russian empire, with
original music by Prokofiev.
Wednesday
January 21
Cinema
Aparajito (MLB 3, 7 and 9) Part 2 of
Satyajit Ray's Apu trilogy, about a

young boy growing up in India.
Summer in the City (Aud A, 7 only)
Wim Wenders' tribute to rock and roll.
Woodstock (Aud A, 9 only) Academy
Award-winning documentary on that
1969 concert to end all concerts,
Woodstock.
Double Indemnity (Old A&D, 7 only)
Barbara Stanwyck and Fred
MacMurray plot to kill her husband for
the insurance money.
Mildred Pierce (Old A&D, 9:05 only)
Tear-jerker about a woman who
sacrifices all for her ungrateful,
snobbish daughter. With Joan Crawford
and Ann ("Freshness never tasted so
good") Blyth.
Thursday
January25
Cinema
My Fair Laldy Mich Union Assembly
Hall, 6:45 and 9:30) Audrey Hepburn is
sadly miscast and Rex Harrison
blithely "talks" the lyrics to this
delightful Lerner-Lowe musical.
Middle of the World, at 7, and The
Wonderful Crook, at 9. Both in French
with subtitles, at Aud A, Angell Hall.
Woman in the Dunes (Old A&D, 7 aild
9:20) Japanese;-with subtitles.',
A Boy and His Dog (Nat Sci, 7 and 9)
A must for all lovers of sci-fi, shaggy
dogs and off-the-wall humor. Based on
Harlan Ellison's Hugo-winning novella.

Betty Carter
Jazz Vocalist

Daily Official Bulletin-

Monday, January 22
7:30 and 10:30 pm

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Friidav, Januarv 19, 19751
DailynCalendar
Guild House: Soup and sandwich luncheon, 750,
.Jean King, Atty, "The Problem with National Health
Insurance: Putting Women Second Again,' 802
Monroe. noon.
Psychology David C. Hollister, Michigan State
Rep., 57th District. "On Organizing.' 447 Mason. 4
p mi
Music School: Collage Ill, performing ensembles,
Hill.8p.m.
SUMMER PLACEMENT
3200 SAB- 73-4117
Iverness Count ry Club, Toldedo. Ohio. Opening for
Assistant Manager. Supervisory work for staff and
maintenance. WSI or Sr. Life Saving Cert. required.
Further details available.
Commonwealth of virginia offers a one year
internship in State Government Administrative
services. Internship begins July t .Deadline for
applying Mar. 9. Further detals available.
IBM. Rochester. 1 inn. Summer Program for
students completing their Junior year and 1st year
grad students. Field open everything in engr. and
systems programming, systems analyst, and
applications programming, accounting, etc. and
technical writing. Further details available and
apps.

Dept. of Defense Virginia. Summer intern
program for students who have completed Junior
year or better in Political Science (Foreign Affairs &
Intern. Relationst. Deadline for applying Feb. 28.
Further details available.
Welch Foods New York. Summer Marketing
Inernship. Student must have completed one year of
their MBA in Marketing. Excellent opening. Details
available.
Michael Reese Medical Center, Chiego, Ill.
Summer Medical Research Fellowship. Must have
completed Sophomore year. tCxcellent opportunity.
Further details available. Deadline for applying Jan.
25.
Exxon Chemical Company, Texas. Opening for
graduate student in industrial hgyiene-should hve
two semesters in organic chemistry and engineering.
Further details available.
INTERVIEWS:
Camp Towering Pines. Coed, Wisc. Will interview
here Thurs. Jan. 25 from 9 to 5. Openings include
waterfront rWSIr, riflery.photography, riding and
cook. Register in person of by phone.
Camp Becket/Chimney Corners, YWCA/Coed,
Mass. Will interview here Mon. Jan. 29 from 9to3:: 0.
All positions open at this time -waterfront tWst.
riding, arts/crafts, many others. Register in person
or by phone.
Camp Hickory Ridge, Coed/ Handicapped, Mich.
Will interview here Tues Jan. 30 from 9 to -5.
Openings include waterfront WSJ). arts/crafts,
nurse. unit counselors. Register in person of by
phone.
Camp Tamarack. Mi. Coed. Will interview here
Wed. Jan. :31 from 9 to 5. All positions
open -waterfrontt WSt t.,arts/crafts, sports, nature.
gen. counselors and many others. Register by phone
or in person.

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