The Michigan Daily-Friday, September 9 1977-Page 7
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
PLPPROFESSIONAL THEATRE PROGRAM
"Now Broadway's gamily Musical Hit and directed by
Tony Award-winner Barry Bostwick."
Book and Lyrics by Alfred Uhry, Composed and Arranged by
Robert Waldman, and based upon the novella by Eudora
MATINEE AND EVENING
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John Houseman's National Repertory Company re-
turns to Ann Arbor for a sixth year with two new produc-
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Musical Society season promising
by Eugene Labiche
A musical version of this classic, rollicking farce which has
been delighting audiences since 1851.
NOVEMBER 11, 12
The University Musical Society
blasts off in a couple weeks with what
promises to be a very exciting event -
la belle Beverly, lilting star of the New
York City Opera, will be giving a solo
concert on Friday, September 23, in Hill
And from Beverly to Bartok ... the
Philharmonia Hungarica will play Bar-
tok's Two Portraits on October 23, same
place ... right after that, the "Debut
Recitalist" of they season, Murray
Perahia, winner of the 1972 Leeds Com-
petition, October 27.
The Pennsy Ballet: will dance its way
into your heart 1vember 14-16 - ac-
claimed coast-to-coast, this company
shouldn't be missed ... Nov. 19, the
Ballet Folklorico of Mexico, on the 15th
of December, the well-known "Nut-
cracker" Ballet (Pittsburgh Ballet
Theatera, and just after the start of the
New Year, January 11, Jose Molina's
Bailes Espanoles dance the flamenco
Other highlights to look for include
the Camerata Orchestra of Salzburg,
the Canadian Opera's "Barber of
Seville," recitals by soprano soloists
Mirella Freni and Leontyne Price.
Pianists Rudolf Serkin and Aleksander
Slobodyanik, and guitarist Carlos Mon-
toya, as well as violinist Kyung-Wha
Chung, round out what promises to be a
And of course, while this covers but a
few of the events of the UMS this year,
the best is saved to last; the usually in-
comparable May Festival, headlined
by the Philadelphia Orchestra.
TH E PINI7 TIANGLE
During the Third Reich in Germany, people were sent to conceritra-
tion camps for various reasons. If it was your homosexuality for which
the Nazis singled you out, you were forced to wear a pink triangle. It
has been documented that as many as 250,000 people wore this symbol
to their deaths.
The pink, triangle has now become a symbol of the' efforts
against the continuing oppression of people who choose not to hide their
gay feelings and against the fascist mentality behind this and other
forms of oppression. We ask everyone who supports this struggle to
wear a pink triangle and to speak and act against gay oppression where-
ever they see it.
Pink triangles will be distributed free on the Diag - or
in the Fishbowl in case of rain-on Tuesday, September
13 from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
AND HER CHILDREN
by Bertolt Brecht
An impassioned plea for pacifism by the modern-master of epic
theatre. The heroine is a character of unforgettable wit and
MATINEE AND EVENING
Orchestra Front ' $6.00
Orchestra Rear 5.00
Balcony Front 5 50
Balcony Rear 4.00
Little Lydia Series
SINGLE SHOW TICKET PRICES
IN THE POWER CENTER
SINGLE SHOW TICKET PRICES
mfy Bass 100 casuals
Italian Straw Hat
Orchestra Center $7.50
Orchestra Side 6.00
Front Balcony Center 6.50
Middle Balcony Center 5.00
Side & Rear Balcony 3.50
Fri. Nov. 11, Sat. Nov. 12
Sun. Nov. 13 mat. & eve
1 Ma; Orders only are on sale now.
2 Beginning September 19, 1977, the PTP Ticket Office in th
Michigan League will be open for single show sales:
Monday-Friday, 10am.-1p.m. and 2-5 p.m. For Information
call (313) 764-0450.
3. Mastercharge and BankAmericard will be accepted on mail
4. Mail Orders will be filled in order of receipt. If a self-
addressed, stamped return envelope is not enclosed, tick-
ets will be held for pick-up at the Ticket Office.
5. If your September address is uncertain, let us hold your
tickets for pick-up to avoid loss.
6. Note curtain times: All evenings at 8:00 pm, matinees at
2:00 pm. Latecomers wil not be seated until a suitable
interval or scene break.
7. We regret, that no refunds can be made. We will assist
subscribers in exchanging tickets when possible. No tick-
ets exchanged on days of performance. No exchanges
possible until individual sales begin.
8. Tickets for individual shows will be available during our
same Ticket Office hours at all Hudson's Ticket Outlets
and Central Ticket (Toledo) beginning Monday; Sep-
tember 19, 1977.
Orchestra Center $10.00
Orchestra Side 8.50
Front Balcony Center 9.00
Middle Balcony Center 750
Side & Rear Balcony 6.00
Sun. Jan. 22 mat. & eve.
MAIL ORDER FORM
Please check Dates and-Prices carefully
Stamped, self-addressed envelope enclosed
Check payable to
Univ of Michigan
If order cannot be filled as requested,
please substitute best available tickets remaining.
Mail to: PTP Tickets
Ann Arbor, Ml. 48109
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