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Arts& Entertainment

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, March 4, 1977

Page Five

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ty $TE?)*N PICKOVER ; firm his or her identity and st.1y eight must be picked. An awk-
alive, ward and depressed silenc fId-
M~t :ENNET' $ A' After handing over their re- lows to selection, and then cc~m-
O0orus Line, which had sumes and their eight toy tern es the exhilaration and ra; i
to n 176,glossies to the choreographter, ?cation. Our tour is end-el, and
with 006~ Tony Awards i 96 they are asked to tell a li'the' we leave a little wiser.
has finally tripped into Detroit about themscelves. The some-' TERPSICHORE heraef must
for 4 tAy at the r'ishier Thea., times pitiful, tragic and amusing; have been consulted for ilho 4u-
' . actual biographical acccunMs' rhythmnics and choral singing
~tthearing Lave upon "ave give us an understanding of the{ of the show. The cast's d~ean
fr1it Ivw fork to London, and chorus dancer, or gypsy - that:; and precise movements were -a
aft~ OmtIjttin; the cast albvm "lowly" form of talent in tie delight to watch. The imagina-
to tuart months ago, I toddled show business world. Ken log-; tive use of mirrors and sighting
60 t6 l of~t this week, excit-! ers (Butch) provides ass with; enhanced the production, irak-
ed tbut assured of the fact !hat an interesting bitter-sweet anec- ing it a complete theoretical ex-
I would be disappoined. Hvn',dote in his program noti. After perience. Special mentira goes
"tidy staged in my mind a being asked for his autograph,; to Pamela Sousa ((Cassi: ,
W4 # M4 inple x choreography, the "autograph seeker took back' whose stunning dance and emo-}
I v pitive that no earthly his book after discovering that tionally packed song "T:Ie M-
lousital could fulfill my hopes. Ken was 'just' a dancer." sic and the Mirror" elmiuaertlv:
I *as wrong. This produc. lon. After the characters get to.; portrayed the quest of the danc-
{f A G3itrIus Luxe, the show for know one another, the cu~tbroat' er.
W iCh svtl tives can' d0 no competition disperses, and we'± A CHORUS LINE is a Icu-
Jitt t# it flawless star- sap- begin to relate our owni exper- mnentary presented with the use
~hi6 in a sea of semi-precious jfences, hopes, dreams aad dis- of music and dance - 3 fa,: ual
holes. appointments with those . f the collage. It is dedicated to "any.
IN ES$NC, we. the aud-, dancers. When we see cneir de- ocne who has ever danced in a
ience, wti a treated to a behind. termination and verve for their chorus or marched in iteo
the tri~es look at a grouip of profession, we begin to winder anywhere." A superb oiece of
yuft Aii middle-aged adults' at our own dedication, t<) cues- theater, likely to be pikced in
~iuditionitg for eight parts ir tl'e. tion our own lives, And after' the category of class,.cs t Ih a t
theta~s lime of a new show. Their, laughing and crying throrugh a never lose their flavor iike Mfy
i41446Mretitiveness is unleasht- calvalcade of song and dance, Fair Lady and Kiss Me Este,
14 i S egb individual strives ;o we are brought back to ;he' the extrav~ganza should be seen
66 the but, struggles to reaf- reality of the auditioti, when tfee 1wb all.
Tribe's jazz pleases A

'King Kong' profit disputed
LOS ANGELES {A') -- Movie for Hollywood's judgn'jeat of the and climbing every dart," said
industry types say the box of- film's, success -- the advance; Armstrong.
f ice performance of King. Kong buildup may have been t ")o1 "There are many people in
hasn't lived up to advanced bill- strong. the business who feel that this
ing, but producer Dino De Laur- Prior to its release i0 De- picture is not a success. H o w
entis denies it all the way to. cember he let is be known that m iany films have grossed $ 8 8?
the bank. he expected King Kong to beat, million in such a short period?
j"We turned a profit when tiie Jaws. The picture also rgot thei In any period. It's ot Jaws'
worldwide gross reached $50 biggest promotion and advertis-! business by any means, but it's
'million and it's now pushing S90! ing sendoff in film histo~y, and a terrific success and everyone
million,". said Gordon A r rn-' it opened simultantousity in here is pleased," he said.
strong,De aueti'ha ofmrthaesaontfewld D Lartisreaefth
promotion and etiadvertising, do than r any er movie" in hiarudsto ey. ol 1932 classic ueicost $24 mk mil~tonf and
IArmstrong admits, however,' De Laurentiis even went s:, promotion, advertising and 2,00
that De Laurentiis is frustrated: far, as to suggest, that the me- prints , for simultaneously Thow-
because the 40-foot ape did not:; chanical monster snould be ing around the world coat ano-
win the money contest over t! eE nominated for an Academy ther $26 million. Armstr,)aj es-
great white shark of Jaws, Award as best actor. The 'filth timated that about 80 per cent #
which has taken in more thanf got only two Oscar nominations,f of the gross goes to the 1761.uc- I
$192 million, although it will receive an tion company.
THEI FLAMBOYANT Italian1 award for its special effects. THE MOVIE opened lastj
producer is partly responsible "WE'RE NOW at $88 million Thursday in Mexico City, and
___________________________________________________ took in $500,000 in the first four;
days. That record beat J a wv s

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TONIGHT--
Health and Healing Energy
FRIDAY EVENINGS, AT, CANTERBURY
SIOUX TRADITIONS OF HEALING
S ELO'B LACKIC ROW
FRIDAY, MARCH _4th
8 p m. herb teat, 8:30 presemottion
CANTERBURY HOUSE
218 N. DIVISION STREET
corner of Cotherne and tDivi$ion

SECOND CHANCE
PRESENTS:
EPIC RECORDING ARTISTS
CHEAP TRICK
"The Next Super group"
.MARCH 7& 8

By PFTZIR ILL of musicians. They not only per-
form, they also write most of
TWO, a D'troit- baise jazz# their material. One particular,
o 1pWhi)h is quite popular! selection written by Charles;
io t* D rit"Ann Arbor area, Moore was a. definite standout.
; fatutd At the Blue Frogge Although the group could not
Ih% ek. give a specific name to it, they
I! ib4 0ziists, bf Wendell Har- identified the selection as "Noy.
is t he tejit s SU, phil 14." The brass section on this
11 6) trmbone, Charles out was sp dy namic it could
Ui ot trunpt, Leslie Dan-! easily be a big hit..
Wt ft d , lopez Leon on' Harrison, too, played with
41ii4 bass ;and David Chunz such aspiration that it made me
01 wo wish tie Frogge was full to
y 01V ay i t arles Moore3 capacity if only to enjoy the
ts q yet ou'0 musical di-. .......-.. . .
" & fh tves him respon- rrMrr..r r~
s . 4Vfo# aflttnsical anrange- ' AnEvening of
*W, x*TfrtO'ap'es and record-
tfuE GROUP got its start J11h NY
f6 Phil Raxiolin and. its U W'.~U
orvsft lader, Haricam. It has J " DVJEfl3 1
~!T01"4 in A Arlbpr at such . ~ 'U.PUYU.
At 4 te in4 pig and
We$4kaalJAZ 66er& JA1WIiS 4
A~4lgW 1400141, the IPup
to ai -7 yJA= Mfepto4. Never-
40W mte h as bena steady
prse in tst far the disco '
VW~ -Os 1le ouxnr'yand
0 wfee so amy i ou de-
11AA ta ' o n ft it *bility
0 4 4jg; ote aWuatcag

au'dience's response.
Before starting his own group,.
Harrison played with such stars
as Ray Charles and Hank Craw-
ford. This explains part of his'
greatness with the saxophone
today, and the well-rounded tal-'
ent of Tribe.,
Next timxe you get a chance
to see Tribe, you ought to take
it. And of you would like to lis-
ten to the group's music before-:
hand, several of the local stores
stock their albums.
BLUES with
WAFfERS
= --FO1

AIV~*hthe 4isosound rop-
$ * fp; i w "It~fiwfr Ttibe,
-h p mp~ak a very sm~ooth
" lwt i t l~$Wday night ata
Ot $WeFr*g. thic ltransiti-on
w. ev4mt in su * soleeoflnsj
1~ "I YtVu by Golly Ww " i,-
ktune ma4e farious by the
St~ its. this paticular aelec-
ti4 h 4 4 smogt, rhythmic
beart wfth was p rfet for lis-
x1*nt selectipn was Gr'o-
v~Wa iragtc's "Mr. Magic."
"IryJ it . naigk with hisa ten omsa
tA~AJLSO per'form ed
ttW a keJo Handy's "Hard
t M~ 1 ~i "Athough.
y64 64Xsi~t iWack4ndlisttn
stj1 e ~dcips, lte beat al-
i t 40m~e that you get
ei, 4 avery vorsatile group

Ulnenia Weekend.
Friday- African Queen (Nat. Sci. Aud., 7:30 & 9:30);
The Story of Adele H. (Angell, Aud. A, 7 &,9); The Re-
turn of the Pink Panther (MLB .3, 7 & 9:15); The Pink
Panther (MLB 4, 7 & 9); McCabe and Mrs. Miller (Old
Arch. Aud., 7 & 9:05).
Saturday - The Story of Adele H. (Agell, Ad. A,
7 & 9); King of Hearts (MLB 3, 7 only); Bed-Sitting Room;
(AILB 3, 9 only); Morgan! (MLB 4, 7 only); (Loves of)'
jIsadora (MLB 4, 9 only).
Sunday - Two Women (Angel, Ad. A, 7 ,C 9).
All Weekend - Fun With Dack and Jane (Michigan,
665-6290); Network (State, 662-6264); Wizards (Campus,
668-6476); Twilight's Last Gleaming, The Cassandra Cross-;
!ing, The Pink Panther Strikes Again, A Star is Born (Thef
3Movies, ,Briarvood; 769-783); Rocky (Fifth Forum, 761-
9700).
Tonight in the Modern Languages Bldg.
Friday, March 4
THE RETURN OF THE
PINK PANTHER
Bloke Edwards, 1975) 7;00 &v 9 15-MID 3
In an appropriately insane sequel the ink Panter jeel is agil
stolen and Inspector Clousseai (sellers) gets the case, ailovwitg
for more of the pathological awkwardness and deductive mis-
impression be's become famous for. The "smooth coedy" team
of Edwards and Sellers eases uip on the "smooth." concentrates on
the comedy and comes up with their funniest collaboration yet.
Peter Seller, Chistopher Pummer, Catherine Schell, Herbert Loin
star.
THE PINK PANTHER
(Bloke Edwards, 1964) 7:00 &v 9:00- )40 4
Peter Sellers created his best role, Inspetor Clousseau of the Paris
Police, in the justifiably famous comedy. Coussea is the type of
bunglat whoe wife is not only two-timing him, but with the jwe
trier he's been assigned to catch! THE PINK PANTHER has Sellers
at his abolute best, David Niven chan'inly suave as the jewel
thief, all blithely directed by Blake Edwards. With Claudia Car-
dinale, Capucine and Robert Wagner. Msic by Henry Mancini.
Admisson: $1.25 single feature
$2.00 double feature
Saturday, March 5 in MLB-
FM=103 and DAVE ALAN
are proud to present
These Midnight Music Specials
RAMSEY LEW IS
.MARCH 26--MIDNIGHT
DOORS OPEN Al 1130 P.M.
All Seats Reserved $6.50 ,Avail, at the Theatre
Box Office, Music Mrt on State St., Record-
land at the Briarwood Mal, Bonzo Dog Records,
Where House Records, Ypsi., and All Hudsons.
TOM WAITS
FRIDAY, APRIL 15--MIDNIGHT
DOORS OPEN Al 11:30 P.M
Reserved Seats $5.50 & $6.50 Avail, at the
Theatre Box Office, Music Mart, Recordlnd
at Briorwood, Bonzo Dog Records, and All

HFO MORE INFORMATION CALL 668-8480
, Ann Arbor's

Armstrong sa ~WL. ii aiso )penioo 1
last' week in Hong Kong and I
took in $400,000. j.
Armstrong said the movie still 44
hasn't played in South Africa, -
and most South and Central .r
American countries. It will also r
be -brought back for a big splash;t'
in the United States at Easter.:
sOne hallmark of a successful
film is a sequel -- and for '
King Kong that's alre-ady irn
the works.
ARMSTRONG said screcaivrit-
er Lorenzo Semple is at work
with several co-writers on a new;
script.
U-Mvlstylists
will be-open
regular hours
during
Spring Vacation. z
8:30 a.n.-5:15 p.m:
Mon. -Sat.
Dave,' Harold F& Chet

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Si rvnings are held in the old Architecture and Design Auditorium at 7-:00,Q, 1 1:00 p.m. dqly --
1 :00, 7:00, 9:00 p.m. on Saturday, Winners and highlights are, screened on Suanday at 7.00, 9:00.
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Sat March 19 8pm
Bowen Field House
I astern Michigan University
TICKETS: $6.50 reserved, $5.50 general admission
Available at Wherehouse Records (Ypsilanti), Mr. Music (Briarwood),
Schoolkids Reords(Ann Arbor), and the McKenny Union (E.M.U.)
A A1(1Production

Pro~ints

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APOTITIC: TRUTH
ii*v +rW P.
MoloA. S1.0'

ROBERT ALTMAN'S 1971
McC;ABE AND MRS. MILLER
Against the background of the Pacific Northwest and Leon-
ard Cohen's music,.Altman presents his version of the fron*
tier falling victim to the pressures of business and society.
r it's a captivating vision though-with excellent acind on
the port of Warren Beatty and Julie Christie as two outcosts
i ~who make a Presbyterian Church a successful venture
K through gambling a'nd prostitution. "Wonderful bemusing 5
jpower. ..--"Pauline Kael.7:0&95Adiio$15
CIEM G IL ONIQHT AT: OLD ARCH. AUP.
FRANCOISE TRUFFAUT'S 1975
THE STORY OF ADELE H.
Isabelle Adjani as the true romantic, both in spirit and by

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