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THE SUMMER DAILY

Thursday, July 19, 1973

Music, theatre:

Daily Photo by GARY VILLANI
"I wanno go home"
One young visitor to last year's art fair isn't quite sure if she likes having her picture sketched. It's
hard to sit still for more than five or ten seconds.
Poets push public awareness
By JACK KROST the 20th, at the "entertainment Meanwhile, the Union Gallery
In an effort to "push poetry" area" of the fairgrounds near will have a booth at the art fair.
and also to increase public Waterman Gym from 7:00 to Cookies in the form of miniature
awareness of the regularly sched- 8:30 p.m., and on Thursday in famous paintings will be sold,
uled poetry recitals occuring at the Union Gallery in the Mich- including flour and sugar rep-
West Park on Saturdays, local igan Union-all from 7:30 to licas of the Mona Lisa and the
poets are planning to hold a 10:30 p.m. Local poets will be Last Supper by Leonardo Da-
series of poetry readings at the featured. Vinci and Van Gogh's "Flowers,"
Art Fair. ON SATURDAY, readers will according to Sherri Shaw of the
Three readings will be held be Michael Lynch, Simone Press, gallery. "If pressed for time,
during the course of the fair, on Larry Simpson, David Audi, Tony we'll probably wind up doing a
Wednesday the 18th, and Friday Klien, and Fred Woven. lot of Jackson Pollacks."
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In the
IBy CHARLES STEIN
From a makeshift stage on
East University, the sights and
sounds of many of the city's top
entertiners will be avaIlable free
otf charge to srtists, art patrans
aod ptain f lks alike during the
f ssr days tithe atlsiss
Proseitod by the .\A1n Arbor
Cttt:oril frtr Performiog .rts and
the University Artists Gttild, the
entertainment will st 01nearly
every field of artstic e deartor.
PERFORMERS WILL tak, the
stage at noon each diy and will
remain there until at least 10 :00
every night.
From the world of drama, the
U Players and the Ann Arbor
Civic Theatre have been signed
on. The Players are schedulvd
to perform a musical revitr oin-
cluding "The Road of the Gease-
paint," while the Civic Theatre
will do excerpts from "The Apple
Tree" and "Most Happy Fella."
MUSICALLY, T H E festival
boasts representatives from near-
ly every conceivable genre. For
the more serious music lovers
there will be the performances
of the Junior Light Opera as well
as the medieval and renaissance
sounds of "Sine Nomine."
Dance performances include a
number of ethnic folk entries.
Highlighting the dancing acts,
however, will be the Christopher
Ballet from Rochester, Mich.-a
highly regarded ballet troupe.
A NUMBER of other events
wvill take place in conjunction
with the fairs outside the festival
area itself. Silent movies with
tuster Keaton and Charlie Chap-
lin will be shown on the Diag
Thursday night.
For those whs tisho Itto perform
but are not trn-g thse schoduttd
acts, a special section sos born
set asile locatcd esr the ssb-
staiono acrsoss Print teirmon
Cymt. '"Anyneo tvhs wants to
Itting talont Itoeit instrttments and
latmt or d any sirt tf peormt-

streets
ing is welcome to come out,"
says Free Fair co-ordinator Vic-
tor Gutman.
Entertainment
schedule
I resented by
toiserstty of Micthtg' t Artis
and Craftsm1en Cuild ,nd the
Ann Arbor Council for
Perfornming Arts
All performances are on the
East University Street stage
unless otherwise noted.
TIIURSDAY, JULY 19
12:00 noon Stone Ground, light
rock band
1:00 Ann Marie Schramm,
song writer singer, guitar
2:00 Okra, jazz band .
3:00 Todd Kabza & John Dian,
rag-time songs, blue-grass, gui-
tar and harmonica
4:00 Sine Nomine popular me-
dieval and renaissance music;
lute, recorder, crum horn, viola
da damba
5:00 Turkish folk, South Ser-
bian Harem and Israeli dances
The Human Mime Troup, Ice
Cube on a Leash
6:00 The R.F.D. Boys, blue-
grass music
7:00 Hootenanny, hosted by
Linda Siglin of the Ark
7:30 - 10:00 Poetry Festival in
the Union Gallery of the Michi-
gan Union
8:30 Ann Arbor Chamber Or-
chestra presenting . Beethoven
and Haydn in the Michigan Un-
ion ballroom. Donation $1 to
cover costs
0:00 Noah Blindside, jazz, rock
and blues
10:00 - 11:30 Free Movies -
Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton
silents; on the diag
FRIDAY, JULY 20:
1: 110 mgaolk Singor.
t:lll sin Ottk Iidg RaImtlers
2:115 Nanoy itenk poppets
3:31 Junttisr 'Theater, Thurber
Caroival excerpts
5:110 Jutntar Ligt lperat, ox-
See FAIRt, Page 9

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Pints and Sculpture
July 11-79'
at the
Union Gallery
Located on the first floor,
MICHIGAN UNION
Mr. Wolfe will be present at a recep-
tion for him on Friday evening, July
20, 7-10 p.m. at The Gallery.
GALLERY HOURS: Tuesday-Saturday 10-5,
Closed Sun. and Mon.

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