Wednesday, June 19, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine
Lasane U' ancers showcase talent
TOSC 2n ini By CASSIF ST. CLAIR ing over half the performers not work for me. As the dance fan dance to be taken lightly.
Lasntu t Frid y night the Power due to summer break, the dance progressed, it bec-ome more (haconne in D Minor was a
P conti otdtfoma b addt enter aas the scene of sell still came off alive with spirit. and more geome-tric. Execution flamiogo type dance with Spao-
a tearpoon of sugar and dcup executed techniqtues and styles The rhythmical, nmoving Asaka ot thot point wo critical so os ih flare, flashy costutmes and
of milk. Coot the bottom of each by the University Dancers. The led to soft ond somber Amibois- not to destroy the lotlerns tie fantastic exccution. The per-
on it. oateotm auce La choreography ond ctostumes me. The lighting in this piece performers created. formers leorted this ntmber by
pan w<ith tomato sauce. Layer coegah n otmsf)lr ei~elti ttlbr y-epnwt aan eegetadte lgigws defined the non-human qualities NedOtoWar l; ai-dnciittmair, frp-
the pan with lasagne noodles ssere greot and the lighting define the o-uni on qmuealite Nerd Out of Water was a so- dance notation, a toast for pro-
noodles ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t~ of the uniceltlulr anmoeba. The reythWh cidnD s
and sprinkle with thinly sliced absolutely fantastic. tniqte thing about this dance tire by the Wolverine Dancers fessional doocers. By ssing this
one-by-three recetangles of Moz- The first dance followed the was that it was performed en- pointing out the coordination or notational system, a dance can
iarella cheese. Using a spoon, tradition of dance concerts here tirely on the floor depicting the over-lap between dance majors io recreated by other dancers.
sireod the Ricotta into a some- at the University with a color- way the amoeba moves strug- and phys ed majOrs. The This dance was te most pol-
what even layer, following this fol, rhymetical, almost wild pre- gling to free itself from t h e pseudo-flare was almost flawless ished of ill the dances of the
with the grated Parmesan and sentation of Asaka Celebration. ground. We saw three amoebae as the performers stumbled and evnin: f heatiul closin- note
Romano cheese in a sparingly Thirty minutes before curtain, moving, trying, aspiring to be tripped their way through Nerd e sfor ti th Annual Amiu rican
thin coating. drummers entertained and set something other than amoebae, prover s. Although the me- ning fornte 1 is Conuntic n
On ton of all these minredients th, .,ord fnr, his, t lizedi-.e rei- was a little obsctre, it was o Dance t ild Coosetion:
oour on a generous amount of
sauce. Repeat the procedoore
three or four times, depending
on the depth of the pan. On the
extreme top reduce the amount
of Ricotta, Mozzarella, and Par-
mesan-Romano in favor of more
Preheat the oven to 325 de-
grees and bake both pans on a
low rack for 40 minutes. If you
Jo not enjoy Lasagne Toscanini
;tart taking Philosophy clasds
to find out what the good things
n life are made if. B u o n o
Daily Official Bulletin
Wednesday, June 19
OM T triloki Nath Kaul, In -
oian ambassador to U. S., speaks on
tndia's recent nucear test, 91.7
Psychiatry: conference on "A Six
Year Old Who Committed Fratri-
ride: Therapy of the Mother and
Child", speakers Maria Paluszny,
Noarte McNabb, discurrant Selma
Fraiberg, CPH Aud., 10:15 a.m.
Aerospace: K. Roesner, "Stability
sf a Taylor Vortex Flow with an
Imposed Temperature Gradient,"
229 W. Eng., 4 p.m.
Me m IOC IM MSLYIIIC Ci
val. The two major parts of
Vera Embree's choreography
was separated by a vocalist.
The dance heightened to a peak
with the surprise guest appear-
ance of Alvin McDuffie, a Mich-
igan graduate now dancing with
the Alvin Ailey Dancers. Miss-
AUBADE is to morning what
serenade is to evening. As a
serenade is lyrical, soft and
romantic, Aubade is a dance of
beginning filled with doubts and
exhilarations, winding top to see
all things new.
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