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June 26, 1974 - Image 5

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Wveanesaoy, June LZ, li' ItH MitHIUAND AILY
to
ZYz eerg WCBN to begin summer
ZaAzzwuzoo Revue' brings r
broadcasting on July 1 4
vaudevile to East Quad At nJon onuulyl1, the Campus director.
Bssiesinue pir Nr k B, ,,nw-

By DAVID WARREN
Come to the small nation of
Zazzuzoo, where happy natives
will prance about in their lavish
costumes tonight through Satur-
day at East Quad Auditorium
through the auspices of the
Summer Repertory Theatre. Za-
zuzoo's message is, to quote the
Zatz OK Eid, "Don't eat liver."
The principle product of this
small, but insignificant culture
is vaudeville, and theirs is the
best since Zigfield.
THE OPENING number of
their revue is the theme song
from the old Bugs Bunny Show,
"This Is It." From there they
give out with some of the oldest
jokes in the history of man, and
some very new twists on some
very old themes. Their delivery
does great justice to those old
one liners.
Through the efforts of Val
Gifford, the director, and Rob
Nuisman, the choreographer,
this show is one of the tightest
and best conceived productions
this summer. If you saw last
year's The Banana From Outer
Space, you will know what to
expect this year. Peter Ander-

son who wrote Banana also co-
authored Zazzuzoo, and his
sense of timing is great.
The production numbers are
so good that you will find your-
self tapping your toes and
cheering. Whether it is a rendi-
tion of "Rum and Coca-Cola,"
or "The Heaven Hop" they are
all great. The dancing is well
done, especially considering that
only two of the performers have
had any formal training in
dance.
THE OOZUZZAZZUZOO Pits
Orchestra, under the direction
of Mark Eisen, is tight, and
handles the music with apparent
enthusiasm.
It would be impossible to men-
tion all of the other performers
in the show, so it will be suffi-
cient to say that they are all
happy and adroit natives.
Whether it is slow ballads,
like "TheMan I Love," or clas-
sic comedy pieces like "Witch
Doctor," this attempt at theatre
of the absurd really gives an
audience their money's worth.
Eminently worth while. At East
Quad, Wednesday through Satur-
day.

rnancasting etw or (1N1)
will begin summer broadcast-
ing for the first time since its
inception.
Following a sign-off at the end
of winter term classes in April,
the station has spent the two
months reorganiing, planning,
and obtaining the funds neces-
sary for firther operation.
"SOMEHOW, we've gotten it
all together," says Stu Gold-
bere, general manager for the
CBN operations, including both
the FM station WCBN and
WRCN, 650 AM, which is sched-
nled to begin broadcasting Sept.
2. Both stations are operated
and managed by University stu-
dents.
The summer WCBN programs
will be quite different than the
schedule for the fall and winter
t e r m s, station spokespersons
say. "Probably the most notice-
able difference will be that we'll
be broadcasting from noon until
1 a.m. instead of our usual early
morning sign-on at 7 a.m.," says
John Giese, summer program

The summer progrm, how-
ever, will retain many of the
features that WCBN has offered
in the past-including news and
sportscasts, p u b Ii c service
shows, a n d minority affairs
shows.
SUMMER scheduling is plan-
ned as follows:
Monday through Friday -
music from noon to 6 p.m., pub-
lic service programs from 6 to
7 p.m., and then music until
1 a.m.
Saturday-music from noon to
3 p.m., minority programs until
6 p.m., radio drama from 6 to
7 p.m., a new release show from
7 to 10 p.m., and music until
1 a.m.
Sunday-music from noon to
10 p.m., and minority programs
until 1 a.m.
NEWSCASTS will be featured
every day at 2, 4, 6, 9 and 11
p.m.
"We're all excited about
broadcasting WCBN this sum-
mer,' says Goldberg. "It's going

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be very busy around here
rice we're in te middle o
emoeling the atation also."
"At any rate," he concludes,
eve fully intend to turn Ann
,bor on this summer.'
)ily Official Bulletin
wednesday, June '.
gy Calendar
WUOM: interview with mistiolo-
st Prof. Peter Schickele featuring
usical iltustrations of P.D.Q.
ach, 91.7 MHz. 10:00 a.m.
During the 1972-73 fiscal year,
alifornians consumed a total
404.9 million gallons of beer,
ate tax records show.
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Around Ann Arbor
(Continued from age 2) September.
at the point downtown. The
numbered sets to be sold will be A mime performance will be
collectors items, as only 150 sets offered at the Lighthouse Fri-
were struck, day, in the basement of the
First Presbyterian Church on
The University's Musuem of Washtenaw at 8 p.m.
Art will be closed on Wednesday * * *
evenings from July 1 through The African Famine Relief
Sept. 1, and because of con- Project will hold an African din-
struction, the second floor of ner benefit at the First Baptist
the museum will be closed to Church, 512 Huron, on Saturday
the public at all times until at 6:30 p.m.
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