100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

July 24, 1971 - Image 9

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1971-07-24

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Saturday, July 24, 1971
Daily

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

Classi fieds

tConflianiesl roweOPERSONAL
PERSONAL BLOOD DONOR5
31 nn TOesilll URGENTLY NEEDED
$1111811Rh. $10 & $12 Rh1 negative 01116
CARRIAGE HOUSE Mlet_ Tes, Thu rFr.P44Wed.
16 '5-8e2 tc' M 61111Col no4iity Blatd(511111
404 %W. Mwsl'h:gn, Ypilantii
rile eily BOOKS BANNED \t ooden 41-i394
Spoon Bokss ore .are Recadei ,Digest. t
200 NB Pocib Ace wAnn E69-4775.
Open 8,051 .,and 63 16 nOES 'ti 6. ANT PRINT SALE lat tihe 51 B 1
6f;53 j Press.T hurts, Fi., Salt. & Sim.1 1217
_ 1 Peospect, AA. Phone 761-0942 (T,27'
'T B IE COUNTRY IS INVAD NO( WNRS
S190 AM. LISTEN FOB SHIN1 ALL BILLIlARDS TABLE TENNIS BOWLING
NEW COUNTRY SOUND, AUGUST: 1'T1L 1 A.M1. FBI & SAT. UNION
lSt. 6 A.M-IONOFF. cF58 'P17
Residential College Summer Theater
presents
--Moliere's-
J uly 22-24 75 C 8:00 P.M.
Thiurs.-Sat. East Quad Aud.
.o',eph t n ,e presentsla Mke N 16111Fii 111r11 11 ,lt'651t scnCanaceBerger
MIike Nichols,Jack Nicholson,p
Candice Bergen, Arhur Garfunkel
UAnn-Margret and Jules Feilier.,
Carnal Knowledge.4
"was sorry to see
CARNAL KNOWLEDGE' end.' 2
Vincent Canby
New York Times -
U C
~1 VR'An Avco Embassy Pcture
DOORS OPEN -
12:45~
SHOWS AT
1,35,7,9P.M. DAL5-6240 j
H EE1L WOODY !(
t 2nd HILARIOUS WEEK!
1/ OPEN 1 PM.E
SHWFFIU

:._PERSONAL
hei BageIFact oy
CARRIAGE HOUSE
6;65-8825 Ft c
MCATI & GAl' K.lpialI Futoeing Catlee
I ntw'beinlg foeted.P Forinfeomtion
a1114 15o115ll-et (,l (311)1851-6077.
INTRlO-ACT Wkly. & Wknd., Groups.
Self - jlw li,, (t - feel - und~erstand -
663-7616. CFtc
LATEST IDEAS Ill Creaivce Printing1 foe
Pamhlet,1, 1.cee,. Stateoneey, Christ-
msCar'ete zc. 1tsual Printintg our
iSleiltyS M1BIPre-Cll 761 -0942.
WRO KNOWS WHAT EVIL LURKS IN
ON WRNS 1290 AM 1111 WNRZ 102.9
PM STEREO, WEEKNIGHTS AT 6.I
cFSO
DOUBLE YOUR PLEASURE wth diu-
btle'kiit suts, spoetst~ls and lt'at
ferotm Maety's, 710 S. State St. Ftc
WE SELL the Se-It and patch the rest.
Wtte of thetFP toce Walelbfetis.214
E. W:,sh i gtan, 769-9620. 1111
YOU GET twha't youlIpay foe.
Love, Tom ald Harry
r COMING AUGUST It
IRE COUNTRY SOUND TO
WNRS RADIO 1200 AM
WEDDING RINGS AND JEWELRY
Rate Jhan creale yo011 own design in
white oe yellow gold. Reasanable!
peices. 760-7550. eFte
TV AND STONED RENTALS-Satiofae-;
lion Gutaeanteed. Feee Delivsery, oeev-
ice, an piEk-up. Call BNa, 662-~
5671. 6Fto
GM BARBERSHOF
8:30-5:15 p.m. Mon.-Sat. UNION
1 57
The Ann Arbor Fair Nonsing Ordi-
nanee and lhe University of MiEh-1
igan Regents' bylawa peohibitdia-
crimoination in housing. Questions
should be dircted 10 Off-Campus
Honsing, 764-7400.

arsAn energetic MiKiser'

Ry MAKCIA ABKAMSON
Tile Residential College Play-
i p'sfroduction of MOlhere's The
Miser con best be described with
lope word: energetic.
Ofteo thle energy swas ssed nell,
lB daocing ond clowning- tbat
stilted tbe spirited cnmedy per-
fectly. Tbe scuffle between tbe
msiser aod La Flecbe in tbe first
Set, for example, was beautifnlly
choreograpbed ond per'form~ed.
Bitt somtim~es energy took tbe

at times 5i.< inappropriate 10 1i11
action; wben tile mliser's daugb-
ter is heartbroken b cause bet
fatber wants to marrCy 63r to a
r icb old man, it seetis unllikely
shse woulid 1711 around so fuioos-
1ly.
Muchl of tbe timle the actol's
and actresses seemed to be conl-
centrating mlore on mlovemsent
titan on creating visual comledy
witb tbeir faces and actions and
expressing Moliere's words in
tbe broad comic way tbe play de-
mands. Tbeir lines were too oft-
en flat and lifeless.
Two oafish servants imlported
by tbe Iniser for a dinnoer party
made small uste of 81511comIic po-
tential in therir roles, and pro-
voked gigglec inst ead o guf-
faw's at best,
And somietim~es, \\vhen sincerity
was called for, as in tbe love
scene between tbe miser's son
and the girl be adores, tbe gig-
gles remained,
Tbe exception to all tbis was
Ian Stullberg in twin roles as La-
Flecbe and Master Jacques. Stul-
berg boo a tremtendously mobile
'face and body, and tbe okill to
adapt tbem to every demand of
bis roles, He was not only comic,
but als alive and individual-
a tborougbly engaging cbaracter.
Dianne LaMacbia sbowed some
of same spirit as Frosine, the
wvorldly wise go-between.
Tbe play is the comic story of
an old miser wbose love for gold
interferes witb tbe romancea of
bis son and daugbter. Tbings get
more and more confused until at
last an unexpected twist-dens
ex macbins if you like-settles
all bappily.
The Miser, by Moliere out of
Plautus, is not so difficult a play
to put on because it is so comic,
and tbe RC Players do a fairly
creditable job, altbougb it is
clear most of cast are quite
amateurs.

place of acting, Tbe cast was
often so busy moving around tbat
tbey seemed never to talk to eacb
otber ; tbey were always talking
at tbe audience. Tbe movement

Tonight & Tomorrow
IMITATION
OF LIFE
Don't forget your Kleenex
- irrestible tear jerker
directed by Douglas Sirk,
1 959. The housekeeper's
daughter passes for white
in Broadway High Society.
Makalia Jacksan, L a n a
Turner, S u s a n Kahner,
Sandra Dee.
ARCH ITECTURE
AUDITORIUM
7 :00 & 9:05
75C

HI-Fl STUDIO
ANNUAL SUMMER SALE
Offering REAL price reductions that
will not be repeated in 1971 START-
I NG NOW
Some of our lines
" Jensen 0 Acoustic Research
" Garrard 0 Kenwood
" KLH 0 DUAL
" Scott 0 Sherwood
" Sony
Tel. 668-7942
Unbelievable Sacrif ices- Up to 40 % off
Backed up by our Factory Authorized Service
121 W. WASH INGTON-Downtown-i blk. W. of Main

4

rDIAL 662-6264

* At State & Liberty *

BANANAS Moves
You More than Prunes !

fThe
heavenlyl
Icigaretel
Icommercuall
the price
of
admissioe.

gdali eds
(of course)
COR by OtLsxo'

See
Woody'
sect
world
o
sports?
f.

.r IflIGAN~7_
tennessee wiITams
A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE
*Winner of the Pulitzer Prize and N.Y. Drama Critics Circle Award
OPENS TUESDAY
Additional Performances through Saturday, July 31
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN CURTAIN: 8:00
Box Office Open P:6860
12:30-5:00D Mon., P:6860
12:30-8:00OTues.-Sat. $1.50-$2.50
COMING AUG. 3-7: World Premiere of Phillip Hayes Dean's-
THE' GHOST DANCERS

I,

l,'

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan