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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, July 21, 1976

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Performers provide added
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By LANI JORDAN
Blues and jazz, strolling min-
strels, "spontaneous h u m a n
theatre," and a hootenanny at
the Ann Arbor Art Fair? Yes,
it's true. Along with the dis-
plays of creative handiwork,
visitors will be treated to a
wide variety of musical and
dramatic performances during
each of the fair's four days.
"The performers give the peo-
ple a break from all the visual
things," said Lois Linter, enter-
tainment coordinator for the
Street Art Fair. "It's also good
exposure for up and coming
artists."
LINTER SAID that turnout in
past years for these free per-
formances has been good.
"Some groups have their own
particular audiences, of
course," she admitted, "but no
matter what type ofgroup it
is, it's greeted warmly"
The entertainment, arranged
by the Ann Arbor Council for

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the Performing Arts (AACPA),
is performed on a stage located
on East University near the
Physics and Astronomy Build-
ing.
WHEN CHOOSING the per-
formers, Linter strives for di-
versity. Although AACPA mem-
bers are given first choice to
appear, talent from other Ann
Arbor groupsand outlying areas
is also sought.
"Sometimes performers are a
little reluctant, but those who've
taken the chance (to partici-
pate) have really enjoyed it,"
said Linter.
She added, "In the future I'd
be delighted if more local peo-
ple-dancers and theatre groups
-would get involved."
DESPITE THE blazing sun,
rained-out performances, and
hot floors under the feet of
dance troupes, many perform-
ing groups have enjoyed their
art fair experience so much
that they return year after
year.
An unusual slide presentation
will be part of the entertain-
ment offered this year. A group
of photographers will wander
throughout the fair, taking pic-
tures of the crowds. Then, each
evening, slides of the previous
day will be shown, giving spec-
tators their own chance to "be
part of the art fair."
Here is the schedule of enter-
tainment for this year's fair:
Performance Schedule
WEDNESDAY, JULY 21
10:00 To Be Announced (TBA)
11:00 TBA
12:00 Roadside Attractions -
A Grande de Coca Cola
1:00 Country & Old Blues
2:00M Medieval Festival pre-
view
3:00 Ann Arbor Dance The-
ater (improvisations)
4:00 Tae Kwon Do demonstra-
tion
5:00 Trinidad T r i p o I i Steel
Band
7:00 Recorder Society (Chil-
dren's Art Booth)
7:00 Summer Band (on green)
8:00 Beledi Dancers & folk
dances-Art Worlds

8:30 "All Directions" (jazz &
funk)
10:00 Slide Presentation
THURSDAY, JULY 22
10:00 TBA
11:00 TBA
12:00 Roadside Attractions -
A Grande de Coca Cola
1:00 Theater Co. - excerpts
from Bitch, You Crazy and Mad
Madonnas
2:00 Medieval Festival pre-
view
3:00 Strolling Players
5:00 Galliard Brass Ensemble
(renaissance & baroque)
6:00 Sing-along w it h Dianne
Baker
6:45 Stoney Creek (blue
grass)
7:00 Recorder Society - Chil-
dren's Art Booth
7:30 Tae Kwon Do - demon-
stration by the academy
8:15 Ark "Hootenanny"
10:00 Slide Presentation
FRIDAY, JULY 23
10:00 TBA
11:00 TBA
12:00 Kalamazoo Children's
Theater (on the green)
12:30 "Gemini" twin quitarist
(original music)
1:00 Kalamazoo Children's
Theater
2:00 Strolling Players
4:00 RFD Boys (bluegrass)
6:00 "Headwind" (jazz)
7:30 Lighthouse (dancers &
payers)
9:00 Beledi & folk dancers
9:45 "Gemini"
10:00 Slide Presentation (on
the green)
SATURDAY, JULY 24
10:00 TBA
11:10 TBA
11:30 Tae Kwon Do - demon-
stration by the academy
12:00 Medieval Festival pre-
view
1:00 Theater Co. of AA -
Bitch, You Crazy & Mad Ma-
donnas
2:00 Roadside Attractions -
comedia del Arte
3:00 Gale Benson & Andy
Drelles .Quartet (jazz)
Schedule is subject to late
changes. In case of inclement
weather, performances will be
cancelled.

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