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Department of Theatre and Drama
The Bard and Pennell in The
Tempest. See Friday listing. 2 p.m.
The Fourth Street Playhouse
Who Killed Richard Cory con-
tinues. See Friday listing. 7:30

Bars & Clubs
Annie's Dugout-Stainless Steel
plays rock and roll for your dan-
cing pleasure.
The Blind Pig-The Bonnevilles
play rhythm & blues with a com-
bination of rockabilly.
The Earle-Come listen to the
wonderful jazz of the Ron Brooks
The Fox's Den (Lord Fox)-
Winifred Kerner plays those won-
derful classics on piano.
The Habitat-Pegasus comes
your way with top-40 easy-listening
Joe's Star Lounge-Steve Nar-
della is back with more exciting
rock and roll.
Mainstreet Saloon-The Falcons
fly in R&B dancers.
Mr. Flood's Party-Willy D.
Warren and the Brush Street Band
perform at Flood's tonight.
Mountain Jack's-This will be
Rainbow's last Friday night to
play top-40 dance music for you.
Rick's American Cafe-Lonnie
Brooks is in from Chicago with a
suitcase full of blues.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)-Catch David Mayer on
piano at happy hour and Bart Polot
from 7 p.m. to close.
Stage ^Door-Jazz vocalist
Marietta Baylis will entertain this

thday! As if that weren't enough to
get you out to the Michigan
Theatre tonight at 8 p.m., Bonnie
Raitt, Dr. John, and Jim
Dapogny's Chicago Jazz Band are
included in the guest list. Will they
reveal Sippie's true age? Find out
for $8.50-$11.50. Recommeded
(honestly). Call 662-6289.edd
Prism Productions
If you can get a ride down to East
Lansing, and you've got $8.50,
you're cordially invited to see and
hear Missing Persons at the Outer
Limits (formerly The Bus. Stop)
club. Lead vocalist Dave Bozzio
did some work with Frank Zappa
through the years. Call 332-2900.
The Ark
Country/jazz/folk singer Rosalie
Sorrels plays The Ark (1421 Hill)
tonight and tomorrow. Billed as
having "a whiskey laugh and a
voice as rich as Guinness Ale."
Drink it up, starting at 9 p.m. Call
School of Music, Department of
A Senior Dance Concert, Just Us,
In The Round, will be presented
tonight in the Studio A Theater,
Dance Building (1310 N. University
Ct.). This Dance Concert will
feature eight works by University
graduating seniors Therese Bar-
nes, Caron Wiesner, and Frances
Zappella. These choreographers
will be working in cooperation with
musicians and composers in at
least one of each of their works. 8
p.m. 763-5460. Free.

sity Players in tonight's continuing
production of Shakespeare's The
Tempest. Pennell, who has starred
at the Stratford Festival and
elsewhere, calls the play "a
Chinese box-it's a theme, within a
theme, within a theme." The 8
p.m. show takes place at the Power
Center. Call 764-0450.
The Fourth Street Playhouse
Edwin Arlington Robinson's
poem "Who Killed Richard Cory?"
gets the theatrical treatment in
this collage of short scenes. A.R.
Gurney adapted the work for
stage. $7 (301 W. 4th; Royal Oak);
8:30 p.m. Call 543-3666.
University Activities Center
Elvis gets the Soph Show treat-
ment-in this term's production of
Bye Bye Birdie! continuing tonight
at 8 p.m. in the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theater. Crooner Conrad Birdie
gets inducted and the WACs swoon.
$4.50-$5.50. Call 763-1107.
The stickers face off against the
icemen from Western Michigan
tonight at 7:30 p.m. in Yost. Ice
Arena. $3-$4. Call 764-0247.
Kiwanis Club of Ann Arbor
The Kiwanis' annual Christmas
Sale brings "usednbut not abused"
household goods within your grasp
today and tomorrow at the Kiwanis
Activities Center (200 S. 1st). Sale
of toys, books, records, sporting
goods, etc., benefits numerous
community projects. Today's
hours: 1-8 p.m. Call 665-0450.
Women's Resources Task Force
The task force at Washtenaw
Community College holds its an-
nual Non-Traditional Career Day
for women. Senator Lana Pollack
is among the scheduled speakers
for the day-long festival beginning
at 9 a.m. (4800 E. Huron River
Drive). Call 973-3493. Free.
Clare Spitler Works of Art
This art gallery hosts a Christ-
mas Open House today and
tomorrow in conjunction with the
"Toys and Gadgets" show,
featuring lighthearted works of
sculpture, graphics, and paintings.
(2007 Pauline Court) Open house
runs from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Call 662-
8914. Free.

Main Street Saloon-Come ex-
perience the motown and rhythm &
blues of the Falcons.
Mr. Flood's Party-Willy D.
Warrem and the Brush St. Band
clean up at Flood's.
Mountain Jack's-Rainbow con-
cludes their engagement at Moun-
tain Jack's tonight with top-40
Rick's American Cafe-Lonnie
Brooks continues his Chicago
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)-David Mayer plays
through happy hour with Bart
Polot taking over from 7 p.m. til
Stage Door-Soft, sweet, jazzy
vocals by Marietta Baylis this
School of Music
Violinist Amy Maynard, BM,
takes to the strings at 2 p.m. in
Recital Hall.
Six hours later, Susan Trudgeon
pulls out a piano for her perfor-
mance, also at Recital Hall.
Finally, Carl St. Clair conducts
the Contemporary Directions En-
semble in their 8 p.m. concert at
Rackham Auditorium. Call 764-
2119. All events are free.
Rich and Maureen Del Grosso
bring a tad of Britain and Ireland
to Folktown (Southfield Civic Cen-
ter Parks & Recreation) along with
some down home blues and jazz.
Featured artists at the Old Raven
Gallery. $4. Call 855-9848.
Eclipse Jazz/University Club
Jazz cellist David Eyges con-
tinues Eclipse's line of exciting U-
Club guests. Currently performing
with saxophonist William Byard
Lancaster and drummer Sunny
Murray, Eyges first joined Gunter
Hampel's group in 1972. 8 p.m.
University Club; $3.50. Call 763-
,The Ark
Rosalie Sorrels returns. See
Friday listing. 9 p.m.
Residential College
The RC Singers present their fall
concert of choral music tonight at 8
p.m. in the East Quadrangle
Auditorium. Camille Saint Seans'
Christmas Oratorio is featured.
Paul Klemme conducts; Mark
Toews is the organist. Free.
School of Music/Department of
The Senior Dance Concert Just
Us, In The Round, continues
tonight. See Friday, Dance.
Ypsilanti Area Dancers
Two National Ballet of Canada
dancers appear in today's two per-
formances of The Nutcracker at
the Ypsilanti High School
Auditorium. Cynthia Lucas and
Ypsilanti native Anthony Randoz-
zo star in the 3 and 7:30 p.m.
shows, presented in conjunction
with the Salvation Army. $4 ($2 for
children). Call 482-4700.
Department of Theatre and Drama
Nicholas Pennell froths over The
Tempest. See Friday listing.8 p.m.

The Fourth Street Playhouse
Who Killed Richard Cory? I
don't know. See Friday listing. 9
University Activities Center
Bye Bye Birdie! takes off. See
Friday listing. 8 p.m.
Ann Arbor Art Association
The Art Association will be of-
fering- a "Holiday Magic
Workshop" today. The workshops
are designed for children from
ages 6 and up and will include such
activities as weaving, making soft
sculptures, and making their own
printed notes and wrapping paper.
There is a $6 charge for each
workshop. (117 W. Liberty) 994-
Kiwanis Club of Ann Arbor
The Christmas Sale continues. 9
a.m.-noon. See Friday listing.
Center for Continuing Education of
Today's workshop on "Women in
Medicine and Dentistry" in the
Kellogg Auditorium (Fletcher en-
trance) from 9 a.m.-noon features
four women speakers. Dr. Inta Er-
tel (Internal Medicine and
Pediatrics), Dr. Sharyl Pomeran-
ce, DDS, medical student Barbara
Johnson, and dental student Anita
Yearout discuss strategies for a
medical/dental career. Call 764-
2382. Free.
Clare Spitler Works of Art
The "Toys and Gadgets" open
house continues. See Friday

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Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig-Mr. B and
George Bedard perform blues to
blues you.
The Earle-Superb piano by
Larry Manderville to enhance your
evening at the romantic Earle.
Joe's Star Lounge-The wonder-
fully original Blue Front Per-
suaders come your way with some
R&B classics.
Mr. Flood's Party-Fabulous
folk and blues singer and guitarist
Roy Kamalay performs tonight.
Mountain Jack's-Dance to the
top-40 of Lifeline.
Rick's American Cafe-The
funky sounds of AstraLight enter-
tain at Rick's.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)-Pleasurable piano by
David Mayer tonight.
University Club-Michael
Kremen hosts the Golden Oldies
School of Music
Tonight's 8 p.m. composers
forum takes place in Recital Hall.
Call 764-2119. Free.
This is your chance to audition
for a place in Opryland, the Nash-
ville Theme Park that highlights
live musical. productions. Singers,
musicians, dancers, and
technicians are invited to try out
from 1-5 p.m. at the University
Assembly Hall. Call 615-889-6600.
Hillel Foundation
Michigan Daily alumnus Joshua
Peck speaks on "The Media's
Treatment of the Middle East"
during today's Hillel-sponsored
discussion in the Markley Con-
course Lounge. 8 p.m. Call 663-
3336. Free.
Joe's Star Lounge
It's jitterbug time again! Dance
the night away from 8-9:30 p.m.
with instructors Jim Kruz and
Vicki Honeyman-no experience
or partner necessary. The Blue
Front Persuaders help out. Call
665-JOES or 665-7974.

Marshall Crenshaw: Sunday, Second Chance

it's rock 'n' roll or new wave, the
Flexibles make it happen at
Roundhouse Saloon -(Gandy
Dancer)-Bart Polot and David
Mayer alternate on wonderful
piano solos.
University Club-Michael
Kremen hosts the Reggae Dance
University Musical Society
Carlo Maria Giulini, former CSO
conductor, leads the Los Angeles
Philharmonic in what is certain to
be an outstanding orchestral con-
cert. Hill Auditorium; 8:30 p.m.
Recommended. Call 764-2538.
School of Music
Tibor Szasz, DMA, gives a piano
recital in Recital Hall tonight at 8
Studio 2110 of the School of Music
hosts tonight's 8 p.m. - Church
Music Recital. Call 764-2119. Free.

School of Music
The University Campus Or-
chestra performs at Hill
Auditorium at 8 p.m. Lauris Kald-
jian is featured as soloist in Max
Bruch's Violin Concerto. Call 764-
2119. Free.
Also tonight at 8 p.m. the tuba
students give a concert at Recital
The Ark
Another fine jazz concert at The
Ark as pianist George Winston
arrives with "brooding blends of
jazz, folk, and latin music. Recen-
tly recorded on the collection Win-
dham Hill Sampler. (1421 Hill) Call
Office of Major Events
The Roches come to town and
freak Power Center people out
tonight at 8 p.m. Pay $8.50. Call
Women's Basketball
The Michigan hoopsters take on
the tall people of Cleveland State in
tonight's 5 p.m. match in Crisler
Arena. Call 663-2411.

Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)-From 4:30 to 6:30 we
have David Mayer on piano, then
Bart Polot from 9 to midnight.
School of Music
Carl St. Clair conducts the
University Philharmonic in their 8
p.m. performance at Hill
Meanwhile, Edward Smith leads
the Jazz Band in a rousing 8 p.m.
concert at Rackham Auditorium.
Finally, bassoonist Dean Zim-
merman, MM, blows it out at his 8

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Bars & Clubs
Del Rio-A tradition-filled evening
of open jazz.
Mr. Flood's Party-Steve Wethy
plays boogie-woogie blues on piano
at Flood's.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)-Bart Polot plays sweet
piano for your Sunday at the Gan-
dy Dancer.
School of Music
Recital Hall is the scene of
today's 2 p.m. Student Chamber
Music Recital.
At 4 p.m. Irish composer Alois
Fleischmann gives a guest lecture
and demonstration at Stearns.
Also, the University Chamber
Orchestra, consisting of members
of the University Symphony Or-
chestra performs at Rackham
Auditorium at 8 p.m. Call 764-2119.
Prism Productions
The late great Buddy Holly has a
very talented follower in Marshall
Crenshaw, who performs tonight
at Second Chance. Crenshaw, with
hits like "Someday, Someway," is
a Michigan favorite with a good
feel for oldtime rock with an '80s
feel and clever lyrics. The show
starts at 9:30 p.m. $8.50. Recom-

Bars & Clubs-
Annie's Dugout-Stainless Steel
pounds out more rock and roll for
The Blind Pig-The Bonnevilles
rock the cafe tonight with rhythm
& blues.
The Earle-Smooth jazz,.by the
Ron Brooks Trio at the Earle
The Fox's Dan (Lord Fox)-
Light, easy, contemporary jazz
piano with Steve Larson tonight.
The Habitat-Top-40 hits by
Pegasus at the Habitat tonight.
Joe's Star Lounge-Ann Arbor's
favorite rocker Steve Nardella
rocks the Star Bar tonight.

Bars & Clubs
The Earle-While soaking up the
cozy atmosphere of the Earle
listen to Larry Manderville on
Joe's Star Lounge
The jitterbugging continues! See
Monday listing. 8-9:30 p.m.
Mr. Flood's Party-Jazzy folk
duo who call themselves the Trees
are at Flood's.1
Mountain Jack's-Lifeline
returns with top-40 dance tunes to
keep you goin'.
Rick's American Cafe-Billed as
"America's best reggae band," I-
Tal jams tonight at Rick's.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer)-David Mayer plays hap-
py hour piano and in the evening
Bart Polot takes over.
University Club--Giggle along
with Laugh Track.

Missing Persons: Friday, East Lansing
Music Theater
Szopinski Productions Department of Theatre and Drama
Hey! It's your chance to help Nicholas Pennell, the famed_
Sippie Wallace celebrate her bir- classical actor, joins the Univer-

Bars & Clubs
The Earle-Larry Manderville is
back on the piano for sweet
Mr. Flood's Party-The talented
Terry Tate performs guitar, piano,
and blues vocals fpr the Flood
Mountain Jack's-Dance your
life away with Lifeline and their
top-40 dance tunes.
Rick's American Cafe-Whether

Bars & Clubs
The Earle-The Ron Brooks Trio
returns with jazz for your Thur-
sday night.
The Fox's Den (Lord
Fox)-Piano classics by Winifred
Kerner this evening.
Joe's Star Lounge-The hot 10-
piece dance band Sun Messengers
rock Joe's.
Mr. Flood's Party-The Falcons
fly into Flood's for fabulout fun
while playing motown and rhythm
& blues.
Mountain Jack's-Lifeline belts
out top-40 dance tunes tonight.
Rick's American Cafe-I-Tal
continues to pump out the Reggae
at Rick's.

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