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Bars & Clubs
Annie's Dugout - An evening of
music and laughter with Bob
Springfield.
Arbor Valley Inn - Dance the
night away to counry rock with The
Mills Sisters and Diamondback.
The Blind Pig - Guitarist and
singer Paul Geremia performs
original and traditional country
blues.
The Earle - The Ron Brooks trio
performs catchy jazz numbers to
spice up your evening.
The Habitat - Contemporary
rock and dance tunes with The
Whiz Kids.
Joe's Star Lounge - The Ur-
bations jam to a variety of R&B
tunes to fire up your evening.
Main Street Saloon - Folk
singer and guitarist Dwight
Carroll plays to the saloon.
Mr. Flood's Party - R & B
specialists The Blue Front Per-
suaders play arranged and im-
provised bluestunes.
Mountain Jack's - Lifeline will
dazzle you with a selection of top-40
songs.
Rabbi Guido's-Trees goes out on
a limb for a leaflet of folk.
Rick's American Cafe - Dance
to the sound of the spirited 1-2-3
Go!
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Bart Polot solo piano
Second Chance - Swing to the
top-40 with Mariner.
Stage Door - Hilarious comedy
with "The State of theWorld."
University Club - Flying Tigers
rock your socks off !
West Bank - Mystique rocks
you with top-40 hits.
Winston's Pub - Jazzy piano
and vocals with Buster Banks.
Music
School of Music
Star pianist Murray Perahia will
lead a special master class
this morning, featuring perfor-
mances by some of the school's
leading pianists. The class begins
in Recital Hall at 10:30 a.m.
This evening at 8 the school's
finest violin and trombone sounds
emerge from a co-recital, also in
Recital Hall. Call 763-4726. Both
events are free.
Canterbury Loft
The bones of Percy Danforth rat-
tle with the diverse music of local
acoustic quartet. Nada tonight at
the Loft. The celebration of spring
concert also features dance im-
provisations by Deborah Chandler,
Irish jigs, Indian tabla drums, and
"music for meditation." A fun
time for only $3. 8 p.m. Call 995-
4451.
Theater
Washtenaw Community College
Players
An almost-adolescent angel

commits five murders-that's the
story of 'The Bad Seed. Maxwell
Anderson's play stars Marike
Phillips and is directed by William
Devereaux. $2. Washtenaw Com-
munity College theater (4800 E.
Huron River Drive). Call 973-3625.
Professional theater Program
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, ' a sad
saga of a multi-plagued southern
family, won a Pulitzer Prize for the
late Tennessee Williams. Now the
University's professional company
is trying its hand. $6.00 - $10.50.
Call 764-0450.
Dance
University Dance Department
Michael Driscoll - and Jean
Donaldson present Stepping Out'
with the help of quite a few friends.
Free, but donations are requested.
Dance Building Studio A (1310 N.
University Ct.) Call 763-5460.
Etc
Netherland-America University
League.
The University's Dutch writer-
in-residence presents his
biographical film "Jean Reuche,
Anthropologist." 8 p.m. Rackham
Amphitheater. Free.
Performance Network/Cross-
Cultural Ats Exchange
Several of Haile Gerima's films
will be presented at the Network as
a part of their "Black Independent
Cinema" series. $2.00. 7 p.m. (408
W. Washington). Call 663-0681.
The Committee for Gender
Research
The Committee's Research
Forum for Third World Women's
Concerns presents Alice Hamer,
Professor of History and Women's
Studies. Professor Hamer speaks
on the topic of "A Fertility
Association and Change in the
Twentieth Centry Africa," which is
based on her field work in a
Senegalese village. Bring a brown
bag lunch to the International Cen-
ter for this noon presentation. Cof-
fee & t:ea provided. Call 764-0373.
Free.
Stagedoor
Ad Absurdum, presents an
original comedy, "The State of the
World" at the Stagedoor (300 S.
Thayer) tonight at 9 and 11 p.m. No
cover. Call 763-3042.

Main Street Saloon -Danceabl e
top-40 and oldies with Scat.
Mr. Flood's Party - The ex-
citing Blue Front Persuaders with
the best of R & B.
Mountain Jack's - Swing to the
top-40 of Lifeline.
Rabbi Guido's-Folk sunshine
shines on Trees tonight.
Rick's American Cafe - Dan-
ce to the sound of 1-2-3 Go!
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Solo piano with Bart
Polot.
Second Chance - The Chance of-
fers top-40 rock with Mariner.
Stage Door - "The State of the
World" comedy team will have you
holding your sides with laughter.
West Bank - Top-40 with
Mystique tonight.
Winston' Pub (Win Schulers) -
Piano and vocalist Buster
Music-
Canterbury Loft
Nada's "Equinox" returns this
evening at 8. See Friday's listing.
University Musical Society
World-reknown classical
guitarist Michael Lorimer's per-
formance will include the world
premier of a work by the Univer-
sity's Leslie Bassett. $6-9. 8:30
p.m., Rackham Auditorium.
Etc
University Center for Continuing
Education of Women
Women who are completing
degrees and ready to move into the
world of work are invited to attend
the workshop, "The Exit Ex-
perience: Letting Go and Moving
On." Career women will be able to
explore the experience of leaving
the University and moving toward
the professional world with in-
struction dealing with designing
career paths and finding strategies
to Accomplish desired goals. Coun-
seling groups on career decision
making may also be offered. 1:00
to 3:00 p.m. (350 S. Thayer) Call
763-1353 or 764-6555. Free.
Hillel
Sy Kleinman is really funny and
tells good stories too, and he's
come all the way from the Big Ap-
ple to share his gift. Last year's
performance was a big hit. $7.50-
$12.50 (Students $3.50-$6.50).
Michigan Theater. Call 663-3336 or
668-8480.
Performance Network/Cross-
Cultural Arts Exchange
Haile Gerima's films. 2:00 (see
Friday's listing). There will also
be a 7:00 show featuring the
premiere of "Ashes and Embers"
for which the admission price is $3.
Stagedoor
Ad Absurdum again. See Friday
listing. '

Joe's Star Lounge - Summer
Concerts benefit: bands to be an-
nounce.
Main Street Saloon - Jazz quin-
tet Tantra with an interesting
selection of fusion and electronic
jazz.
Mr. Flood's 'Party - Bluesy
pianist Pete Falkenstein.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy Dan-
cer) - Solo pianist Bart Polot.
Second Chance - Top 40 hits
with Mariner.
West Bank - Top 40 sextet
Topaz.
Music
University Faculty
Samuel Mayes, former first
cellist with the Philadelphia Or-
chestra performs a cello recital at
4 p.m. in the Rackham
Auditorium. Call 763-4726. Free.
Homegrown Women's Music
Series
Singer/guitarist Mary Earle and
bassoonist Roxanne Minsch per-
form a variety of folkish music at 7
p.m. Performance Network (408
W. Washington). $3. Call 665-8202
or 663-2209.
The Ark
The Boys of Lough, an Irish folk
quartet whose great performances
of the 1960s turned American folk
fans on to British Isles folk music,
return to one of their old hangouts.
Polished and lively, "the Boys"
usually play larger concert halls,
so it should be a treat to see them
at the Ark (1420 Hill). Shows are at
7:30 and 9:30, and tickets are $6.
Call 761-1451.
Academy of Early Music
(Washtenaw Council for the Arts)
"A Complete Performance of
J.S. Bach's Musical Offering" is
presented by four professional
Academy members on baroque
violin, harpsichord, traverso, and

viola da gamba. This is a complex
but accessible work which is har-
dly ever performed in its entirety.
The performance is at 8 p.m. in the
Michigan Union's Pendleton
Room. Call 996-1316. Free._
Prism Productions
Way out, weird, wild and in-
novative British band the
Psychedelic Furs bring their
brand of music to the Michigan
Theater at 8 p.m. Tickets are $10.
Theater
Professional Theater Program
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. See
Friday, 8:00. This ime the play is
at 2 p.m.
Etc
University of Michigan
The 60th Annual Honors Con-
vocation recognizing un-
dergraduate honor students will be
held at 2 p.m. at Hill Auditorium.
Joan Stark, dean of the School of
Education, will be the speaker so
come see your brilliant friends
receive their deserved rewards.

Mr. Flood's Party - Folk and
country with Kevin Brown.
Rick's American Cafe - The
Pulsations will be here to give youa
a tasty assortment of reggae and
funk.
Roundhouse Saloon (Gandy
Dancer) - Bart Polot on piano.
Second Chance - Jam session
with local and regional bands.
University Club'- Dance Party,
with DJ and top-40 hits.
West Bank - Top-40 sextet
Topaz.
Music
University Percussion Ensemble
Michael Udow directs this
program of mostly twentieth cen-
tury works by a group of Univer-
sity students. 8 p.m. at Rackham
Auditorium. Call 763-4726. Free.
Etc
Ann Arbor Art Association
Young people and their parents
will be interested to know that a
number of art workshops are being
offered to children during the week
of the public school spring break,
beginning on Monday, March 28,
and ending on Friday, April 1.
Each workshop is taught by a
professional artist and runs all
day, every day of the week.
Children can choose from
kitemaking, art of paper, masks, t-
shirt art, ceramics and puppet-
making as well as several other
workshops that involve drawing
and painting. (117 West Liberty)
Call 994-8005 for further infor-
mation.
Public Health Student Association
The Association is sponsoring a
lecture on "Toxic Substance
Management in Michigan." The
speaker, Larry Holcomb, is the
executive secretary of the
Michigan Toxic Substance Control
Commission and will surely offer
some insightful information on the
latest of poisons contaminating
Michigan residents. 7:30 p.m. in
the Auditorium of the Public
Health Building. Free.
Pigs With Wings
The Pigs have flown back into
the Half-Way Inn at East Quad
with a bizarre variety of
everything from rock to poetry
readings. 10 p.m. 'til midnight.
Call 995-2023. Free.
Renaissance Universal Club
For their monthly meeting, the
Club is sponsoring a lecture en-
titled "Towards a Global Society
that Nurtures Personal
Fulfillment." The event is open to
all and will be held from 8-9:30
p.m. in the Michigan Union Welker
Room. Call 971-6882. Free.
Near Eastern Studies Department
Professor Giovanni Pettinnato of
the University of Rome speaks
today at 4 p.m. on "The Archives of
Elba: A New Civilization from the
Third Millenium B.C." Lecture
Room 1, Modern Languages
Building.

Joe's Star Lounge - NonFiction
blasts into the Star bar with
original rock 'n roll.
Mr. Flood's Party - Kevin Lynch
will keep your Tuesday at Flood's
swingin'.
Rick's - Pop hits by Don Savoie
and Chuck Perrault tonight at
Rick's.
Music
School of Music
Liven up your Tuesday night by
attending the organ recital at 8
p.m. at Hill Auditorium.
If you can't make that recital
then the Music School is also spon-
soring a recital by the String
Departmentat 8 p.m. in the School
of Music Recital Hall.
And, if neither of those perfor-
mances grabs you, the School of
Music offers a third and final
recital by their exclusive horn
department at 8 p.m. in Rackham
Assembly Hall.
All Recitals are free and for fur-
ther information on any of the per-
formances call 763-4726.
Etc
University English Department
Robert Pack, who recently
published a collection of some of
his poems under the title Walking
To My Name, and who is (more
impressively) ' director of
Breadloaf Writers Conference and
an English professor at Mid-
dlebury College, will read some of
his own work in this poetry reading
in Rackham's East Conference
Room at 4 p.m. Call 764-6330. Free.

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Bars & Clubs

Annie's Dugout - Pianist/
vocalist Jess performs a wide
yariety of music.
The Blind Pig - Country rock
with George Bedard and the Bon-
nevilles.
The Earle = Solo pianist Larry
Manderville.
Joe's Star Lounge - The Blue
Front Persuaders grace Joe's for a
night of R & B.

Bars & Clubs
The Earle - Piano solos with
Larry Manderville tonight.
Joe's Star Lounge - Steve Nar-
della rocks you all night long with
rousing originals.
Mr. Flood's Party - Blue Front
Persuaders are beltin' out smooth
R & B tonight.
Rick's - Newt and the
Salamanders are slidin' into the
joint with hot blues.
Second Chance - The Urbations
rock the place apart while Rhythm
Corps performs via satellite.
Music
School of Music
David Margolis presents a
sweet, soothing clarinet recital
tonight at 8. School of Music
School of iusic soprano Jane
Schoonmaker will also perform
this evening at-8 in the Rackham
Assembly Hall. Call 763-4726 for in-
formation on either performance:
Both presentations are free.
Eclipse Jazz
The innovative and
because-of-it jazz fusion group
Weather Report storms into Hill
Auditorium at 8 p.m. These guys
were one of the first jazz bands to
blend in R & B and rock with more
"traditional" jazz to produce the
now popular "fusion" style -
should be a good show. Tickets are
$6.50 and $8.50.

Paul Geremia: The Blind Pi

The Ark
Queen Ida and the Bontemps
Zydeco Band roll into town with
their Zydeco sound. Zydeco? It's a
sort of cajun-blues style of music
that mixes elements of jazz,
reggae, rock and blues in a happy
sort of way. The band features in-
struments from both cajun and
blues traditions - fiddle, triangle,
guitars, bass, drums, button ac-
cordian, and washboard (!).
Tickets for the 8 p.m. show and the
second show are $6. Ark (1421
Hill). Call 761-1451.

Bars & Clubs
Annie's Dugout - Bob
Springfield offers more songs and
laughs tonight.
Arbor Valley Inn - Country rock
is here with the Mills Sisters and
Diamondback.
The Blind Pig - Guitarist and
singer Paul Geremia performs
original and traditional country
tunes.
The Earle - The Ron Brooks
Trio is here to give you a jazzy
evening.
The Habitat - Rock and dance
to the sound of the Whiz Kids.

Rick's - Rousing blues with
Newt and the Salamanders.
Second Chance - Steve King
brings the Dittilies back to the
Chance for dancin' '60s hits.
Music
University School of Music
Mozart's legendary opera, The
Marriage of Figaro will be
presented tonight at 8 p.m. Don't
pass up this golden opportunity to
incorporate a little culture into
your life. Tickets are $5 for studen-
ts and are available from the
Michigan Union Box Office. Men-
dlessohn Theatre. Call 763-4726.
School of Music
Kenneth Whitley will present a
cello recital tonight at 8. School of
Music Recital Hall.
Also tonight, the Schoolof Music
presents Cathy Miller who will per-
form a horn recital at 8 in
Rackham Assembly Hall. Call 763-
4726 for information about either
performance. Free.
European Studies
Semara Zakarian performs a
piano recital this evening at 8 in
the University's Museum of Art.

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Bars & Clubs
The Earle - More sophisticated
piano solos with Larry Manderville
this evening.
Joe's Star Lounge - The Makah
Rhythm Tribe gives you groovin'
reggae.
Mr. Flood's Party - Pulsations
are pounding out a persuasive rock
beat.

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Bars & Clubs

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Del Rio - Local jazz
show their stuff.

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The Earle - Larry Manderville
solos with magnificent piano
tonight.

Nada: Canterbury Loft, Friday-Saturday.

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