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Bars & Clubs
Annie's Dugout (665-8655)-The
Modular Band squares off with
oldies but goodies.
The Blind Pig (996-
8555)-Vetrans of the local scene
team up to form the Bluerays, Ann
Arbor's newest R&B and blues sex-
Club Peoria (995-1834)-Come
dance to the newest music and
relax in the lounge decorated with
local artists' works.
The Earle (994-0211)-The Ron
Brooks Trio play their regular
Fiiday night gig.
The Fox's Den (662-1647)-Get
jazzed up and swing down to hear
Stephen Dorar and his piano.
The Habitat (665-3636)-The
Whiz Kids play top-40 music that
you can dance to.
The Heidelberg (663-
7758)-Marilyn Max shows
maximum versitility by playing
everything from rock to Motown.
The Hill Lounge (665-
3967)-Cimarron takes the stage
with a repertiore of diverse coun-
try tunes..
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-The Sun Messengers at-
tempt to summon spring with their
big danceable sound.
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-Astralight plays funky and
oh-so danceable cover tunes.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-
0592)-Bart Polot and his piano go
it alone.
U-Club (763-2236)-Ur-Ur-Ur-
bations burst into town with a
blaring horn section and hot '60s
cover tunes.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132) - Popular veterans The
Detroit Blues band take the stage.
The Ark
Eclectricity, a group that plays
almost every kind of music, per-
forms for the Ark crowd. The
group recently appeared at the 7th
Ann Arbor Folk Festival. Show is
at 8 p.m., doors open at 7:30.
Tickets are $6 (1421 Hill St.). Call
761-1451 for details.
The Barnstormer
The Barnstormer presents The
Stewart Cunningham Trio along
with somedining anddancing.
Ron Fowler will be on the bass and
Eric Nyhius will be on the drums to
create some wonderful jazz.
Office of Major Events
Motown supergroups The Tem-
ptations and the Four Tops per-
form all of their great hits from the
past 20 years. The fun starts at 7:30
p.m. in Hill Auditorium. Tickets
are $10-15. Second show at 10:30 p.m.
Washtenaw Council For the Arts
William Glennon's version of the
fairy tale Cinderella will be per-
formed by local children, grades 7-

12. $2.50 (children, $1.50; groups of
10 or more, $1 each) 7 p.m. Pioneer
High School Little Theatre. Call
994-2326 for more information.
Washtenaw Community College
An eccentric tippler has a very
strange friend - a six-foot rabbit
named Harvey. Mary Chase's play
Harvey is directed by William
Deveraux. 8 p.m. $2. Washtenaw
Community College Theatre,
Liberal Arts and Sciences Building
(4800 E. Huron River Dr.) Call 973-
3625 for details.
Ann Arbor Civic Theatre Main
Street Productions
Pat Rector directs the Ira Levin
mystery, Veronica's Room, which
is full of twists and turns. A young
woman finds herself transforming
into another woman whom she has
disguised herself as. $4. 8 p.m. (338
S. Main St.) Call 662-7282 for in-
Performance Network
Robin Smith directs Female
Parts, Franca Rame's series of
one-woman scenes. The many
roles which females play in society
are demonstrated. ($5 for studen-
ts) 8 p.m $6 at the Performance
Network (408 W. Washington) Call
Michigan Ensemble Theatre
A.R. Gurney's comedy Children
zeroes in on the irony of a family's
decline from a state of wealth and
serenity. Directed by Terence
Lamude and stars Frances Helm.
$10. 8 p.m. Tickets are at the New
Trueblood Theatre, Frieze
Building (105 S. State) Call 764-1452
for information.
University Opera Theatre
The Grimm Brothers' fairy tale,
Hansel and Gretal comes to life in
a special opera presentation.
Tickets are $5-7 (children, $3.50) 8
p.m. at Power Center. Call 763-2071
or 763-9769 for group rate infor-
Black Sheep Theatre
Fran Foster and Mel Kramer
star in Same Time Next Year
tonight. A man and a woman spend
a year together over a period of 20
years in Slade's comedy. 8:15 p.m.
$6 (students and seniors, $5,
children, $4) Black Sheep Theatre
(138 E. Main) Call 428-7000 for
more information.
University Residential College
Residential College seniors Nan-
cy Ohrenstein choreographs Almost
Walking. RC students perform a
series of dances, some of which are
accompanied by videos. 8 p.m. in
the Residential College
Auditorium at East Quad. Call 763-
0176 for details. Free.
University Dance Department
Peter Sparling choreographs
and performs a series of solo works
tonight. The former University

dance instructor returns to Ann
Arbor after a three-week season at
New York's State Theatre. 8 p.m.
Dance Building, Studio A (1310 N.
University Court) Call 763-5460 for
information. Donation.
The Michigan High School Basket-
ball Tournament
Class B semi-finals are at 1:30
and 3 p.m. Class C semifinals at 7
and 8:30 p.m. (Crisler Arena) $3
for each session. Tickets available
at the University Athletic Depar-
tment Ticket Office (1000 South
State St., after March 1) For more
information, call 764-0244.


Center - for
and African Studies

"A Woman Writer Looks Back
Through Her Mothers," a talk by
poet and novelist Paule Marshall is
presented for today's colloquium
in the Modern Language Building,
Lecture Room 2. Call 764-5518 for
more information. Free.
The Interfaith Council for Peace-
University Latin American
Solidarity Committee
"The Current Situation in
Guatemala" with a lecture by
Guatemalan anthropologist and
journalist Victor Perera will be
presented at 8 p.m. in the Michigan,
Union Assembly Hall. Call 663-870
for more information. Free.
The University Astronomy Depar-
For Visitors Night the Depar-
tment presents "Life in the
Universe: Are We Alone?" There
will be a lecture by University
astronomy professor Gordon
MacAlpine with a film to be an-
nounced. If the weather is clear,
the telescopes will be open after
the presentation. 8:30 p.m. Angell
Hall, Auditorium A. Call 764-3440
for more information. Free.
University Near East and North
African Studies Conference
"Developmental Policiesand the
Consequences in the Middle East"
includes four discussions on dif-
ferent facets of Middle Eastern
policy. 9:30 a.m.-9:30 p.m.
Rackham Ampitheatre. Call 764-
8523 for details. Free.

The Habitat (665-3636) -Top-40
dance band The Whiz Kids move
'em and shake'em.
The Heidelberg (663-.
7758)-Marilyn Max can do it all
from folk to rock, with some
originals as well.
The Hill Lounge (665-
3967)-Cimarron displays the
variety of styles in country music.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-The Sun Messengers
beam down from Detroit.
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-Astralight rocks Rick's
with a hard-driving funk sound.
Roundhouse Saloon (769
0592)-Bart Polot sits at his piano
and plays.
U-Club (763-2236)-Kick up some
sand with Aluminum Beach.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-Electric blues band The
Detroit Blues band lights up Mr.
The Ark
Eclectricity appears again
tonight. See Friday's listing.
Ann Arbor Terminals, Inc.
A performance of "Music in the
Classical Period" will include
songs from Sturms Liedern of
Bach, French ariettas and
children's songs of Mozart,
English pastoral songs by Haydn
and Beethoven's settings of six
poems by Gellert. A Haydn piano
sonata and the Pathetique Sonata
of Beethoven will also be perfor-
med. 8 p.m. in the Michigan Union
Kuenzel Roon. Call663-7962 or 665-
7903 for more information. Free.
Full Circle
Full Circle, with Will Vukin and
Laurel Emrys, present their
Spring Concert. Vukin specializes
on the flute, guitar and dulcimer,
and Emrys plays Celtic harp and
viols. Their music, based on the
traditional music of the British
Isles, India and Japan, will be
from their last recording, Balance
Point, and their new cassette to be
released in June. 8 p.m. at the
Friends Meeting House (1420 Hill
Street). Tickets are $4 in advance
at Earth Wisdom Music and at the
door. Call 665-6679 for more infor-
Michigan Ensemble Theatre
Children returns. See Friday's
listing. 8 p.m.
University Opera Theatre
The opera version of Hansel and
Gretel is performed again tonight.
See Friday's listing. 8 p.m.
Black Sheep Theater
Same Time Next Year continues.
See Friday. 8:15 p.m.
Washtenaw Council for the Arts
Cinderella continues. See
Friday's listing. 1 & 3:30 p.m.
Young People's Theatre
Jim Moran directs When It All
Began, a drama set in the court of
Queen Mary of England.
Youngsters in grades 7-12 will per-
form Moran's original play. 2 p.m.
$4 (students, $3) Performance
Network (408 W. Washington). Call

996-3888, 663-0681 for more infor-
Washtenaw Community College
Harvey continues. See Friday's
listing. 8 p.m.
Ann Arbor Civic Theater
Veronica's Room continues. See
Friday'slisting. 8 p.m.
Performance Network
Female Parts returns for
another night. See Friday's listing.
8 p.m.
Residential College
Almost Walking runs another
night. See Friday's listing.-8 p.m.
Ann Arbor Track Club
The "Enjoy Life More Often
Spring Tune Up" Running Series
presents Elmo's 5-miler Fun Race
which takes place at Huron High's
1-mile track loop. All runners and
racewalkers of all abilities are
welcome. 10 a.m. at Huron High
School. Call 769-3888 for details.
Washtenaw Council for the Arts
The Great Lakes Performing Ar-
tists Association is now expanding
its roster of artists, whose.rcareer
development they underwrite.
They are auditioning local artists,
including classical, folk, and jazz
musicians. For more information
call Phillis Johnson at 665-4029 or
write GLPAA (310 E. Washington,
Ann Arbor 48104).
Ann Arbor City Council
Democratic Caucus
Presentation on Community
Development Corporations and on-
the possibility of establishing one
in Ann Arbor is offered today, time
and location to be announced. For
more information,acall Matthew
Bieszcat (761-5003), Lowell Peter-
son (663-9069), Jeff Epton (662-
3747), or Kathy Edgren (995-9437).
Interfaith Council for
Peace/University Latin American
Solidarity Committee
Today there will be a service
commemorating the fourth an-
niversary of the assassination of
Oscar Romero, a Salvadoran ar-
chbishop. St. Mary's Student
Chapel (331 Thompson). For time,
call 663-1870. Free.
Women's City Club
Books, toys, and games, as well
as all other sorts of collectibles are
available at the Annual Flea
Market. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Women's
City Club (1830 Washtenaw Ave.)
For information call 662-3279:

local artists as they perform
classical everything from rock to
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-Joe's hosts the Summer
Concerts Benefit. Bands to be an-
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-Late Bloomers-try to catch
up tonight playing blues and rock.
Old Town (761-9291)-Local
musicians invade Old Town tonight
with original jazz and folk.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-
0592)-Piano music with Bart
The Ark
"America's Premier Whatzit
Band," Red Clay Ramblers will by
playing blues, old-time, celtic, and
gospel. Show starts at 8 p.m., but
doors open at 7:30 (1421 Hill).
Tickets are $6, for more infor-
mation call 761-1451.
University Musical Society
The Czech Philharmonic was
founded in 1896 and has included
the likes of such conductors as
Dvorak, Strauss, and Mahler. The
orchestra will perform Smetana's
Ma Vlast tonight at 8:30 p.m. in
Hill Auditorium. Call 665-6717 for
University Opera Theater
Humperdinck transforms a
Grimm fairy tale into opera in
Hansel and Gretel. Director Jay
Lesenger brings out the more eerie
and psychological aspects in this
production, but it is still essentially
aimed at children. The music is
conducted by Gustav Meier and a
chorus from Dicken school will be
featured. 3 p.m., Power Center.
Call 763-2071 or 763-9769 for group
rates. See Friday's lisitng.
Michigan Ensemble Theater
New York City director Terence
Lamude presents Children, a
comedy by A.R. Gurney about a
wealthy family whose hidden
rivalries and animosities reveal
themselves and crack the calm ex-
terior they initially maintain. This
final production of the season will
be at 2 p.m, New Trueblood
Theater, Frieze Building (105 S.
State). Call 764-0450 for details. See
Friday's listing.
Performance Network
Franca Rame's play on the roles
and expectations of women in
society, Female Parts continues
tonight at 6:30 p.m., Performance
Network (408 W. Washington). Call
663-0681 for details. See Friday's
Ann Arbor Recreation Department
Junior Theater
Cinderella is performed again by
local young people 7thn- 12th
grades. 1 & 3:30 p.m. Pioneer High
School Little Theater. For more in-
formation call 994-2326. See
Friday's listing.
Young People's Theater
Where It All Began is a story
about a party thrown by Princess
Liz, who eventually becomes
Queen Elizabeth I. 7th 12th
graders perform this drama about
old England and Jim Moran direc-
ts. 2 p.m. Performance Network
(408 W. Washington). For more in-
formation call 996-3888 or 663-0681.
See Friday's listing.

Come to the WCBN Video Night,
a benefit for your local tavorite.
Call 662-2684 for more information.
University Activities Center
The Comedy Company, Ann Ar-
bor's only comedy troupe, supplies
the laughs tonight with a heap of
hilarious skits.. Cash bar. 6 p.m. at
the U-Club, Michigan Union. Call
763-11067 for information.
Joe's Star Lounge
"Open Mouth Poetics" gives all
of you aspiring poets a chance to
read before a live audience, if no
one else will listen. Guaranteed to
be entertaining, educational, and
maybe, just maybe, universally
inspirational. All are welcome to
recite or simply listen. 2-5 p.m.
Joe's Star Lounge (109 N. Main).
Call either 662-8370 or 665-JOES for
details. Free.
Washtenaw County Parks and
Recreation Commission
Today there's a nature walk
called "Horticulture at the
Botanical Gardens" which is
guided by -Bill Collins, a hor-
ticulturist, who gives you a behind-
the-trees look at how a world o
fplants are always kept looking
well. Also, explore other garden
collections. 10 p.m., Matthaei
Botanical Gardens, (1800 N. Dix-
boro Rd). Call 973-2575 for details.
Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-8555)-Steve
Newhouse goes solo and cleans up
with his mix of country and funk.
The Earle (994-0211)--Larry
Manderville plays sweet piano
The Habitat (665-3636)-Live
piano at happy hour.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-Come listen to King Kong
and the X-Cons. With a name like
that it's gotta be a monster show.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-
0592)-David Meyer does his
regular Monday set.
Second Chance (994-5350)-Scott
Morgan-more than just a name,
it's a band playing rock and funk.
Playing with them are Non-Fiction
and the Hungry Watusis.
U-Club (763-2236)-It's Reggae
Dance Party! (as if you didn't
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-The Stuart Cunningham
Trio entertain with jazz.
Fifth Annual Musical Revue
The Fifth Annual Women's
Musical Revue presents their
program running all the musical
styles from blues,, jazz, rock and
roll and folk to classical and
musical comedy including
highlights form the first four years
of the show. Directed by Judy
Valenti and produced by Valenti
and Cynthia Dunitz. 8 p.m. at the
Mendelssohn Theater in the
Michigan League. Tickets are $6-8.
Call 995-4249 for more information.
The Performance Network
Works in Progress, a staged

reading of . the revised version of
Lyn Coffin's Straws in the Wind is
offered tonight. A second Coffin
play will be announced followed by
an audience discussion with the
author, director and actors. 7 p.m.
at Performance Network. (408 W.
Washington). $2. Call 663-0681 for
more information.
Michigan Union
The Michigan Union Arts
Program presents a Dance Series
where University dance seniors
preview their upcoming perfor-
mance. 12:15 p.m. in-the Michigan
Union Pendleton Room. Call 763-
5900 for more information. Free.
The Guild House
For tonight's poetry series The
Guild House presents Virginia
DeVries and University English
professor Walter Clark. 8 p.m. (802
Monroe Street). Call 662-5189 for
more information. Free..

Bars & Clubs-
The Earle (994-0211)-Larry
Manderville soothes you this
evening with piano solos.
The Habitat (665-3636)-Whiz
Kids. knock you out with top-40
dance hits.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-VVT keeps that new rock
ibeat goin'.
Roundhouse Saloon (769-
0592)-Bart Polot lightens your
evening with solo piano.
U-Club (763-2236)-Bring your
beachwear to the Club's smashing,
splashing beach party tonight.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-The Barflys know how to
keep Flood's Party rockin'-don't
miss out.
University Victorian Semester
The University Victorian
Semester Tuesday Videotapes
presents "The Arts and Crafts
Movement." .Part of a series of
videotapes on Victorian subjects.
12 and 12:30 p.m. in Angell Hall,
room 2003. Call 764-6366 for more
information. Free.
University English Department
The University English Depar-
tment Poetry Reading presents
University Law- School graduate
Lawrence Joseph, who now prac-
tices law in New York City. 4 p.m.
in the Rackham West Conference
Room. Call 764-5272 for more in-
formation. Free.
The University School of
For their 1984 Winter Seminar
Series the Ed School presents "At-
tracting and Retaining Effective
Teachers for the Schools." Univer-
sity Education Professor Curtis
Ban Boorhees moderates a panel
discussion with University School
of Education Dean Carl Berger,
State Board of Education member
Barbara Roberts Mason, and
Michigan Association of School
Administrators President William
Morris. 7 p.m. in the Rackham
East Conference Room. Call 763-
4060 for more information. Free.

Bars .&Clubs
The Earle (994-0211)--Larry
Manderville stacks up the solos at
the Earle tonight.
The Habitat (666-3636)-Whiz
Kids are whippin' up more top-40
hits tonight.
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-Steve Nardella's Rock 'n'
Roll Trio set the dance floor ablaze
with hot rocks.
Roundhouse 'Saloon (769-
0592)-Bart Polot keeps the keys
warm tonight.
U-Club (763-2236)-You'll need
stitches in your sides after atten-
ding tonight's Laugh Track. Don't*
miss out.
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132) -Resistance Free doesn't
hold back the rockin' tunes.
The Ark
It's Talent Night! Bring your in-
strument and join in the fun or
don't bring your instrument and
come anyway. Doors open at 7:30
and the show starts at 8 p.m. No
cost at 1421 Hill. Call 761-1451 for
Society for Musical Arts
The Society for Musical Arts
presents a Morning Musical with
Appalachian State University
piano professor Allen Kindt per-
forming Beethoven's Fifteen
Variations and- Fugue in E flat
major, Two Romanian Dances by
Bartok, Serenata del Espectroby
Granados and Eritana form
Albeniz's "Iberia" and Sonata in B
flat minor by Chopin. 10:30 a.m. at
the Women's city Club (1830
Washtenaw Avenue). $3.50. Call
971-7586 for more information.
University Musical Society
Tonight UMS proudly presents
the Hungarian State Folk Ensem-
ble. The 100-member Ensemble
will present a wonderful array of
choreography, choral singing, and.
gypsy antics for this, their first
American tour. Don't miss this
Hungarian fest at 8:30 p.m. in Hill
Auditorium. Tickets are $6-12.
Call 665-3717 for further infor-
Canterbury Loft
Come witness a newsworthy
University person fell victim to a
panel of University journalists. 4
p.m. in the Michigan Union Keun-
zel Room. Call 665-0606 for more in-
formation. Free.
Netherlands-America University
Tonight University of California
(Berkeley) Dutch literature
professor Johan Snapper will lec-
ture on "17th Century Dutch Far-
ce." Come at 8 p.m. to the Inter-
national Center in West Quad (603
E. Madison). Call 769-4317 for more
information. Free.

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Bars & Clubs
Annie's Dugout (665-8644)-More
of the Modular Band as they play,
and parody oldies.
The Blind Pig (996-8555)-The
Bluerays may be new, but that
won't stop them from playin' sweet
and soulful blues and R&B.
The Earle (994-0211)-The Ron
Brooks Trio pluck, pound, and
tinkle those ivories for your
The Fox's Den (662-
1647)-Stephen Dorar entertains
with the help of his piano.

Bars & Clubs
Del Rio (761-2530)-Local Jazz
bands entertain tonight from 5-9.
Halfway Inn (764-8558)-Enjoy
.brunch to the acoustic sounds of

Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-8555)-Local
.rock 'n rollers Resistance Free
keep you boppin' tonight.
The Earle (994-0211)-Larry
Manderville winds up his week
with piano solos.

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