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Bars & Clubs

The Blind Pig (996-
8555)-Boogie time with George
Bedard and Mr. B
TheEarle (994-0211)-Catch the
Ron Brooks Trio!
The Heidelberg (663-7758)-One
man band Tom Fredericks enter-
tains downstairs while comedian
Tim Allen entertains upstairs
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-Raw and wild R&B from
the Blue Front Persuaders
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-Detroit Blues Band heads
the Party
The Nectarine Ballroom (994-
5436)-Hip DJ's play the latest
dance hits
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-Don Mulholland and his
popular rock and roll band the
Watusis
U-Club (736-2236)-New York
rapping DJ Afrika Bambataa
graces the U-Club with his in-
novative style. (He's the country's
hottest DJ, folks)
Music
The Ark
Queen Ida and the Bon Temps
Zydeco Band in concert is co-spon-
sored by the Office of Major Even-
ts. Zydeco is a raucous mixture of
traditional Cajun music, reggae,
calypso, with dixieland blues, rack
and latin thrown in for flavor. It
was great fun last year and could
prove to be the party of the year.
Tickets are $6.50 and available in
advance at all regular ticket
outlets plus at the Union Box Of-
fice. 8 p.m. at the Michigan Union
Ballroom, in the Michigan Union,
State Street. Call 761-1451 for more
information.
Kastle Productions
Saxophonist Dick Gerhart leads
The Glenn Miller Orchestra in its
first Ann Arbor appearance in 15
years. Although the orchestra is.
nearly a half century old, it is
anything but a museum exhibit. Its
approach to music making is one of
exuberant freshness and youthful
spark and verve. The orchestra
will give two performances at the
Michigan Theatre, at 2:45 and 8
p.m. Tickets are $7.50 to $14.50 and
available at the Michigan Theatre,
Kastle Productions at 213 N. Main,
Where House Records and all other
Ticketworld outlets. Call 663-1399
or 668-8397 for more information.
University School of Music
Clarinetist Lawrence Maxey and
Pianist Bob Byrens promise an
"old fashioned clarinet recital''
which will feature themes and
variations on popular tunes and
operatic arias. 8 p.m. at the School
of Music Recital Hall. Free.

Stage
Performance Network
The Mother Lode, a 1983 Per-
formance Network production is
being revived by director Jim
Moran. John L. Beem's story
revolves around two journalists
who find out more than they wan-
ted to when they research the 1913
"Itialian Hall" tragedy of
Calumet, Michigan, in which 73
people died after someone shouted
"fire" at a miner's Christmas Par-
ty. Many original cast members
will reprise their roles. 8 p.m. at
the Performance Network, 408 W.
Washington. $6 Friday and Satur-
day, $5 Sunday. Student Discoun-
ts. Call 663-0681 for more infor-
mation.
Office of Major Events
Lou Reed brings the New Sen-
sations tour to Hill Auditorium.
This is his first U.S. tour in six
years, and the emphasis so far has
been on his newer material, so
don't go expecting Velvets stuff.
Then again, can we ever be sure? 8
p.m. at Hill. Tickets are available
through the Michigan Union Ticket
Office, 763-8587. At press time they
were still available for $13.50.
Residential College/Streetlight
Theater
For those of you with a big desire
for entertainment but short atten-
tion span, these original one-act
plays are for you. There's no
charge, so come on over to the U-M
Residential College Auditorium,
East Quad. at 8:00. Call 763-0176 for
more info.
UAC Musket
Cole Porter's musical expansion
on Shakespeare's Taming of the
Shrew, Kiss Me Kate will be
presented by University students.
8 p.m. at the Power Center. Tickets
are $5.50-$6.50 at the Michigan
Union Ticket Office and the Door.
Call 763-1107 for more information.
University Professional Theater
Productions Showcase Series
Terrence McNally's Whiskey, a
Western comedy featuring a
visionary horse takes over the New
Trueblood Theater. 8pm in the
Frieze building. $3. Call763-5213.
Speakers
Astrofest 141
Jim Loudon, Staff Astronomer
for the University Exhibit Museum
will discuss How a Star Works, 7:30
p.m. at MLB Aud 3. Free Call 426-
5396 for more information.
University Division of Biological
Sciences.
The CMB Seminar will feature
Columbia University's Dr. Marian
Carlson. Her topic is The
Regulation of Yeast Invertase
Genes by Glucose Repression.
Noon at room 3056 of the Natural
Science Building.

Etc
Guild House
"Witness for Peace in
Nicaragua" is the topic for this
Guild House Noon Luncheon. Don
Coleman, the House's co-director
is the speaker on this important
world situation. Soup & sandwich
available or $1. It's held at Guild
House, 802 Monroe and admission .
is free. For more info call 662-5189.
Bars &Clubs.
The Blind Pig (996-8555)-Funk-
rock originals from the Buzztones
The Earle (994-0211)-Piano,
drums and bass from the Ron
Brooks Trio
The Heidleberg (663-7758)-Tom
Fredericks brings his one man
band into town
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-Everybody's dance
favorites The Urbations slide into
the Lounge
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-This is the second night for
the Detroit Blues Band...and, from
5:30 to 7:30 it's rock from Swing
Shift

The Nectarine Ballroom (994--
5436)-Continental atmosphere
blends with the electric dance
music of top DJ's
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-One more night for local
faves the Watusis
U-Club (763-2236)-It's the
return of the reggae band
Samaritans
Music
The Ark,
Pat's People are Ray Maguire,
Frank Kennedy and Wallace Hood,
a trio of traditional singers and
musicians from Belfast Ireland.
They now reside in the U.S. and
have toured extensively, playing at
concerts and festivals throughout
America and Canada. Performan-
ce is at 8 p.m. at the Ark, 6371/2 S.
Main Street. Tickets are $7, $6 for
members and more info is
available by calling 761-1451.
School of Music
Die Fledermaus continues, see
Friday's entry, 8 p.m.
University Musical Society
Judith Blegen and Hakan
Hagegard, the reknowned Swedish
baritone and this gifted American
lyric soprano have both sung for
local audiences in the Debut & En-

core and Choral Union Series.
They now will perform in a joint
recital assisted by pianist Martin
Katz. 8:30 p.m. at Hill Auditorium.
Tickets are $8-$18 and available at
Burton Tower or at the door. Call
665-3717 for more information.
U-M Women's Glee Club
Celebrate the joy of music with
the Glee Club, Harmonettes, and
special arrangements by a past
conductor, Carl Alexius. Join them
at 8:00 in the Rackham Auditorium
for a wonderful evening of free en-
tertainment.
Stage
The Performance Network
The Mother Lode continues. See
Friday's listing.
University Professional Theater
Productions Showcase Series
Whiskey continues running. See
Friday's listing.
UAC Musket
Kiss Me Kate continues. See
Friday.
Etc
Ann Arbor Art Association
Club Zanzibar is an amalgam-
tion of mime, dance, magic, jazz,
and fashion by some of the best
local talent around, and proceeds
go toward advancing art in our
lovely little metropolis. Club Zan-

zibar will also include a cash bar
and dancing. Doors open at 8pm,
and performance starts at 9:15 at
the Schwaben Hall, 215 S. Ashley.
Tickets are $3.50 in advance
through the Michigan Theater Box
Office, and $4 at the door. More in-
fo can be had by calling 668-8397.
Michigan Gay Undergraduates
Tonight's fundraiser for MGU
will feature a DJ, live entertain-
ment, and potentially will include
visits from a Joan Rivers imper-
sonator and Miss Gay Michigan.
9pm-1:15am in the Lawyer's Club
Lounge. $5 at door. Call 668-6789 for
more information.
University Acivities Center
In an assault on the currently
unset record for world's largest
nacho platter, UAC is sponsoring
an all you can eat party complete
with a large screen television to
watch the O.S.U. game. Labatt's
beer is on special as well. Tickets
are $2 and available from UAC or
any UAC member. The party is in
the U-Club from 11 a.m. until the
game ends.
SU NI Y
Bars & Clubs
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-Blues and rock with the
P.F. Flyers
The Nectarine Ballroom (994-
5436)-Stanley the Mad Hatter
heads the Tea Party
Music
Eclipse Jazz
Odean Pope is best known for his
current tenor saxophone work with
drummer Max Roach. His trio
features bassist Gerald Veasley
and the return to Ann Arbor of
drummer Cornell Rochester who
most recently played with
Jamaala deen Tacuma. Pope's
fiery vibrant sound blends elemen-
ts of fusion, bebop, dixieland, funk
and rock. Tickets are $7, $6 for
members and available in advance
at Michigan Union Ticket office,
PJ's Used Records, and at all
Ticket World Outlets. 8 p.m. at the
Ark, 6371/2 S. Main Street. Call 761-
1451 for more information.
Ars Musica
Ars Musica Ann Arbor's world
class original-instruments 18th
century orchestra offers a varied
program of Baroque works in their
second concert of the season. The
program includes music by
Vivaldi, Bach, Sanmartini, Marais
and Handel. Tickets are $6-$12 and
available at the Michigan Theatre.
The performance is at 8 p.m. at
Bethlehem United Church of
Christ, 423 S. Fourth Ave. Call 662-
3976 for more information.
School of Music
Die Fledermaus continues, see
Friday's Entry, 8 p.m.

Symphony Band of Ann Arbor
The Symphony band, comprised
of more than 60 volunteers who
perform as a labor of love in pur-
suit of musical excellence, will
open their eighth season with
music of Bach, Leidzen, Bennett,
Latham, Leist, among many
others. Victor Bordo is the conduc-
tor in the 3 p.m. performance at
Slauson School Auditorium, 1019
W. Washington St. No charge for
admission. Call 994-2314, or 971-
2099 for more information.
University Musical Society
The Romanian National Choir's
appearances at major music cen-
ters and festivals have earned-
tumultous acclaim and critical
superlatives for this 36-member
ensemble of mixed voices under
the direction of Marin Constantin.
Their vast choral repertoire spans
the history of music, enhanced by
the beauty and authenticity of
period costumes. 4:00 p.m. at
Rackham Auditorium. Tickets are
$5-$10 and available at Burton
Tower or at the door. Call 665-3717
for more information.
Stage
Performance Network
The Mother Lode continues
tonight at 6:30pm. See Friday's
listing.
UAC Musket
Kiss Me Kate continues. See
Friday.
University Musical Society
Witness the stars of tomorrow at
the power center. The traveling
company of the American Ballet
Theater will perform an unknown,
but sure to be fantastic program.
Call 665-3717 for details. Tickets on
sale at Burton Tower or the door.
University Puerto Rican
Association
Moliendrio Vidreo is a Puerto
Rican group that has musicalized
the works of Alfredo Diaz Alfaro, a
well known Puerto Rican writer of
the 1940's. The music combines
traditional and folk rhythms with
modern jazz. This event is a part of
the celebration of Michigan Puerto
Rican Week. 8pm in the Michigan
Union Ballroom. Tickets are $5 for
students and $7 at the door. Call
769-7325 for more information.
Etc
MichiganMuseum of Photography
The 7th Ann Arbor Camera Show
and Sale will draw camera buffs
from all over this great nation of
ours. It will feature new and used
photographic equipment. An op-
portunity to find those "hard to
find" items. loam-5pm at the
Holiday Inn- West, 2900 Jackson
Rd, at I-94. $3, or a buck less if
you're a student. Call 884-2243 for
more information.
Ann Arbor Bicycling Touring
Society
Ready for a major workout? Well
get ready. At 9 am the fast and
slow tours leave from the old Am-
trak station. And can you believe
it? No charge for all this fun! For
more info call 665-0338 or 761-5959.

M S n I
Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-8555)-Take
the time to catch George Bedard
and Mr. B
Joe's Star Lounge (665-
JOES)-Video Dance Party
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-Unique rhythms from
Lunar Glee Club
The Nectarine Ballroom (994-
5436)-Detroit DJ Galen Davis
plays avant garde dance music
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-Check out the versatility of
the ten piece band Sun Messenger
Music
School of Music
The Symphony and Concert ban-
ds will be conducted by H. Robert
Reynolds and Larry Rachleff in an
evening of music to include:
William Schuman's "Chester" and
Benson's The Leaves are Falling. 8
p.m. at Hill Auditorium. No charge
for admission, the public is invited.
.Call 763-4726 for more infor-
mation.
Stage
MichigamTheater
Neil Simon's kirighton Beach
Memoirs opens tonight. The play is.
still on Broadway, and is the win-
ner of numerous awards. the
touring company is headed by
Patrick Dempsey. It is a
depression era story, and is
thought to be largely
autobiographical. 8pm at the
Michigan Theater. Tickets are
available through the Michigan
Box Office. Call 668-8397 for more
information.
Speakers
Michigan Botanical Club
Tonight's meetingeof the Huron
Valley Chapter of the Club will
feature Harvey Ballard, telling
you More Than You Ever Wanted
to Know About Violets. 7:45pm at
Matthei Botanical Gardens. Free.
Call 475-7801 for more information.
TALN U ESDA Y
Bars & Clubs
The Blind Pig (996-8555)-Holy
Mackerel! No cover for the Killer
Trout Dance Party.
Joe's Star Lounge (662-
JOES)-Evaders entertain
Mr. Flood's Party (995-
2132)-Neil Woodward and the
Union Lake All-Stars
The Nectarine Ballroom (994-
5436)-Roger LeLievre plays the
dance hits
Rick's American Cafe (996-
2747)-Ann Arbor favorites SLK

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Music
University Symphony Orchestra
Lose yourself to the beautiful
strains of Mozart, Debussy, and
Ravel. At 8:00 in Hill Auditorium,
the orchestra will commence with
these works. No charge to the
classic-lover. Call 763-4726 for
more details.
Speakers
Guild House
Susan Kelly, a member of St.
Mary's Chapel's Pastoral Team is
todays speaker in the Women's
Lives series, one of Guild House's
Brown Bag Lunches. Noon at Guild
House, 802 Monroe. Call 662-5189
for more information.
U-M English Department Poetry
Reading
Micheal Hefferman shares his
works,
His southern accent has no quirks.
At the Rackham West Conference
Room,
8 P.M. is not too soon.
There is no cost so don't be blue.
764-5272.
Etc
Guild House
Tonight is the bi-weekly meeting
of The Lesbian Network. Free at
the Guild House, 802 Monroe.
7:30pm.
University Museum of Art Tue.
Today's Art Break will focus on
works on loan from the
Guggenheim. The topic is Tran-
sformations: Arp and Matta. Free
at the Museum of Art. 12:10-
12:30pm. Call 763-1231 for more in-
formation.

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