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ARTS

The Michigan Doily

Wednesday, November 6, 1985

Page*6

It smells fishy and moves fast

By John Logie
Fisher: Hello...yeah....what's hap-
pening?
Daily: Not much, who've I got?
F: Norwood.
D: Norwood again. This is John again,
we spoke earlier this summer. I didn't
see your show this summer, but I've
heard things about it, especially about
a flare-up involving the band... Do you

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remember what happened?
F: Yeah, I remember...uhh...you
weren't there? Well, by golly, don't
need to know! Naww, it was just this
guy didn't like us slagging Reagan.
We were talking about Reagan and his
colon cancer, and we might have said
something about Reagan going to visit
the Nazis, y'know, the SS camp in
Germany, and the guy didn't like it.
He wanted us to take back what we
said. Angelo said, "fuck off," it's his
problem if he digs a guy that hangs
out in SS cemetaries. I don't dig the
guy...he'll hang out there, but won't
do anything about South Africa.
D: The other big flap about Fishbone
has to do with one of your members
appearing topless in Playboy
magazine...
F: Yeah, they had to make him put on
his pants, too. They got him really out
of hand. That picture was taken in
Chicago, and by golly, they drugged
him, and came in and started snap-
ping pictures. He took off his clothes,
and I guess that was the one before he
took his pants off and started slipping
his willy.
D: Have you had any other problems
with hell-bent photographers feeding
you foreign substances to lead you to
compromise your integrity?
F: No, except for the porno movie that
Dirty Walt and I was in. We did that
voluntarily.
D: So I guess we aren't going to see
any Sean Penn-like flare-ups to keep

photographers in line...
F: No, we don't care.
D: You've been doing a lot of touring
since I talked to you...has it worn you
down at all?
F: No...it's fun. We go places, meet
women and drink beer...take advan-
tage of a whole lot of people.
D: Your latest video, "Party at
Ground Zero," debuted Halloween
night on MTV, for the benefit of those
who haven't seen it yet, what's it like?
F: Mr. T is in the video, he has this
small shot. It's very short but it's very

significant.
D: What else can people expect from
this video?
F: The truth.
D: The truth?
F: We have compiled a lot of scary
stuff in this video. It'll scare little kids
and old people. It's only for people
between the ages of, I say...15 and 25.
D: I know it's pretty much up to the
company, but do you have any plans
for an album any time soon?
F: No. Uh-uh. We don't know the next
set we're gonna play, so how the hell

do we know when we're gonna do an
album? We didn't know the first one
when we went into the studio. It's kind
of fun doing things like that. We have
enough material for a couple of double
albums. I wrote down all the songs
that we are currently ready to per-
form, and it's like, 24, and then there
are a few more that we haven't played
in a while. But we're constantly
writing new songs. We would rather
do a few new songs, and document our
creativity now.
D: Are the band's early songs a lot

Antique Pink pales in long production

different from what you're doing
now?
F: Definitely. The band is constantly
going into new areas. New grooves,
grooves that feel completely fresh Yo
us. Just in this year there was a time
when we created a lot of slower
music, and now we're starting to
create a lot of fast stuff again. It'san
expansion on sound...using different
elements, because we're still lear-
ning. We're still learning how to play
our instruments, and we're still lear-
ning how to listen to ourselves.

By Lauren Schreiber
FRIDAY EVENING marked the English-
premiere of Heinrich Henkel's play, Antique
Pink. Although it stars fine actors, including
Academy Award-winner Kim Hunter, there is
something a little too unusual about a play that
leaves its audience in complete silence for 10
minutes while an actor paints the set.
A woman behind me commented to her com-
panion, "This is incredible - a bunch of adults sit-
ting around watching this. . . I think they're kid-
ding us."
I had to agree with her.
At one point in the play, the audience
sits ... and sits. . . and sits; as the young pain-
ter, Pascal, paints . . . paints . . . and paints
Margaret's living room a flamboyant pink. When

I found myself wondering how the set would be
fixed for the next performance I knew the produc-
tion went too far.
Antique Pink is the story of Margaret (Kim
Hunter), a 70-year-old woman who seeks change
in her life after the death of her mother. She
begins by having her living room painted for the
first time in 40 years.
The play opens with a deluge of half-thoughts as
Margaret empties the contents of her living room
onto the porch to prepare it for the painter. The
painter paints. Pascal finishes and dances around
the living room ; Margaret lulls Pascal with
relaxation exercises. Even the crew, dressed in
painters garb, contributes to the action. Unfor-
tunately, it seems that the play is a lot of action
but no talk; or rather, no talk that made sense.

Even if the audience gets bewildered by the ac-
tions, the talent of the actors is not indoubt. All of
the actors perform well despite the insubstantial
material given them. They are convincing in their
roles - at times even lovable. The instant Hunter
whips out her opera glasses to watch the ants who
cohabitate the apartment with her we fall in love
with her. Hunter as Margaret is a zany old
woman, full of eagerness and excitement
strikingly reminiscent of the actress Ruth Gordon
in Harold and Maude.
William O'Leary's Pascal is a likeable fellow.
His frustrations and the seriousness with which he
regards his job seem sincere. Pascal and
Margaret are two lonely characters who seek
companionship with each other. O'Leary and
Hunter establish a genuine feeling of closeness.

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