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Films
AGNES OF GOD
Three of America's finest actresses, Jane Fon-
da, Anne Bancroft, and Meg Tilly are the leads in
this psychological quasi-mystery. A young nun
(Tilly) is found in a room with a strangled newborn
infant, presumably hers, but claims that a miracle
has occurred. Fonda is an inquiring psychologist
who squares off against the convent's Mother
Superior (Bancroft). At the Campus Theater, 1214
S. University, 668-6416.
AFTER HOURS
A black comedy about a young man who is
plunged into a night of bizarre, comical, and
frightening adventure after a first date with a
woman from SoHo. Critically well accepted. Stars
Terri Garr, Rosanna Arquette, Griffin Dunne. At
the Ann Arbor Theatre, 210 S. Fifth, 761-9700.
BACK TO THE FUTURE
A Speilberg-presented, Robert Zemeckis-
directed fantasy about a high-school student who
rides a souped-up DeLorean into the '50s, and is
forced to insure his own existence by playing mat-
chmaker for his parents. A little too cute, but well
handled. At the Wayside, 3020 Washtenaw, 434-1782.
THE BLACK CAULDRON
Sword and sorcery-filled animated feature from
Disney. Although aimed at restoring Disney to its
former reputation, the film wallows in its own
mediocrity. At the Movies at Briarwood, Briar-
wood Mall, 769-8780.

COCOON
Gentle post-Speilbergian fantasy about
benevolent aliens, children, and geriatrics. Direc-
ted by Ron Howard (Splash). At the Movies at
Briarwood, Briarwood Mall, 769-8780.
COMMANDO
Arnold Swarzenegger's performance as The
Terminator was all in good fun, but this latest ef-
fort from Mr. Muscle looks a little too much like
Rambo. A retired mercenary is forced back into
action when his daughter is kidnapped. At the Fox
Village Theatre, 375 N. Maple, 769-1300.
DEATH WISH III
Charles Bronson, again, plays the vigilante who
fights the odds to rid the streets of crime. At the
State Theatre, 231S. State; 662-6264.
FOLLOW THAT BIRD
Big Bird plays a golden fowl who gets lost wan-
dering away from Sesame Street. Includes a clever
scene where Big Bird finds himself (herself?) in
the same precarious field that Cary Grant en-
countered in North-by-Northwest. Cameos by
Snuful-Upagus. From the Children's television
Workshop. At the Movies at Briarwood, Briarwood
Mall, 769-8780.
THE GODS MUST BE CRAZY
A marvelously imaginative comedy about an
African bushman who mistakes a Coke bottle that
falls from an airplane for a dropped trinket of the
gods and decides to return it. The laughs are pure
slapstick, but ingenious and relentless. A cult
classic and deservedly so. Now approaching its fir-
st year of running. At the Movies at Briarwood,
Briarwood Mall, 769-8780.

THE JAGGED EDGE
A murder-mystery thriller that involves a
savage slaying, a man wrongly accused of- the
murder, a female assistant district attorney, and of
course, a romantic subplot. Stars Glenn Close and
Jeff Bridges. At the Movies at Briarwood, Briar-
wood Mall.769-8780.
KRUSH GROOVE
The story of a young man's dream of starting the
ultimate record company. At the State Theatre, 231
S. State, 662.6264.
LIVE AND DIE IN L.A.
A murderous counterfeiter is chased by two
Secret Service Agents. At the Movies at Briar-!
wood. Briarwood Mall.769-8780.
NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET II
The terror continues in this sequal of the popular.
horror film. At the State Theatre, 231 . State; 662-
6264 and at the Wayside, 3020 Washtenaw, 434-1782.
PLENTY
A heroic Englishwoman is haunted by memories
of the passion and idealism of her experience as a
fighter in the French Resistance. At the Movies at
Briarwood, Briarwood Mall, 769-8780.
PUMPING IRON II
More muscle and brawn but this time women
body builders are featured. At the Ann Arbor, 210
S. Fifth; 761-9700.
REMO WILLIAMS: THE ADVENTURE BEGINS
An ordinary cop turned secret agent bringsi
justice to international criminals with the help ofI
his mystical training in the martial arts. Based on
the Destroyer book series by Warren Murphy and
Richard Sapir. At the Fox Village Theatre, 375 N
Maple 769-1300.

SILVER BULLET
Another Steven King story turned into a movie.
King himself wrote the screenplay about a young
boy trying to save his town from a werewolf. At the
Fox Village Theatre, 375 N. Maple, 769-1300.
ST. ELMO'S FIRE
Seven young friends share their fantasies at a
D.C. bar. Call it The Little Chill. Stars Rob Lowe,
Ally Sheedy, Judd Nelson. At the Movies in Briar-
%ood, Briarwood Mall, 769-8780.
SWEET DREAMS
The story of legendary country singer Patsy
Cline and her turbulent romance with Charlie
Dick, her second husband. Stars Jessica Lange. At
the Fox Village Theatre, 375 N. Maple, 769-1300.
TARGET
Matt Dillon stars in this movie as the son who
discovers his fathers hidden'past. Also stars Gene
Hackman. At the State Theater, 231 S. State; 662-
6264.
THAT WAS THEN ... THIS IS NOW
The story about two boys who are raised as
brothers and their survival in the tough neigh-
borhood in which they live. Stars Emilio Estevez.
At Movies at Briarwood, Briarwood Mall; 769-
8780.
TIRA NSYLVANIA 6-5000
Story about two reporters who go to modern day
Transylvania to uncover rumors of a new
Frankenstein monster. Stars Jeff Goldblum. At
the State Theatre, S. State; 662-6264.
WARNING SIGN
Man meets virus thriller. Mutates drama. At the
Fox Village Theatre, 375 N. Maple, 769-1300.

FRIDAY

League Box Office in advance and at
the door. For more information call
764-0450.
Ars Musica
Ann Arbor's fine 18th century

Bars and Clubs

The Ark-(761-1451)-Bluegrass with original-instruments orchestra retur-
former University students the RFD ns from a successful Midwest tour to
Boys. perform tonight's special program of
Bird of Paradise-(662-8310)-Mary Handel's complete Water Music,
Ellen Geist leads her jazz quartet. featuring rarely-performed alternate
The Blind Pig-(996-8555)-Get versions of two movements in which
stung with the rockin' music of the instrumental arrangements are
Detroit-based Stingrays. significantly altered. Moreover,
The Earle - (994-0211) - Vocalists Haydn's Symphony No. 6 ("Le
Rick Burgess and Patty O'Connor and Matin") will be performed. 8 p.m. at
their melodic jazz ensemble. First Congregational Church, 608 E.
The Heidelberg-(663-7758)-Nary William. Tickets are $6-$12 in advance
a dull moment with the oldies, rock, at the Michigan Theater box office
country and folk sounds of Mary and and at the door. For more information
Gary. call 668-8397.
Main Street Comedy Clifford Tretick-Great Lakes Per-
Showcase--(996-9080)-Dennis Wolf- forming Artist Associates Ann Arbor
berg and Jeannie McBride. Concert Series.
M r. Flood's Party-(995- This program, including works by
2132)-Play with the Fabulous Enesco, Badings, and Leclair,
Checkers and dance to their Motown spotlights diverse flutist Tretick, who
sounds. accents his playing with electronic ef-
Mountain Jack's-(665-1133)-Two- fects and synthesizers in addition to
in-one: Comedian-musician Don playing flute music. 8 p.m. at
Dowland. Kerrytown Concert House, 415 N.
The Nectarine Ballroom-(994- Fourth Ave. Tickets are $5 in advance
5436)-Skip down the yellow brick and at the door. For more information
road to the Top-40 Dance Party with call 665-4029.
the Wizard. Dracula-Ann Arbor Civic Theater
Rick's American Cafe-(996- Main Street Productions (Washtenaw
2747)-Sweet blues classics with Koko Council for the Arts)
Taylor. An upper-crust London family is
U-Club-(763-2236)-Tom Simonian shaken up when a Transylvanian
flips a variety of different musical count moves next door and imposes
discs. his menacing wrath upon the neigh-

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examines the personal desensitization
process which allows one to casuallyI
shrug-off violence and unexplained
death. The characters reveal a num-
ber of emotions in response to urban
life. Stars include Kara Miller, Nancy
Bishop, and Tim Banker. 8 p.m. ati
Performance Network, 408 W.
Washington. Admission is $6, with $1
discounts for students and seniors.
For more information call 663-0681.
Sweet Honey in the Rock-Safe House
Benefit.
Renowned for both their rigid left-
wing political stance as well as their1
thick harmonies and lush melodies,1
the diverse repertoire of this all-7
female a cappella quintet features
African chants, original ballads, and
political songs. The group's three LPs]
on Flying Fish label include the
highly-esteemed live album, Good1
News. The concert is interpreted in
American Sign Language, and
proceeds will benefit SAFE House, a
shelter for battered women serving+
Washtenaw County. 8 p.m. at the
Michigan Theater. Tickets are $11-$15
in advance at Schoolkids' and the+
Michigan Theater, and at the door
For more informtion call 973-0242 or
668-8397.
Ubi Roi-University Theater Depar-
tment University Players.,
Visiting director Barry Goldman, a
former associate director of The
Children's Theater Company and
School of Minneapolis, directs this
political satire by Frenchman Alfred
Jarry. The cast consists of University
drama students. 8 p.m. at the
Trueblood Theater, Frieze Building.
Tickets are $5 (students, $3). Call 764-
0450 for more information.
Campus Cinema
The Big Chill (Lawrence Kasdan,
1983) AAFC
In only his second effort as a direc-
tor, Lawrence Kasdan has
distinguished himself among the best
with this portrayal of eight University
of Michigan alumni who are reunited
at the funeral of an old pal. The
dialogue between the men and women

is a mixture of joy, sorrow, anger, and
disillusionment with the world and
with their deflated ideals. MLB 3, 7:00
p.m. and 9:00 p.m., $2.50.
The Big Sleep (Howard Hawks, 1946)
CG
The plot of this mystery thriller is so
puzzling that even writers Leigh
Brackett, William Faulkner, and
Jules Furthman admit confusion as to
what's really going on. Humphrey
Bogart is Philip Marlowe, a private
detective who stumbles over an assor-
tment of bodies while investigating a
blackmail case. MLB 4, 7:00 and 9:05
p.m., $2.50.
Chariots of Fire (Hugh Hudson, 1981)
MED
A magnificent celebration of the
human spirit, this film is the story of
two British athletes and their prepar-
tion for the 1924 Olympics. A
meticulous recreation of England
during the twenties. Nat. Sci., 7:30
p.m. and 9:45 p.m., $2.50.
Once Upon a time in the West (Sergio
Leone, 1969) C2
An exciting story of revenge in the
Old West, starring Charles Bronson
and Henry Fonda. Aud. A, 8:00 p.m.
only, $2.50.
SATURDAY
Bars and Clubs
The Ark-(761-1451)-Maybe you've
heard them on "Prarie Home Com-
panion"-if not, musical humorists
Peter and Lou Berryman are here.
Bird of Paradise-(662-8310)-A
second night with Mary Ellen Geist's
jazzy repertoire.
The Blind Pig-(996-8555)-The Sun
Messengers are here and they've
brought an eclectic mix of rock and
blues to Ann Arbor.
The Earle-(994-0211)-Jazz en-
semblists Rick Burgess and Patty
O'Connor.
The Halfway Inn-(764-
8558)-Rock-n-roll with Alien Nation.

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The Heidelberg-(663-7758)-Mary
and Gary's unique blend of every
kind of music you'll ever want to hear.
Main Street Comedy
Showcase- (996-9080)-Another night
of fun with Dennis Wolfberg and Jen-
nie McBride.
Mr. ' Flood's Party-(995-
2132)-Jump around with the jazz-
dance band Fabulous Checkers.
Mountain Jack's-(665-1133)-Get
down with Don Dowland-musician
and comedian.
The Nectarine Ballroom-(994-
5436)-The odds are stacked in your
favor with this popular Detroit dance
band, Domino.
Rick's American Cafe-(996-
2747)-Koko Taylor sings the blues.
U-Club- (763-2236)-From classic
Bob Dylan to hard-hitting originals,
the Watusies entertain.
Performance
Antique Pink-University Project
Theater.
John Russell Brown's direction of
this comedy continues tonight at 8
p.m. See Friday's listing for more
details.
Carlos Montoya-University Musical
Society
As the first flamenco guitarist to
ever give a solo performance,
Spanish-born Gypsy Carlos Montoya
is a great favorite in Ann Arbor. His
program will include his own inter-
pretations of Gypsy melodies and a
medley of folk airs from the Canary
Islands. 8 p.m. at Hill Auditorium.
Tickets are $6-$12 in advance at
Burton Tower and at the door. For
more information call 665-3717.
Dracula-Ann Arbor Civic Theater
Main Street Productions
This favorite fall story continues
tonight at 8_ p.m. See Friday's listing
for more details
An Evening with Windham
Hill-Eclipse Jazz (Washtenaw Coun-
sel for the Arts)
Windham Hill is a new record label
devoted to "New Acoustic" music.
Artists from this label performing
tonight include guitarist Michael
Hedges and pianist Liz Story. 8 p.m.
at the Power Center. Tickets are
$11.50 in advance at the Michigan
Union Tickets Office and Where
House Records, and at the door. For
more information call 763-8587.
Landscape of the Body-JTB Produc-
tions
John Guare's tale of murder and
death continues tonight at 8 p.m. See
Friday's listing for more information.
Second City Touring Com-
pany-Prism Productions
The improvisational humor of
Second City may be more than twenty
years old now, but the company and
the comedy are still fresh. Second
City alumni include Gilda Radner,
Dan Akyroyd, and Robert Klein. 8
p.m. at the Michigan Theater. Tickets
are $8.50-$10.50 in advance at the
Michigan Theater, Schoolkids', and
the Michigan Union Ticket Office, and
at the door. For more information,
call 668-8397.
Ubu Roi-University Theater Depar-
tment University Players
Alfred Jarry's political burlesque
continues at 5 and 9 p.m. See Friday's
listing for all the details.
Campus Cinema
Diner (Barry Levinson, 1982) Hill St.
A nostalgic look at growing up. A
group of young men hang out at an all
night diner where they are free to talk
about sports, rock and roll and the

mysteries of sex and women. The five
friends have reached their twenties
and are struggling to abandon the
habits of adolescence as they prepare
to leave the diner for good. Hill St.,
7:00 p.m. and 9:15 p.m., $2.50.
The Flavor of Green Tea Over Rice
(Yasujiro Ozu,1953) AAFC, C2, CG
A romantically optimistic niece
tries to save the failing marriage of
her uncle and aunt when she comes to
visit. The uncle is a country-born
businessman and the aunt is his bored
and contemptuous wife. Japanese
with subtitles. Aud. A, 7:00 p.m.,
$2.50/single, $3.50/double.
Tokyo-Ga (Wim Wenders, 1985)
AAFC, C2, CG
An exploration of Tokyo that travels
through pachinko parlors, baseball
cemeteries, golf practice on rooftops,
teenagers dancing to rock and roll in
the streets, and factory workers
making sushi. Wenders records his
impressions of the Japanese capital
and the late director, Yashijiro Ozu.
Includes an interview with German
director Werner Herzog. Aud. A, 9:15
p.m., $2.50/single, $3.50/double.
Lawrence of Arabia (David Lean,
1962) MED
The action traces the adventures of
an Englishman who becomes the
leader of an Arab army capable of
defeating the Turks. Peter O'Toole
plays the central figure, a tantalizing
enigma who displays different facets
of his personality as the film
progresses. Nat. Sci., 8:00 p.m., $2.50.
Liquid Sky (Slava Tsukerman, 1983)
C2
This sci fi film contains vibrant
colors, powerful music and a highly
unusual plot about aliens searching
for heroin who receive a euphoric
rush from a drug unleashed by
humans at the point of orgasm. The
humans find sex with these aliens to
be a killing experience. MLB 4, 7:00
p.m. and 9:00 p.m., $2.50.
Return of the Secaucus Seven (John
Sayles, 1980) Alt. Act.
A forerunner of the slicker and
more popular The Big Chill. Seven an-
ti-war activists from the '60s hold a
reunion in the '70s and through their
interaction the themes of love, frien-
dship and growing old are explored.
MLB 3, 6:30 p.m. and 10:00 p.m.,
$2.50/single, $3.50/double.
Baby, It's You (John Sayles, 1982) Alt.
Act.
Trenton, N.J. in the sixties is the
scene of a high school romance where
the boy and girl come from different
classes. She is an upper-class "prin-
cess" and he's a greaser with am-
bitions to become a lounge singer.
John Sayles is powerful with talk, and
in this form he forms the dialogue into
a logically developed narrative. MLB
3, 8:15 p.m. only. $2.50/single,
$3.50/double.
Furthermore
The Comet Halley: Once in a
Lifetime/Autumn Stars-University
Exhibit Museum
Once again it's time to go star-
gazing with two new shows! The
Comet Halley: Once in a Lifetime and
Autumn Stars. 11:30 a.m. (Autumn),
1:30 p.m., 2:45 p.m., and 4 p.m.
(Comet Halley), at the Exhibit
Museum Ruthven Planetarium, Ged-
des at N. University. $1. Call 764-0478
for more information.
SUNDAY
Bars and Clubs
The Ark-(761-1451)- Howl along

with Kate Wolf, singer/songwriter
known for her psychologically insight-
ful songs.
Bird of Paradise-(662-
8310)-Prominent jazz bassist Ron
Brooks and his trio.
Main Street Comedy
Showcase-(996-9080)-Dennis Wolf-
berg and Jennie McBride will make
you laugh.
The Nectarine Ballroom-(994-
5436)-Funk Dance party with local
DJ, the Wizard.
Performance
Antique Pink-University Project
Theater
Heinrich Hankel's play, starring
Kim Hunter, continues today at 2 p.m.
at the Mendelssohn Theater. See
Friday's listing for all the details.
The Cassini Ensemble-Kerrytown
Concert House
Founded in 1979, this will be the first
performance of the season by this 12-
member ensemble. John Madison,
first violinist of the Toledo Symphony
and Maria Smith, a former violinist of
the Renaissance City Chamber
Players started this group which con-
sists mostly of local professional
string players. The program will in-
clude Mozart's Divertimento in D
Major, Beethoven's String Quartet
and Brahm 's Piano Quintet in E.
Minor. The concert will begin at 7
p.m. at the Kerrytown Concert House,
415 N. Fourth Avenue. Tickets are
available at the door for $5 (students
and senior citizens, $3). More infor-
mation available by calling 996-5605.
Chamber Music-Kerrytown Concert
House
Cellist Thomas Cappaert, first
cellist of the Ann Arbor Symphony,
violinist Valdemar Jaskiewicz, who
has played in the Ann Arbor, Flint,
and Windsor symphonies, and pianist
Andrew Anderson, a locally known
accompanist and solo player, will
perform works by Mendelssohn,
Beethoven, and other composers. The
concert will take place at 3:30 p.m. at
the Kerrytown Concert House, 415 N.
Fourth Avenue. Free. For more in-
formation call 769-2999.
Faculty Violin Recital-University
School of Music
Faculty member Camilla Wicks will
perform Beethoven's Sonata No. 10
and Richard Strauss's Violin and
Piano Sonata. A student of Julliard in
New York and a well-known soloist in
Europe, Wicks is now famous as a
teacher who strongly encourages her
students to take chances. The perfor-
mance will begin at 4 p.m. at the
Rackham Auditorium. Free. For
more information call 763-4726.
Landscape of the Body-JTB Produc-
tions
Nina Maryse directs John Guare's
murder myster at 2 p.m. See Friday's
listing.
UAC Comedy Company, Dinner
Theater-UAC
The evening will begin with a grand
Italian buffet. Afterwards, the
University Comedy Company will
preview its November 15-16 fall show.
The popular comedy troupe will begin
at 7 p.m. and the dinner will begin at
5:30 p.m. at the U-Club, Michigan
Union. Tickets are $6-$9 (includes
dinner) and are available at the door
only. Call 763-1107 for more inform-
ation.
Ubi Roi-University Theater Depar-
tment University Players
Visiting director Barry Goldman's
version of the French political
burlesque starts at 2 p.m. See

Friday's ling.
Campus Cinema
America - From Hitler to MX (Joan
Harvey, 1984) BFS
Diplomats and military planners,
union leaders and workers, scientists
and doctors unite in a powerful and
shocking response to current United
States nuclear policies when a
president jokes about pushing the but-
ton. EQ Aud., 7:00 p.m. only.
Donations requested.
Blazing Saddles (Mel Brooks, 1974)
MED
In this outrageous parody of
Hollywood westerns, a small town
refuses to be saved by the black
sheriff (Cleaven Little). Every con-
ceivable cliche is inverted, and
Franie's Laine's opening song, the
pastor's sermon, and Madelaine
Kahn's fine spoof of Marlene Dietrich
may provoke hysterical laughter.
Nat. Sci., 7:30 p.m. only, $2.50/single,
$3.00/double.
The Producers (Mel Brooks, 1968)
MED
Huckster Zero Mostel and a weak
accountant (Gene Wilder) plan to get
rick quick with a Broadway flop
called "Springtime for Hitler" that
contains singing and dancing Nazis.
This is Mel Brook's first go at direc-
ting, he produces some hilarious
scenes. Nat. Sci., 9:15 p.m. only.
$2.50/single, $3.00/double.
The Black Cauldron (Ted Berman and
Richard Rich, 1985) MTF
The heroic saga of a young boy,
Taran, who must prevent the evil
Horned King from stealing the Black
Cauldron, a mysterious force capable
of producing an army of supernatural
warriors. Taran is aided in his quest
by a group of new Disney-animated
personalities. Mich., 4:00 p.m., 6:00
p.m., and 8:00 p.m. $3.00, $2.50/stud-
nets, seniors.
Breathless (Jean-Lue Godard, 1959)
CG
Jean-Luc Godard was 29 when he
made his directing debut with this
film about a French mobster and his
affair with an American expatriate.
The French New Wave, of which this
film is a part, redefined the manner in
which movies treated characters and
their impulses. MLB 4, 7:00 p.m. only.
$2.00/single, $3.00/double.
L'Avventura (Michelangelo An-
tonioni, 1960) CG.
When Anna disappears on a
yachting holiday, her lover Sandro
and her friend Claudia begin to have
an affair. The two lovers continue to
search for Anna, but to find her would
be disastrous. Italian with subtitles.
MLB 4, 8:40 only. $2.00/single,
$3.00/double.
Sherlock, Jr. (Buster Keaton, 1924)
AAFC
Keaton is a movie projectionist who
dreams himself into the movies. In
some hilarious scenes Buster tries to
ride a motorcycle while seated on the
handlebars, and learns to kiss while
studying film techniques. Aud. A, 7:00
p.m. and 8:20 p.m., $2.50.
Furthermore
The Comet Halley: Once in a
Lifetime-University Exhibit
Museum
The Comet Halley shows at 1:30,
2:45, and 4 p.m. See Saturday's
listing.
Forman's Cider Mill Ride-Ann Ar-
bor Bicycle Touring society
Hop on your bike for a brisk autumn
ride to Forman's Cider Mill in North-
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Performance
Antique Pink-University Project
Theater
A 20-year-old kid is hired to paint a
70-year-old woman's apartment,
which hasn't been painted in 40 years.
The simple task evolves into an all-
day, all-night affair, ending in a
champagne breakfast. Heinrick
Henkel's play stars professional ac-
tress Kim Hunter. 8 p.m. at the Men-
delssohnn Theater. Tickets are $6-
$12.50 (students, $3) at the Michigan

bors. Thom Johnson directs the cast
which includes John Palenick, Jay
Mattlin, Marilyn Kennedy, Steven
Lane, Joan Schneiter, Jennifer Buch,
and Leslie Wolfe. This is Crane John-
son's 1973 stage adaptation of Bram
Stoker's classic horror novel. Per-
formance begins at 8 p.m. at the Ann
Arbor Civic Theater, 338 S. Main -
Tickets are $5 at the door. Call 662-
7282 for more information.
Landscape of the Body-JTB Produc-
tions
John Guare's murder mystery,
based around the death of a boy,

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