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First
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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
his occurred. Fonda is an inquiring psychologist
who squares off against the convent's Mother
Superior (Bancroft). At the Campus Theater, 1214
S. University, 668-416.
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.

BRING ON THE NIGHT
Sting gives birth to a band and a baby. What
more can we ask for? At the Ann Arbor Theatre,
210 S. Fifth, 761-9700.
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.
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.
TO 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 11
The terror continues in this sequel of the popular
horror film. At the State Theatre, 231 S. State;:662-.
6264 and at the Wayside, 3020 Washtenaw,434-1782.
ONCE BITTEN
Lauren Hutton plays the sultry vampires out to
get the blood of a virginal teenage boy in this
comedy-thriller. At the State Theatre, 231 S. State;
662-6264.
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.
RAINBOW BRITE AND THE STAR STEALERS
Rainbow Brite in her very own animated film
about a deranged princess determined to steal all
the stars in the galaxy. At the Movies at briar-
wood, Briarwood Mall; 769-8780.

REMO WILLIAMS: THE ADVENTURE BEGINS
An ordinary cop turned secret agent brings
justice to international criminals with the help of
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.
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 at Briar-
wood, Briarwood Mall, 769-8780.
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.
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 ... TH IS 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.
TRA NSY LVANIA 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.

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The Earle - (994-0211) - Rick
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Main Street Comedy Showcase -
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Mr. Flood's Party - (995-2132) -
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Performance
The Big Show: UAC Comedy Com-
pany
This zany nine-member student
troupe presents a spectrum of
comedy, including sports satires,
movie parodies, and other situation
sketches. 8 p.m. at the Lydia Men-
delssohn Theater. Tickets are $3 in
advance at the Michigan Union Ticket
Office and $3.50 at the door. For more
information call 763-1107.
Dracula - Ann Arbor Civic Theater
Main Street Productions (Washtenaw
Council for the Arts)
An upper-crust London family is
shaken up when a Transylvanian
count moves next door and imposes
his menacing wrath upon the neigh-

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.
Evita - UAC MUSKET
Don't cry for me, Argentina. . . The
turbulent and true story of Eva Peron,
the wife of former Argentine dictator
Juan Peron, is brought to life by a cast
of mostly non-theater majors.
University musical theater major
Doug LaBrecque directs MUSKET's
own version of Weber & Rice's Tony-
winning pop-opera. 8 p.m. at the
Power Center. Tickets are $5.50-$6.50
in advance at the Michigan Union
Ticket Office, all Ticketworld outlets,
and at the door. For more information
call 763-1107. To charge tickets by
phone, call 763-8587.
Joanna's Gourmet Plays - Univer-
sity Streetlight Theater.
Imagine ... eleven short plays writ-
ten, directed, and performed by this
university-student group. The plays to
be performed include: Mom Returns
from the Horse Races, featuring
poetic fights and complicated palin-
dromes; Fred, a drama about four
restless youths, all named Fred; Good
Night Nurse, a comedy about a
hospital where wackiness abounds;
The Woman with Very Long Arms, a
play rich in slapstick humor; The
Knave of Hearts, a rhyming
domestic drama with jolly music and
brilliant stage effects; and Thum-
belina: A Short Tale, a domestic
drama of youth's striving for in-
dependence. Show begins at 8 p.m. at
the University Residential College
Auditorium, East Quad. Admission is
free. Call 665-5479 for more infor-
mation.
The Roches - University Office of
Major Events
Only the unexpected should be ex-
pected when these three sisters from
New York City bring to town their

wildly mlenaea avant-garae ana
traditional sound. In addition to their
unconventional original material, the
sisters' three-part harmonies lend
themselves well to their other selec-
tions, including doo-wop numbers,
traditional Irish tunes, and the An-
drews Sisters' classics. 8 p.m. at the
Michigan Teater. Tickets are $11.50-
$13.50 in advance at Schoolkids', PJ's,
the Union, and at the door. For more
information call 763-8587.
Sticks and Bones: Performance Net-
work
This play is part of Tony-winner
David 'Rabe's trilogy which also in-
cludes The Basic Training of Pavlo
Hummel and Streamer. Directed by
David Bernstein and featuring Detroit
TV actors Edwin and Jan Cable, this
potent (and sometimes comic)
tragedy bitterly examines the
unreality of the Ozzie and Harriet
show within the context of the Viet-
nam War: son David comes home
blind from the horrible war. 8 p.m. at
Performance Network, 408 W.
Washington. Tickets are $6 on Friday
and Saturday, $5 on Thursday and
Sunday, and a $1 discount is offered
for students and seniors. Tonight
only: two admissions for the price of
one. For more information call 663-
0681.
University Symphony Band and Con-
cert Band
Schumann's Circus Overtures,
Turina's Five Miniatures, Schuller's
Meditation, Shostakovich's Festive
Overture, and Hindemith's Symphony
in B-flat will be performed by these
two fine ensembles with conductors
H. Robert Reynolds and Larry
Rachleff. 8 p.m. at Hill Auditorium.
Admission is free. For more infor-
mation call 763-4726.
Campus Cinema
Prizzi's Honor (John Huston, 1985) C2
Jack Nicholson is the hit-man for
the Prizzi clan, one of the most power-
ful crime syndicates in the country.
He sets his sights on Kathleen Turner
and falls in love with her, only to later
find that she is a free-lance killer with
the same ruthlessness that he

possesses. MLB 4, 7:00 p.m. and 9:00
p.m. $2.50.
Sleeper (Woody Allen, 1973) Alt Act
Woody Allen is a second rate jazz
clarinetist who becomes the Rum-
plestiltskin of the modern age when he
is frozen in an operation and wakes up
two hundred years later in a police
state. MLB 3, 7:30 p.m. only.
$2.50/single, $3.50/double.
Love and Death (Woody Allen, 1975)
Alt Act
Woody takes a stab at Russian
literature in this superb fusion of
everything from mordant satire to
hilarious slapstick. This is a lan-
dmark film in Allen's development
from comedian to director. MLB 3, 9:15
p.m. only. $2.50/sinige, $3.50/double.
2001: A Space Odyssey (Stanley
Kubrick,1968) CG
Kubrick takes us on a trip through
space and time and gives a fine
display of his excellent visual and
technical skills. This film explores the
next evolutionary faze in nature,
which is the eventual takeover of
mankind by machines and
technology. A splendid array of
special effects. AH, Aud A., 7:00 p.m.
and 9:35 p.m. $2.50.
SATURDAY
Bars and Clubs
The Ark - (761-1451) - Get lost with
the Lost World String Band.
Bird of Paradise - (662-8310) - The
Rob Pipho Quartet jazzes the night
away.
The Blind Pig - (996-8555) - The
Steve Nardella Rock 'n' Roll Trio.
The Earle - (994-0211) - Jazz with
Rick Burgess and Patty O'Connor.
The Heidelberg - (663-7758) -
Guitar masters Mary & Gary.
Main Street Comedy Showcase -
(996-9080) - Enjoy the sound effects
of Ed Fiala.
Mr. Flood's Party - (995-2132) -
The Detroit Blues Band is electric.
Mountain Jack's - (665-1133) -
Musical comedian Don Dowland.
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