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at the Michigan Theater
7:00 SUNDAY, FEB. 16 Dir -Jim Jarmusch
9:00 "STRANGER THAN PARADISE" (1984)
An eccentric tale of a horse player who receivesY
a surprise visit from his young cousin from
7:30 MONDAY, FEB. 17 Dir.-John B. Avildsen
10:00 "THE KARATE KID" (1984)
A teenager is beset by bullies until an unlikely
mentor (the Japanese handy man in his apart-
ment house) teaches him about self-confidences
- and karate.
8:00 TUESDAY, FEB. 18 Dir. -Jacques Tati
"MON ONCLE" (1958 - French)
Monsieur Hulot's simple, uncluttered life is sharp-
ly contrasted to that of his sister and brother-in-
law, who live in an ultra-modern, gadget-laden
home. This Oscar-winner includes a continuous
flow of sight gags.
8:00 WEDNESDAY, FEB. 19 Dir.-David Jones
Three people involved in an ill-fated triangle of
deceit are the focus of Harold Pinter's chilling
study of infidelity. Stars Jeremy Irons, Ben Kings-
ley and Particia Hodge.Y
See all these great films projected on the large screen in the historic '
Michigan Theater. call 668-8397 for more information. Admission to-
films is $3.00 for a double bill or a single bill. Students and senior
citizens $2.50. Tickets go on sale one-half hour before showtime.
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FEBRUARY 14, 1986
WHAT IT IS
Answers to an often-asked question
My belle and Ma Bell
CATCH OF THE DAY
apathy. Both productions are direc-
ted by Mark Kaplan and feature
Queen Ida and the Bontemps Zydeco
Band - University Office of Major
Events, 8 p.m., Michigan Union
Zydeco music combines a zigzag
beat with Cajun, jazz, blues, reggae,
rock and Western swing. Queen Ida
will sing and play the button accor-
dion, the lead instrument of zydeco,
and she will be backed by fiddle,
triangle, guitar along with the wash-
board, bass and drums.
University Contemporary Directions
Ensemble - University School of
Music, 8 p.m., Rackham Auditorium
Carl St. Clair will conduct this
student ensemble in Richard Cornell's
Passage, Frederick Rzewski's Song
and Dance and Roger Bourland's
Stone Quartet. The program will also
include University music professor
Fred Lerdahl's Fantasy Etudes.
Hester Street (Joan Micklin Silver)
Hill St., 8:00 p.m. only, Hill St.
This story of late nineteenth cen-
tury Eastern European Jewish
migration to the United States looks
into the immigration experience and
the conflict of values between the old
and new lands.
Losing Ground (Kathleen Collins,
1983) Alt. Act., 7:00 and 9:00 p.m.,
A provocative and zany comedy
about a middle-aged couple in the
midst of a marital crises. She goes
off on a quest for "ecstasy," while he
is forced to look at her in new ways.
Personal Decisions (1985), The
Silent Scream, and Planned Paren-
thood's Response to "The Silent
Scream" BFS, 7 p.m. only, AH Aud.
Stranger Than Paradise (Jim Jar-
musch, 1984) MTF, 7:00 and 9:00
A young Hungarian girl and two
New York horseplayers journey
through the most perversely mun-
dane America ever captured on
Bars & Clubs
Bird of Paradise - (662-8310) -
Reed Anderson Quartet, jazz.
Del-Rio Bar - (761-2530) - Paul
Vornhagen and Friends; Latin
Main Street Comedy Showcase -
(996-9080) - Open Mike Night.
The Nectarine Ballroom - (994-
5436) - Funk Dance Party, DJ the
The Exception and the Rule -- The
Brecht Company, 2 p.m., Residen-
tial College Auditorium, East Quad
Martin Walsh and Bob Brown
direct Bertolt Brecht's "Lehrstuck"
(learning piece), an unorthodox
comedy-musical commenting on the
effects of power and money.The plot
depicts the travels and trial of a
paranoid merchant set to the music
of University drama professor Peter
The Impresario Papagena Opera
Company, 4 p.m., Kerrytown Con-
cert House, 415 N. Fourth Ave. (769-
Directed by International
Pavarotti Competition finalist
Lesley Delk, Mozart's one-act comic
opera about a troubled impresario is
here translated into English,
making this a performance ac-
cesible to even the least
knowledgeable opera aficionado.
Jesse and Bandit Queen - Perfor-
mance Network, 6:30 p.m., Perfor-
mance Network, 408 W. Washington
David Bernstein directs David
Freeman's thoughtful drama depic-
ting the fictional relationship bet-
ween outlaws Jesse James and
Belle Starr. Clever stage devices
coupled with an intriguing plot serve
to reveal the ways in which our
historical perspective of the Old
West is formed.
No Exit and The Still Alarm:
University Hill Street Players, 2 & 6
p.m., Hillel Auditorium, 1429 Hill St.
These two absorbing one-act plays
are directed by Mark Kaplan and
spotlight the newly-formed student
ensemble, the Hill Street Players.
No Exit, by Jean-Paul Sartre, cen-
ters around the experiences of three
people in Hell. George Kaufman's
The Still Alarm deals with the
apathy of several individuals when
faced with a fire in their hotel.
Comet Halley: Once in a Lifetime -
Exhibit Museum Planetarium (764-
0478) 1:30, 2:45, and 4 p.m.
A sight and sound experience to
highlight the heralded return of the
WCBN Benefit Bash - 8 p.m.-lp.m.,
Michigan Union Ballroom (763-
The lengthy fundraiser for the
student-run radio station tonight of-
fers a diverse menu of music, in-
cluding headliners Crucial, a
Bowling Green reggae group. Also
featured are Tracy Lee and the
Leonards,the newmusic of Map of
the World, and the heavily per-
cussive Latin jazz of the Lunar Glee
Club. The show is also broadcast live
on WCBN-88.3 FM.
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THE ADVENTURES OF MARK TWAIN M
The magic of Cla,mation brings the characters
of this film to life. With help from Tom and Huck,
Twain is shooting for the Halley's Comet. At the
Movies at Briarwood, Briarwood Mall, 769-8780. v
THE BEST OF TIMES
A comedy about a group of men who get to
together one more time to play that "Big Game"
that they lost in high school. At the State A
Theater, 231S. State St., 662-6264. OL
A thriller-fantasy directed by Terry Gilliam wo
(Time Bandits) takes place somewhere in the Syt
20th century in a bureaucratic state in which sy
computers can go on the blink with horrific con- 12
sequences. Stars Jonathan Pryce, Robert P
DeNiro, and Kathleen Helmond. At the State R
Theatre, 231S. State St.,662-5296. ab
THE COLOR PURPLE via
Spielberg's attempt at a serious picture. Based sta
on Alice Walker's Pulitzer Prize winning novelth
about Celie, an oppressed black woman living in 130
the South in the early 1900s. At the Movies at pi
Briarwood, Briarwood Mali, 769-8780.1
DELTA FORCE lo'i
No info, sorry guys. But it's playing at the State Sty
Theatre, 231 S. State St., 662-5296. th
DOWN AND OUT IN BEVERLY HILLS QU
My Man Godfrey recreated. Nick Nolte plays a
bum who tries to commit suicide by drowning bik
himself in Richard Dreyfuss' and Bette Midler's Mo
pool. He gets rescued and decides to teach this R
affluent family a lesson. At the Wayside Theatre,
3020 Washtenaw, 434-1782. fr
EDGE OF THE CITY F
Sounds like a gang movie to me. At the movies at S
Briarwood, Briarwood Mall, 769-8780. s i
No further information on this one. At the
Movies at Briarwood, Briarwood Mall, 769-1300.
ENEMY MINE ,
In the 21st century, the United States' new fu
enemy is a planet called Dracon. An American S
pilot and a Drac pilot find themselves marrooned
on a deserted planet. Lou Gossett Jr. plays the M
Drac and Dennis Quaid plays the American. At the Wj
Fox Village Theater, 375 N. Maple, 769-1300. B
When Rollie Tyler, a special effects expert is Gr
offered a large sum of money to stage a fake Mc
assassination, he's in for more than he bargained
for. Illusion turns to reality and Rollie is out for Wit
revenge. Stars Bryon Brown and Brian Dennehy. G
At the Fox Village Theatre, 375 N. Maple, 769-fool
HANNAH AND HER SISTERS Gol
Woody Allen's latest venture starring Mia The
Farrow, Barbara Hershey, Dianne Wiest,
Michael Caine, Carrie Fisher, Max Von Sydow
and himself. The movie, itself, touches on life,
death, love, lust, adulty, childbirth, religion and A
art. A must-see for any Woody Allen fan. At the u
Movies at Briarwood. Briarwood Mall, 769-8780.
Dream date winner Karen
Butkie wicz and Bachelor of
the Month Tim Carrico
share a matched set
A night to remember
A little ''Romance"
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