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Records
Born Without A
Face
FREAKSHOW (CASSETTE
ONLY) THE UNBECOMING
(Crucible)
Born Without A Face is not
for the faint of heart.
Tortured vocals and searing
guitars are dished out like

The Michigan Daily- Friday, September 19, 1986 - Page 9
North Country Opera: A tradition returns

pacing. Be sure not to miss
the real live freakshow at the
end of side one.
The Unbecoming, a four
song EP, is the band's latest
and best release. "Mael-
strom" and "Black Nar-
cissus" are as degenerate as
the living hell these guys sing
about. "The Next Big Thing"
assaults you with anger and
"Stubborn Beast Flesh" puts
you on edge with its abrasive
chainsaw guitars. Suffice to
say this isn't the kind of stuff
you bring to the big volleyball
game down at the beach.
Born Without A Face sums
up their music best in
Freakshow's "Feed Your
Head:" Scream for mercy-
Beg for more.
-Danny Plotnick

By Chris Davis
Do you think that "yuppies" are
evil creatures from outer space?
Is "materialism" a naughty word
in your vocabulary? Do long
walks in the woods turn you on?
If you answered "yes" to one or
more of these questions, then
seeing North Country Opera
should be put at the top of your list
of things to do this weekend.
North Country Opera is a
modern musical by local
playwright and songwriter, Jay
Stielstra. The story centers upon
the character of Michael, played
by Michael Smith, who falls in
love while backpacking in the U.
P. He leavs love, though, to make
his fortune as a stockbroker in

Grosse Pointe. Finally, after fif-
teen years have passed, Michael
realizes his mistake and returns
to Grand Marais to find the love
he left. North Country Opera is a
basic love story in a modern and
local setting.
"The play is about making
choices about what's important in
your life," explains producer
Maureen Martin, who is cur -
rently attending the University
Business School. The production
provides students with an
opportunity to see a slice of
downtown Ann Arbor rather than
campus Ann Arbor," says Mar -
tin. "Everybody leaves feeling
good."
The company consists of many
people who came to Ann Arbor to

study and stayed to live. All have
extensive musical performance
backgrounds in the Ann Arbor
folk and country scene. One per -
former, Charlie Weaver has
even taken the show's message to
heart and now works full-time as
a river guide on the Manistee
River. Author Stielstra is
himself a native of northern
Michigan. Director Barbara
Stanley Kramer has combined
her New York theatrical ex -
perience with music director
Kevin Lynch's experience per-
forming in bands in and around
Ann Arobr. The result, says
Martin is an "amazingly fun
show."
Performances of North
Country Opera will be tonight and

Saturday at 8 p.m. at the
Performance Network, 408 W.
Washington. Admission will be
$6 for both nights. Tickets wil}
be available at the door and iT
advance from Herb David's an
the Old Town Tavern, both .
Liberty street. Previous pergk
formances have sold out, so it Is
highly recommended that tickets
be purchased in advance.
WEEKEND
MAGAZINE
Fridays in The Daily
763-0379

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raw sewage for the
slumfeeders of the world on
these two releases. "7 Steps to
Hell" and "Distriction," two
of the standouts on.
Freakshow, are clear proof
that Born Without A Face
isn't your run of the mill,
mile-a-minute . hardcore
band. "7 Steps to Hell" is
highlighted by some
hel lacious guitar and bass
playing as well as wigged- out
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Ann Arbor Civic Theatre's Annual
OPEN HOUSE
Sunday, September 21, 1986
3 p.m. - 6 p.m.
AACT Building - 338S. Main St.

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All are invited to Ann Arbor Civic Theatre's Annual OPEN HOUSE to
discover the creative opportunities that abound in the various areas that
combine to create "another opening, another show." The Ann Arbor Civic
Theatre is a theatre dedicated to the community, in the truest sense - A
THEATRE FOR YOU. AACT is a non-profit organization
comprised of all volunteer-members from the community.

So come and share with us as a new season
begins. Refreshments will be provided. For
further information call662-7282, Mon. - Fri.
between 1 p.m and 4 p.m.

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Intrductry HbrewThurs. 8:15-9:30 p.m.
Tues. &Thurs. s-8:15 pm. Jewish Dietary Law: Eating with Sanctity
Beginning Siddur Readings Weds. 7-8:15 p.m.
Tues 7-:15 ~m.God-Wrestling
Intermediate Hebrew Mon. 7-8:15 p.m.
Tues. &Thurs. 8:30-9:45 Improvization and the Bible
Advanced Hebrew Mon. 7:30-9 p.m.
Thurs. 7:15-9:30 p.m. crmc:M kn eihRta bet
Beginners-Adv. Beginners Yiddish Min Making Jewish Ritual Objects
asic Jdaism Zemirot: Songs for the Sabbath and Holidays
Basic Judaispm Tues. 7-8:15 p.m.
Mon.d 4pMINI-COURSES
Wed. 8:30-9:15 p.m. Yiddish Literature in Translation:
Latin American Jewry between Shalom A8chem
Nov. 5, 9, 12 -8:30-9:15 p.m.
Dictatorship and Democracy Prophetic Judaism
Mon. 8:15-9:30 p.m. Mon. Oct. 20,.27, Nov. 3 - 7-8:15 p.m.
Call or stop by for the registration forms
at the Hillel Office on weekdays from 9-5.
STUENTS & SENIOR CITIZENS $10.00; OTHERS $27.00; COUPLES $50.00
One fee entitles you to attend all classes
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