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The Michigan Daily
Thursday, April 9, 1987
An un-men-tionable viewpoint
mark, was first produced four years prejudice, but small enough to through Saturday performances be-
By Philip Ross ago by Britain's National Theatre, allow us to identify with the char- gin at 8 p.m. and Sunday per-
which has since brought it on tour acters. "The Italian element height- formances at 2 p.m. Tickets are $9
The Michigan Orbit Theatre will to the United States. ens certain elements in our life and ($3 for students) and are available at
As Brown described it, the Orbit allows us to use it as an adventure the Michigan League Ticket Office.
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debut Friday with Female Parts,
three short plays that poke fun at
men, women and life. Especially
"It shows how men seem
incapable of seeing things from a
woman's point of view," said John
Russell Brown, the director of the
drama department's new troupe. "I
would say it would be difficult for a
man to see the plays without
changing his consciousness, es-
pecially the last play."
The plays were written in Italian
by Dario Fo, whom Brown called
"an extraordary Italian clown and
actor," and his wife, Franca Rame,
an actress who works in Milan.
This translation, by Olwen Wy-
production has an economy of per-
sonnel and a simplicity of design
suitable to a touring company of
modest means. "Many of the or-
dinary things you expect to find on
a stage are missing - including the
other actors," he said. Patricia
Boyette plays all the roles, slipping
into male roles whenever necessary.
She can be expected to turn this
imposed flexibility to comedic ad-
vantage by making fun of sex roles
and perhaps of sex itself. "It's out -
rageous, at least in parts," said
Brown, who hinted at bawdy bits
but would not provide a sample.
The comedies are set in modern
Italy, a cultural distance perhaps
great enough to free our minds from
In the next year to 18 months,
Brown said, Michigan Orbit Theatre
will choose "three or four" plays
which, like Female Parts, fea-
ture compact casts and fold-up sets.
"It has to be small-scale because it
will have to travel to different lo-
cations in the back of a van." The
troupe's members, all from the de-
partment of theatre and drama, will
work together for 28 weeks a year,
which Brown said is enough time
to build a repertoire that travels
Female Parts opens tonight at
the Trueblood Theatre in the Frieze
Building. Performances continue
April 10-12 and 16-19. Thursday
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1987
PIRGIM fim fest: Oppression
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By Issues Committee, focuses on these break old stereotypes and to make
In today's society, the majority three minority groups. Yet, the those who don't have to fight for
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ORBIT THEATRE, a professional company based in the University's
School of Music, presents three plays written by the Italian Master of
Comedy in collaboration with his wife.
Patricia Boyette stars in an entertainment that shows three resourceful and coura-
geous women in the adventures of their daily lives.
In the TRUEBLOOD THEATRE, in the Freize Building on State St.
(between Washington and Huron).
April 9 to 12th and 16 to 19th: Thurs. thru' Sat. at 8:00 pm.; Sun. at
Tickets $9.00 reserved seats; $3.00 general admission. All tickets available in advance at the League
Ticket Office, 10:00 am. to 5:00 pm. Mon.-Fri; or charge by phone, (313) 764-0450. Tickets also avail-
able at the door, from one hour before performances.
This comedy "makes the ordinary seem extraordinary" (Evening Standard, London).
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