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The Michigan Daily-Friday, October 30, 1987- Page 9

'Evening
Aleister

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By Amy Koch
The spirit of Halloween can
definitely be captured in An Evening
With Aleister Crowley featured this
week by the Performance Network.
In a combination of drama, dance,
and song, Harvey Zook has adapted
the short stories of occultist and
magician Aleister Crowley for the
stage. Providing an almost
Hitchcock-esque experience, Zook
has entwined comedy, mystery, and
horror for a very devilish production.
"The Strategem," one of the
featured works, presents the audience
with the situation of being stranded
on a lonely train platform with a
self-confessed murderer who insists
on declaring his horrifying desires.
Using a manipulative stage and
{variousaexpressionistic techniques,
Zook successfully provides
goosebumps for the entire audience.
Next, "The Testament of Magdalen
"lair" explores the power of psychic
communication within the living
world and underworld. Staged on an
angular black and white set, this
work also features a score composed

pays
Crowley
monors
by Martin Simmons as well as a
dancing chorus of demons.
An Evening With Aleister
Crowley is created by La!, an
ensemble of actors, writers,
musicians, and choreographers.
Though this is their first full-length
production, La! staged Scherzo for Z
at the Network last January and At
the Laundromat for the 25th annual
Ann Arbor film festival. These
works portray the early 20th century
writer's infamous and off-beat
perspective on religion and the
occult. Moreover, these works
describe Crowley's view of "a world.
peopled and manipulated by demons,
a world that reverberates with an
eerie, almost familiar chord in La!'s
presentation."
The opening performance of AN
EVENING WITH ALEISTER
CR O WLEY is tonight at 8 p.m.
.and will be followed by a Halloween
dance party. Come in costume, if
you like, and receive $1 off
admission price. There will be
another performance tomorrow night
at the same time and on Sunday at
6:30 p.m., as well as November 5-8.
Call the Performance Network for
further details.

Keith Jarrett'

s Trio

(Continued from Page 7)
before dropping out of the music
scene entirely to pursue Eastern
philosophies. This led him to Japan,,
where he also studied Oriental
medicine. In Japan, his musical
interest re-emerged and his vision
matured. He recorded and performed
occasionally before returning to the
U.S.
Peacock's interest in the
relationship between Eastern and
Western sciences led to studies in
microbiology at Washington State
University. He considers the tonal
structure of music and the actual
structure of matter to be the same.
Peacock has continued a lifetime
study of science, mysticism, and
music, recording often for ECM. His

compositions are beautiful and
exotic. His bass playing is
exceptional; hebis a musician's
musician.
Whew! There is so much more
that could be said about these folks.
But there is nothing that the music
of Keith Jarrett, Jack DeJohnette,
and Gary Peacock could not say for
itself. The Standards Trio uses the
language of popular song to popular
song to speak directly to the heart
and to heal the spirit. This
Halloween we should all treat
ourselves to this very special op-
portunity.
Keith Jarrett's Standards Trio will
be performing tomorrow night at
Hill auditorium. Showtime is
scheduled for 8 p.m. Reserved seats
are $12.50 and $1450.

features the best
in the business

Haunting
The University Symphony Orchestra will give their free, annual Halloween
performance at Hill Auditorium tonight at 9 p.m. The performance will
include the theme from the movie 'Twilight Zone' as well as a movement
from Berlioz's 'Symphony Fantastique.'

Michigan Individual Entrepreneurial Project
Presents
Fifth Annual

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TMI
at the Heidelberg " 215 N. Main, Ann Arbor
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Appearing:I
Fri8:30&11pm I
* Reservations sat 8:30 & 11 pm
1995-8888 p $6
I improvisational Comedy Competition!!
SHALLOWEEN WEEKEND SPECIAL E
SAdmission
Sat. Shows $2 with costume
- Speecial Prizes for those wearinge costumes

A IN CALIFORNIA
The Dean of Admissions,
Edward Tom,
from the University of California,
Berkeley, and the
Dean of Admissions,
Michael Rappaport,
from UCLA,
will discuss going to law school
and practicing law in California.

Pryor
1st Priz

Award
e $3000

2nd Prize $2000
TO THE BEST BUSINESS PLAN WRITTEN AND
SUBMITTED
BY UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN STUDENT
INFORMATIONAL
MEETING
Tues. November 3, 1987
4:30 p.m.
MICHIGAN ROOM
Uof M School of Business
Corner of Hill andTappan
ALL STUDENTS INVITED
Questions? Call Linda Powell 662-2245

Place:
Time:
Date:

Career Planning & Placement
3200 Student Activities Building
(SAB)
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday, November 3,1987

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Get your Senior

Portrait taken today!

WHERE: West Quad, 2nd floor - Wedge Room
WHEN: Monday - Friday 8:30-5:30
HOW: Just bring the $3.00 sitting fee
ONLY one week left

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Michigma p Eudan for me for the
low price of $26.00. Please bill this
purchase to my student account.
My copy will be ready for pickup
at the Ensian office, Student Publications
Bldg., 420 Maynard St.,
Ann Arbor, in Mid-April, 1988.
I will receive a confirmation of
my order. I must pick up my book
no later than December 31, 1988.

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