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Th. Michigan Doily

Thursday, April 7, 1988

Page 7

'The Gondoliers'

Gilbert and Sullivan go to Venice,

By Coterie Curry
The knowledge that the prodluc-
tion of The Gondoliers has bccn set
into motion at the Mendelssohn
Theatre should *delight fans of
Gilbert's stories and Sullivan's mu-
sic alike. This 12th of the 14 op-
erettas by W.S. Gilbert and Sir
Arthur Sullivan will be presented by
The University's Gilbert andl Sulli-
van Society, which is now in its
4 1st season.

Gilbert's story is a comedy of
manners set against the background
of' political upheaval and rel igijous
persecution of Italy in the late 18th
century. In tie production, The King
of B~arataria tells the story of two
Venetian gondoliers, the brothers
Marco andl Guiseppe Palmieri, both
of whom have just marriedl. The
revels of the Palmieri brothers and
their brides are interrupted when the
Grand Inquistor of Spain informs
them that Marco and Guiseppe are
not brothers. One is indeed the lost

King of' Barataria, though it is not
clear which, and the other is the
King's foster mother's son. Only
Inez, the King's foster mother, is
able to tell which of the two gondo-
liers is King. Until mIn can be per-
suaded to speAk, Marco and (;uiseppc
are installed in the Bartarian court,
where they rule as one with a large
nulmber of their Venetian friends.
The resolution of all this confusion
promises to be both interesting and
entertaining.
To add even more charm to this

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OUTDOOR SU.MMER JOBS
Painters and f'rman needed in the f'ollowing
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CH ILDI CAXRE: Gentle loving ]provider for 41
mo. girl, in our Bums Park home, two
moms./wk., S30/w k., 761 -7260.
CLERK-CLINICAL. RESEARCH I' CR. to
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willis at 936-80(()U
. CO-Til) Massachusetts summer cam p seeks
cotunselors. Call (914)762-2820.
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tomation Link. Call 747-940X), Raf iq.
CONLIN BRID)E SHOWCASE is looking
for a pt. time salesperson who is fashion con-
scious, personable, &l can work Sat. & some
tvkday. evenings. Additional hrs. during
Sum. Call Sellers at 971-6455.
CUSTIOM PICTUL;RE FR AM ER! M1AT
CUTTER. Dull time or ( ?i time, flexible
houirs, west of Antn Arbor. Ca,,ll 426-5505.
FULL- PART TIME DAYS/NIGHITS regis-
ter/back-up. Good ayy nice place to work.
Big Oak Store 930- 99.
FUTURE STIOC KBROKERS: ILeam how to
negotiate, and eartn mon ey while you~ lar.
Work at Michigan ieeund, 611l Church
Street, Suite 304. Call 763-7420 for details.
GiOD PAY... FOR GOOl) PEOPLEH. Pleas-
ant, low pressure, tclephono~ work for non-
Cmi bnt lafinl voice a must.
GJRAPH IIC )ESIGNLiR-Growing electronic
'ublishin/raphic design finn in Grand
Rapis, N Iis seeking an entry-levelurpi
desi gner. Position requires Strong pub ation
design skills, keyline experience, and good
cornmunication skills. Macintosh computer
experience is helpful. Send resume, salary
expetatonsand availability datc to Box _%
205-28h .,S.E., Grand Rapids, \11,
490.
11E1 WANTIED: Administrative assistant
nteeded evening hours and weekends. Comn-
puater experience a plus. 663-8656.
I IIRING! Govenment Jobs- your area.
55,000-$68,(X0. Call (602)838-8885. E xt.
1798.
STARTING SUMMER WI'll EMP~TY
POCK I i '5?
D)ON'TI.
PIRGIMI is now hiring students to work that
April on our phone campai ,hn to keep unsafe
radioactive waste out of' \, ichin. 1 lexihI e
eve. hrs. 5.00+/hr. Call Sean 930-1806.

I.1EADING DESIGN/UBUII I).11RMIseeks
quality skilled and unskilled laborers in these.
expan'ding divisions:
LAN DSCAPlE
(' N SIR UC P ION
IRR IGATION
PA INTilNG( W AllCOV IR IN 0
An opportuniity for advancement for mot i-
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'IER'A FRMA, INC.
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MA\CI NTOSlI I{CI INCA I. ASSlST'ANI-
Growing electronic puhlishing finm in Grnd
Rapids, %Il is seeking a perso to assist ii
training consulting, and supporing corporate
clients. dIust have very divere knowkd~c{ of
Miaci niosh hardware and soft ware ..MS-1 S
knowledge is hel pfn. Pl'ease send resume,
description of NMacintosh knowledgec, sala r
cxpectat on s,,ind av ailability date to Box ~
2055-28th St., S.F, Grad Rapids, MI,
49508.
NANNIE;S NEI)I)F
Nloin our NANNY NETWORK of of oer
71X) placed by us in theN otheast- One year
Wor in;g i ilkids in exchange for saa ris Up
to S31iX/wk., room &fiord, air fare & ene-
fits. We offer the BES. I l ()ICES in ~amii-
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Councelor at -175 -9077 for rochure &c a pli -
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& in Octobr 197 WORKING MO'H ER
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Now hiring ADIVRIISI NG ACCOUN'l
6iX1CU'l'l IS for alliWintr ters. I5
hours per'~ week. Pick up job description at
Senior Staff Office of thc Michigan Daily.
Application IDeadl in April .
PART R'' lI ME J 013: hall '88. Maaer needed
for small choc'olate bus. Depndabl e, resprn -
sible, self-motivated. Junior standing. !lands
on operation. 10-15 hrs/wk monngs 4/hr.
996-411 0.
PAR' IM 1: i JOB: Fal '8. Maa per needed
for smallI chocolae bus.lDpendabiec, respo-
sible, self-motivated. J unor standing. Ilands
on operation,. 10-15 hrs./wk mornings. S-Ihr.
996-4(x)0.
PROD)UCT'ION ASSISTIANTl IN.T-SHIIRl
PRINTING S111)1. 7:30 - 4:00 pi, Mon.-
Fri. Adrian Scrccnpiint. 994-1367.
SU.MMER EMP'LOYMIENT1: 3250 for 13
weeks (that's 5250/week.) For more ifo,
comie to our info meeting 'Ihnrs, April 7 in
the MI Union Kuen~el Rm. 10:10, 12:10,
4:10, or 6:10. Posit ions are avail. th roighout
the state in. ILansintg & the suburban Det roi
areas.
SLJMMER JOBS full and par-tie openings
5 10.15 per hr to siar. customer service and
order ta king manaer trainee positions. Car
needed. CanH 968-7038.
SUMOMER JOBS
F:OR TIlE ENVIRONMENT
Make money, make friends make a differ-
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etivironinent from toxic waste while earn ig
SM30 this summner. Will train. Advancenent
opporttities. Call Chris at 668-6683.
SUMMIER RESTAURANTI' 111:ELI'
1VAN''ID. Positions open for waitresses,
waiters, hosts, bartenders busboys. Appfly in
person at Key Largo Restaurant, 12 E.
Walled Lake IDrive, Walled LAke. 669-1441.
SUPERVISOR NEED)ED: Fal '88. So./Jr.
stand. Small chocolate business. IDeliveries,
errands hands otn. 3 rnmnigs/wek. S/hr.
996-4(0i)0.
SUPIERVISOR NF IEIEI: Sp./Suntner '88
for chocolate business. Deliveries errands,
ltatds on operation. S./Jr. stand'. W/lr. N-
I'li,12-5. 990-4090.
'F'E M AR K E'I'NG POSITlION on-cantpusl.
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per hour pi us comtm. Call 973-7766.
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Spr./SUtn. sil. 1122 Iill st. 4 bdns.
Fully fum., park., safe, mticrowave, ish-
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56.00) - SIO.(X) P'ER HIOUR
SUmitter helIp wated inruediately. Eixpe ri -
eitce helpful !nut niot necessary. NMust be erer-
'etic, self-motivated and wllig to earn.
I ext le hours. Will train. Call or Write 100
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822-1234
TflEt STD)ENTIS COUNSELING OFF. is
accettimg applications for spr./su. coordina-
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SC, 609 l1 aven lHall, 11-3 M-[ 763-1553.

U of MI research and adult (level. WVill Pay
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VE:TERINARY RECIIIONIST'-ASSIS-
TlAN'
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(Call 668-14166.
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this Spring and Summer. Register for Project
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on I IiltI at E:. University. Corne over for a visit
or call 764-2547 for more intonttatioit.
WILLOWAY DAY CAMP
is seeking talented, friendly students
living in W. Blmfld, Birm., SM~., &
Farm., for general counseling, WSI
and A&C positions in a fun summer job.
(June 20-Aug. 19). Write: 27580
Harvard, Southfield, MI 48076
Call: 356-8123
FUNDRAISERS NEEDED
Non-profit organization needs
Telemarketers. Must be per-
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afternoon & evening hours.
$5-i11 per hour guaranteed
Call Pat Larkin, 996-2011

comical production, the music of
Sullivan reflects the distinctly
Venetian character of this play's set-
ting. When asked how he felt about
the music and the production as a
whole, Music Director James Nissen
respondled, "All the music is very
good. It's about as basic as a
[Gilbert and Sullivan] grand opera
will get. There are probably more
arias andl tunes to be remembered
from this opera than any other
Gilbert and Sullivan musical."
So for both the music and the
HELP WANTED
PERFECT FOR STUDENTS!
Part time jobs with MAJOR
telemnarketing company working
evenings. S5-$8/hotir. Located 2
BLOCKS from Student Union.
Call 996-8890. Ask for Mr. Rush.
RESEARCH VOL UNTEERS
NEEDED
Healthy male volunteer 18-55 may
quality for medication research studies.
Research volunteers are paid for
participation.
Call Sally McKenna, R.N., 996-7051.
Monday-Thursday, 8 am - 3pm.
PARKE/DAVIS PHARMACEUTICALS
GOING PLACES
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Ok inawa $999, Osaka S).39
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CallI for details, 665-6122.
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vats support. College Cycle Tfours 13 13)7-1
1370.
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RID)ER WANTIED) '1 MSU 4 days weekly.
Call Mike eves. 994-0)36 1 persistently.

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storyline, the University's Gilbert
and Sullivan Society's presentation
of T1he (Gondoliers should not be
misse~d.
Performances of 77lE GONDO-
LIERS will take place at 8 p.m.
April 7, 8, 9, 14, and 16, and at 2
p.m. April 9, 10, 16, & 17. For

further informnation call 763-1085.
On April 15, there will be- a-..
Centennial Celebration at 8:30 p.m..:,
in the lobby of the theatre preceding'-}
the performance at 10 p.m. ThIisI
festive occasion will include cock-
tails, Italian fare, and entertainment;,
by UMGA 55' Pretty Committee.

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FEM. NONSMOKER to share 2 bdr-tt. apt.
Optional owni roomt or double. S pi.-Spt. N ear
CCRB1. Call Sue, Richelle 995-9182. _
FEMALE NON-SMOKING; ROOMIMA'IE
iteeded to share 1 bdrit. apTt. Sept.- Aug,
leaise, Walnut St. - off G(ifdes. Julie 764-
9805.
FEMALE ROOMI Ii needed for skprig-sum-
mtr tentt. I lii ge I bdntt. apt. C.hurch St.,
51 25/mo. Call 930-0764 alter 5._
FElMALE:F ROOMIE .lTO SIHARE DBL. ill 2
bdInn. apt. Call NMomnica 764-3660.
FRI END)LY SON 1 . seeks momn-smoking f'mle.
roonmmtate to share Sept./Se t. bi -level, I
hdnn. apt. Call .Maria, 764-9727._
ROOMA'I'E NEED)ED: non-smnoking, (owit
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roointeCS. Sept .-Sept. 662-7769.
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apt. w/ 3 others at 32:3 Madisoni. 7647-7866.
ROOMMAT'E WANTIED) to share 3 bdnn.
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A/C, microwave, di shwash. IL.aura 930-0609.
WANTlED)! Male roommate to sublet
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REiAL cI lEAP! Call Gene @ 930-0447.

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