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ARTS

*The Michigan Daily
Strauss'
Flederma us
hangs stea
BY SHERRILL L. BENNETT
T O listen to the music of Johann Strauss is to be
whisked back in time to a mid-19th century Vienna: a
fanciful watercolor world of sparkling jewels, swirling
dresses, dapper tails and elegant music. Amid this cul-
tural panorama, Strauss produced some of the most en-
during, enchanting dance music ever written. It's no
wonder that he chose to work with a libretto like Die
Fledermaus, which centers around a magnificent
prince's ball. Fledermaus, originally drawn from a
French vaudeville parody on German manners and er-
rors, returns to Ann Arbor via the Comic Opera Guild
this weekend.
The libretto is a special translation that dates back to
the operetta's first Ann Arbor performance by the COG
in 1975. Since then, the translation has been consis-
tently praised by opera companies around the country.
Fledermaus is a caricature of Viennese culture where
faithfulness and infidelity collide, much to the delight of

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Thursday, February 22, 1990

Ceremonies celebrates the arts

Jennifer Hilbish and Scott Jensen are featured as
Prince Orlofsky and Dr. Falke in the Comic Opera Guild
production of Die Fledermaus.
rosy-cheeked pranksters and the dismay of jealous
spouses. The music is whimsical, at times sentimental,
and always charming. Strauss was a gifted melodist who
transformed jumping intervals into lyrical lines.
Ted Heusel, having directed over 150 shows, sits
comfortably in charge. Music director Jon Krueger con-
ducts his second Strauss operetta for the '89-'90 season,
the first being A Night in Venice. These two veterans
are joined by an exceptional cast of Michigan singers to
welcome the return of The Bat.
The Comic Opera Guild performance of DIE FLE-
DERMA US will take place Feb. 22-24 at 8:00PM at
the Michigan Theater with a 2:00 matinee on Satur-
day. Tickets are $7, $10 and $12 (students $1 off).

BY AMI MEHTA
IF big things are said to come in
small packages then Small Cere-
monies, a multi-media production
presented by the Residential
College Players, is one of those
big things.
The actual contents of this
package, however, are somewhat
hard to describe. The production
involves film, acting, music, vo-
cals and choreographed movement
that together showcase original
student poetry. How can all of
these various elements mix? Any-
thing goes in the arts.
The talents of student film-
makers, actors, musicians, tech-
nicians and several Hopwood
award-winning writers are in-
cluded in this all-encompassing
show. LSA junior Eric Peterson,
one of the poets and actors in the
performance, said Small Cere-
monies is a series of small vi-
gnettes focusing on the life of a
protagonist. "Poetry is at the
essence of everything," he said.

For this particular production, it
is the core around which all the
other components revolve. .
Although Small Ceremonies
is an RC production, there are a
fair amount of non-RC students
involved. With RC Players pro-
ducing three shows a year, the re-
tention rate for students partici-
pating from show to show is very
high. New people, however, are
always encouraged. RC Players
was started about 10 years ago by
a group of drama and non-drama
concentrators in the RC. Accord-
ing to member David Hotchkiss -
it was a type of lab for doing the-
ater projects.
Student Heather Hill and
former student Ann-Marie Hub-
bell are the co-directors of this
production, providing two differ-
ent perspectives on the develop-
ment of the show. There is no
real set, just some blocks and a
bit of a wall. "Some of every-
thing," said Peterson. "It makes
audiences step back as well as be-
ing realistic."

If you're still not sure what
Small Cermonies is all about,
fear not. Even Peterson, who is
actually in the show, admits he
was confused at the beginning of
rehearsals almost two months
ago. But everything makes more
sense to him now. "At the very
beginning, we were just reading
the script but now we understand
why we're reading it and what the
poems are about. That's what
makes them so beautiful," he
said.
Small Ceremonies is one of
those shows that needs to be seen
for one to get a true feel for the
different elements that intermix.
It's not a package that can be
ripped open, like a brightly
wrapped present for an eager
child. Rather, it is to be un-
wrapped carefully, revealing bit
by bit its complexity.
SMALL CEREMONIES will
take place Thursday through Sat-
urday at 8 p.m. in the East Quad
auditorium. Student tickets are
$4; others $5.

CLASSIFIED ADS

ANNOUNCEMENTS
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Call for more information on date, time and
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763-4186.
COMPUFAIR '90
February 22-23
Michigan Union Ballroom
and
Pendleton Room
Proceeds to the
American Red Cross
fin ab a
Sponsored by the
Interfraternity Council
I
BACKGROUNDS JOURNAL: Works by
people of color is now accepting poetry, short
stones, essays, artwork andone-ac ayfor
their second issue. Deadline is March 1,
1990. Any questions? Call Curtis (995-
3072) or Darci (764-3973.)

HELP WANTED
*****STUDENT PAINTERS***** Earn at
least $2500-$3500 this summer! Painters and
foremen wanted. Experience helpful, not
necessary, M/F. Positions available in the
followingaareas: Ann Arbor, Milford, Union
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Kalamazoo - 1-800-543-3792" Birmingham -
663-8449; Lansing - 764-7685. FUN IN THE
SUN FOR $$$.
A THLETES
National corp. needs
competitive and articulate
candidates for customer
sales & services.
10-40 hours per week.
$7-$12 starting.
Car needed.
677-2877
ANN ARBOR "Y'S" DAY CAMP Birkett
now accepting applications for camp coun-
selors and swim instructors. Camp runs from
June 18 to Au. 24. A pplyat the Ann Arbor
"Y", 350 S. Fifth Ave. 663-0536. An equal
opportunity employer.
APPOINTMENTS ARE NOW BEING
TAKEN for summer staff interviews at
YMCA Storer camps in Jackson MI. For
more information, call Tammie at7T61-3918.
ASIAN AMERICANS needed for interviews
on video project. Call 996-0425.
BABYSITTER Sought for Saturday nights. 6
and 1 1/2 yr. old. Near Stadium and Packard.
Call Ilan 662-9770.

HELP WANTED

NOW HIRING STUDENTS!
$5.50/hour
Customer service representatives needed for
morning and lunch hour shifts. Apply at any
shop in the Union Mug Eateries & Commons,
or call 763-1222.
OVERSEAS JOBS. $900-2000/mo. Summer,
yr. round. All countries all fields. Free info.
Write IJC, PO Box 51-M101, Corona Del
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RESEARCH VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:
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day- Friday (Sa-3p): Parke-Davis, Corn-
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laundry privileges. Livonia. Need person who
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owns car. 649-0321.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for a well es-
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between 21-40 years of age and a graduate
student or a professional 5'10" or taller we
need you. Donors are aid $50 dollars per ac-
ceptable specimen. or further information,
please call 434-4766.
SERVICES FOR Students with Disabilities is
accepting applications for skilled sign lan-
guage interpreters. Contact Joan E. Smith
STAFF NEEDED FOR resort hotel on
Mackinac Island. Includes front desk, night
audit, dining room, kitchen, housekeeping,
maintenance, grounds, bicycle shop mechan-
ics. Contact Iroquois Hotel/Sch ad, 2803
Central Park N.E. #201, Grand Rapids, MI
49505. (616) 364-1309.
STUDENT PAINTERS IS LOOKING FOR
students to manage their own business this
summer. Earn great money working in your
home town. We need people in most cities
includin Grosse Pointe, armington, Grand
Rapids, Holland Toledo, LivnaPlmuh
etc. Ca 1800433792. vonia, ymouth
SUMMER CAMP JOBS: Positions avail. for
program director, trip leader, and waterfront
staff. Join the staff of Wisconsin's outstand-
ing Jewish resident camp. Excellent salaries
and working conditions. Contact Camp In-
terlochen 6255 North Santa Monica, Mil-
waukee, WI 53217. (414) 964-4444.
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT at Cam pWest-
minster on Higgins lake. Experienced. Police
clearance, high school diploma, state I.D. &
social security card required. Apply to: Camp
Secretary, Westminster Church of Detroit,
17567 Hubbell, Detroit, MI 48235.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED. UM SexualAs-
sault Prevention and Awareness Center is
looking for volunteers to lead workshops on
acquaintance rape prevention or to staffa 24-
hour phone line. Applications available 2/19-
3/16 at our office - 3100 Michigan Union.
For more info. call 763-5865.
YOUR CAREER
What are you doing this summer to prepare
for it? Very selective internship; Great expe-
rience; work out West; avg. $440/wk. Info:
930-2661.

LOST & FOUND
FOUND- PORTFOLIO of photographs at
North Campus bus stop. Call 764-7906"
LOST DOG- Black with white & tan. 4
months old male 30 lbs, name Binger. Purple
bandana with brown leather collar. Call Nick.
769-5867. I miss my buddy!
LOST HANOWA WATCH in the Arb.
Much sentimental value: John 994-1585.
LOST-Februa 19 at Nectarine Ballroom
very old BROWN LEATHER COAT of
great sentimental value- it was my father's.
No questions asked, I just want it back. If you
have it, Please call 663-3706. REWARD.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE: 89' GIANT BOULDER moun-
tain bike- MTN. LX. Comp. incl. helmet,
lock, bottle, shorts. $400 orbo. 665-0771.
TYPEWRITER-Smith Corona Electric. $75
or best offer. 665-3214. Leave message.
AUTOMOTIVE
'86 SUNBIRD. Turbo loaded, A/C, AM/FM
cass, tilt, PW, new tires, muff. $6000. Call or
leave message. Mike 747-9069.
SUBLET
1 RM IN 3 BDRM APT Spr/Sum. Huron
Twrs, park., laun., $225/mo. Julie @996-
0926
2 BDRM APT for sublet. Jun-Au $400.
Suitable for family w/1/2 chldm 764-6428
2 BDRM, BI-LEVEL APT. 3 pople.
GREAT LOCATION! Crnr State &H ill.
May-Aug. Air cond, fum, balcony, dishwshr,
disposal, prkng. Rent neg. Call Jen 769-1890.
:SUBLET: LOW RENT- 2 Bdrm- House-
Util. incl.- Great Loc.- call Now! 930-0072.
CHURCH & OAKLAND Lrge bdrm.
w/ rch in 3 bdrm. house. Laundry, prkg.
inc. Avail. 3/24-6/30. $190/mo. Kurt 761-
8445.
FURNISHED 1 BDRM APT. FOR 1 OR 2.
May-Sept. 7 min. walk to campus. $500 or
best offer. Call Brook 769-1143.
GOING ABROAD FALL TERM? Come
home in winter to share a one bdrm. apart-
ment with a great roomie. Female only. Great
location; heat and H20paid- call Michelle at
662-6413-evenings & wkenas.
HELP! I NEED HOUSING for Fall term
only. I will be graduating in Dec. Please call
ASAP Alexis, 994-3706.
MAY-AUG. 2 bdrm, spacious, clean apt. in
house w/ porch & yard. Really nice. Close to
Med. School & campus. 995- 2864.
SINGLE ROOM for female in Baits. $250/
month. Call Beatriz 763-8374.
SP./SUMMER SUBLET 2 bdrm. apt. Close
to central campus. Parking, balcony, dish-
washer, air cond., bi-level. 663-4226.
SP/SUM SUBLET. Newly renov. apt. 3
bdrm,kitchen, laun next to CCRB & store.
Reasonable $. Call Max after 7 994-6653.
SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET 1223 Hill,
spacious 1 bedroom, comer of Hill & S. For-
est. Laundry, rent negotiable. 663-4533.
WANT TO SUBLET Sept.-Dec. 2 bedroom
apt. A family with one child. 764-6428.
WILLOWTREE- Lg. 2-Bdrm. Fully fur-
nished. Pool, tennis courts, B-ball. N. Cam-
us. Very accessible. Price neg. Avail. May
1. Call 663-0567...Hurry.

GOING PLACES
$118 ANYWHERE IN THE USA ON
NORTHWEST airlines! Bring your NWA
voucher and AMEX card. Cal EGENCY
TRAVEL, 665-6122, ask for Ann or David.
DAYTONA BEACH SPRING BREAK
Thunderbird Motel (right on the beach),
$129(without bus), $214 (with bus).
Contact Steve at 930-6547.
EUROPE SPECIALS: Amsterdam fr.
$449;Frankfurt fr. $449; Glasgow fr. $469-
London fr. $379; Paris fr. $469. International
Student/Faculty cards $10. Regency Travel
665-6122. Ask for Dan or Deb.
FLORIDA KEYS CONDO. March 24 to 31,
$450. Call 663-0548.
FOR YOUR LOWEST OVERSEAS AIR-
FARES ask for Student Travel Network,
800-36 -1929.
ORIENT SPECIALS: Bangkok fr. $967'
Hon ongfr. $887; Osaka fr. $919; Seoul
fr. $0: Singapore fr. $999- Taipei fr. $845.
REGENrCY TRAVEL 66S-61 22.Ask for
Dan or Deb.
PLANE TICKET. Detroit to Newark. May 9.
Best offer. Call Liz 930-0971.
RIDE IN STYLE & PAY LESS than the De-
troit Airport commuter van for groups of 3-7.
$40 ea. way - door to door Inmo. Regency
Travel 665-6122. Ask for Vivian or David.
SPRING BREAK GET-AWAY! Traverse
City area. Log cabin lodging. Cute. Cozy
Romantic. Outdoor hot tub option. $38-58
nightly. (616) 276-9502.
STUDENT TRAVEL BREAKS at STAMOS
TRAVEL
For best European/Greece airfares. We're at
Kerrytown Mall. Call us *663-4400.
MUSICAL MDSE,
STEREOS, ETC.

GREEK GAB
CONGRATULATIONS ALPHA .Xi
DELTA, Alpha Epsilon Chapter on 70 won-
derful years. Founder's day 1920-1990.
GREEK SOCIAL CHAIRS:
Take advantage of our spring specials!
Great Formal Ideas plus lots more!
The Cloz Co. Call Jon 994-4045.
PI KAPPS AND CHI PSI
Get Psyched for our first and your best Greek
Week ever! Love; Delta Zeta!
PERSONAL
" * * ATTENTION: Supreme Course Tran-
scripts, the LS&A lecture notetaking servi&,
has the following notes avail. at Alpha-
graphics Printshops at 715 N. Univ.: Anthro1,Bi10,io24Bo35,CasAc
,Bo , Bio s224, Bo 325 ClassArch
222, Comm 103, Econ 201,;Econ 202, Econ
396, Econ - 401, Geol 100, Geol 101, Geol
106, Geol 107, Geol 110 Geol 112, Geol
113, Geol 115, Geol 125, ijst 110, Hist 160;
Hist 161, Hist 333, Hist 366, His't Art 272;
Physics 125, Physics 126, Physics ?40,
Physics 240, Physiol 101, Poli Sci 140, Polk,
Sci 353, Poli Sci 396 Psych 170, Psych 111T
Psych 331, Soc 467, oc 468. Call 663-681
for info.
ARE YOU GAY OR LESBIAN or think you
might be? Unhappy & struggling fo. aWay
out? There is help! Write: Hp (O)treach,
PO Box 4061, AA, 48106. Confidential.
DAYTONA! Last sign up & fullpaymen
this Friday. Oceanfront hotel. $T19 wbus,
$134 w/o. Call Rannie at 994-4678.
DIAL A JEWISH STORY. Another project ;
of the Chabad House. Call 995-5959.
LIGHT.-AND BRIGHT. Eye make-up from,
the Village Apothe-cary. 1112 S..University.
ROOMMATES
FEMALE HOUSEMATE WANTED. 812
month lease for singeingreat house 3 mm-
utes from Diag. Call 665-9436.
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED to share
one bdnn. apt. Thayer St. off Huron. 990-
9/91. $250/person. Call Jenny, 764-8602.' '
WANTED--FUN VIBRANT ROOMIESL-
808 Oakland Apt. 201. 1 Modem bedrodnt
for 2, $285 each. Includes heat & water A/C,
parking. Call 930-1897 or 994-397§._xr
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Liberty. 665-8001. Repairs, authorized
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CAMP COUNSELORS M/F Outstanding
slim-down camps: tennis, dance, slimnastics,
WSI, athletics, nutrition/dietetics. Age 20+,
7 weeks. Camp Camelot on Univ. Cam-
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COUNSELORS: CAMP WAYNE, co-ed
children's camp, Northeastern Pennsylvania.
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growth! Specialty counselors needed for:
Tennis, Swim, Ski, Sail, Basketball, Volley-
ball, Softball, Soccer Gymnastics, Aerobics,
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Batik, Sculpture, Ceramics, Painting, Print-
making, Photography, Drama, Piano, .Group
Leaders(20+), General, R.N's, Nurses
Aides(+, Bookkeeper, Drivers(21+).
Many other positions. On Campus inter-
views Thurs a , March 15 (Summer Job
Fair) f0-4pm, Union or call 516-889-3217.
EARN $300 TO $500 PER week reading
books at home. Call 615-473-7440 ext. 587.
FRENCH TUTOR NEEDED. Must have
good grammar spelling skills, & must have
taken & passW at least rench 362. Will pay
well!!! CallDebby 930-2826.
GARDENING Help wanted. Call with refer-
ences. 663-9338.
I NEED SUCCESSFUL, DEDICATED
STUDENTS to run their own franchise this
summer. Earn an average of $7500 and gain
invaluable business experience. Call 1-800-
543-3792.

TICKETS
DESPERATELY SEEKING: 3 basketball
tickets for Feb. 24. Call immediately 995-
0331. Ask for Jennifer.
STUCK WITH BILLY JOEL TIX? 2-4
wanted if the price is right. Jeff 4-9782.
FOR SALE-Round trp to Tam pa-Leave Mar.
3-Return Mar. 11. $244-Paul 769-6570.
1 TKT. TO FORT LAUDERDALE Sring
Break. 3/2-3/9. $150/Best offer. 747-81 .
TWO ROUNDTRIP TICKETS - Anywhere
Pan Am flies in U.S. or Carribean, you pick
the dates, $500/both. 771-8538.
2 HOT TICKETS TO FLA- $150 each- can
be sold sep. or tog. 747-6066.
2 ROUNDTRIP TKS. TO Ft. Meyers, FL.
Mar 1 pm- Mar. 4 pm. $198 Ea. Call 561-
0596.
4 SALE-2 Air tickets, Detroit-NYC
"Laguardia" 1-way Mon. March 5. $100
Each. Dave '18-693-4719 Evenings.
BILLY JOEL TICKETS FOR SALECall
661-2298
ROUNDTRIP DETROIT - L.A. Mar. 1-8
$250.00 in girl's name. Call 662-4418.
NEED 4 TICKETS FOR Northwestern game.
Please, for birthday. Call Frances: 9964160
or 764-0350.
FOR SALE: Northwest roundtrip ticket. Best
offer. Call 764-2810. Leave mssg.
2 TICKETS TO FLORIDA $300/pair - neg
Last minute Spring Breakers! g764-99.
BILLY JOEL TICKETS for sale - Feb 22,
Main F -21st row. Best offer, 995-4054

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