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Dining and
Drinking

Sunday: June Tabor, folk vocalist Tuesday: Vinx,
Sing's pop buddy. Wednesday: Open Stage, you
perform. Thursday: Just Friends, local folk.
. . .. ..*
Bird of Paradise
(662-8310)
Friday-Saturday: Bill Heid Trio, local jazz. Sunday:
PaulnFmkbinder and Friends, Session night, no
cover. Monday: Bird of Paradise Orchestra, big
band. Tuesday: Paul Keller and Company, jazz
Wednesday-Thursday: FionaDuncan with the Ron
Brooks Trio, jazz.
Blind Pig
(996-8555)
Friday: Sun Messengers, reggae. Saturday: Monks
of Doom, former members of Camper Van
Beethoven. Sunday: Voodoo Love Party with DJ
Jeffre L, spinning alternative and progressive
music. Monday: Gary Detlef's Bad Attitude Arts
Ensemble, blues jams. Tuesday: The ChaneClub,
gay entertainment. Wednesday: Ellen James
Society, Atlanta rock. Thursday: Assembly
Required, Dead covers.
* . . . . .
Club Heidelberg
(994-3562)
Friday: Capt. Dave and the Psychedelic Lounge
Cats with Drink Me, local lounge with acoustic
weird duo. Tuesday: Des Damen, alternative.
- * e" . * *
Del Rio
(761-2530)
Sunday: Chris Kase Quartet, jazz.
The Earle
(994-0211)
Friday-Saturday: Rick Burgess Trio, jazz. Monday:
Rick Burgess, jazz piano. Tuesday: Rick Roe, jazz
piano. Wednesday: Harvey Reed, jazz. Thursday:
Rick Burgess, jazz piano.
" " " " .
Mainstreet Comedy Showcase
(996-9080)
Friday-Saturday: Jeff Stilson, stock broker
tumed comedian. Tuesday: Showcase Night.
Wednesday-Thursday: Best of the Midwest.
- - - ' - .
Rick's American Cafe
(996-2747)
Friday: Big Dave and the Ultrasonics, blues.
Saturday: bop(harvey), world beat. Sunday: DJ,
spins oldies. Monday: Wishing Field, rock and roll.
Tuesday: The Difference, college rock. Wednesday:
The Attic, classic rock. Thursday: Trinidad Tripoli
Steel Band, reggae.
*.* . . . *
University Club
(763-5750)
Friday: DJ the Meistro, spinning Eurobeat and new
Hip Hop. Saturday: Live band. Wednesday: Eric
Champnel, Laughtracks. Thursday: DJ P.M.S.
Productions, House music.

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SATURDAY
The Noneal Sympony Orhetra and
Mtlslav Rostropovicti. The Orchestra of the
United States Capital will perform pieces by
Rossin, Schumann and Beethoven. Hi Aud., 8 p.m.,
$18$45. 764-2538 or 763-TKTS
. . . .. .
70, OGI, 70. See Friday.
Kuru. See Friday.
The Lesson.See Friday.
The Broken Pltcher. see Friday
SUNDAY
Ekaterina Maxmova and Vladmir Vasilev -
Stars of the Bolshol Ballet and Company.
These extraordinary stars perform two full-length
ballets, Tchaikovsky's 'Suite Nostalgique" at 2
p.m. and original Spanish tangos, 'Tango,
Fragments for a Life' at 8 p.m. Power Center.
764-2538
. . . . . .
Luciano Pavarott. World renown opera star
opens the Michigan Opera Theater's 1991-92
season. 4 p.m. Joe Louis Arena, Detroit
. . . . . .
Autumn Festival of Choirs. Hill Aud., 4 p.m.
. . . . . .
Michigan Chamber Players Recital. University
School of Music faculty will perform music of turn
of the century composers, Camille Saint-Sans,
Arthur Foote and Gabriel Faur. School of Music
recital hall. 8 p.m., free.
31st Annual Conference on Organ Music.
Recitals, lectures and workshops with special
emphasis on the music of Jehan Alain. School of
Music. Free. 764-1591
70,Grls,70. See Friday. 2p.m.
Kuru. See Friday. 2 p.m., 7 p.m.
. . . . . .
The Broken Pitcher. See Friday. 2pm.
MONDAY
31st Annual Conference on Organ Musk. See
Sunday.
Octubafest. Student Recital. Recital Hall, School
of Music, 8 p.m.
TUESDAY
Guarneri String Quartet and violinist Ida
Kavafian. The longest surviving quartet in the
U.S. returns for their 25th Ann Arbor
performance with music from Mozart, Bartk, and
Dvorik. 764-2538 or 763-TKTS.
. . . . . .
Mr. Bones. Forget Pavarotti, this musical maniac
makes music using bones as instruments. University
Hospital, 2 p.m. 936-ARTS
31st Annual Conference on Organ Music. See
Sunday.
WEDNESDAY
Michelle Shocked. This rocker from Texas
doesn't compromise her folk-rock roots nor her
attitude. Power Center, 7:30 p.m., $17.50 in
advance at TicketMaster.
. . . . . .
31st Annual Conference on Organ Music. See
Sunday.
. . . . .
The Man Who Came To Dinner. Ann Arbor
Civic Theatre presents the tried and true comedy
about the Stanley Family dealing with the over-
extended visit by a crotchety old gentleman. 8pm,
Michigan theater,$12-$15; 6627282.
THURSDAY
The Chinese Magic Revue. Abracadabral Come
see some magnificent magic before it disappears.
Power.Center, 7 p.m.
. . . .
The Broken Pitcher. A courtroom comedy erupts
around the delegation over a broken pitcher. Will
the scales of justice ever find a true measure?
University Productions, Trueblood Theatre, 8p.m.,
$9, $6 student with ID. 765-0450
. . . . * .*
Les Ballets Africains of Gunea. With new cast
and production, the 35-member company will
convey exciting movement and vivid imagery of
their culture. Power Center, 7 p.m. 764-2538 or
763-TKTS
* . * * *

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The Man Who Came To Dinner. Ann Arbor
Civic Theatre presents the tried and true comedy
about the Stanley Family dealing with the over-
extended visit by a crotchety old gentleman. 8pm,
Michigan theater,$1 2-$15; 662-7282.
CoMMpny.U-M Musical Theatre Program
presents Stephen Sondheim's musical about the
rocky institution of marriage. 8pm, Lydia

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Mendelssohn Theare,Michigan League,$12,$9,$6
stu wlD; 764-0450.
" . . . . .
Don Don, or The FIst Burnng. Performance
Network presents a production by the Prospero
Theatre Co. Don Juan and Din Quixote meet up in a
literary afterworld. 8pm, Performance
Network,$9,$7 stu/sen; 6630681.
" - * - - *
Kutu. see Friday.

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FRIDAY
Turn of the Century in Vienna. In conjunction
with the Schiele and Klimt exhibit, violinist Ann
Elliot-Goldschmid, mezzo-soprano Karen Lykes and
pianist Dady Mehta will perform pieces by
Zemlinsky, Beethoven and annacone. Museum of
Art. 8 p.m. $10 or $5 for students. 747-0521
. . . . . .*
70, Girls, 70. A group of feisty seniors heist furs
to fix up the run-down hotel they call home and take
in aging homeless people. A Musical featuring a
cast of mostly senior citizens. The Performance
Network, 408 W.Washington, 8 p.m., $9, $7
sen./stu. 663-0681
Kuru. Love, laughter and communicable disease in
the jungle. The Purple Rose Theatre Co. 137 Park
St, Chelsea, 8 p.m., $17. 475-7902
. . . *. . e
The Lesson. Basement Arts presents Eugene
lonesco's existentialistic play. The Arena Theatre,
Basement of the Freize building, 5 p.m., free.
. . . . . .
The Broken Pitcher. A courtroom comedy erupts
around the delegation over a broken pitcher. Will
the scales of justice ever find a true measure?
University Productions, Trueblood Theatre, 8p.m.,
$9, $6 student with ID. 765-0450

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