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The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 22, 1991 - Page 7

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Tonight marks the Ann Arbor
Premiere of Hydrogen Jukebox, the
collaboration between composer
ilip Glass and poet Allen Gins-
-rg. Inserting your ticket into the
Jukebox gets you 21 Ginsberg
poems set to Glass's music, six op-
eratic singers (including one Uni-
versity alumnus, an interview with
whom will appear in tomorrow's
Daily), the challenging choreogra-
phy of Ann Carlson and the visuals
of Jerome Sirlin. This non-narrative
opera was praised by the Washing-
, n Post, which called Hydrogen
ukebox "a fully focused, deeply
communicative and artistically inte-
grated work... not only a landmark
in the artistic development of
Philip Glass, it is inventive and
stimulating theater." The perfor-
mances begin at 8 p.m. both tonight

and tomorrow night at the inventive
and stimulating Michigan Theater.
Tickets (regularly $29.50, $27.50
for Theater members, and $15.00 for
student rush tickets) are available at
the Michigan Theater box office.

Continued from page 5
out against our government's po-
licies, the resulting backlash from
the establishment, alongside sys-
tematic persecution on charges of
conspiracy, quickly put an end to
Robeson's career.
Could the rapper who brags, "So

what they gonna do, go and ban the
AK/ My shit wasn't registered any-
fuckin-way," and tells a mixed
audience of Black and white, "I
know Uncle Sam is a muthafuckin
rapist," entail such reprisals from
our government and the establish-
ment? Well, he's still comin
"straight from the underground,"
and there's no telling what's next.

TUROW
Continued from page 5
city and using a computer to or-
ganize his thoughts into the ne-
cessary structure of a novel. Re-
cently, he has been at work on two
different literary projects. The first
is a comic novel and the second, a
larger, more "serious" work which
he privately refers to as his Moby
Dick. That book's immediate future,
however, seems uncertain.
"Norman Mailer, in a line I've
always liked, said the problem with
being a novelist is that you're likely
to wake up one morning and realize

you made a mistake six months ago.
And that's sort of what happened to
me when I hit a snag with that
book," Turow says.
Snag or no snag, it is hard to
imagine Scott Turow at rest for
very long. As he says goodbye to me
and hello to the clients who have
been waiting for him, he transforms
from writer to lawyer with the ease
of somebody who has done it a thou-
sand times before and has accepted
both roles wholeheartedly.
SCOTT TUROW will be reading
from one of his two novels-in-
progress tonight at 8 p.m. in Rack-
ham Auditorium. Admission is free.

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Continued from page 5
lot as a composer," says Averbach.
"If he wasn't a good composer, they
wouldn't want to stage his operas at
La Scala in Milan, or the Bolshoi in
Moscow."
The excerpts to be performed are
"Exorcism and Dance of Pagkne"
and "Midnight Dance of the
Witches and the Evil Ghosts of the

Forest." As you might guess from
these titles, the music was origi-
nally chosen for the annual
Halloween concert. "With Eastern
Europe opening up," says Meier, "I
felt it was appropriate to program
it." And after all, Halloween isn't
too far off.
THE UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA performs tonight at 8
p.m. in Hill Auditorium. Admission
is free.

Glass

WANTED:
FUNKY/JAZZY/REGGAE BAND
FOR:
GIRBAUD FASHION SHOW
WHEN & WHERE:
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER, 13
12:00 NOON
DIAG
REWARD:
$$$$ LOTS O' MONEY $$$$
AND
FREE JEANS!!!
HOW:
DROP OFF DEMO TAPE
AT UAC OFFICE
(2ND FLOOR UNION)
BY MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1991!!!!
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Joel Zimmer
and student comedians
Chris Curtis
Joe Mancuso
Vik Taneja

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