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The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 24, 2003 - 7A

TV DISH
NEWS FROM THE TUBE

Belgian violinist strings Rackham

By Julie Sills
Daily Arts Writer

More Cox - As the hit show
"Friends" gradually approaches its TV
departure, its stars are searching for
ways to preserve their spot in the lime-
light. Courtney Cox Arquette's new
design series, "Mix It Up," premiered
this week on the Women's Entertain-
ment Channel. The show features
young couples and roommates strug-
gling to mesh two very different,
design styles into one bearable living
environment. The idea stems from
Arquette's own design woe experi-
ences after moving in with husband
David Arquette.
The Show Must Go On -
According to ABC, the hit comedy "8
Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage
Daughter" will return to production
following the untimely death of John
Ritter, the show's main character. The
first episode post Ritter, entitled'
"Goodbye," will air Nov. 4th, and will
focus on the family dealing with the
death of John's on screen character.
Details of the show's story haven't
been revealed, but TV veteran James
Garner will join the cast as Cate's
father, who comes to live with the
family to help his daughter
and grandchildren. Suzanne:
Pleshette will also appear!
as Garner's estranged wife
in the first episode.
NBC Lowers The
"Boom" - Critical f
acclaim apparently isn't
enough for NBC's soph-
omore drama "Boomtown"
as it was yanked unexpectedly from its
Friday timeslot. The Futon Critic,
reports that the show is indefinitely on
hiatus. "Boomtown" was already seen

as problematic to NBC as the network
had previously halted the production
in the middle of a planned two-part
story arch for sweeps. How NBC can
renew such a promising show and
treat it so horribly in its second year is
completely inexcusable and hopefully
the series manages to see the light of
day again.

Courtesy of Sony PicturesTelevision
I think it's a lemur.

Stressed out by midterms and the reality that winter is
just around the corner? Need a chance to sit back, relax
and be carried off into a different world? This Sunday
evening at 6 p.m. in the Rackham Auditorium is your
chance. Float away into romantic violin and piano
melodies by esteemed Siberian-born violinist Vadim
Repin and his close friend and piano accompanist,
Alexander Korsantia. Making their Ann Arbor debut as
well as playing together for the first time in a full
recital, this performance will be bursting with new and
exciting energy. Vadim's passionate strokes and Korsan-
tia's impeccable skills will be the perfect remedy to
clear anyone's mind and soul.
Repin began playing the violin in 1976, "at exactly

11:30 p.m. on PBS, viewers will have
Whatcha Talkin' 'Bout WB? - If to wait until after the November
the washed out has-beens of the first sweeps period to see the American
season of "Surreal Life" were not version again. The outlook does not
enough, The Hollywood Reporter seem good, but there is a chance that
announcr ' that the WB is about to "Coupling" could return. Until then, it
bring back more starving out-of-work stays in NBC's sitcom purgatory next
nobodies. The embarrassment for the: to "Emeril" and "Jesse."
network and the D-list celebrities will
continue with Gary Coleman, fresh off Would You Like To Buy A Law-
his gubernatorial campaign, headlin- suit? - Pat Sajak spun the wheel
ing a cast of losers and playing the and lost. Last week Will Wright, who
part of the '80s sitcom midget. won $48,000 in 2000, sued Vanna
Rounding out the cast of "stars" is White's sidekick for $2 million,
Vanilla Ice, Erik Estrada, porn star according to Zap2it.com. Allegedly
Ron Jeremy, Tammy Faye (formerly Sajak jumped into Wright's arms
Baker) and Trichelle of the "Real while wrapping his legs around him.
World: Las Vegas."The announcement Wright claims the display, which
of "Surreal Life 2" serves as further wasn't aired, caused a herniated disk
proof to the destruction of American and resulted in back surgery. Sony
popular culture. isn't commenting on the suit.

Courtesy of UMS
Do you know
what this Is?
It's the
world's
smallest
violin,
playing just
for the
waitresses.

five years and one day, one side by
chance and one side by natural
forces," he reminisced. Always ask-
ing his mother to buy him musical
toys, she went to the local music
school where the violin was the only
available instrument to rent. Bringing
it home, she found Vadim immediate-
ly hooked. After one week, the little

Vadim Repin
Sunday at 6 p.m.
Tickets $18-$24
At Rackham
Auditorium

Cc

More -
to "Cou-
y new sit-

com has become or
the first shows yai
from the schedule thi
son, before some o

ne of

You Don't Have To Pay For "Sex"
- Fans of "Sex and The City" too
poor to pay for HBO over the past five
seasons will finally be able to catch up
on the promiscuous lives of their four
favorite Manhattanites. According to
MSN news, TBS will host Carrie and
her friends next year after the episodes
are edited and shortened to allow for
commercial interruptions. But will the
Emmy award-winning show be as
popular without all the sex?
-Compiled by the Daily TV Staff

boy loved his new toy, and by the age of 17 he had
already performed in New York, Munich, Berlin and
London. In 1988, winning the Reine Elizabeth, the
most prestigious and demanding violin competition in
the world, Repin gained Belgian citizenship and his
international career took off.
Since then he has performed with major symphonies
all over the world, including the Boston Symphony, the
Orchestre de Paris and the San Francisco Symphony.
Reflecting on his career's rapid and incredible growth,
Repin said, "I have always loved playing music, I was
constantly performing from the time I was little and I
never thought how my career would go, I just hope to

keep playing, keep getting better and see what happens."
Repin and Korsantia's repertoire this Sunday consists
of four classical pieces: Mozart, "Sonata in e minor;"
Prokofiev, "Sonata No. 2 in D Major;" Ysaye, "Sonata
No. 3 in d minor" and R. Strauss,' "Sonata in E-flat
Major." The Prokofiev "Sonata," celebrating St. Peters-
burg, is known as the dance for the flute, and with
Repin's magical fingers one can easily "imagine brilliant
shining colors, especially with the spice added to the
music by the violin," Repin revealed. Viewing the Strauss
piece as the main statement of the program, he said, "It is
one of the most challenging pieces for anyone to play and
equally difficult for the piano and the violin. It is wonder-
ful for my debut for my first time in Michigan ... it's very
colorful and emotional."
Instead of worrying about the future, this endearing
young artist with a great outlook on life just likes to
focus on improving and loving every minute of perform-
ing in venues all over the world. Driven by the chance to
be on stage, Repin gets great joy out of watching his
diverse audiences' reactions to his music, and this Sun-
day he is sure to look out into the crowd and see smiles
of awe and ecstasy across everyone's faces.

have even begun airing.
Hailed as NBC's heir to
~' "Friends," "Coupling" was
not a ratings gold mine as hoped. It
has now been replaced with reruns of
"Whoopi." While the superior British
version continues to air Sundays at

DAILY Arm SAYS, "LIGWHTNING NEVER STRIKES TWICE ...
UNLESS YOU'RE PLAYING JESUS IN A MEL GIBsoN MOVIE."

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