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Page 8 --The Michigan Daily - Friday, March 8. 1991

WITH THE OPENING UP OF EASTERN EUROPE AND THE IMMINENCE OF THE SINGLE
EUROPEAN MARKET IN 1992, THERE HAS NEVER BEEN A BETTER TIME TO STUDY FOR
AN MBA IN EUROPE.
MANCHESTER BUSINESS SCHOOL was the first British institution to offer an MBA.
The two-year course is renowned as one of the best in Europe, its graduates reaching the
highest managerial positions all over the world. Students from over 25 different countries
are attracted by the School's reputation for a practical, project-based approach and an
emphasis on international business.
"The Manchester MBA Programme is outstanding"
FORD OF EUROPE
"In the first rank internationally"
THE ECONOMIST
Surveys show that, on average, Manchester MBA graduates command salaries more
than double their pervious earnings.
So if you want to advance your management career, make a move to Manchester.
Applications for entry are now being accepted for October 1991.
For full details ring our 24 hour brochure ordering service on England 61-275 6489
or contact: The Admissions Officer, MBA Office, Manchester Business School,
Booth Street West, Manchester M156PB.
Telephone: England 61-275 6311. Fax: England 61-273 7732.
MANCHESTER BUSINESS SCHOOL
Excellence Through Experience

Actors and singers are needed for
the Mosaic Theater Project's pro-
duction of "Soul Stretch," consisting
of a one-act play and a performance
piece emphasizing music. All ranges
of vocalists are needed, and the play
call for four African American male
parts and one white male part. Audi-
tions are this Saturday at 12 noon.
For location and more information
call 662-5660.
The Ann Arbor Civic Theater
(AACT) and Washtenaw Commu-
nity College (WCC) are sponsoring
a number of classes for actors and
others interested in theater.
March 16: a series of four classes
in "Scene Painting" starts, taught by
U of M instructor Susan Crabtree.
May 18: "Tumbling and Mock
Fighting," a movement class for ac-
tors that includes techniques for
stage tripping, falling, fist fighting
and sword fighting will be taught by
David Hoornstra.
May 25: "Directing-Beginning,"
emphasizing task organization,
working with crews, planning re-
another top ten album.
But despite this personal gripe
with Fassie's attempts at social con-
sciousness, her lyrics actually re-
main painfully simplistic on all
turns. Fassie's songs about social re-
lationships, "Stay Away (From My
Man)"and "Don't Follow Me I'm
Married," are only made so much
more platitudinous by the painfully
subdued soul in her voice, almost

hearsal schedules and working effec-
tively with show participants, will
be taught by AACT director Jar
Keongeter.
June 2: "Directing-Advanced,"
will concentrate on the same topics
as the beginning class but for ad-
vanced students, and is also taught
by Keongeter.
All classes are taught at the Ann,,
Arbor Civic Theater, 1035 S. Main.
For general information and registr-
tion call the WCC at 973-3616 q
677-5027, and for course content call
the AACT at 652-9405.
The Croswell Opera House in
Adrian will be holding auditions for
the summer productions of",
"Anything Goes," "Into the Woods"
and "The King and I" on March 23
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. A prepared
ballad and an up-tempo number is
requested. An accompanist will be
provided. Dress comfortably if inter-
ested in auditioning for a dance part.
For more information contact Robert
Soller at (517) 263-5674.
like Madonna might sound after go-
ing down on Mutabaruka. The
equally legitimized Afro-grooves of
Fassie's music reek of the same
mindset that plagued Selif Keita's
Ko-Yan, among others. Could it be
that big game hunters like Peter
Gabriel are doing it better than the
much-hailed originals?

Brenda Fassie strikes a pose and sings songs like "Don't Follow Me I'm
Married."

Welcome Students
- 6 Barber Stylists
- For Men & Women
- To please you
- No waiting
Dascola Stylists
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