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MO N DAY
The Sheltering Sky
See Sunday's entry
Mich Theater. 7:30
TUESDAY
Cries and Whispers
One of Bergman's best. Two sisters travel to a
Swedish manor around 1900 to the deathbed of
their other sister, dying of cancer. Never before
has pain and torment been so effectively visualized.
Sven Nykvist's photography is chilling.
(Ingmar Bergman, 1972)
Mich Theater. 7:00
The Sheltering Sky
See Sunday's entry
Mich Theater. 9:10
W E D N E S D A Y
Cries and Whispers
See Tuesday's entry
Mich Theater. 7:00
. . . . . .
Kameradschaft
French miners trapped in a giant mine on the
French-German border can only be rescued by the
enemy Germans, but human compassion rises above
national boundaries and the Germans do the right
thing.
(G.W. Pabst, 1931)
Oxford House 8:00
The Sheltering Sky
See Sunday's entry
Mich Theater. 9:10
T H U R S D A Y
The Sheltering Sky
See Sunday's entry
Mich Theater. 7:00
The Untouchables
Kevin Costner as Elliot Ness goes on a crusade to
nab Al Capone during the height of the Crime
Boss's prohibition power. Great score by Ennio
Morricone. Also starring Sean Connery.
(Brian DePalma, 1987)
Mich Theater.9:45

involves saxophones.
* S*S
The Blind Pig
(996-8555)
Friday: Scott Morgan Band, rock & roll. Saturday:
Hoop Snakes, R & B. Tuesday: State of
Emergency, rock that will make you evacuate.
Wednesday: Bob Cantu and the Big Deal Band,
blues. Thursday: Tracy Science.
Club Heidelberg
(994-3562)
Friday: Frank Allison and the Odd Sox, rock & roll
with meaningful lyrics. Saturday: Gangster Fun
and Ward, two rock and roll rebel groups.
Thursday: Primal Shells and Etch-A-Sketch, both
rock.
Mainstreet Comedy Showcase
(996-9080)
Friday, Saturday: Lowell Sanders, EMU grad and
rising comedy star.
Nectarine Ballroom
(994-5436)
Saturday: Fred and Patti Smith perform their
first concert in 10 years, also rumored to be the
Nec's last live show. Also a benefit for AIDS
projects in SE Michigan. What more could you ask?
. . * * . .*
Rick's American Cafe.
(996-2747)
Saturday: The Chisel Brothers featuring
Thornetta Davis, funky rock 'n' roll. Monday: The
Weather Vanes, rock. Tuesday: Assembly
Required, tunes in the name of the Dead.
Wednesday: Trinidad Tripoli Steel Band,
Caribbean music that'll have you dancing 'til 2.
Thursday: Bop (harvey), see what all the hype is
and judge for yourself.
. . . . . .*
U-Club
(763-2236)
Wednesday: Laughtrack with "Starsearch-
contestant Geechy Guy.

A Day in the Life of Joe Egg. A couple analyzes
their life in this play about their dealing with a
brain-damaged daughter. Ann Arbor Civic
Thtaater. 8 pm. $6. 662-7282.
The Devil's Disciple. This melodramatic play is
about a situation in the American Revolution.
Residential College, East Quad. 8 pm Friday-
Saturday, 1 pm Sunday. $6-$3. 747-4354.
. * * * . .
FRIDAY
Early Mozart Concert. Ars Musica presents
Mozart's first works, a fortepiano concerto, a '
symphony, and a one-act opera written when he was
but a young prodigy. 662-3976 for more info.
Amazin' Blue. A magnificent co-ed ensemble
presenting popular hits to classical favorites.
Michigan Union Ballroom. 8 pm. $3.
Pelleas and Melisande. A play in which a
bridegroom harbors suspicion about his new bride
and her brother. Trueblood Theater, Frieze
Building. 8 pm Thur-Sat. 2 pm Sun. $9, $5
student. 764-0450.
. . . . . .
A Day in the Life of Joe Egg. A couple analyzes
their life in this play about their dealing with a
brain-damaged daughter. Ann Arbor Civic
Theater. 8 pm. $6. 662-7282.
The Devil's Disciple. This melodramatic play is
about a situation in the American Revolution.
Residential College, East Quad. 8 pm Fri.-Sat., 1
pm Sun. $6-$3. 747-4354.
- . . . . .
Spring Dances. Ten talented local
dancer/choreographers team up for a rite of
spring. Performance Network. 8 pm. $9/$7
student. 663-0681.
Miss Black U-M Pageant. Third annual pageant
based on culture and talent. A benefit for a
scholarhip. Michigan Theater. 7 pm. $7, $5
student. 998-1986.
* - - S *.
Dance Jam. Dance club with no alcohol or smoking.
People Dancing Studio. 10 pm. 747-8199.
S.N.A.G- Sensitive New Age Guy. A monologue
play by Ken Weitzman sponsored by Basement
Arts. Arena Theater in the Frieze Building. 5, 8
pm. Free. 998-1976.
Flying Raptors. Cablevision's "Saving Our
Wildlife- host Walter Crawford, Jr. presents his
work with raptors and other birds of prey. Some,
like a Golden Eagle and a Great Homed Owl, will
make personal appearances. After the evening
show, a chapagne reception will ensue. 1 pm
children's show, $3. 8 pm adult's show, $8.
Benefits HSHV. Michigan Theater. 668-8397.
Sensitive New Age Guy. 5 pm. See Friday.
Croissant Concert. U-M harp students perform a
brunch concert Kerrytown Concert House. 11 am.

. . . . .S *
Spring Dances. See Friday.
Esin Afsar. Yunus Emre, 13th century mystic, is
featured by this charismatic Turkish singer.
Rackham Auditorium. 7 pm. $10, $5 for students.
* . . . . .
Men's Glee Club. With the Notre Dame Men's
Glee Club and The Friars. Hill Aud. 8 pm. $3-$8.
School of Music Power Party. The Power
Center's 20th anniversary is celebrated with
operatic selections form Bach to West Side Story.
Power Center. 8 pm. $12, $5 for students.
' . S * *
An Evening of Dance with Linda Spriggs and
Friends. U-M assistant professor Spriggs
presents stunning, thought-povoking dance.
Additional choreography by Gary Abbot and Vera
Embree. Studio A, U-M Dance Building. 8 pm. $7,
$5 for students. 763-5460.
S U N D A Y
Bach Recital. Joel Hastings performs four organ
works. Moore Hall at the School of Music. 8 pm.
Free. 763-4726.
Contemporary Directions Ensemble. H. Robert
Reynolds directs this group in Lutslawski's "Chain
I" and also works by Bassett and Steiger. Rackham
Lecture. 8 pm.. Free. 764-4726.
- . 5" - .
An Evening of Dance wih Linda Spriggs and
Friends. See Saturday.
Spring Dances. 6:30. See Friday.

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Saturday: Pat Donohue, blues, jazz, and swing
guitarist. Sunday: Kate Clinton, political satirist.
Tuesday: Arcady, new Irish band. Thursday: Peter
Ostroushko.
Bird of Paradise
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Friday, Saturday: Paul Vornhagen Quartet. It

Early Mozart Concert. Ars Musica presents
Mozart's first works, a fortepiano concerto, a
symphony, and a one-act opera written when he was
but a young prodigy. 662-3976 for more info.
Amazin' Blue.A magnificent co-ed ensemble
presenting popular hits to classical favorites.
Michigan Union Ballroom. 8 pm. $3.
Pelleas and Melisande. A play in which a
bridegroom harbors suspicion about hs new bride
and her brother. Trueblood Theater in the Frieze
Building. 8 pm Thur-Sat. 2 pm Sunday. $9, $5
student. 764-0450.

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