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by Tennessee Williams
by Jean flnouiih
byKurtVonnegutJr. by Georg Buechner
FEBRUflRY 28 (TlflRCH 1.3-8 APRIL , 25.26.28-30 fTlay 1-3
LIVE - ON STAGE!
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INDIVIDUAL TICKETS SEASON TICKETS
STUDENTS S2.50 STUDENTS $8.00
GENERAL S3.00 GENERAL $1000
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GROUP RATES AVAILABLE CALL 472-203
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A film Portrait of a woman as Artist
Directed by Robert Snyder
U.S.A. 1973 68 minutes
"On screen, Miss Nin muses on her experiences as a writer, psychoanalysis
with Otto RanK, dreams as blueprints for literature, her methods of editing
the Journal and an experiment with LGD, (which nwio her feel that she was
"Appearing equally delicate and rooust, Miss Nin is impressive as a
survivor-also as a flexible, generous person who has spanned such a range
of decades.-; Slse still makes me nervous when she talks about the vision of
If io artist. Nora Sayrc, The New York 7irr.es
plus a short feature
ANTON CHEKHOV: A WRITER'S LIFE
Narrated by Eli Waffach
September 24, 25, 26, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
Screenings at 3, 7 & 0 p.m. Admission $1.25
Sheldon Art Gallery, 12th & 'R Street
KeTurn lest? viuiwm
Bruce Lee has been gone for over a year now and
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dynamic force behind the Kung Fu craze. Most of the
leftovers have been the few rip-off exploitations that
roiiow naturally in tne wane or a newiounu nioviu yeniK.
Maia hnv(oor w haup n npw I pp film. The Return
of the Dragon, which he not only starred in but also
wrote and directed. Actually tnis movie was snot
covorai vAAf-c: onn pvpn hpfnrp I f's last mnvie and his
only American produced film, Enter the Dragon, which
nu Lincoln over a year ayu.
l ee was destined, before his death, to become one of
filmdoms most popular stars, following in the footsteps
of other machotypes like John Wayne, uiint bastwooc
and Charles Bronson. His body was a coiled, living
weaDon vet beneath it all his acting displayed a shy,
virginal, boyish naivete. Fakery abounds in his films
but the camera tricks are much fewer man in tnose ot
his lesser compatriots.
In one unedited, continuous shot. in this turn, Lee
makes an incredible, split-second leap with his leg,!
kicks out a light fixture hanging from the ceiling and
lands smiling wiiiiout a trace of effort on his face. With
very littla blood in this film, there is something
purgmgly pure in his ballets of violence.
The martial arts imports will never make the critics
look twice, yet they drew ir, a lot of peopie and made
an incredible amount of money. If anybody ever notices
them in passing, it will be because of Bruce Lee.
Lee starred in four movies in his lifetime. This is only
one more than did James Dean, another young actor
who once, for a brief moment in time, grabbed a large
piece of glory and then passed on before we could see
the end of his story. It's the stuff cult figures are made
for Ordinary People Like You...
' EXPLOITING AWARENESS .
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Designed to explore the potential of ordinary people to bo
happier through group participation in verbal and non-verbal
Each course involves six weekly 2'2-hour sessions, and
groups will be limited to 14 individuals.
Sessions begin Oct. 14, 15, 16. and 17, with afternoon and
evening sessions most days. Sessions will.be held at Wesley
House. 640 No, 16th St., Lincoln,
F or Complete Information, Write, Visit, or Cali:
University Extention Division
511 Nebraska Hall
00 i North 17th St.
- I'lncoln. Nebraska 68508
Telephone 472-21 71
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iriond'iy, September 23, 1974
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