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June opens tonight. Tickets are $2.50 for
In Lincoln this weekend:
Friday features the Cabaret
appearance of Elena Cardas in the
Nebraska Union Centennial Room. A
German singer of international
reputation, she delivers a wide range of
songs in sixteen languages. Coffee and
cookies are included in the $2.00
At the Rendezvous, the Johnny Ray
Gomez Revue is putting in an appearance.
From beginning as an accordion virtuoso,
Gomez has steadily built up a very
professional act. It will include Diane
Tageman, on her own for the first time in
Other music in town includes Across
Town, playing at St. George & The
Dragon at 8:30 p.m., Kirk Orr, playing at
the Cattmann's Lounge, and Home
Kookin' at the Red Rose Lounge.
students, $3.00 tor others. Meanwhile,
the Colonnades Dinner Theater continues
its production run of Murray Schisgal's
New movies in town include Martin
Scorese's Alice Doesn't Live here
Anymore, showing at the Cinema 2
(1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30, and 9:30); Pets
at the State Theater (1:30, 3:20, 5:10,
7:05, and 9); Sheila Levine is Dead and
Living in New York, at the Plaza 1 (2,
3:55, 5:50, 7:45, 9:45), and the newest
Walt Disney production, The Strongest
Man in the World, starting today at the
The University Theater production of
Kurt Vonnegut's Happy Birthday, Watvte
AAarriaQG The Women In Film Series continues this weekend with the
presentation of The Model and the Marriage Broker at the Sheldon
in hllrlon Tne 1951 movie is about a wise-crackjing matchmaker (Thelma
III Jl IIVJV-I I jytter) wn0 tries to pair up a likely young couple (Jeanne Crain
f I I and Scott Brady). It was directed by George Cukor.
Cukor's movie examines the rather silly notions of Hollywood
romance and, in the words of series curator Molly Haskell, "the
kiss as love's ultimate consummation and marriage as every
woman's supreme fulfillment."
Showings are at 3, 7 and 9 p.m. this Friday and Saturday in the
Sheldon Gallery Auditorium. Admission is $1 .25.
IF YOU'RE THE FIRST TO FILL IN
YOUR ID NUfTlBER. YOU WIN!
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Today Backstage '.td. is displaying 20 student I.D. numbers that begin
with 506-60- The first two people to match his or her student I.D.
with one of the 20 at Backstage Ltd. win $25 worth of merchandise
If your I.D. matches the first five numbers above, hurry in! You could
be a winner.
P.S. Daily Nebraskan staff members are automatically losers!
Good thru Saturday
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Friday organ concert
to feature electronics
"Black Host", a work for organ, percussion and electronic tape,
will be featured at George Ritchie's organ concert 8 p.m. Friday m
Kimball Recital Hall. ' '
Ritchie, a UNL assistant professor of organ and theory, will be
assisted by Albert Rometo, percussion, on the William Bolcom
Other selections will include two Bach pieces, Buxtehude's
"Passacaglia in D Minor," Cesar Frank's "Choral in A Minor" and a
part of Olivier Messiaen's "Ascension Suite."
Ritchie will present the program later this year in California,
Missouri, Oklahoma and Iowa.
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friday, february 28, 1975
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