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Wednesday, April 23,
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It can cost $3 sometimes more to catch a
glimpse of a band in a Lincoln bar. For that same
price next, UNL students can see the likes of Dave
Brubek, The Old Vic Theatre Company and The
Houston Ballet in the comfort of Kimball Recital
Ron Bowlin, Kimball Hall director, said $3 will buy
UNL students seats in the B section of the balcony
during the 1934-85 Performing Series. Because of
the intimate size of Kimball, those seats offer patrons
an excellent view of the stage, he said.
The Privilege Price as the $3 tickets have been
designated are designed to get more students
involved in the "Kimball experience." Previously,
Bowlin said,, economic considerations may have
kept students away. "There's no way anyone the
" least bit interested could pass this up," he said.
Amy Meilander, Kimball Box Office manager, said
a number of programs were selected for their poten
tial appeal to students. Among those acts are vete
ran jazz artist Dave Brubek, the jazzclassical music
duo of Stoltzman and Douglas, the American Reper
tory performance of The School For Scandal, the
Hubbard Street Dance Company and Ars Musica, a
Baroque Orchestra. "
Dance and theater events tend to be most popular
with students, Meilander said. Posters advertsing
the season have denoted these student appeal
groups with a red dot, she said.
In addition to the $3 price, students are elibigle
for a further discount if they order tickets for four
events. A four-event series costs $10.80, a 15
percent discount. Eight events cost $18, which
amounts to a 25-percent discount.
In addition, Kimball has initiated three-part in
stallment payment plan, Bowlin said. Students can
pay as little as $3.40 down for a series ticket, he said.
The balance will be due in July and August.
The 1934-85 Kimball program is as follows:
Malcom Eilson, Sept. 1. Bilson is a virtuoso of
Trisha Drown Dar.ce Company, Sept. 22.
Brown is an avante-garde innovator of modern
Catharine Crozier, Sept. 27. Organist Crozier
will feature works by Sowerby and Messian. .
The American Repertory Theatre, Sept. 30
through Oct. 2. The company will perform Sheri
dan's VtieSclMol for Scandal Sept. 30 and Oct. 1, and
Mailer's S,anarclle on Oct. 2.
EJv.rrJ Yillzlli rrrJ Dicers, Nov. 2 Villdla will
narrate an exhibition of the late George Ballan
chine's choreography, performed by his premiere
Ccr.is Hzzli Littld Eheba, Nov. 3 William Ingle's
gripping play will be performed by the Missouri Rep
Yo-Yo Ma and Emanuel Ax, Nov. 8 The eello
piano duo will perform an evening of classical
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The Hubbard Ctreet Dance Company will be in Lincoln Feb. 23 tnd 27, 135 m part cf the ll'l-CS
Kimball Performing Art Series
Dave Erubeck Quartet, Nov. 1 1 The legendary
jazz pianist will be joined by Chris Brubeck on trom
bone and bass, Randy Jones on drums and Bill
Smith on clarinet.
The Llasterplayers, Nov. 15 The distinguished
European chamber solists will perform works by
Cimarosa, Mozart, Rossini and Hayden.
Stoltzman and Doclas, Jan. 26, 1935 The duo
mixes classic and jazz music with wit and wizardry.
Stoltzman piays clarinet, while Douglas solos on
piano and bassoon.
St. Louis Symphony, Feb. 5 Dennis Russell
Davies and violinist Salvatore Accordo are the fea
night Mother The Pulitzer Prize-winning play
by Marsha Norman will be presented by American
Ars Musica, Feb. 1 6 The baroque orchestra will
help celebrate Bach's and Handel's 300th birthdays.
Hubbard Ctreet Dance Company, Feb. 26 and 27
The troupe will give two performances combining
elements of ballet, tap and jazz.
ILir.g Lear, March 4 through March 6 Shakes
peare's classic tragedy will be performed by the Old
Vic Theatre Company.
Gisela May, March 8 May is a singer in the
classic cabaret style. Her repertorie includes selec
tions from The Three Penny Opera and Mother
Meredith Monk, March 12 Monk's perfor
mance is described as a melange of music, dance
Dancers, March 19 and 2Q Dancers will give
two performances of contemporary ballet.
The final event for the season is the Houston
Ballet's performance Swan Lake. Performances will
be April 25 and 26 at Pershing Auditorium. Techni
cal considerations caused the change of venue,
To order tickets, one can stop by the Kimball Box
Office in the Westbrook Music Building. Mail orders
are also accepted. The series offer ends October 2.
For more information, call the box office at 472-3375.
Valerie V.Tellintcn will appear at the Zoo Ear
tonight. Fcr details, see Around Town.
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Comedian Mark Russell will present his quart
erly update on the foibles of American politicians at
8 p.m. on Channel 12. Other Nebraska ETV Network
offerings include Bill Moyers' discussion with Ruby
Dee and Ossie Davis on the resistance of segregation
(7 p.m.), and a concert featuring American opera
singers George Bumbry and Shirley Verette, filmed
live at England's Covent Gardens (8:30 p.m.).
Two celebrated European singers, soprano Gab
riela Benachkova and mezzo-soprano Lucia Val-entini-Terrani,
share the spotlight in this week's
Chicago Symphony broadcast. Pieces include Per
golesi's "Stabat Hater," Beethoven's "Symphony No.
4 in b flat" and Webern's "Variations for Orchestra."
The show airs at 8 p.m. on KUCV, 0.9 FM.
The UNL Jazz Ensemble II will be performing
tonight at 8 p.m. in the Recital Hall. There is no
The Elms of James Klein and Julia Reichert will
be shown in the Film Theatre as part of a FilmVideo
Showcase. Growing Up Female and Union Maids
will be shown at 1 and 7:30 p.m. Reichert will be
present at the evening screening to discuss her work
with the audiences. Admission is $3.
Around Town ,
Chicago blues singer Valerie Wellington will
perform at the Zoo Bar, 136 N. 14th St., as part of its
. Blues Week festival. Wellington's latest album,' pic
tured at the left, was recordsd with Magic Slim and
the Teardrops, frequent vi; iters to the Zoo stage.
Cover charge 13 $2. . . t- . .
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Paul Newton will appear at the Centrum, 1 1th
and O streets, during the lunch hour S3 part of the
Come In From the Cold concert scries.
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