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“A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S
DREAM”-opens Thursday, March 13,
plays through Saturday, March 15,
curtain at 8 p.m. Presented by Salem
College Pierrette Players, sponsored by
Salem College, Drama Workshop, Fine
Arts Center. Call 723-7961.
13 through Saturday, March 15, in the
Reynolda Hall Ballroom. Sponsored by
Wake Forest University and Wake
Forest College Union. Production
directed by Dr. Donald H. Wolfe. Call 725-
9711 ext. 265.
“THE MIRICLE WORKER”opens
Friday,March 14. with performances the
15th and 16th, and then the 18th through
the 23rd. Presented by the Little TTieatre,
in the Arts Council Theater, Hanes
Community Center. Curtain at 8:15 p.m.
DANCE FORUM-Saturday, March 15
at 8 p.m., in the Arts Council Orchestra
Room, Hanes Community Center. Gall
NORTH CAROLINA DANCE
THEATRE REPERTORY SEASON-
Starting Wednesday, April 2 through
Sunday, April 13. Sponsored by Friends of
Dance (formerly Qvic Ballet), at the
Arts Council Theater, Hanes Community
Center. Tickets go on sale Monday, March
17 at the Arts Council Theater Box Office.
Call 722-5460, or write: Friends of Dance,
610 Coliseum Drive; Winston-Salem
“THE SCARF” and “GIANNI
April 17 and Friday, April 18 at 8:15 p.m.,
with an open dress on Wednesday, April
16, in the de Mille Theater.
“The Scarf”, composed by Lee Hoiby
in 1958, stage direction by Matilda
Nickle, with set desigri by Deb Hale,
costumes by Michael Foxworthy, and
lights by Michael Wagoner, is based on
the story by Chekov. It is “...very
exciting, dramatic modem theatre,”
according to Adrian Durlester, stage
manager for both operas.
“Gianni Schicchi”, by Giacomo
Pucinni, stage direction by William
Beck, set design by John McKemon,
costumes by Roland Guidry, and lights
again by Mr. Wagoner, is a comedy set in
Florence during the ^naisance.
The NCSA Orchestra will be led by the
masterful baton of Norman Johnson.
Tickets for the one-act operas are
available in room 308 of the main
“CENSORSHIP”-Saturday March 15
at 8:30 a.m. till 10:30 p.m. in the Dale
Gramley Library, Salem College. Call
PUBLIC SCHOOLS ART EXHIBIT-
Saturday March 15 at Salem Fine Arts
Center, Salem College. Exhibition of
work by Winston-Salem and Forsyth
County Students, Showing through April
15. Call 723-7961.
12TH ANNUAL OPEN JURIED
PAINTING AND SCULPTURE SHOW-
Opening March 16 at the Arts Council
Gallery, Hanes Community Center.
Regular hours 9 a.m. through 5 p.m.,
Monday through Friday. Juror-David
Lund, sponsored by Associated Artists of
Winston-Salem. Call 723-9075.
MABLE VAN HOY AND WILLIAM
RAE WALI., JR.-Sunday. March 16,
showing through Friday, March 28, at the
Winston-Salem Convalescent Center.
Sponsored by Altrusa Club. Call 768-2339.
42ND JURIED COMPETITION FOR
PRINTS, DRAWINGS, AND
March 21 through 28 and April 1 through
3, sponsored by the Southeastern Center
for Contemprary Art, 500 South Main
Street. Juror-Brian O’Doherty of New
York, Director of the Visual Arts
Division of the National Endowment for
the Arts, noted author, lecturer and art
critic on NBC’s TODAY show. Call 725-
FIVE PRINTMAKERS PLUS ONE-
Opening reception Sunday March 23 at 3
through 5 p.m.. Art GaUery Originals,
NCNB Ix)wer Plaza, showing through
Friday, April 4. Call 723-9075.
de Mille Opening
Photography by Roland Valentine
Student, Design and Production
Monday, March 10, will last till Friday
March 14, conducted by David Lund of
Columbia University. Sponsored by the
Arts and Crafts Association at Hanes
Community Center. Call 723-7395.
‘Fly South for the Winter”
ADULT FILM SERIES-every Tuesday
evening, presented by the Forsyth
County Public library in the Main
Library Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. ^11727-
BAVARIA OF KING LUDWIG II-
Wednesday March 19 at 8 p.m., Salem
College Fine Arts Center, presented by
World Travel Adventure Films, a full-
color travelog narrated in person by a
Romantic tale of the alrnost legendary
King Ludwig II set against a background
of an Alpine world, including some of the
world’s most beautiful castles, the
Passion Play at Oberammergau, the
residence of Prince Constantine of
Bavaria, and the Bayreuth Festival.
Tickets now on sale in the Arts Council
Office, 610 Coliseum Drive. Call 723-6391.
NCSA FILM SERIES-every Saturday
in Sanford lounge at 9:00 p.m. and every
Sunday at 8:00 p.m. in Crawford Hall.
“The Emigrants”-March 30.
“The Reivers”-April 5 and 6.
“Two on a Guillotine”-April 12 and 13.
“Sleuth”-April 19 and 20.
“Paper Moon”-April 26 and 27.
“Macbeth”-by Roman Polanski, May 3
“Effects of Gamma Rays on Man-in-
the-Moon Marigolds”-May 10 and 11.
“Duck Soup”-with the Marks Brothers,
plus a cartoon. May 17 and 18.
“The Endless Summer” and
“Dumbo”-May 24 and 25.