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The National Theatre of the Deaf will appear here this Tickets for the performance are $2.25 and $1.75 at the
Thursday night at eight o'clock in Memorial Hall. They are Union,
seen above in an emotionally tense scene from "Journeys.
names plans new peblicatioes
Attempts to scale Parnassus and
assorted other literary efforts are
.underway once again. According to Kip
.Ward, editor of "Sumus," a literary
magazine, the fall artistic offensive was
singularly successful. He said the first
issue of "Sum us' got a "really nice
response.' The December, 1970 "sumus"
was carried in 75 bookstores around the
country. In that issue, 13 different artists
from the Chapel Hill area were
The spring issue is scheduled to appear
in April. Poetry by Christopher
Brookhouse, who authored "Scattered
Light" (poems) and "Running Out,'
; novel acclaimed by British novelist-critic
; Anthony Burgess, is featured in the
' second issue.
"Sumus" in the spring will also offer
the photography of Christopher Casler
and John Richard Geray. Art work by
Lynn Goodpasture will embellish the
In addition to the magazine itself, two
"Sumus" pamphlets are planned for the
spring. The first pamphlet, which will be
out in about two weeks, will assimilate
the first collection of poetry from the
Advanced Creative Writing Class last
semester. The collection will be entitled
"In Paint Brush Canyon." Besides the
poetry, "In Paint Brush Canyon" will
have graphics by Lynn Goodpasture and
photos by Christopher Jones. Lynn
Goodpasture, along with May Carter, is
responsible for the art appearing in
The second pamphlet will be published
toward the end of April. The work of
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local poet Timothy Daughtry who is a
UNC student, will be represented. Among
other things, Tim Daughtry ran for
student body president last spring,
mounting a unique, highly literate and
humorous campaign. Politics aside,
Daughtry is an accomplished,
oft-published poet. His work has
appeared in "Carolina Quarterly,' "Arx"
"Sumus" is printed by the UNC
Contributions may be mailed to P.O.
Box 469, Chapel Hill. Or they may be left
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found: A girl's ring in front of Davie
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in the YMCA office. Deadline for
contributions is March 15.
"Sumus" Editor Kip Ward emphasized
that all sorts of contributions are
welcome. He said "Sumus" is acutely
interested in work by the "sensitive,
young, very much alive anything."
In short, "Sumus" affords a chance for
writers and artists, especially local ones,
to experiment with unusual techniques. It
offers a clear alternative to the staid lit
mag, publishing only the work of proven
or accepted artists.
Lost: Pocketbook, navy blue March 1 m
Bingham between 4 and 5 p.m. Reward.
Call 933-5272 or 933-5255 anytime.
Tonight the Cinematheque will present
"Los Olvidados" (The Young and the
Damned) a film by Luis Bunel, whose
"Tristana" is playing at the Plaza. This is
considered one of Bunuel's best pictures,
and he won the Cannes:; film festival
award for best direction of it. It's the
story of juvenile delinquency in the
Mexican slums and is notable for its
cruelty. Shows are at seven and nine in
Murphy 111. Admission $1 or
subscription, eleven movies for five
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: Casting for the 1971 production of
"The Lost Colony" is scheduled for
March. Over 125 actors, singers, dancers
and technicians are employed annually by
the outdoor historical drama located near
Manteo at Fort Raleigh National
Representatives of the production will
audition and interview prospective
personnel at the auditions sponsored by
the Institute of Outdoor Drama of the
University of North Carolina. The
auditions are scheduled for March 13.
The Institute of Outdoor Drama is
located in Graham Memorial Hall.
Registration is set for Friday and
Saturday, March 12 and 13. Some twelve
summer and repertory companies will be
Paul Green's 'The Lost Colony" will
be celebrating its 31st production season
this year. It will open on Wednesday, v
June 23 and play through Saturday,
August 28. Rehearsals begin the first"
week in June. The first of the nation's
historical symphonic dramas, "The Lost
Colony" was first performed on July 4,
1937. It is staged in the Waterside
Theatre which seats about 2,000.
Waterside is on the shore of Roanoke
Sound at the actual site of Sir Walter
Raleigh's original settlements depicted by
'The Lost Colony" was written by
Paul Green, who has previously won the
Pulitzer Prize. It is produced by the
Roanoke Island Historical Society in
cooperation with the state of North
Carolina and the National Park Service.
The story unfolds in two acts or 11
scenes. 'The Lost Colony" includes the
pageantry of Queen Elizabeth I's court,
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Virginia Dare, the first child of English
parents born in the New World, the
struggle of the early settlers on an
inhospitable shore and Indian dances and
attacks. Elements of suspense and
romance are lightened by waggish humor
and lighthearted songs.
The production Is directed and
choreographed by Joe Layton, who has
won television's Emmy and Broadway's
Tony awards. Layton is currently
enjoying Broadway success with Danny
Kaye's musical, 'Two by Two," an
adaptation from a Clifford Odets play
which tells the Noah story. He has
recently returned from London where he
choreographed two new ballets for the
Royal Ballet Company.
The professional staff assisting Mr.
Layton with the production includes
Robert Knowles of Jacksonville, Florida
as Production Coordinator, George
Trautwein as Musical Director and Mavis
Ray, who will stage the dances.
All members of the production
company are salaried and housing is
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provided for approximately 4S members
of the company. Salaries range from $35
to S90 per week depending upon the job,
ability, experience and whether or not
housing is provided. The minimum 2t
for non-local personnel is IS years.
In addition to the nightly presentation
of 'The Lost Colony," the company
sponsors classes and training sessions for
members of the company and presents
workshop productions, a Children's
Theatre, productions in the Elizabethan
Garden at Fort Raleigh and special
concerts by the choir. Moreover, there is
the John White Art Show, an exhibition
and sale in honor of the Colony's
Governor, a reputable artist who was also
Virginia Dare's grandfather.
Additional information about 'The
Lost Colony" and the auditions is
available from its office, P.O. Box 63,
Manteo, North Carolina, 27954.
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