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Monday, October 13, 1971
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PBS special best best
The blockbuster movies are over, the
big name guests have gone back to
whatever big names do, and television is
settling back into its nit for the 1971-72
There are, however, a few interesting
programs this week, with Channel 4's Full
Circle special tonight shaping up as the
Full Circle, which begins at 8, will
feature a half-hour of Cat Stevens
followed by a unrehearsed hour of Leon
Russel doing both his own songs like
"Delta Lady," and others such as "Honky
Tonk Women." Russell will be appearing
at both State and Duke during the next
month, and if you're wondering whether
or not to see him, this may help you
ABC's football game tonight has the
Kansas City Chiefs hosting the Pittsburg
Steelers in an AFC contest. After the
game Channel 5 will show an unlikely
Sherlock Holms movie, "Spider Woman."
One of the classic movies of all time.
"Public Enemy," is scheduled for 5:30
Tuesday afternoon on Channel 2. Made
in 1931, "Public Enemy" was only the
second gangster movie ever made (after
"Little Caesar") and it was the first of the
long line of Warner Brothers films in this
genre that later immortalized Bogart,
Cagney and Raft.
James Cagney is the star of "Public
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Enemy" and "scarfa:e" came cut almost
simultaneously. Al Capcr.e was moved to
remark that "they ought to take them all
out and throw them in a lake. They're
doing nothing but harm to the younger
element of this cour.tr'."
Johnny Carson is taking still another
week off, and his replacement will be
Joey Bishop. Dick Cavett is continuing
his one-guest interview approach this
week, devoting Tuesday to Jack Le:
and Wednesday to his closs
friend, Woody Allen.
If you missed "Duel at Dable"
Saturday night, there are a couple cf
more duels being offered locally this
week. "Duel in the Jungle" is Channel &'s
Friday aftemooon movie, while Channel
28 counterprograms that same afternoon
with "Duel in Durange." Touche.
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Isabel Somfield and Sid Rancer are starring in this weekend's "Fiddler on the
Roof." Tickets are still available.
Drama experts here
Miss Ins Brooke, world -famous
costurner and author on costuming, and
Dr. Richard Southern, distinguished
world expert on theatre design and
architecture, will give a
lecture-demonstration today at 2 p.m. in
the Playmakers Theatre for all interested
At noon the two experts, both from
the University of Bristol in England, will
meet with interested Playmakers staff and
students in the Grail Room of Graham
Memorial for an entirely informal
discussion of contemporary theatre
problems and issues.
Miss Brooke, author of 15 works on
costuming, is an accomplished lecturer.
She was designated a Fulhright Scholar in
1960-61 for lectures in the United States,
and in 1963 she conducted a lecture tour
on costuming which covered Cornell
University, Indiana University, State
University of Iowa. Ohio University.
University of Denver, campuses of the
University of California, University of
Washington and Universities in England.
Dr. Southern, a theatre consultant
since 1947 and scenic designer since 1928,
is a specialist in the study of stage
technique and theatre architecture. He
has given . technical .lectures ..to, .such
distinguished theatrical organizations as
Goldsmith's College. London Theatre
Studio. Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
and the Old Vic Theatre Center.
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The North Car.I.r.a Smph-
Chamber P'.a e rs w.U present a concert
toir.ght at S p.m. ir. the Great Hal!
The concert, sponsored by the Chare!
HU1 chapter of the North Carctma
Symphony Societ . is free.
The Chamber Musjc Player, directed
by Dr. Be r.; am in Sah- and featu.-.rg
soloist Alan N elisors or. the flute, w
play works by Roman. Viva'.ch.
Btetfcewn. Haydn. Ker.r.a-.. Roccher.r.t.
Tunr.a. and Dvorak.
The Chamber Plaers are an er.emh!e
of principal ar.d select mu.ic:ar.s drar.
from the ranks of the full North Carol: na
Symphony. Instrumentation cor.::s of
four violins, viola, cello, contra ha.
harpsichord, piano, and f.ute
This is the second consecutive season
for the Chamber Plaers. The group "a
revitalized last fall for the first time in
recent years, and their concerts were
received with enthusiasm throughout the
This fail the Plaers v. ill perform 1
concerts dunng the four weeks prior to
the beginning of the full orchestra season
The 1971 season of the Pla ers w as rr.aJe
possible in part, by a grant from the
North Carolina Arts Council
Union now offering
tickets for Fat City
Tickets for the Oct. 27 performance of
Fat City, the second concert in the
Carolina Union's Memorial Hall Series,
are now on tlc at the Student Union
Information Desk for Sl.C
A folk-duo of Bill Dai off and Taffy
Nivert, Fat City performed with John
Denver on his latest album, "Poems,
Prayers, and Promises," and just
completed a tour with Denver at almost
all the major folk clubs in the U.S.
Danoff and Nivert co-authored "Take
Me Home, Country Roads," recorded by
John Denver, and I guess He'd Rather Be
In Colorado." recorded by Denver and
The duo also wrote the music for
'D' vsius ft1)," a play produced m
Washingto:. D.C , and are currently
working on the music for an upcoming
Fat City will be conducting an
informal workshop on song -writing and
the creative process at 2 p.m. on the stage
of the Great Hall on the day of the
Future concerts in the Memorial Hall
Series will include Josh Vhite, Jr., Seals
and Crofts, and Don Shirley.
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