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6The Daily Tar Heel Thursday, April 3, 1985
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Cy EUZADHTH ELLEN
The American South will get its
first glimpses of the latest film in the
career of celebrated British director
Michael Apted as "28 Up" makes its
regional debut this weekend in the
Union auditorium. Apted will be
present Sunday for the 6:30 p.m.
showing of the new documentary
and will discuss the work afterwards.
The film will also be shown Friday
at 7 and 9:30 p.m..
"28 Up" is part of a long-term
project tracing the lives of 14 Britons
at the ages of seven, 14, 21 and 28.
Apted began work on the project
. when he was an assistant on the 1963
Grenada Television production "7
The subjects of the documentary
were selected from various socio
economic classes and were inter
viewed about their expectations and
dreams. As they grow up, the film
records their successes, failures and
changes in attitudes. "28 Up" is not
a film in which everyone lives happily
ever after but instead mirrors life:
some people come out OK and some
get washed out of the system. It is,
according to Newsweek reviewer
Cathleen McGuigan, a wonderful,
sad new film and an extraordinary
The film is amazingly moving,"
said Robin Whiteside, chairman of
the Union Film Committee, which
is sponsoring the event. "Watching
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Johnny Carson Kenny Rogers
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Also items from many area merchants
Dinners for two Clothing
Gift Certificates And Much More
Refreshments and door prizes
Think of it as a pep rally
for your mind
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it is like spending an evening with
a friend you have known since
"Moving" documentaries are not
the only style of films Apted has
directed; he is a "jack-of-all-trades
director," Whiteside said. His past
credits run the gamut of styles, from
his critically-acclaimed "Coal Min
er's Daughter" to his recent concert
film "Bring on the Night," featuring
former Police leader Sting. His
earliest directorial effort was 1972's
"Triple Echo," starring Oliver Reed
and Glenda Jackson. Since then, he
has directed "Stardust," "Gorky
Park," "Agatha," "The Squeeze,"
and "Continental Divide," among
Apted is currently filming a movie
with Richard Pryor in High Point
and, according to Whiteside, is
excited about making movies in the
Tar Heel state. "He said he has never
filmed anywhere quite like North
Carolina," related Whiteside. "He
called it Virgin territory.' "
"He (Apted) is a very in-tune guy,"
she continued. "He is not in the
business just for the money. His
works are popular but are not
sellouts or exploitation films."
According to Whiteside, Apted is at
the "opposite end of the spectrum"
from director John Waters, who
spoke on campus earlier this year.
"He used exploitation until it was
funny," she said.
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By MARY HAMILTON
Staff Writer . ,
Sally Rogers no longer plays $5-a-night
shows in Milwaukee coffee
houses, and Chapel Hillians will be
fortunate to see ' this lively,
internationally-known folksinger Fri
day night at the ArtSchool.
With a voice that is, according to
FRETS magazine, "as clear as the
queen's diamonds," Sally Rogers treats
her audiences to an evening of song and
story woven together with humor and
conviction. The Washington Post
describes her instrumental accompan
iments on guitar, mountain dulcimer
and the banjo as "sterling," and
folksinger Peggy Seeger says, "Sally
Rogers has a clear, fluid and remar
kably agile voice, a keen sense of drama
and a most refreshing sense of fun."
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3 Days and Nights in the Forest will be shown
at 7 and 9:30 p.m. in the Union Auditorium.
Fiddler on the Roof will be performed by :
Thompson Theatre through Saturday &t 8 p.m.
and Wednesday at 8 p.m. at N.C Slate. C?
737-2403 for ticket information. ' 1
Dreamgirls will be performed through Friday
at 8 p.m., Saturday at 2 and 8 p.m. and Sunday
at 2 and 7 p.m. in Memorial Auditorium in "
Raleigh. Call 755-6070 for ticket information, 7
Return of the Comet is the current show at
the Morehead Planetarium, Call 962-1243 for
more information. v .
New DreamsOld Fears, works by i.euis
Franke and Isabel Levitt, will be- displayed
through April 24 at Center Gallery. .
University Chamber Singer will perform at '
8 p.m. in Hill Hall Auditorium.- -- -
Performance of Works by Erik Satie will begin
at 8: 15 p.m. in the Ark at Duke.
Leonid Lamm will speak on his penal and
artistic experiences in Russia at 7:30 p.m. in
Hanes Art Center Auditorium.
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"I look for a song that has meaning
to me," Rogers said. "I look for
melodies that stand on their own. I look
for songs that have some sort of
message. H could be anything from a
love song to a song of social concern
and protest." Rogers also likes to sing
kids songs. ; ;
A native mid westerner, Rogers took
up guitar during the folk boom of the
1960s with musicians such as Joni
Mitchell, Judy Collins, and Peter, Paul
and Mary. She started out performing
in coffee houses while still in high
school. After earning a music education
degree at Michigan State University, she
launched her career as a professional
musician in 1979. According to Rogers,
she-has been influenced most by
dulcimer player Gene Richie from
' f Panel r discussion of nuclear war and the
environment will begin at 2 p.m. in 104 Howell
Hs!Uv Va" ' '
Charles Zt!g will speak' on Southern folk art
at 8 p.m. at the North Carolina Museum of Art.
Call 833-193 for ticket informatiorr.
Trfn will perforjn at Rhythm Alley. Call 929-
8 171 far more information. .
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A A, Love h Germany will be shown at 8 p.m.
at the North Carolina Museum of Art. Call
. 833-935 for ticket information.
'Sc.eastcrn Crafts Exfcibitson will be held
i through May 4 at Craft Center Gallery at N.C.
Ciorapi Quartet will perform at 8:15 p.m. in
East Duke Building at Duke.:;
Charles and Nan Perdue will speak on
"Ethnohistory and Folklore" at 3 p.m. in 208
William Weaver will speak on "Verdi's Tastes"
at 4 p.m. in Biddle Music Building at Duke.
Sally Rogers will perform at 8 p.m. at the
ArtSchool. Call 929-2896 for ticket information.-
New Qrass Revival will perform at Rhythm
Alley, Call 929-8 172 for more information.
The New Potato Caboose will perform at Cat's
Cradle. Call 967-9053 for more information.
5 The Incredible Shrinking Man will be shown
at 7 p.m.. War of the Worlds will be shown
at 8:30 p.m., Seconds will be shown at 10 p.m.
and The Man Who Fell to Earth will be shown
at midnight in the Unionj Auditorium.
Outdoor Art Sale sponsored by the Under
graduate Student Art Association will begin at
10 a.m. in front of Hanes Art Center.
Big Zucchini Washboard Bandits will perform
at 9 p.m. at the ArtSchool. Call 929-2896 for
MAIN QUAD WEST CAMPUS
- YOU HEARD IT HIGH?!
Senior portraits will only be
taken from April 7-1 8, 9 am-5
pm in the Un ion.
Call 962-391 2 or just walk-in.
Rogers' success story is a perfect
example of the old "hard work pays
off" maxim. She has been a headliner
at most of the major North American
folk festivals, including prestigious
Philadelphia, Winnipeg and Hudson
River festivals. Audiences have enjoyed
her music across the country, in Canada
and as far away as the British Isles and
A popular folksinger in the states, she,
has been featured many tunes on "A
Prairie Home Companion" on National
Public Radio. She has recorded three
solo albums and one duo album with
her husband, Howard Bursen, a wine
maker by trade. Her second album, "In
The Circle of the Sun," was voted "Best
Folk Album of 1982" by the National
Association of Independent Record
Bad Checks will perform at Rhythm Alley.
Call 929-8 172 for more information.
6 The Red Shoes will be shown at 2 and 4 p.m. ;
and The Servant will be shown at 7 and 9:30
p.m. in the Union Gallery. : ! ; -
Dumb Waiter will be performed by the UNC
Lab Theatre through Monday at 4 and 8 p.m.
in 06 Graham Memorial Hall, . . x
Tobacco and Other Realities, oil paintings by
; Walter Piepke, will be displayed through May
16 at the ArtSchool.
Dinosaur WonderLwd, paintings by Emily
Weinstein, will be displayed through April 29
at the Horace Williams House. v ;
Frances H. Pratt, organist, will perform at 5
p.m. in Duke Chapel. , ' ;
, Michael Apted will speak on his career in film
directing at 6:30 p.m. in the Union Auditorium.
Dr. Charles Haxthausen will speak artist Max
Beckmann at 3 p.m. at the North Carolina
Museum of Art.
Rich Ruhlen will perform at 7 p.m. at the
ArtSchool. Call 929-2896 for ticket information.
7 Donald Benjamin Cameron will deliver his
"Last Lecture" at 7:30 p.m. in Carrol Hall
Elaine Stoops will speak on aging at 4 p.m.
in 104 Carrington Hall. .
8 Narcotic will be performed by the Readers'
Theatre through Wednesday at 8 p.m. in 203
Carolina Choir will perform at 8 p.m. in Hill
Hall Auditorium. ;-
Common Woman Chorus will perform at 8
p.m. in Gerrard HalL
102 Merritt Mill Rd.
Rogers will perform both traditional
and contemporary songs in her Friday
night performance, her second at the
ArtSchool. "IH also sing some songs
that the audience can participate in,"
she said. .
A special treat for listeners will be
her newly written song. "I had several
things that inspired me for this song,"
she said. "It was a combination of three
things: Winnie Mandela's new book, 4 A
Part of My Soul Went With Him,' a
poem written by a 7-year-old friend on
why she was lucky and a love song for
my husband." Rogers said she would
probably call the song "Lucky."
Sally Rogers will perform Friday at
8 p.m. at the ArtSchool Call 929-2896
for ticket information.
9 Chan is Missing will be shown at 7:30 p.m.
in 101 Greenlaw.
Much Ado About Nothing will be previewed
by PlayMakers Repertory Company at 8 p.m.
in Paul Green Theatre. Call 962-1121 for ticket
Richard Adler will perform at 8 p.m. in Hill
Joe "King" Carrasco will perform at Cat's
Cradle. Call 967-9053 for more information.
Plaza I The Money Pit at 3:15, 5:15, 7:10
Plaia II Sleeping Beauty at 3:30, 5:10, 7 and
Plaza HI Pretty in Pink at 3:20, 5:20, 7:20
Varsity A Trip to Bountiful at 2:10, 4:25,
7:10 and 9:25.
Varsity II Hannah and Her Sisters at 2:25,
4:40, 7:25 and 9:40.
Varsity Lateshows Hannah and Her Sisters
and Pink Flamingos at 11:30 Friday and
Carolina Blue Go-bots at 1:15 Saturday and
Sunday. Lucas at 1:15 weekdays; weekends at
3:15, 5:15, 7:15 and 9:15.
Carolina White Police Academy III at 7:30
and 9:30. Care Bears II at 2, 3:45 and 5:30.
Ram The Color Purple at 8 -today; Friday
at 7 and 9:45; Saturday and Sunday at 1:30, 4: 15
and 9:45; Monday through Wednesday at 8. Rod
at 7; weekend matinees at 2 and 4. April FooVs
Day at 9. When Father Went A way on Business
starts Friday at 7 and 9:30; weekend matinees
at 1:30 and 4:30.
Compiled by Elizabeth Ellen, arts editor.
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group or organization.
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