The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, October 13, 1988, Page 18, Image 18
TODAY 1 The Ohio Ballet will 11 SS perform in Memorial Hall at 8 pm Taz Elvis end the Irony Ceng will play at Magdalena's La Terraza Call 967-3277 for more information. Riders In The Sky will perform at the ArtsCenter at 8:30 pm Art Nash will play at the Sky light Exchange. Call 933-5550 for information. Don Raleigh and Brian wanen will appear at the Cabaret at 9 pm The new Potato C&oose will be at Under the Street in Durham. Call 286-2647 for Information. Morehead Planetarium shows: Genesis at 7 pm,- Adven tures AkxtgtheSpectrumstQom. its Comedy Night at the Arts Center in Carrboro as the Transactor Improv Company takes the stage at 8:30 pm Call 942-2041 for information. FRIDAY The 1S03 North Caro- Fllna State Fair, opens for its annual 1 0-day run at 9 am in Raleigh. Hundreds of exhibits, animals, rides, foods, etc to enjoy. See story, page 6. Co Thorpe and his Orchestra will play for the UNC Fall Germans Dance, sponsored by the UNC General Alumni Association, the Order of the Bell Tower and the Class of 1989. The dance will be in Woollen Gym from 8 pm until midnight Morehead Planetarium shows: Sky Rambles at 7 pm, Adventures Along the Spectrum at 8 pm Cuddy Hatton, of Our Gang fame, will be at the High Point Theatre at 8 pm The Clenn Phillips cand will be playing at Nightshade in Greensboro. The Society for Performance on Original Instruments will open its sixth season with Vivid imagry in Early 17th Century Italy at 8 pm in Playmakers Theatre. The Creen Level Entertainers will play bluegrass at the Cave. Rather than, charge a cover, they pass a hat, so give generously. Call 968-9308 for info. Drach and Droll, otherwise known as Tracy Drach and David Bennett, will be at the Skylight Exchange. Call 933-5550 for details. The Veldt will be at Under the Street in Durham. Call 286-2647 for information. Michael Croggln will appear at the Cabaret at 8 and 10 pm. Tickets are $1. The Klghthawks will blast into the ArtsCenter at 9-.30 pm ShaJcIn Sherman and the Blazers play at Magdalena's La Terraza. Call 967-3277 for information. SATURDAY g The long awaited return 1 3) of the irreverant Rev. Dllly C WIrtz at the Skylight Exchange. Call 933-5550 for info. A reading of two one-act plays, Beans by Joe Schuch and Street Giri by Kevin Din, will be held at the Seretoma Arts Center at Shelley Lake Park at 2:30 pm The Glenn Philips Cand will be playing at Halby's in Durham. Jo Jo Ex-r.'.crlncr will be at the ArtsCenter at 10 pm First appear ance after emerging from the recording studios dont miss 'em! Call 942-2041 for details. The Amateurs will appear at Magdaiena's La Terraza Call 967 3277 for information. Hank Winiams Jr. will be in concert with Waylon Jennings at the new Charlotte Coliseum at 8 pm Morehead Planetarium shows: To fly at 2 p.m.; Tine Great Barrier Reef at 4 p.ra; Genesis at 7 p.m.; Adventures Along the Spectrum at 8 pm Eve Cornelius and Chip Craw ford will appear at the Cabaret at 9 pm Tickets are $1 for stu dents and $2 general public - Koko Taylor will be at Under the Street in Durham Call 286-2647 if you need information. Kelsh and Pilgrim at the Cava Tip them or else! Call 968-9308 for info. Dick Bagwell will present songs and stories of merry olde England for KkJsCabaret at the ArtsCenter in Carrboro at 11 am Call 942-2041 for details. - SUNDAY 3fi HInton Presley with 1 WCIII Buchanan will be at the Cabaret as part of the Alcohol Awareness week at 8 pm. Morehead Planetarium shows: To Fly at 2 pm.; The Great Barrier Reef at 4 p.m.; Genesis at 7 p.m.; Adventures Along the Spectrum at 8 pm. String of Pearls and The Unl four Jazz Ensemble will play at Jazz at Meridian "88 at 3 pm. on the lawn of Meridian Business Campus in RTP. At the ArtsCenters Sunday Jazz Series, Brother Yusuf SaHm will perform new music at 7:30 p.m. Call 942-2041 for information. MONDAY 17 Morehead Plan etarium shows: Genesis at 7 pm; Adventures Along the Spectrum at 8 pm TUESDAY 0 Gresh and Wlnegar, U acoustic duoists. will play at the Cave. Call 968-9308 for details. Angela Uoyd will present her one-woman show, Soul cookies and Travelling Ales, at the Durham Arts Council Building at 8:1 5 pm Rampage 8a A Mardi Gras-type extravaganza on Franklin Street, featuring contests, special prices, jugglers, live musicians and refreshments. Carolina Choir will present Bach's Cantata No. 150 "Nach dir. Herr, verlanget mich" with orches tra at Hill Hall Auditorium at 8 pm. Admission is free Morehead Planetarium shows: Genesis at 7 pm; Adven tures Along the Spectrum at 8 p.m. WEDNESDAY 3C John Gillespie will Ufeappear at the Skylight Exchange. Call 933-5550 for details. Rampage "8& Mr. UNC contest at 7:30 pm in Gerrard Hall. Morehead Planetarium shows: Genesis at 7 pm.; Adven tures Along the Spectrum at 8 pm The Attic in Greenville presents the Comedy Zone. Call 752-7303 for details. Don Raleigh will perform gui tar instrumental at the Cave tonight. Call 968-9308 for information. GALLERIES Early Music at UNC, featuring music and performers of the Society for Performing instru ments, will be on display through October at Davis Library. For more 4- MnVpllj . .--v.-.' UISII 0? V 11 1 V. J i 1) ILrf ft ': -.. s ' V. i The Charlie Daniel's Band will night as part of the N.C. State can find Charlie's eyes. information, call 962-1335. An exhibit of metal sculptures by Ula Katzen will be on display in the Carolina Union gallery through Oct. 14. works by Rc&trt Mason and Crewster Luttrell will be on display in the union Gallery beginning Oct 17. Works by Tom Dalbo and Ce Gardiner are on display at the Somerhill Gallery at Strawvaiiey. Gardiner's recent works include marble sculptures; Balbo's works are large cast paper pieces. The exhibit will be on display through October. Works by Will Rand, David Solow and DIan Wilson will be on display at Hanes Art Center through Oct. 14. Works by Henryk Fantazos will be on display Oct. 15. An exhibit of works by members of the ArtsSchool faculty is on display at the Main Gallery of the ArtsCenter. A display of works by Anna C Jenkins will be on display Oct. 17. At the North Carolina Botanical Garden: Floral and scenic photo graphs by Tab Moore will be on l)fofcfrisf: ' i -a . -n STARTS TOMORROW! OmnibusThursday, October 13, 19881 1 perform at Dorton Arena Friday Fair's entertainment. See if you display at the Totten Center though October. Sdssor-cuttings by Walter von Gunten are on display at the Morehead Building through October. Partners in Patronage. Selec tions from corporate art collec tions in North Carolina will be on display at the Central Carolina Bank Gallery of the New-Durham Arts Council Building. Compiled at breakneck speed by Kelly Rhodes, arts editor. ELLIOT ROAD at E. FRANKLIN 967-4737 $33UlHIS!lEri33.(EXC. ) James Caan ALIEN NATION (R) 2:405:007:159:15 John CusackCharlle Sheen EIGHT MEN OUT (PG) 2:304:50 7:109:35 ?S ' . LeS "After the smash success of 'Big) Tom Hanks tops himself in 'Punchline. -NEWSWEEK SALLY ROD TOM HANKS E 7:009:25 I PUNCH UNE 7"