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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, March 09, 1989, Page 17, Image 17

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HDIJrM .OmnibusThursday, March 9, 1989 Week's TODAY 9 Mike Cross will perform at Memorial Hall at 8 p.m. Call 962 1449 for ticket information. UNC New Music Ensemble will perform in 107 Hill Hall at 8 p.m. Concert is free. Folk singer Rebecca Jane will be at the Columbia Street Bakery and Coffehouse at 8:30 p.m. call 967 91 50 for more information. WOODY AUIN MW FARROW JtUEKAYMR OANCARLO OANNIM TALiA SHIRE MCKNGOE RDSANNAARQULTTE in in in Oedipus Wrecks Life Without Zoe Life Lessons - One of the chapters in One of the chapters in One of the chapters in NEW YORK NEW YORK NEW YORK STORIES STORIES STORIES r, d b, e , rvr. q v, . Jmm i , M t jmmmJh ia Ll , """V' ALLEN'S I COPPOLA'S SCORSESE'S OEDIPUS LIFE LIFE WRECKS WITHOUT : LESSONS " P - i 1 A comedy from Woody Allen. lOjCOTi KTJRB JACK KXU5 - OiRIB H. JCM KFV TO SIJS" lEriADtrA'MDrlOa SQOKSESE HE KIH0GF ZQ -ZM SOOS FiH) PGj.SUBWCt8U8agTB wa m rs. mat nor m suttaoue roncjsr?t Fare Cream of Soul will perform Motown and '60s music at Down Under. Call 968-1741 for more information. Kim Stambaugh & Friends will perform bluegrass music at the Hardback Cafe. Call 933-5100. My Three Sons will play electric fusion at La Terraza, 967-6247. Danny and the Cavemen will be at Skylight Exchange. Call 933 5550 for details. When a millionaires daughter is on the loose in an elegant New York hotel anythingcanhappea crams asitDEaET cenhut STARTS FRIDAY, MARCH 10 AT SELECTED THEATRES NEAR YOU. Seafood, a musical drama pres ented by the Ecentric Circles Theater company, will begin at the ArtsCenter in Carrboro at 8 pm. Tickets are $7. Call 929-2787 for details. Ron Robertson will perform at Charlie Coodnight's Comedy Club in Raleigh through March 11. Call 833 8356 for reservations. PlayMakers Repertory Com pany presents George Bernard Shaw's Misalliance at 8 p.m. at the Paul Green Theatre. Call 962-1121 for ticket information. Transactors Improv Co. pres ents an evening of improvised comedy with audience input at 'Hes the teacher. . Shes the student And passion is the lesson. KSSTOENBUT UEIHKS FtOiS ;FM CCffPCIA I SOFIA GQfHiA ssswcot allen TOUCHSTONE :, psctvri - i the ArtsCenter in Carrboro at 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $5. Call 929-2787 for more information. Morehead Planetarium presents Genesis at 7 p.m. and Planet Search at 8 pm. FRIDAY 3 f Flat Duo Jets will play at I Wears Cradle. Call 967-9053 for information. Bob Margolin will perform blues music at the Cave. Call 968 9308 for details. John. Cito & Paige will perform acoustic rock at the Columbia Street Bakery & Coffeehouse at 8:30 p.m. Call 967-9150. Rebecca and the Hi-Tones will be at La Terraza, 967-6247. Country and folk singer Hugh Moffatt will perform at Skylight Exchange, 933-5550. The Raleigh Little Theater will present Happily Ever After?, a retelling of fairy tales for mature audiences, at 8 p.m. in the theater's Greenroom Studio. Tickets are $3. Call 821-3111 for more information. Southern Culture on the Skids will be at Under the street in Durham. Admission is $4. Call 286 2647 for more details. PlayMakers Repertory Com pany presents George Bernard Shaw's Misalliance at 8 p.m. at the Paul Green Theatre. Call 962-1121 for ticket information. The importance of Being Earn est, by Oscar Wilde, will be pres ented at 8 p.m. at the Melodrama Theater in Durham. Reserved tickets are $8. Call 688-6576 for information. Morehead Planetarium presents Sky Rambles at 7 p.m. and Planet Search at 8 p.m. SATURDAY 1 1 The Bellzona Bluzz I I Revue will be at the Cave. Call 968-9308 for information. LA. Fernandez will perform acoustic folk and original blues at the Columbia Street Bakery & Coffeehouse. Call 967-9150 for details. A C. Reed will play blues saxo phone at Under the Street in Durham. Advance tickets are $6. Call 286-2647. Roily Gray & Sunfire will play reggae at Cats Cradle. Call 967 9053 for details. The Raleigh U'ttle Theatre will present Happily Ever After? at 8 p.m. in the Greenroom Studio. Call 821 -31 1 1 for information. Oscar Wilde's The importance of Being Earnest will be presented at 8 p.m. at the Melodrama Theater in Durham. Call 688-6576. PlayMalcers Repertory Com pany presents George Bernard Shaw's Misalliance at 8 p.m. in the Paul Green Theatre. Call 962-1121 for ticket information. Morehead Planetarium shows: Winnie-the-Pooh and the Golden Rocket at 11 am, Planet Search at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m., To Fly at 2 pm, The Great Barrier Reef at 4 p.m. and Genesis at 7 p.m. SUNDAY PlayMakers Repertory I Company will present George Bernard Shaw's Misalliance at 2 pm in the Paul Green Theatre. For more information, call 962- 1121. The ArtsCenter in Carrboro will nave an open- Jazz jam led by piahlstEd Pioltcn-'bst Ben Seawell. and drummer David Via at 7:30 p.m. Musicians may sit in, and tickets for the general public are $3. Call 929-2787 for details. Robert Cray will perform at 8 p.m. in Memorial Auditorium in Raleigh. Call 755-6060 for ticket information. Danny & The Cavemen will be at the Cave, 968-9308. Friends of Guitar will play from 2 p.m. to 5 pm at the Columbia Street Bakery & Coffee house. Call 967-9150. Happily Ever After? will be presented at the Raleigh Little Theatre's Greenroom Studio at 3 pm. Call 821-3111 for information. The importance of Being Earn est will be presented at 3 pm. at the Melodrama Theater in Dur ham. Call 688-6576 for details. Mallarme Chamber Players will perform harp and flute music at 3 pm at the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh. For details, call 833-1 935. Morehead Planetarium shows: Planet Search at 1 pm. and 3 pm., To Fly at 2 pm, The Great Barrier Reef at 4 pm. and Genesis at 7 pm. MONDAY IIP Morehead Planetarium CP presents Genesis at 7 pm and Planet Search at 8 pm TUESDAY a fl Fred Greenlee will per I Kjform at Charlie Coodnight's Comedy Club in Raleigh through March 18. Call 833-8356 for reservations. ' Jim Watson will perform coun try classics at the Cave. Tip him, or else! Call 968-9308 for more details. PlayMakers Repertory Com pany continues its production of Misalliance at 8 pm. in the Paul Green Theatre. Call 962-1121. Morehead Planetarium presents Genessat 7 pm. and Planet Search at 8 pm. WEDNESDAY a E The John Gresh Group I 9 will play jazzy rock at the Cave. Call 968-9308 for information. PlayMakers Repertory Com pany will present George Bernard Shaw's Misalliance at 8 pm in the Paul Green Theatre. For more information, call 962-1121. Mayan Indian story teller Floating Eagle Featherwill be at the Columbia Street Bakery & Coffeehouse. Call 967-9150. Morehead Planetarium presents Genesis at 7 pm. and Planet Search at 8 pm. GALLERIES Works by undergraduates will be on display at the Hanes Art Center through March 24. The exhibition can be seen weekdays from 9 am. to 4:30 pm. Call 962 2015 for additional times. Pablo Picasso's works will be featured at the Judge Gallery in Durham through March 18. Call 688-8893. Compositions in Color, works by Frank Herman are on display at the Morehead Building during March. Constructions by Rosie Thompson will be on display at the ArtsCenter through March 10. : . Compiled- fcy, Ellen Thornton, assistant prwibys editor: ... .

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