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2DTHOmnibusThursday, April 6, 1989
WUNC 91.5 FM and The Carolina Union XI
The University of North Texas
One O'GIo'cCt ILalb Band
The Nation's Top Collegiate Big Band
Saturday, April 8, at 8 p.Tn.
UNC Memorial Hall
Tickets: $8 and $4 for UNC students
Carolina Union Box Office: 962-1449
THE TAMING OF THE SHREW
by William Shakespeare
Shakespeare's comedy of love and war between
Kate and Petruchio - a modern-dress production
set in contemporary Italy.
Special performances on Tuesdays, April 18
and 25, at $7 each, general admission seating.
1989-90 Season Subscriptions Now On Sale
THE CHERRY ORCHARD
by Anton Chekhov
September 13-October 8, 1989
by Harold Pinter
October 25-November 12, 1989
A PLAY FOR CHRISTMAS
Adapted by Karl Joos from the stories
of E.T.A. Hoffman
November 29-December 23, 1989
LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST
by William Shakespeare
January 31-February 18, 1990
by Sam Shepard
March 7-25, 1990
by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
April 18-May 13, 1990
Titles and dates are subject to change.
See ail six great plays for only $45 with the Incredible
Student Pass. Call the box office for details.
All performances are in the Paul Green Theatre, Chapel Hill
Tickets & information: 962-1 121 Box office hours: 12-6 Mon-Frl.
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A taste of culture, Texas style
The University of North Texas' One O'CIock Lab Band will
add to the festivities this weekend with a concert at Me
morial Hall Saturday night. Billy Stockard previews the
concert given by the first collegiate big band to be nomi
nated for a Grammy.
For those quiet evenings at home, Bryan Burns recom
mends several 'classic' movies to rent for your VCR. Once
just isn't enough to see such movies as "Stripes,"
"Strange Brew" and "A Fish Called Wanda."
Album from the soul
There's rap beyond the Beastie Boys' wildest dreams on
De La Soul's debut album, "Three Feet High and Rising."
Randal Bullock says check it out.
COVER STORY: Springfest and Beachblast
Chill out, lie out and bum out with Anne-Renee Rice Satur
day at Springfest. And don't take those books out of your
backpack too soon, because Beachblast is Sunday. Get
ready to shag with Guinevere Ross.
It was 20 years ago today...
Richard Smith remembers 1969, and he thinks a movie
about that year could have had a lot to say. However,
Smith finds this film disappointingly trite and nonsensical,
with little meaning for a 1989 audience.
Return of the Pressure Boys
Even though the members of the Pressure Boys parted
ways in August, they waxed nostalgic Sunday night in a
reunion concert at the Cat's Cradle. Kate Hauser reviews
the happy-in-a-twisted-sort-of-way concert.
Editor: James Benton Asst. Editor: Ellen Thornton
Design: Laura Ross, editor; Lisa Reichle, assistant editor;
Copy Editor: Janet McGirt
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