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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, April 20, 1989, Page 22, Image 22

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DTHOmnibusThursday, April 20, 198911 Fare s TC3AY Sf The ArtsCenter presents Jt Festival of One-Acts, a showcase of local playwrights, at 8 pm Tickets are $7 for the public, $5.50 for friends. Comedian Cary Long from Atlanta will perform at the Cabaret at 9 pm with Chris Brown and friends. Tickets are $3 stu dents, $5 general. violent Femmes will be in concert at Memorial Hail at 8 pm Tickets are $1 4.50 at the Union Box Office. Call 962-1449 for information. Art tlzzh will have an outdoor concert, "Bach n' Roll," at noon on the lawn in front of Can Mill Ma!l inCarrboro. Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew will be presented by PlayMakers Repertory company at 8 pm in the Paul Green Theatre. Tickets are $15. Call 962-1121 for information. Tet2.no Prtzeners will be at Down under, 175 E Franklin st Call 968-1741 for more irtformatioa Leon Edwards and RcSby Un will play Jazz at the Skylight Exchange. Call 933-5550 for more information. Snatches of PlnSc will play at Cats Cradle at 10 pm Call 967-9053 for details. Hi::tcp Hsrmonizers will per form barbershop music at Colum bia Street -Bakery and Coffee house. Call 967-9150 for more information. Ths incre&bla CssusSs. a cross betwen NRBQ, Elvis Costeilo and the Beach Boys, will play at Under the Street in Durham. There is a $5 cover charge. Call 286-2647 for details. Morehead Planetarium shows: Genesis at 7 pm Call 962-1243 for information. 21 The Cabaret will have Both Sides, a dance and party night, at 9:30 pm Call 962 1157 for details. The ArtsCenter presents Festival of one-Acts, a showcase of local playwrights, at 8 p.m. Tickets are $7 for the public, $5.50 for friends. Call 929-2787 for details. The Swamp Cats will play "awesome Dixieland" at the Cave. Call 968-9308 for details. PlayMakers Repertory Company IJFE BEGINS ABOVE Comedy That's Over The Limit And Beyond The Law. PICTURES fletease (.vtBjnCnwiANMiiAMSTnsxTKMamuinviiUKDciMniNt umctcd continues its production of Shake speare's The Taming of the Shrew at 8 pm in the Paul Green Theatre. Tickets are$l7.50. Call 962-1121 for details. Julia Urquhart will perform folk music at Skylight Exchange. Call 933-5550 for details. Stingers will play at Down Under. Call 968-1741 for more information Gig Cump and the Stun Cunz will be at Magdaiena's La Terraza Call 967-3277 for more information. The Amateurs will play reggae at Cats Cradle at 10 pm call 967 9053 for more information. Under the Street in Durham presents The Durham invitational Rim Festival, screenings and discus sion by local filmmakers. Call 286 2647 for details. cm Mansfield will be at Colum bia Street Bakery and Coffee house. Call 967-9150 for information. Raleigh's Theatre in the Park presents Threepenny Opera, a bawdy musical by Bertoid Brecht Call 755-6058 for details. Morehead Planetarium presents Sky Rambles at 7 pm Call 962-1 248 for information. 2 5) R.E.U. will be in concert at 8 p.m. in the Smith Center. Scrapyard will be at Magdaie na's La Terraza Call 967-3277 for more information. Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew will be presented by the PlayMakers Repertory Company at 8 pm in the Paul Green Theatre, rickets are $1 7.50. Call 962-1 1 21 for information. Bureau of Minds will play reggae at Skylight Exchange. Call 933-5550 for details. 8cr 9 Fcst will be at Cats Cradle. Call 967-9053 for more information. The ArtsCenter presents Festival of One-Acts, a showcase of local playwrights, at 8 pm Tickets are $7 for the public, $5.50 for friends. Call 942-2787 for more information. Under the Street in Durham presents The Durham invitational Film Festival, screenings and discus sion by local filmmakers. Call 286 2647 for more info. The Cabaret will presents jazz at 9 pm Tickets are $1. Call 962-1157 55! ''' if s vVISSL'' mrrNcusmr all uc.hts hsovco STARTS TOMORROW f-A 0 for details. The Fj::rp!cncs will play hot rock YV roll and rhythm and blues at the Cave. Dont forget the tip! Call 968-9308 for more info. Hove will be at Down under. Call 968-1741 for details. Columbia Street Bakery and Coffeehouse presents a Nelson Mandela Benefit, with poetry, music and sharing of South African culture. Call 967-9150 for details. Raleigh's Theatre in the Park presents Threepenny Opera, a bawdy musical by Bertoid Brecht Call 755-6058 for details. Morehead Planetarium shows: Winn ie the Pooh and the Golden Rocket at 11 am, To Fly at 2 pm., The Great Barrier Reef at 4 p.m. and Genesis at 7 p.m. call 962-1248 for information. su::day 22 Jazz musician Bus 3) Crown will perform at the ArtsCenter at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $4.50 for the public, $3.50 for friends. Call 929-2787 for details. Its a blues jam with Danny and the Cavemen at the Cave. Dont forget the most important thing - the tip! Call 968-9308 for the scoop. Raleigh's Theatre in the Park presents Threepenny opera, a bawdy musical by Bertoid Brecht. Call 755-6058 for details. PlayMakers Repertory Company presents Shakespeare's The Tam ing of the Shrew at 2 pm. in the Paul Green Theatre. Tickets are $15. Call 962-1121 for details. Alex Cash will be at La Terraza Call 967-3277 for details. Under the Street in Durham presents The Durham invitational Rim Festival, screenings and discus sion by local filmmakers. Call 286 2647 for details. Morehead Planetarium shows: To Fly at 2 pm, The Great Barrier Reef at 4 pm and Genesis at 7 pm. Call 962-1248 for details. r.:c::DAY 21 Fishbone will be at cats Cradle. Call 967-9053 for details. Columbia Street Bakery and Coffeehouse will have a group sing Call 967-9150 for details. Morehead Planetarium shows: ill J i i idry, Y II r.. i iff 1' 1 R.E.M., with lead singer Michael Genesis at 7 pm. Call 962-1248 for details. TUESDAY 2E John and Stu's Rues 'will play at the Cave. Tip them, or else! Call 968-9308 for more details. Mike Edwards and the Banned will play at Down Under. Call 968-1741 for more information. PlayMakers Repertory Company continues its production of Shake speare's The Taming of the Shrew at 8 pm in the Paul Green Theatre. Tickets are $7. Call 962-1121 for details. New Grass Revival will present a concert of old-time traditions and innovative country music at 8 p.m. at The ArtsCenter. Tickets are $12.50 for the public, $10 for friends. Columbia Street Bakery and Coffeehouse will have an Irish Music picking session. Call 967-9150 for details. La Terraza will have a national homeless benefit Call 967-3277 for details. Morehead Planetarium shows: Genesis at 7 pm Call 962-1248 for information. rTOlfe Sometimes dead is bettor. STARTS TOMORROW Stipe, will perform Saturday 25 Duke Lacrosse and w Pinky Wyoming will play country music at the Cave. Dont forget to tip. Call 968-9308 for more information. After Dark will perform at Down under, call 968-1741 for more information. Its Mardi Gras at The ArtsCenter with the Cajun music of Queen Ida and Her con Temps zydeco Band at 8:30 pm Tickets are $12 for the public $10 for friends. Call 929-2787 for details. PlayMakers Repertory Company continues it production of The Taming of the Shrew at 8 p.m. in the Paul Green Theatre. Tickets are $15. Can 962-1121 for information. Morehead Planetarium shows: Genesis at 7 pm. Call 962-1248 for information. Compiled by Ellen Thornton, assistant Omnibus editor. ELLIOT ROAD at E. FRANKLIN 967-4737 $3 rjQllinKlT HI 14! TXt (EC di7J) Chvy Chaa H LIVE FLETCH LIVES (PG) 3:205:207:20 9:20 Dustii HaffmanTam Crwla RAIN MAN (R) 3:007:009:36 SHE'S m DADDY'S LITTLE CIL MYC02E! 0 TONY DANZA pioirTl)F(;oyiii)L 3:055:107:109:10 """"" " - '-" "'' 1 I He ore proud to bring you W DOLBY STEREO If AN ACADEMY AWARD WINN El AN ACADEMY AWARD WINNER 1 G J ',1 .1.- i f !

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