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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, April 27, 1989, Page 28, Image 28

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DTH OmnibusThursday, April 27, 193911 s T63AY 27. The Artscenter presents" a concert bv Discs Cock- bum and his acoustic band at 9 p.m. Tickets are $16 for the public. $13 for friends. Experience Un'n.!ted will be in concert at Memorial Hall at 8 pm Tickets are two for $9.50 for students at the Union Box Office. Can 962-1449 for information. Curccu of u::nds will be at Down Under. 175 E Franklin St Call 968-1741 for details. liquid Scene! will play at the Skylight Exchange. Call 933-5550 for more information. isary on tns Dash will be at Cars Cradle at 1 0 pm Call 967-9053 for details. c::iy & mo will perform acoustic originals at Columbia Street Bak ery and Coffeehouse. Call 967-91 50 for more information. Vr. Potatcftssd will be at La Terraza Call 967-3277 for details. Raleigh's Theatre in the Park presents Bertold BrechTs bawdy musicsl, Threepenny Opera, at 8:1 5 pm Tickets are $10 for adults and $6 for students. Call 755-6058 for details. Morehead Planetarium will shows Genesis at 7 pm. Call 962 1 248 for information. 20 The Artscenter presents U)a family concert by Gemini. The show will feature an evening of songs from around the world on more than a dozen instruments at 7 pm Tickets are $3 for children, $6 for adults. Call 929-2787 for details. Wilton Dtcols & The Invic tors. a cross-cultural experience, will be at the Cave. Call 968-9308 for details. Ranger's Old Time String Band will be at Skylight Exchange. Cheers funny, add to the show's popular ity. Cliff (John Ratzenberger) is the trivia king. When he isnt parading around with a squash that is the "spitting image of George Shultz," he is explaining DMA "The roots of physical aggression found in the male species are in the DNA mole cule itself, in fact, the very letters DNA are an acronym for Dames are Not Aggressors." Cliff's buddy -Norm (George wendt) drinks a lot. in a typical exchange. Woody (Woody Harrel son) asks, "Do you want a drink?" Norm says, "isn't it kind of early?" "Forabeerr era 'ARQITV EAST FRANKLIN onOI I I CMAPfi mill Mr-sees CRUSOE' IS A TERRIFIC PICTURE -JNCHAMINUwh. m J Al DAM OUINH WJ :15 15 MUST END 54! PG 13 3 Academy Awards mu m At must and 541 tattoo A Nervous Eeakdon I A) o M S Fare Call 933-5550 for information. . sheIn Snermen will play at Down under. Call 968-1741 for more information. ChzrHs Psstcrfleld end ths Cenevcrs will be at Magdalena's La Terraza Call 967-3277 for more information. Edl2 cieerwatcr will play at cats cradle at 10 pm call 967-9053 for details. Johnny Qusst will play high energy "funk and roa" at Under the Street in Durham at 10 pm There is a $4 cover charge. Call 286-2647 for Information. Rc&crt CsSmss will perform acoustic folk originals at Columbia Street Bakery and Coffeehouse. Call 967-91 50 for moreinformatton. The Durham Savoyards. Ltd., presents Gilbert and Sullivan's The Sorcerer at 8:15 in the Reynolds Theater, Bryan Center, Duke UnK verslty. Tickets are $9 for adults, $5 for students and are available at the Page Box Office, 634-4444. Raleigh's Theatre in the Park presents BertoSd Brechfs bawdy musical, Threepenny Opera, at &1 5 pm Tickets are $10 for adults, $6 for students. Call 755-6058 for details. Morehead Planetarium presents Sky Ramies at 7 pm Call 962-1 248 for information. SATLQ3AV J, Dlast Crisis with Big 'Root end ths K&Sonceds wiil be at Magdalena's La Terraza Call 967-3277 for more information. . Skylight Exchange will have an AfricanWest indies dance. Call 933 5550 for details. The Artscenter presents a work shop on creative modem dance, ted by William Page at 3:1 5. Tickets are $25 for the public, $20 for friends. Space is limited so you must register in advance Call 942- "No. for stupid questions," returns Norm. Or when it really "is early for a beer. Norm replies, "Float a corn flake in it" The supporting characters are not as well developed as Sam and Diane, but they do change over time. Carta (Rhea Pertman) and Frasier (Kelsey Crammer) have married Eddie and Liiith, respec tively. Woody has become a little more worldly, yet remains essen tially naive. Norm has traded his white collar for a blue one, and Cliff no longer lives with his mother. The show is undoubtedly the best of the last 10 years, if not of the last 50. The strength of the Dream Team 7:00-9:15 CPG-I3) Major League 7:15-9:30 (R) WW -- ' ""' r- "" 1 ''J R!MlT?o ' 1 2787 for more information. crcem Dreh will piay orig inal rock YV ronat 10 pm at Under the Street in Durham. There Is a $4 cover charge. Call 286-2647 for more info. Ths Ce'licna Eazz Eevua will be at the Cave. Dont forget the tip! Call 968-9308 for more info, - rjc&ey R3$ will play reggae at. Down Under. Call 968-1741 for details. 1 . Columbia Street Bakery and Coffeehouse presents stories and music by Louise Kessel, Susie Crate and Joseph Sobol. Call 967-91 50 for details. - BoSsby crown, LeVert and Ksryn White wiil be in concert at 7:30 pm at the Greensboro Coliseum The Artscenter presents a con cert by Canada's cere Air. a group of multi-instrumentalists and composer-creators of a new music from traditional sources, at 9 pm Tickets are $9 for the public, $7 for friends. The Durham Savoyards, Ltd., presents Glbertand Sullivan's The Sorcerer at 8:15 in the Reynolds Theater, Bryan Center, Duke uni versity. Tickets are $9 for adults, $5 for students and are available at the Page Box Office, 684-4444. Raleigh's Thcstre in ths Perk presents BertoSd Crccrrrs bev&y musical, Threepenny opera; at &1 5 pm Tickets are $10 for aeXits, $6 for students. Call 755-6058 for details. Morehead Planetarium shows: Winnie the Pooh and the Golden Rocket at 1 1 a.m. To Ry at 2 pm, The Great Barrier Reef at 4 pm and Genesis at 7 pm. Call 962-1248 for information. sir:3AY The ArtcTontor nroconfc w 4 North Carolina Jazz Show case from 2 to 10 pm Twelve emerging jazz artists from across the state will perform 30-minute sets. Tickets are $10. Call 929-2787 for details. ceizena Euzz Bsvus will be at La Terraza Call 967-3277 for details. under the Street in Durham from page 4 writing and the actors' perfor mances make Cheers a place you truly want to go. The ability of TV actors to come into your home and make you want to enter theirs is truly an accomplishment From the care taken to repro duce the Bull & Finch Pub on which the story is based (with hardwood, brass and red leather stool covers) to writing which does not insult your intelligence. "Cheers" is the ultimate situation comedy. It is the highest evolution of the genre, and it truly shows the potential of television as art. PET SEMATARY Nightly 7:10 -9:20 (R) Sat & Sun Mat. 2:104:20 SPEED ZONE . Nightly 7:159:15 (PG) Sat & Sun Mat. 2:154:15 -4 SAY ANYTHING Nightly 7:059:15 (PC 13) presents Afternoon Jazz with Ths Sem crutcn Trio from 3 to 6 p.m. There is no charge. Call 286-2647 for details. Morehead Planetarium shows: To Ry at 2 pm, The Great Barrier Reef at 4 pm and Genesis at 7 pm. Call 962-1248 for details. g Rrzl win be at Cats Cradle. 1 Call 957-9053 for details. ' Morehead Planetarium wiil show Genesis at 7 pm. call 962- 1248 for details. Jeff iser.Sc wiil play acoustic at the Cava Tip them, or else! Call 968-9308 for more details. John Hemmond will be at The Artscenter. Call 929-2787 for details. Columbia Street Bakery and Coffeehouse will have an old-time picking session. Call 967-9150 for details. Morehead Planetarium will show Genesis at 7 pm call 962 1248 for information. - r;cs::x2AY ' 2 Raleigh's Theatre in the Park w presents a special perfor mance, for students, of Three Penny Opera, a bawdy musical by Bertold Brecht The show is at 70 pm. and all tickets are $5. Call 755 6058 for more information. Slrn WHds 2nd Eraln vlSds wiil do readings from the book Snydefs Letters. Call 967-9150 for details. Julia Heni-n will play Irish music at the Cave. Dont forget to tip. Call 968-9308 for more information. The Artscenter presents the TOUCH 121ms Theater Com ply. Call 929-2787 for details. Morehead Planetarium will show Genesis at 7 pm Call 962 1248 for information. Compiled by Ellen Thornton, assistant Omnibus editor. V RT Ffom Atlanta London $289 Brussels 309 Athens 395 Cairo 420 Madrid " 339 Tel Aviv 465 Some restrictions apply. Taxes not included. Eurailpasses issued on the spot! FREE Student Travel Catalog 12 Park Place South . j Atlanta. GA 30303 800-877-CIEE-. 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