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SHALLOTTE'S TAMARA BURNHAM (right) is in the cast of "History Run Amok," an original play
by Brunswick Bcacon contributor and former staff writer Marjorie Megivern. Burnham is pictured
with actors Richard Tardell (left) and Jay Wilson.
Beacon Contributor Megivern
Authors Play 'History Run Amok'
Cape Fear history with a comic centuries. As a new Cape River Riv
twist, written and directed by er Celebration is launched by a ficti
Hrunswick Rca- tious society on a fictitious future
con contributor date, important people from the past
and former staff interrupt the dignified proceedings
writer Marjorie to insert their two-cents' worth.
Mcgivcrn, is the "Eleven actors and five perfor
entcrtainment mancc groups, representing a half
fare for the dozen races and cultures, tell the
Human Rela- story of an historic event that has ig
tions Month nored much of its multicultural
Awards Gala past," Megivern said. "Recognition
being held Feb. of Cape Fear plurality comes
MEGIVERN 26. through dialogue, monologues, mu
The event will take place at 7:30 sic, story-telling and dance, as an
p.m. in the University Ballroom at other aspect of human relations
UNC-Wilmington. comes across on an important
Shallottc's Tamara Bumham is Awards Gala occasion."
among the <'asi members, as is Nick Following "History Run Amok,"
Siganos of Yaupon Beach. 30 years of Human Relations Com
"History Run Amok" is a one-act mission work will be recognized,
play that introduces ten historical followed by presentation of the
figures from the 17th through 20th Human Relations Month awards.
SATURDAY MARCH 5
Charity Ball To Benefit
American Red Cross
The Cape Fear Chapter of Ihe safety, service to military families
American Red Cross will hold its and disaster services.
3th annual black-tie Charity Ball The Cape Fear Chapter is the sec
aturday, March 5, at the University ond oldest Red Cross chapter in
enter Ballroom of UNC-Wilm- North Carolina, with the original
igton. chapter charter, dated Nov. 8, 1908,
The evening wili begin with a signed by President Theodore
Kktail reception at 7 p.m., fol- Roosevelt.
iwed by a seated dinner at 8 and
incing music by the Fat Ammons
and from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m.
"Spotlight of the Stars" is this
:ar's Charity Ball Theme.
Tickets are SUM) per guest, $75 of
hich is tax-deductible. To order
icm, call the Red Cross at
All proceeds from the Charity
all will benefit local programs in
lew Hanover, Brunswick and
ender counties. These services in
ude blood services, health and
E. Harvie Hill, D.DA, MAD.
providing cure for
children and young adults
ages 1-21. Also care for
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