THE N.C. ESSAY
A Rare Moment in Sienna!
Wednesday, Oct. 18
Friday, Oct. 20
7 and 9:15 P.M.
Saturday, Oct. 21
7 and 9:15 P.M.
Sunday, Oct. 22
Monday, Oct. 23
Tuesday, Oct. 24
Friday, Oct. 27
7 and 9 P.M.
Saturday, Oct. 28
Sunday, Oct. 29
Tuesday, Oct. 31
Wednesday, Nov. 1
Thursday, Nov. 2
Friday, Nov. 3
Saturday, Nov. 4
Sunday, Nov. 5
Monday, Nov. 6
Tuesday, Nov. 7
WITCHCRAFT THROUGH THE AGES -1922
- SWEDEN Directed by Benjamin
Christensen. With Maren Pedersen. A hand
book of the diabolic; not for the squeamish.
THE WILD BUNCH -1969 - U.S.A.Directed by
Sam Peckinpah. With William Holden, Ernest
Borgnine, and Hebert Rayn. Violent allegory
of the closing of the West. Color and Scope.
Admission: 50 oents.
ALEXANDER’S RAGTIME BAND - 1938 -
U.S.A. Directed by Henry King. With Alice
Faye, Tyrone Power, Don Ameche, and Ethel
Merman. From the Barbary Coast to the Big
Time, with twenty-six Irikng Berlin hits.
Also: BUSBY BERKELEY AND THE
EXIT SMILING - 1926 - U.S.A. Directed by
Sam Taylor. With Beatrice Lillie. Rollicking
film debut for Miss Lillie, the funniest woman
in films. Also:
THE CIRCUS - 1928 - U.S.A. Directed by
Charles ChapUn. With Charles Chaplin. A
perceptive comedy master work, one of
Chaplin’s very best.
UMBERTO D. - 1952 - ITALY Directed by
Vittorio de Sica. With Carlo Battisti. The last
great film of Italian neo-realism, and quite
LORD LOVE A DUCK -1966 - U.S.A. Directed
by George Axelrod. Roddy McDowall,
Tuesday Weld, and Ruth Gordon. A totally
insane satire that defies description.
GIRL CRAZY - 1943 - U.S.A. Directed by
Norman Taurog. With Mickey Rooney and
Judy Garland. The best of the Rooney-
Garland films, and that’s saying plenty.
Great Gershwin score.
THE UNHOLY THREE - 1925 - U.S.A. With
Lon Chaney and Victor McLaglen. Also:
THE BLACK BIRD - 1926 - U.S.A. With Lon
Chaney and Renee Adoree.
THE SHOW -1927 - U.S.A. With John GUbert,
Renee Adoree, and Lionel Barrymore.
WEST OF ZANZIBAR -1928 - U.S.A. With Lon
Chaney and Lionel Barrymore
WHERE EAST IS EAST - 1929 - U.S.A. With
Lon Chaney and Lupe Velez.
DRACULA -1931 - U.S.A. With Bela Lugosi.
FREAKS -1932 - U.S.A. With Olga Baclanova,
Wallace Ford, and a cast of actual freaks.
MARK OF THE VAMPIRE - 1935 - U.S.A.
With Bela Lugosi and Lionel Barrymore.
THE DEVIL DOLL -1936 - U.S.A. With Uonel
Barrymore and Maureen O’Sullivan.
ZIEGFELD FOLLIES -1946 - U.S.A. Directed
by Vincente Minnelli. With William Powell,
Judy Garland, Gene Kelly, Fred Astaire,
Lucille Ball, and Fanny Brice. All-star cast
brings back vaudeville on a grand scale.
MR. DEEDS GOES TO TOWN - 1936 - U.S.A.
Directed by Frank Capra. With Gary Cooper
and Jean Arthur. Outstanding comedy of
small-town innocence triumphing over big
city sophistication. Also: Walt Disney’s
PETER AND THE WOLF. Color.
TOKYO STORY - 1963 - JAPAN Directed by
Vasujiro Ozu. With Chishu Ryu. A long-
unseen work of art which fully deserves the
legendary reputation it has acquired.
Calendar of Events
Oct. 10 Voice Dept. Recital- Rm. 113- 7:00-10:00
Oct. 20 NCSA Orch. Concert- 8:15- Salem Fine Arts Center
Oct. 21 Starker Master Class
Nov. 1-11 “Little Murders”- Drama Workshop
Nov. 3 Violin Recital- Lynn Homer- 8:15- Rm. 113
NCSA FILM FESTIVAL
Oct. 10 Jules and Jim
Oct. 17 Knife in the Water
Oct. 24 Miss Julie
Oct. 31 Black Orpheus
All showings at 8:30 p.m. in Commons Gym unless otherwise noted.
Homecoming Dance and The Picking of our Queen.
The Big Game!!
According to Robert Lindgren,
director of the Dance Theatre
and Dean of the School of Dance,
“the dance theatre can now fulfill
one of the things the arts school
was set up to do— train
professional dancers and keep
them performing in the South.”
The North Carolina Dance
Theatre is composed of fifteen
former N.C.S.A. dancers. Nine of
them were with the company last
year full time and three were
apprentices. Three new members
have returned to the city and
The season for the relatively
new company opened September
27 at the University of Montevallo
in Alabama. Throughout the
year, the company will be dan
cing in six states, including six
engagements in North Carolina.
Two new ballets now ready for
presentation are Charles Czar-
ny’s “Bach; Brandenburg
Three” and Alvin Alley’s
“Myth.” Both Czarny and Ailey
have been on campus this fall
supervising and polishing their
works prior to the September 27
The dancers will perform in
Winston-Salem twice during the
season- November 25 and March
9-10. They are Sharone Filone,
Kathleen Fitzgerald, Rodwic
Fukino, Jan Horn, Cortlandt
Jones, Lynn Keeton, Liz Kuethe,
Warren Lucas, Linda Miller,
Susan Moore, Nancy Thuesen
(PICTURED ON THE FRONT
PAGE IN VIENNA, VIRGINIA
THIS SUMMER), and Gerald
Have any ideas, suggestions or gripes? Student Council Meetings
are held every We^esday at 12:00 noon in Seminar B.
College Seniors interested in
applying for a Fulbright
Scholarship should come to Dr.
Baskin’s Office this week for
information and application
NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP CORPORATION
Three North Carolina School of the Arts high school seniors have
received Letters of Commendation from the National Merit
Scholarship Corporation (NMSC).
The recipients, honored for their high performance on the 1971
Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test National Merit Scholarship
Qualifying Test (PSAT NMSQT), were amounced by Gerd Young,
director of the school’s High School division.
The students are Carol Collier, visual arts, Wilmington, N.C.; Dawn
Hannay, viola. Chapel Hill, N.C.; and Robert Tiller, tuba, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Tiller, Jr. 810 Austin Lane, Winston-Salem.
The NMSC has named 37,000 commended students in the United
States. These students are among the upper 2 percent of those who are
expected to graduate from high school in 1973.
Edward C. Smith, president of NMSC, said: ’’Their high per
formance on the PSAT NMSQT shows promise of continued success in
college. Both these students and our nation will benefit from their