Tuesday, November 12, 1974
Tuesday, November 12, 1974
Faculty Art Exhibit - Opening Friday,
November 15, showing through
December 12 at Salem Fine Arts Center
Galleries, Salem College. From 9 a.m. to
9 p.m. weekdays, and 1 to 9 p.m.
Sundays. Call 723-7961, ext. 313 for
Art Exhibition - Mary Goslen.
Sponsored by Art Gallery Originals.
From 2 to 5 p.m. Call 723-9075.
Art Exhibit - By Don Fuller and
students. Opens Sunday, November 24,
showing through December 6 at the
Convalescent Center. Sponsored by the
Altrusa Club. Call 768-2339 for
Forsyth County Public Library
Tuesday Night Movies - every Tuesday
night at the Main Library Auditorium,
660 west 5th Street, at 7:30 p.m., free.
November 12 - “1,000 Eyes of Dr.
November 19 - “The Autobiography of
Miss Jane Pittman.”
November 26 - “Study in Scarlet”.
NCSA FILM SERIES - Every Sunday
night in Crawford Hall.
November 17 - “Death in Venice”.
November 24 - “All the Kings Men”.
December 8 - “The Best of Bogart” and
Taking Off - Wednesday, Thursday,
November 27 and 28, in Hanes
Community Center Theater. Sponsored
by Film Friends, this film explores the
underground world of dropouts.
Considered the best American film of
1971. Call 727-3317.
CAROLINA THEATER - Equinox and
■Super Dragon. Call 722-8502 for times.
PARKVIEW THEATERS I AND II -
Women in Cell Block No. 7 and The Trial
of Billy Jack. Call 784-0220 for times.
PARKWAY THEATER - The Odessa
File. Call 725-5992 for times.
KEYNOLDA THEATERS I AND II -1:
The Trial of Billy Jack. II: Tamerind
Seed. Call 723-8711 for times.
THRL’WAY THEATER - The Bears
and I and The Shaggy Dog: starts
Friday, November 15 - Conrack. Call 722-
:i439 for times.
THUNDERBIRD DRIVE-IN - Poor
White Trash and The Playmates. Call
788-5183 for times.
WINSTON THEATER - Airport 1975,
running until December 19. Call 723-4585
N.C.S.A. ORCHESTRA CONCERT -
Friday, November 15, at 8:15 p.m. in
Crawford Hall. Robert Ward Conducting.
Winston-Salem Symphony Concert -
Tuesday, November 19, at 8:15 in
Reynolds Auditorium. Program will
feature music for organ, brass, and
timpani, including Honnegers’
Christmas Cantata, performed with
chorus, and Mozarts’ Symphony No. 40 in
G minor. Call 725-1035 for more
Annual Barbershop Harmony Show -
Friday, November 22, at 8 p.m. in Salem
Fine Arts Center, Salem College.
Presented by the Winston-Salem chapter
of Sweet Adelines to benefit the
Northwest Ministry Special Interests
Center. Call 924-4874.
Wake Forest Chamber Music Society
Concert - Monday, November 25, 8:15
p.m. in Heynolda House. The NCSA
F'ELLOWSHIP PLAYERS, sponsored by
the Wake Fore.st University Chamber
Music Society and Reynolda House. Call
725-5325 or 748-2481 for information and
Elly Ameling, Soprano - Tuesday,
November 25, at 8:15 in Reynolds
Auditorium. Presented by the Winston-
Salem Music As.sociation. Call 765-0174
(members or season tickets only).
Handels' Messiah - Sunday, December
1, 3:30 p.m., in Reynolds Auditorium.
Sponsored by the Mozart Club. Call 722-
8539 for "information.
Johnny lieinhard, bassoon, December
6 at 8:15 PM in the Recital Hall.
Susan Winthrop, french horn,
December 7 at 8:15 PM in Crawford Hall.
Kathy Hahn, Clarinet, December 10 at
8:15 PM in the Recital Hall.
The Stanze- Peterson Dancers -
Tuesday, November 12,8:15 in the Salem
Fine Arts Center. Call 725-3563 for ticket
“YES” in concert - Sunday, November
24, 8 p.m. at Greensboro Coliseum, with
special guest “Gryphon”. Tickets $5.50 in
advance, $6.50 day of performance.
Tickets available at Reznicks’ Records,
Thruway. Call 294-2870 for further
See Dave Belnap if you are interested
in attending the following, admission
Winston-Salem Symphony Concert -
(see under MUSIC)
Free tickets and transportation.
Don Juan in Hell - (See under
THEATRE) free tickets.
Elly Ameling, Soprano - (See under
MUSIC) Free tickets and transportation.
Taking Off - (See under FILM) Free
REMEMBER; Dave Belnap also has
discount tickets for the Thruway,
Winston, Carolina, and Thunderbird
drive in theaters. These tickets cost just
$1.25, giving a big 50 per cent of the
normal admission. They’re good at all
ABC theaters anytime, except for road
shows, special attractions and late
shows. A good deal!
IMPORTANT - There will be free
transportation to the “YES” concert. See
Happenings for the time of departure.
THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE
- Opens Tuesday, November 13, runs
through Sunday, November 17 matinee.
For reservations, go to room 308, Main
Administration Bldg. Curtain 8:15 p.m.
m the DOME.
Uncle Vanya - Opens Wednesday
November 13, runs through Saturday
November 23, except for the 17th and
mh. Time is 8:15 in Studio 8 East, Z.
Smith Reynolds Library. Presented by
Wake Forest University Theatre. Call
725-9711 ext. 265.
Inherit the Wind - November 15-17 and
19-24 at 8:15 in the Hanes Community
Theater. Presented by the Little Theatre.
Call 725-4001. (Check HAPPENINGS for
date of special performance for NCSA
Don Juan in Hell - Thursday
November 21, at 8:15 in Wait Chapel
Auditorium. Dramatic reading by
Ricardo Montalban, Edward Mulhare,
Kurt Kaszner and Myrna Ix)y. Sponsored
by Wake Forest University Artists
Series. Call 725-9711 ext. 410.
The first five of the following events
are on Tuesday, November 12.
Lecture by David Toma - 8:15 p.m. in
Wait Chapel at Wake Forest University.
David Toma is the Newark detective
whose exploits are the basis for the ABC
T.V. show “TOMA”.
Piedmont Lecturer - Prof. Lamar P.
Miller, of New York University. 1 p.m. at
the Salem College Fine Arts Center
Drama Workshop. Call 723-7961.
Museum Lectures - Museum of Early
Southern Decorative Arts, 8 p.m., 924
South Main Street. On “The lesser
decorative arts objects as used in
Charleston homes prior to 1820”.
Lecture and Discussion on the
Drawings of John White - Reynolda
House, 8 p.m. lecturer Doug Waldorf,
Director of Roanoke Island Historical
Park. Call 725-5325.
LECTURE, A NEW LOOK AT
REMBRANDT AND VERMEER - 8 p.m.
at Hanes Community Center Gallery.
Lecturer Penny Griffin; a regular
monthly meeting of Associated Artists of
Winston-Salem. Call 765-1849.
SEMINAR - Wednesday, November 13,
7:30 p.m. in the south wing of the Main
Hall, Salem College. “Feminist
Movement: Alternatives.” Call 723-7961
Lecture, WHAT ARE THE ARTISTS
OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY
SAYING? - At Reynolda House
Thursday, November 14. Lecturers: Mrs.
Frances Mudge, curator of the Emily
Dickinson Home; and Dr. Cyclone
Covey, WFU. Call 725-5325.
Annual HOLIDAY SALE - Saturday,
November 16,10 a.m. - 9 p.m. at Benton
Convention Centers. Sponsored by
Winston-Salem Crafts Guild. Call 723-
MISS WINSTON-SALEM PAGEANT -
Saturday November 30, 8 p.m. in
Reynolds Auditorium. Sponsored by
Winston-Salem Jaycees. Call 722-7466.