The Four Musketeers The second part of
Lester's slapstick swashbuckler continues the
adventures of D'Artagnan and his cohorts as they
fall into another evil plot of Cardinal Richelieu's
(Charlton Heston) and Lady De Winter's (Faye
Dunaway). Dunaway is featured this time out, and
her malevolent performance is a highlight. With
Raquel Welch as the clumsy handmaiden. At 7
and 9:30 tonight in Carroll Hall. Admission is $1
and tickets are available at the Union Desk. No
money will be taken at the door. ,
Othello Laurence Olivier as the jealous
Moor, Othello who is duped into thinking his wife
Desdemona (Maggie Smith) is unfaithful by the
plot of the evil Iago (Frank Finlay). This film of
the stage production offers Olivier in one of his
most aggressive and strenuous performances. At
6:30 and 9:30 p.m. Saturday in Carroll Hall. Free.
Hearts And Minds An incredibly powerful
and fast-moving documentary on the Vietnam
War, the ideas behind it, the American attitudes
toward it, and its effect on both America and
Vietnam. Included are interviews with General
Westmoreland, William Fulbright, and Daniel
Ellsberg. At 7 and 9:30 p.m. Sunday in Carroll
The Way It Was-Sports-Rocky Graziano
and Tony Azael relive their world middleweight
championship bout, held June 10, 1948 at
Newark, N.J. At 8:30 p.m. Saturday on Channels
2 and 11.
Masterpiece Theatre Love blossoms
between Georgina and a dashing marquis in Part
14 of Upstairs, Downstairs, but their plans to
marry meet with opposition from the young man's
family. At 10 p.m. Saturday on Channel 4.
For a Few Dollars More Clint Eastwood
returns as the Man with No Name in this sequal to
The annual N.C. Collegiate Jazz Festival
will be held Saturday and Sunday, April 23
and 24, in Memorial Hall. John Harding,
director of the UNC Jazz Lab Band and
founder and host of the festival, said seven
small combos will perform on Saturday,
beginning at 1 p.m., each playing for 45
minutes until 6 p.m. Sunday's big bands
session will begin at noon and continue until
6 p.m. Admission is free and the public may
come and go at any period during the
performances. Other participants in the
festival will be from Appalachian State
University, East Carolina University, Duke
University, Campbell College, N.C. Central
University, Wake Forest and Elon College.
The return of the
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In Charlotte Call 704-568-5411.
The Whitehead Medical Society
Don Fiddler, M.D.
General Admission $1.00
General Admission $1.00
Medical School Faculty
and Students Free
Tickets available at the Union
Desk or at the door
I964's A Fistful of Dollars. This time the laconic
gunfighter joins forces with a bounty hunter to run
down a vicious bandit. At 9 p.m. Sunday on
Palll$er Glencora and Plantagenet have
misgivings about being the Duke and Duchess of
Omunuim in Part 12. Plantagenet is unhappy
about relinquishing his post as Chancellor of the
Exchequer, and Glencora fears that new
responsibilities will restrict her freedom. At 10
p.m. Sunday on Channel 4.
Cat's Cradle Mike Williams performs at 9
tonight and Saturday. Admission $2.
Compardies Decatur Jones and Grinding
Concern will give their final performance at 9:30
tonight and Saturday. Admission $1.
Gryphon Tempest featuring Adele Foster
will perform at 9 tonight and Saturday.
Station (in Carrboro) Hardtimes String Band
will perform from 9 to I tonight and Saturday.
Playmaker Repertory Company presents
Once in a Lifetime, an uproarious comic romp
through the early days of Hollywood, at 8 tonight
and Saturday and April 26 through 30 in the
Playmaker's Theatre. Also at 2 p.m. Saturday, a
matinee. Tickets are available at the PRC Box
Office in Graham Memorial, The Print Shop and
bedbetter-Pickard's. Tickets are $4.50 on the
weeknights and $4.95 on weekends.
Carolina Regional Theatre presents Saints
and Sinners at 8 tonight at the v Carrboro
Elementary School Auditorium. Tickets are
available at Ledbetter-Pickard's and the Carrboro
Village Dinner Theatre presents Man of La
Mancha through May 15. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
and tickets are $12.50 Friday and Saturday night
and $11 Monday through Thursday.
Durham Savoyards present Gilbert and
Sullivan's comic operetta The Sorcerer, at 8:15
1976 The Miller
tonight and Saturday in Page Auditorium on the
Duke University campus. Tickets are $3.50 and
can be purchased at Ledbetter-Pickard's, The
Durham Arts Council Building, and at Page Box
South Campus Bash Two bands. Merging
Traffic and the Vandales will play from 8 to 1
tonight in Ramshead Parking lot. Free. The rain
site is the Tin Can.
Hill Hall Sunday Concerts The University
Chorus under the direction of Carl Stam will
perform at 4 p.m. Sunday in Hill Hall. Also
Pianist Marvin Blickenstaff will perform at 8 p.m.
Sunday in Hill Hall.
Planetarium North Gallery Exhibit
Watercolors by Nadine Vartainan of Durham will
be showing during the month of April. Hours are 2
to 5 p.m. and 7:30 to 10 p.m. on weekdays; 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m., and 7:30 to 10 p.m. Saturdays; and 2 to 5
p.m. and 7:30 to 10 p.m. Sundays.
Photography Exhibit- Ho Silver, a
photography exhibit by Cliff Haac & Richard
Lewison will be showing through May 7 at the art
school in Carrboro.
Morehead Planetarium Spring Sky
Rambles is showing at the Planetarium through
May 9. Hours are 8 p.m. every evening and II
a.m., 1 and 3 p.m. on Saturdays; and 2 and 3 p.m.
on Sundays. Admission is $1.25 for students.
WUNC (91.5 FM)
Today At 9 p.m. World Music days, taped in
Boston in October 1976. Su Harmon, soprano and
Nora Post, oboist, perform works of Prado,
DeKruyf, Rosenman, Soproni and Iturriberry.
Saturday At 1 1 a.m. Gary Shivers on Jazz.
Jazz expert and WUNC Program Manager
features the latest and best in jazz.
WXYC (89.3 FM)
Sunday At 2:30 p.m. Sounds of Culture.
Music from a foreign country.
At 10:30 p.m. Artist Profile. Featured this week
is an exclusive interview and music by one of the
world's most popular rock bands. Black Sabbath
Brewing Co.. Milwaukee, Wis.
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By STEVE SHRAEDER
Lights low, air thick; the crowd waits, anxious.
A flashlight beam bounces across the stage, five
dark shadows following. Silence, then the eerie
moan of a synthesizer spewing space whispers.
Bass vibrations join the conservation and its soft
1 "bo-boo-ba-boo-ba-bum" seduces a reply from
the drums. Suddenly, congas jump in and the talk
gets louder, faster, like a summer shower turning
into a downpour. Lightning strikes, thunder rolls,
but no one runs for shelter when Weather Report
plays; everyone gets wet.
And rain it did Tuesday night at Greensboro's
Triad Arena as Weather Report took to the stage.
Opening with the hum of swirling matter, it wasn't
long before the matter met and exploded into a
galaxy of multicolored sounds. The star-strutting
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LP, began picking at the bones of the audience
only to fade away into Wayne Shorter's
melancholy sax crying the cool-bop blues on "A
Remark You Made." If John Coltrane had been
there, he surely would have wept. But nothing is
forever at a Weather Report concert and before
the tears had a chance to dry, Badrena smacked his
congas, Pastorius slapped his bass and once again
the band was whirling through the space of
planetary funk with "Teen Town."
The elements of Weather Report's music are
varied and. like the weather, forever changing.
One is hit with such a variety of moods that it is not
difficult for the self to surrender to the feeling.
Only one thing remains constant that warm,
tickly sensation that rushes through the body, the
brain, registering "pleasure" wherever it happens
to touch. Weather Report's new LP is entitled
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There will be an afternoon recital of the
"Poetry and Music of Sidney Lanier" at 2
p.m. Sunday, April 24, in Gerrard Hall.
Lanier is best known for his often
anthologized poems "The Marshes of
Glynn" and "The Song of Chattahoochee,"
but what is little-known is that he was a
composer and a virtuoso flute player, highly
acclaimed by musical critics of his day.
The recital will feature several of Lanier's
most famous poems as well as his songs and
flute pieces, some of which are being
performed for the first time. The performers
will be Lynn Eisenberg, flute, accompanied
by Judy MacLellan, piano; Florence
Peacock, soprano, accompanied by Patricia
Davis, piano; and Cheryl Oxford, reader.
The program has been coordinated by Jane
S. Gabin, a doctoral candidate who is
writing her dissertation on Lanier under the
direction of Dr. Lewis Leary. Admission is
Heavy Weather. Tuesday night they weren't just
heavy, they were stormin'.
Special guest star for Tuesday night's show was
Al DiMeola, previously of Chick Corea's Return
to Forever band. Dressed in black leather vest,
white-shirted shoulders jerking like a gaucho tied
to a steer, DiMeola comes on like cocaine, his
guitar shooting machine gun serenades into every
muscle of the body. He opened his set with "The
Wizard" from his first solo LP, Land of the
Midnight Sun. The rest of the act focused on more
recent material from Elegant Gypsy, DiMeola's
latest release. DiMeola is fast, sometimes too fast
for the other members of the band to keep up with.
Rumor has it that he was using only half of
Weather Report's sound system because he had
been blowing the audiences clean out of the
auditorium during previous shows. He nearly did
it again Tuesday night.