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18 The Tar Heel Thursday. August 4, 1977
Becky Bur chant
The Spy Who Loves Me the newest
James Bond film will run through
September at the Plaza One.
Rescuers -an animated Disney movie will
tentatively run from August l2through 25 at
the Plaza Two.
March or Die starring Gene Hackman will
hegin August 26 at the Plaza Two.
New York, New York a musical starring
Robert DeNiro and Liza Minelli will have its
Chapel H ill premiere August 1 1 at the Plaza
Breaking Training the, saga of the Bad
News Bears continues until August 22 at the
One on One a story of basketball and love
will play t h rough August 22 at the Ram Two.
The Van this summer's largest grossing B
film will run through August 22 at the Ram
Star Wars George Lucas's science fiction
fantasy starring Mark Hamill, Harrison
Ford and Alec Guinness is booked through
August 25 at the Varsity Theatre.
August 3 through 7 at 8:15, in the Raleigh
Little Theatre amphitheatre adjoining the
Rose Garden. Adults $4; Students $3;
Preschool $2. For reservations call 82 1-3 1 11 .
Audition for Broadway's prize-winning
musical, Guys and Dolls. Various parts
available. Auditions will be held Sunday,
August 7 from 2-4 p.m.; Monday, August 8
from 7-9:30 p.m.; Tuesday, August 9 from 7
9:30 p.m. at the Raleigh Little Theatre
Auditorium in Raleigh.
Raleigh -Little Theatre recreates the familiar
children's classic The Wizard of Oz,
adapted from the book by L. Frank Baum.
Ackland Art Center Contemporary art in
the Ackland Collection. Museum hours are
1 0-5 Tuesday through Saturday; 2-i
Sunday. No admission charge. ,
The Art School Gallery The paintings ot
W. C. Richardson will be displayed through
August 14 at The Art School Gallery,
located at 150 E. Maixi Street in Carrboro.
Hours .are 10-5 and admission is free.
Juggernaut narrated by William Shatner
continues through Labor Day at the
Morehead Planetarium. Weekdays at II
a.m., 3 and p.m.: Saturdays at 11 a.m., 1,3
and 8 p.m.; Sundays at 2, 3 and 8 p.m.
Admission for children is $1.00: senior
citizens $1.25; all other adults $1.50.
North Carolina Museum of History
Home Industry: folk arts and crafts on
display during the month of August at the
museum in Raleigh." . ,
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Open Reading All poets and prose
writers are invited to read for 3-5 minutes at
the Art School, 150 E. Main Street in
Carrboro. At 8 p.m. Friday, August 18. The
public is also welcomed to attend.
Deep Joneh Lisa Uyanik will perform at
8:30 tonight in the Union Coffeehouse.
Chorus The Summer Session Chorus
conducted by Betsy Hood will entertain at 8
p.m. Friday in Hill Rehearsal Hall.
Yeomen of the Guard Another in the
series of Gilbert and Sullivan operettas. At 7
p.m. tonight on WUNC-FM, 91.5 FM.
The Gondolier A Gilbert and Sullivan
operetta at 7 p.m., August 1 1 on WUNC
FM, 91.5 FM.
Utopia, Limited Another in the series of
operettas from Gilbert and Sullivan. At 7
p.m. August 18 on WUNC-FM, 91.5 FM.
The Grand Duke The final in the series of
Gilbert and Sullivan operettas. At 7 p.m. on
August 25, WUNC-FM, 91.5 FM.
At The Top Jazz musicians Jimmy and
Marian McPartland are joined by drummer
George Read, clarinetist Herb Hall and
others for an hour show. At 10 p.m. tonight
on channel 4.
They Call Me Mister Tibbs Sidney
Poitier re-creates his role of Lt, Virgil Tibbs
: the suspense drama to be rebroadcast on
hs CBS Friday N ight M ovies, 9 p.m. Friday
on channel 11.
Americana "Sweet Land of Liberty"
A look at the gay communities in Moscow,
Idaho and Pullman, Washington includes
interviews with homosexuals who describe
the pressures they live under and with local
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Use Uyanik will perform tonight at 8:30 in
the Deep Jonah, located in the basement of
residents critical of the gay community. At
8:30 Saturday evening on channel 4.
Camera Three presents the Pennsylvania
Ballet dancing excerpts from "Time Passed
Summer," in a rebroadcast at 11 a.m.
Sunday on channel 4.
Performance at Wolf Trap Conductor
Andre Kostelanetz, violinist Yehudi
Menuhin and the National Symphony
Orchestra perform together in a concert
from the Wolf Trap Farm Park for the
Performing Arts. Tuesday at 8 p.m. on
Opera Theatre "Trouble in Tahiti":
Leonard Bernstein conducts his short,
satirical opera, a light-hearted but pointed
satire of the 1950's suburban sophistication
and material discontent. Tuesday evening at
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