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A show and a legend
Suave, charismatic Mitchell
Gregg (left) stars as the
Frenchman Emile de
Becque in South Pacific at
the Village Dinner Theater.
Gimghoul Castle, built in
1927, and home of the Order
of the Gimghouls. Stories on
both appear on page 3.
Betty Baugh Harrison, a
freshman on the women's
tennis team, is eager to play
against Trenton State today,
her first collegiate match.
Will Wilson reviews the team
on page 7. On the same page
is a preview of the football
game Saturday against
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Friday, September 23, 1977, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Durham street fair tomorrow
Annual arts celebration
This juggling display was one of the many offerings of last year's Durham Street Arts
Celebration. This year artisans, musicians and dancers will also be downtown to add
to the fun. Activities run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. baturaay
Tomorrow's 4th Annual Durham Street Arts Celebration, sponsored by the
Durham Arts Council, promises to be better than ever, featuring all the favorite
activities of past celebrations as well as new events and entertainment, including a 5
p.m. street dance for everyone, in the 5-Points area.
Durham Arts Council volunteers will be downtown tomorrow with programs
and answers to all questions about the festival, which lasts from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
These volunteers will be wearing hats embellished with the sunflower logo Frank
Holyfield designed for the celebration.
The Arts Council has printed over 350 T-shirts and 400 posters by hand, silk
screening the sunflower design.
Performances of all kinds will take place on the two stages located at 5-Points and
Mangum St. Jazz, folk, rock, old-time and bluegrass will be heard throughout the
day, and the Durham Symphony will give a special performance in the 5-Points area
at 3 p.m.
Two senior citizens' groups will perform as part of the Arts Experiences for Older
Americans program. One senior citizens group will do an original skit and a second
group will perform a series of folk dances. ,
The Apple Chill Cloggers will kick the celebration off at 10 a.m. with other
performances scheduled throughout the day. A Street Dance is planned for the 5
Points area from 5 until 6:30 p.m. to close this year's festival.
Food concessions of all kinds will be available including hot dogs, ice cream,
cotton candy, lemonade and soft drinks in addition to the food which will be
available from the downtown restaurants and snack bars. A special sidewalk crepes
cafe will be located near the 5-Points Foundation and will be serving three kinds of
crepes. . . .
The Children's Area will be located at Main and Mangum St. Activities will
include building wood sculpture, face painting, creative movement, mural painting
as well as performances by the "Touch" mime and jugglers.
There will also be a doll-making workshop at which children will make rag dolls
and clothespin dolls from remnants and bits of yarn.
Invitations have been sent to area artists by the sponsors of the Celebration, the
Downtown Revitalization Foundation and the Durham Arts Council and its
member organizations. A wide variety of art work and crafts will line the streets and
sidewalks of downtown. All of the work will be for sale by the artists and craftsmen.
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Mother Vsevlod Pudovkin, 1926.
In this experimental film, a woman
discovers that radical action is the only
protection against a wicked state. The
director plays an egotistical policeman.
Based on a story by Gorky. At 7 and
9:30 p.m. Friday in Carroll Hall. Free
with student ID.
Lord of the Files Peter Brook,
1963. Chilling portrait of the primitive
in all of us, featuring English schoolboys 3
stranded on an island after a plane
crash. Some fight for power, others for
their lives. At 7 and 9:30 p.m. Saturday
in Carroll Hall. Free with student ID.
Freaks Tod Browning, 1932.
Louella Parsons says it best "For pure
sensationalism, 'Freaks' tops any
picture yet produced." Starring dwarves
and other circus sideshow stars. At 7
and 9:30 p.m. Sunday in Carroll HalL
Free with student ID.
Carolina Twin Three Women.
Altman's latest. With Shelley Duvall,
Sissy Spacek, Janice Rule. 942-3061.
Carolina Twin You Light Up My
Friday and Saturday Late Show
at the Carolina Twin are Carnal
Knowledge and Paper Chase. 11:30
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Sissy Spacek and Shelley Duvall star in Three Women at the Carolina Theatre.
Janice Rule co-stars in the emotionally-charged tale of feminine relationships.
Robert Altman directs. Adwiiment