8 Weekender Friday, December 2, 1977
Continued from page 7.
Victorian thriller will be presented at 8 p.m.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday and at 5 p.m.
Saturday in 06 Graham Memorial by the
UNC Laboratory Theatre.
The Tooth of Crime A musical play by
Sam Shepard about the deadly conflict
between two rock and roll superstars. It will
be presented at The Community Church
(corner of Purefoy and Mason Farm roads
in Chapel Hill) by the Gallery Theatre at 8:30
p.m. Friday and Saturday. For information
call The Art School, 942-2041.
Bubbling Brown Sugar The Carolina
Union sponsors this popular Broadway
musical fantasia of Harlem from 1910-1940,
which features many of the nostalgic hits of
the era. Performances are at 3 and 8 p.m.
Saturday in Memorial Hall.
I Remember Mama The good years of
1910 are happily relived in this popular
Broadway play about a struggling
Norwegian-American family in San
Francisco and their inspiring mother. At the
Raleigh Little Theatre, 301 Pogue St.,
Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. Call 821-3 1 1 1
In Focus John Mayall and Louden
Wainwright HI are the featured artists
Friday from 6 to 1 1 p.m. on WDBS, FM 107.
Radio Cartoons - WXYC, 89.3 FM
begins a weekly series of favorite cartoons
starring Woody Woodpecker, Elmer Fudd,
and Bugs Bunny each Saturday morning at
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Acting workshop here
Bernard Hopkins (right) and Ian
White, two actors from the Stratford
Festival. Ontario, Canada, will be in
Chapel Hill to perform ; scenes from
classical comedies and to 'conduct an
instructional workshop on comedy. The
scenes will be presented at 5 p.m. today
and the workshop, which will consist of
work sessions using scenes prepared by
undergraduate drama majors, will be
Saturday at 10 a.m. Both sessions will be
in Graham Memorial, and the public is
invited to observe. This workshop is
sponsored by the Department of
Dramatic Art as part of its undergraduate
Hopkins has been with the Stratford
Festival for the past three seasons and
was seen in such roles as Snug in A
Midsummer Night's Dream.
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John Gallagher (background) and John Teague (foreground) rehearse a scene from
Sam Shepard's The Tooth Of Crime, which opened last night and will play through
Dec. 10 at The Community Church in Chapel Hill, produced by the Gallery Theatre of
the Carrboro Art School.
'Tooth of Crime' opens
Shepard's rock play
The Tooth of Crime, a play with rock 'n'
roll, by Sam Shepard, runs tonight and
Saturday night, and Dec. 8, 9 and 10, at The
Community Church. Curtain is at 8:30 p.m.
The Community Church is located at the
corner of Purefoy and Mason Farm roads in
The Tooth of Crime is produced by the
Gallery Theatre of the Carrboro Art School,
where theatrical activities of late have been
drawing increasing attention. The Gallery
Theatre has put together an interesting array
of contemporary American plays this
season, an, according to director John L.
Thomas, The Tooth of Crime should be the
most exciting yet.
"It is a high energy story of two rocker
heroes in a deadly conflict for the number
one spot," says Thomas. "I think The Tooth
of Crime is Shepard's best play. The show is
many things at once. 1 could try to describe it
as 'a western science fiction musical sports
story'. . .or 'a drama of action and suspense,'
'a story of rock and roll, crime and the death
of a star.' There are many things at work
Due to the mature subject matter. The
Gallery Theatre will not admit anyone under
16 to the performance unless accompanied
by an adult.