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September 23, 1982 E WU Supplement Page 17 00ine Arts Calendar for Fall Quarter . 23 Oct. 2 Ly Exhibition The EWU Marching Band . noon to 1 p.m. performs at Albi Stadium at 7 !Ilia Gallery Art p.m. in the EWU vs. Cal. Poly g display will game. h Oct. 14. Oct. 9 25 The EWU Marching Band rching Band performs at 7 p.m. in the Joe the home sta- Albi Stadium during the EWU .ra. vs. Portland State Game. ibit entitled, Oct. 20 of Bore- A "Contemporary Jewelry GallerySeven Exhibition" featuring artist Artists Ron Ho, Romona Solberg and Tom Ask- Laurie Hall opens and contin- and Richard ues through Nov. 11 at the display their Main Gallery in the Art De- iTJll Oct. 28. partment. tel to provide amount of live music present- community ed by MPTF exceeds.that of quality en- organizations such as the the univer- Ford Foundation. "Nooners" has joined In Spokane, the MPTF has ! Music Perfor- allotted $50,000 for local live and the performances. Public perfor- Union. mances use 50 percent o the *s ago, the new funds, educational perfor- 'J With free per- mances use another 25 per- €'ii,,. Spokane s re- cent and the remainder is :.Vaughn and the earmarked for institutional racy.- performances at places such sek, the local as Lakeland Village and ii_the MPTF said Eastern State Hospital. ition is a non- Performances planned at organization EWU will feature an expan- but estab- sive array of Spokane's finest corn- musicians. During Home- under coming Week concerts featur- with ing more than five decades of of- music will entertain all age groups (see related story in '.arrangement, this issue). of record Other concerts include the for contemporary rock group Oct. 25 A faculty music recital fea- turing Karen Noble and James Edmonds begins at 8 p.m. in Showalter Auditor- ium. Nov. 2 An exhibit of "Fantasy Paint- ings" by Robert Carrico is on display through Dec. 6 at Gallery Seven in the Bon Marche. Nov. 4 The University Theatre De- partment will present "Our Town" at 8 p.m. in the Uni- versity Theatre. The show will play Nov. 4-6, Nov. 11-13 and Nov. 18-20. Nov. 6 The EWU Marching Band will perform at the Seattle Seahawks game in the King- dome. Nov. 16 An historical exhibition en- titled "Five Centuries of Mas- ter Prints" opens in the main gallery and will continue through Dec. 10. Nov. 18 Faculty members Richard Obregon and James Ed- monds will perform at 8 p.m. in the Music Building Recital Hall. Nov. 21 The EWU Orchestra will per- form at 3 p.m. in Showalter Auditorium in Showalter Hall. Dec. 1 EWU's Music Ensembles will -present their annual Christ- mas Concert at 8 p.m. in the multi-purpose room of the Pence Union Building. Dec. 4 Opera Workshop Scenes will be presented by John Duenow at 4 p.m. in the Music Build- ing Recital Hall. The EWU Jazz Ensemble/ Lab Band will perform at 8 p.m. in the PUB Theatre programs slated Eastern Washington Uni- versity Theatre's 1982-83 sea- son will bring to area audi- ences a varied theatre pro- gram, full of drama, dance and comedy. Opening the season in early November is Thornton Wilder's ever popular, prize winning play, "Our Town." Directed by Norman C. Bou- langer, this charming classic is a nostalgic look at the lives of the citizens of Grovers Corners, New Hampshire during the early 1900's. Their daily struggles, simple joys, and poignant sorrows create an endearing story, a favorite for any audience. Continuing the season, Eastern Washington Univer- sity Dance Theatre will pre- sent their annual dance con- cert in mid-January and early February. Choreo- llees Because "Streetcar" on Sept. 30; a Blood drive set dustry offsets five-woman group from Col- aces, the pro- ville, "The Dishpan Hands The Eastern Washington as a vehicle Band", with Appalachian and University ROTC Depart- the recording bluegrass music; "The ment will sponsor a blood . return some Shades," a modern jazz band drive Nov. 3 and 4. L to stimulate on Nov. 9; The Dixieland Volunteer donors can re- Usic. band from Expo, "Dixie '82" port to the Multipurpose I!IiPTF is the on Nov. 18 and the country Room of the PUB from 8 a.m. lYer of musi- rock group "Wichita" on Nov. to 5 p.m., either day. ?e World. The 30. ,dent theatre di- [ e'hOreographers ,€ new onportun- .t Eastern Wash- ',ity to show %rough a new, : ¢linated pro- ql)Vo will ben °ordinated by ! raajor Rebe- . As an intern,  Other students !'h. o,a works on day, Wednes- ay afternoons :'i % the title. ittldents can diaator at the f Theatre on 3and 5 p m, graphers Edie Bucklin and Leonard J. Fowler will colla- borate to present a fine pro- gram of dance for which they have been credited in the past. The concert will include jazz, modern and classical ballet, and is certain to offer audiences a delightful even- ing of entertainment. Shakespeare's "Hamlet" will open in late February and continue through early March at University Theatre. Dr. R. Boyd Devin, who last season directed "Godspell" and the Western Musical Comedy "Willow Springs", will direct this tale of the Prince of Denmark. "Ham- let" is Shakespeare's most widely acclaimed drama, in- volving an intricate plot of intrigue, love, murder and revenge. In an abrupt change of pace, Eastern will conclude its season with their produc- tion of "Anything Goes", with music and lyrics by Cole Porter and book by Guy Walton and P.G. Wodehouse. This clever and farcical plot develops on board ship dur- ing a seavoyage by a variety of traveling companions -- petty criminals, wealthy no- bility, and night club per- formers. The result is hilar- ious. The delightful musical score includes such favorites as "I Get a Kick Out of You" and "Blow, Gabriel, Blow." Upbeat musical numbers and clever dialouge combine to create an evening of "Any- thing Goes", directed by Edie Bucklin and with musical direction by John Duenow. The upcoming season cf classics at Eastern Washing- ton University Theatre pro- mises to be diverse and excit- ing. For further information contact the Department of Theatre at Eastern at 359-2825 or at 458-6200 ext. 2825 from Spokane. CHENEY OWL PHARMACY 120 F Street 238-8441 EWU STUDENTS SEE US FOR • GREAT GIFT ITEMS •PRESCRIPTIONS • FULL LINE COSMETICS • CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS • PERSONAL GROOMING NEEDS •NON-PRESCRIPTION MEDICAL COUNSELING IS AVAILABLE • NOVELTY ITEMS WEL COME BACK A