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The Press. (Cortland, N.Y.) 1972-1990, April 29, 1988, Image 14

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\. FOURTEEN/Tile Pless/friday, Aprill9, 1988 :Play-a-thon-'88: A festival of one-act plays Special to The Press \Piay-a-thon 88\ a festival of student-directed one-act plays, will be presented May 1-4 in the Lab Theatre of the Dowd Fine Arts Center. 'Fhis annual festival provides a variety of types and styles of theatre as five plays are presented in repertory over fou.r nights. On Sunday, May 1, and Tuesday, May 3, two very different plays will be presented. \Hello Out There,\ William .Saroyan's tender drama about a brief encounter between a prisoner and a country girl, will be directed by Joe Goscinski. It will be followed by Harvey Fierstein's modern comedy of manners, \Fugue in the Nursery,\ about a gay cou- ple and a heterosexual couple together. It will be directed by Richard Moran. On Monday, May 2, and Wednesday May 4 three plays will be present~d. An- ton Chekhov's famous farce \The Marriage Proposal ,; will be directed by To~y Brown. It will be followed bv Israel Horovitz's dark, ex- perimental drama, \Stage Directions,'' directed by Diana Tinston. Closing the evening will be a -wild, feminist comedy, \Fits and Starts\ by Grace McKeaney, directed by Christine Troscher. All the directors for \Play-a-thon 88\ are from the theatre directing class supervised by Thomas Hischak. Performances start at 8:15 p.m. each evening and ad- mission is free. 3·3 IHX5 ICic:k-Atlantict(Chis Thomas) 4· ROIIERI' PUNT \D Now.nciZen-Esl'aranza/Atlantic (Tim Palmer. Robelt Plant and Ptlil Johnstone) 5·9 MICIIAELJACISON 26 llad-Epict\(Quincy.JooesandMichael JackSOn) &4 S11NG 20 ••• ~LiuttheSUn-A&Mt (Neil Dotfsmanand Sting) 7•5 11ffAilY 14 Tllllny-MCAt\(Geotge Tobin) •10 aoao••••s. VEDIAII Sclundlrack-A&M(DavidAnderle) 20-24 liZ 'lhe~tr.-lslandt'(Danle/ Lanoisanct Brian EnoJ 12-6 DAVIDLEEIOIII ~ WamerBros.(Davidlee Roth) on campus 13·8 liEF~ ltviiiM- Mercuryt\(Robert.John \Mutt\ Lange) By DARA A. BARBER Special to the Press Morley Safer was on the State University College at Cortland campus this past fall preparing a segment for 60 Minutes concerning a pro- fessor and his classes. Robert Thompson, assis- tant professor for the depart- - ment of Communication Studies, is one of three pro- fessors across the country who were interviewed for piece. Several of Thompson's classes which discussed television as an art form were filmed as well. The show will be aired either late this season or at the start of the fall season. THIS sdY.t••• ali'ca. I :15·15 ACI1IC llawUpYcuVIdeo-Atlantic (Hany Vanda anctGeo/ge Yamg) Six-Week program June 15tJhJuly \\' ...... \ Classes Mon.- Thurs. I Day & Evening. - -Ev_~ning and afternoon courses liteet.twice each week . ...,.__ / The Stmmer session at Kingsborough Community Colege offers a choice of over 120 college credit cOili'SeS in the libefal arls, sciences business, visual and performing ' arts-including required courses for all pre-professiOni JI!'C93IIIS. . Kingsborough's modem 67 ·acre seaside campus is located in beautiful residential Manhattan Beach. Convenient to public · trallSpOrlation-only 5 minutes from 1he Belt Parkway. Qn.campus parking available. L• Tlllll·$40.00 lllf credit. (N. Y.C. Residents) Mail-in registndion: Belore June 3rd. ln·person regisli'alion: June 13th. 25·19 ULT-N-PEPA Hal, Cool A Vldaul- Next Plateau• (HuroyLwt>ug) 26·29 IIICMIIDIIIARX 28 AlchlrdM811-EMI·Manhattant (David Cole and Richard Mane) 21-1.1 -IUUIIIISON 14 CloudNne-Dai1<Horset(Jefflynne and George Hamson) 28·34 WIIITELION Pllde-Atlantic(Michae/ Wagener) 29-22 IIELINOAfMIJSLE 20 IIIM'enon&lth-MCA* (Ric« No\AeiS) 30-17 WHIIISNAIIE 48 · WII 1Mke Geffeni'(MicnaetStone and Keith Olsen) 3:1: IIOMISDAY '0 ~nluc-WamerBros (Morris DaYJ 32·44 IODYWA11EY 24 ~w.llllr- MCA• (Andre (.)lmone. David z, Bemard Ect.vards and Pa!Tick Leonard) Music for • sprtng College Relations On May 1 ~at 3 p.m., the tate University College st Cortland Music Department · · ill present Choral Union · · nd the College Singers, con- ucted by Stephen B. Wilson, in a concert o 'cMusic For Spring.'' The program will begin ith the Choral Union's per- rmance of J.S. Bach's opular cantata ff4, \Christ ag in Todesbanden,\ (Christ Lay in the Bonds of Death). his work was written i 1724 in celebration of Easter. Soloist for this cantata will be Frank Gross, bass, Gail CroiPack, soprano, and Richard W. Cowles, Jr., tenor. Janet Radmore, th ' nsemble's accompanist, will e the pianist. Following intermission he College Singers will joi he Choral Union in a serie f madrigals and secula ongs for spring. Beginnin his section will be two o homas Morley's mos popular madrigals, ••sin We and Chant It\ and \I as A Lover and His Lass.' Following that will come six-part madrigal b Melchoir Franck, \Deares Sister, Lovely Bride.\ Th · text for this piece is draw from the Song of Solomon. - The program will conclud ith three colorful · sometimes humorou 'cHungarian Folk Songs\ b the 20th century compose Matyas Seiber. The concert will b resented in the Dowd Fin Arts Recital Hall. Admissio is free. We would like to thank all of the people .who were a part of our Spring '88 semester, especially: John Shirley - Cooperative Education Dennis Hall - Anheuser Busch HowardWilliams ..:.. IBM 1 *and especially our Advisor I Timothy I Phillips . ,; Student HIDY OCHIAI'S SUMMER KARATE MINI-COURSE F?r . s~lf-defens~ & sport, _physical fitness, self- d•sclpll!le, confidence, mind/body control, con- centration, relaxation, and inner peace ... Pro- gres~ at your own pace . . . ll)structed by John _Perncone, 4th Degree Blackbelt representative of ~~Master Hidy Ochiai,\ world renowned martial artist & author. 6 weeks instruction (12 lessons), Tues. & Th.urs. 6:30-8:00 pm. First meeting Tuesday June 21. \1 Preregistration 6 pm, Dance Studio' 327, PER ~ Center. Only $48. , For m~ne. information ca·ll . John Perricone at 1 r 753:.:7l79:'0PEN TO BEGINNERS 8-65. ~ . - . • -4; ~. ~ ' . . r .. '.\ ·-··- ~·~ . ! \' . • • .. ' -- .. . ,,,r;. . ... ·-· ' . ' .! j '·

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