t ) - - •• - • \ .. - ..... ..,., - .. .. - ...... - ~ ...... ~,.,.- ,.. .. -fill',. ... .. ~ .- \ •'\\ ~ ..... ~ ._· (' Cortland College's THIRTEEN/ The Pn: ... s/ Man:h 2.1. 1940 presents Syracuse. Symphony's BRASS QUINTET THIS MONDAY, MARCH 26th Brown AuditoriuDl, 8:00 ptn Tickets on sale NOW at: • Love of Pete, 15 Main Street, Cortland, 7 53-8325 • Corey Union Box Office, Monday-Friday, 12:00-3:00, 753-2700 ··Tickets will be available at the door. · For more information call 753-2321. $3.00 SUNY Cortland students. $4.00 SUNY F~culty;staff/senior citizens. $5.00 General public. DoN'T MISS THE LAST PERFOBMAJVCE OF TnE '90 SEASOJV ••• ..... AJ ..... ~l1d.!tlll'~ 6J(I .. fUVEK • THURSDAY, APRIL 26TH, 8:00 PM • WATCH FOR DETAILS Cast announced for \She Stoops to Conquer; or, The Mistakes of a Night\ The Theatre Department of SUNY Cortland is pleased to an- nounce the cast of its upcoming pro- duction, \She Stoops To Conquer; or, The Mistakes of a Night.\ This lively romp through the English countryside of the Eighteenth Cen- tury was written by Oliver Gold- smith. The story is ofY oungMarlow and Kate Hardcastle, whose parents intend them to mawywithouthaving met! .Marlow-accompanied by his friend H§stings-are led to believe the Hardcastle's barrie is ari inn by the d~viHsh Tony Lumpkin. Marlow unknowingly treats Mr. Hardcastle as the landlord. Kate, who Marlow assumes is a maid. takes advantage of the misunderstanding to shatter Marlow's reserved nature. Amidst all this confusion, Hasting and his bride-to-be Constance Neville plan to elope to France. An assortment of odd characters and inept servants only add to the merriment, and at play's end, the mistakes of a night are happily resolved. More than a dozen students and faculty members will contribute time and talents to this highly entertain- ing production. Scott Koenig and Sara Carica play the foolish Mr. and Mrs. Hardcastle. Kristin Gates, most recently seen as Bianca in \Taming of the Shrew,\ will play their daugh- ter Kate Hardcastle. Constance Neville, Kate's devoted cousin, is pClTtrayed by Nicole Thomson. Tony Lumpkin is performed by Joseph Summa, seen in last season's \The Importance of Being Earnest.\ Ted Mancini will play Young Marlow. the oft times wordless lover. Faculty members Michael Staczar and Jo- seph McFate lend their support as George Hastings and Sir Charles Marlow. Lee Barrett, Sue Gaertner, Ivy Phillips, Chris Turner, and Andrew Whelan complete the cast of zany characters. \She Stoops to Conquer\ is di- Students Needed to Serve as TOUR GUIDES At the Eighth Annual Open House on Saturday, April 7 9:45alll - 3:30plll / · Public Relations Skills are Vital Train_ing Session Mandatory Apply at the Admissions Office 'before> March 30 ' / '---------------------------------~--~------------------------~ ' .' ' 1 :'I , · ·I,' j 1- ' > ' I I ' •, ·~ o I '\ •· 1 ,·''I I • ' '. I i I ~' I ' rected by Dr. James C. Palmer, Act- Dowd Fine Arts Center Theatre. ing Chair of SUNY Cortland's Please plan to join us for a joyous Theatre Department. Performances eveningoftheatre.Call753-5719for are April 4th through the 7th in the more information. The Age of Rock Special to the Press \Shake. Rattle & RoiL\ \Good Rock in' Tonight,\ \Rock Around the Clock;\ these were the momentous beginning~. The Beatles. the Rolling Stones, BruceSprinsteen; they were some of the developments. All of that is part of the intriguing and fascinating historyofrock music. which will be documented with a superbly orchestrated sound-track and hundreds of stunning photo/slides by Dr. Charles Burnsworth of SUNY -Oneonta, when he presents his multi-media show entitled 'The Age of Rock\ which is to be presented locally at 7:00p.m. on March 28, ·1990 in the Brown Auditorium in Old Main on the SUNY-Cort- land campus. Burnsworth, a Professor of Music at the State University of New York at Oneonta is an entertainer with outstanding credentials and an authority on rock music. Altogether, he has performed nearly a hundred college dates with is\ Age of Rock\ and \Beatles\ presentations. Both of these highly popular programs, as well as his acknowledged author- ity as a rock music historian has brought him national recognition. He has been selected as a SHOWCASE presentor six times within the past seven years: twice at National Conventions and a regional Conven- tion for the National Association for Campus Activities, twice at State Conventions of the New York State School Music Association and for the 1989 State Convention of the School Administrators Association of New York State. His reputation as an outstanding and dynamic lec- turer recently earned him an invitation to membership in the prestig- ious \International Platform Association.\ The presentation. which is being sponsored jointly by the Sociol- ogy Club and the Cortland College Student Association at SUNY -Cort- land, is a penetrating documentary which features the world's most charismatic rock stars set against the most significant events of the century's second half; the Kennedy murders, the hippie generation, the black power movement, the rock festivals and the Vietnam War. Including nearly seventy original recordings, numerous celebrity interviews and coordinated with over 500 visual portraits and graph- ics. the show is articulated with a dynamic narration which produces a totally memorable e)Cperience; one which has been characterized as \high powered entertainment.\ Admission to the event is free and is open to the public. An informal question/answer session will follow the presentation.