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PAGE SIX-GENESEO LAMRON FRIDAY * SEPTEMBER 7, 1973 b y S c o t t TO EACH HIS ART Two hit Broadway musicals, a repeat performance of ‘Eight Songs for a Mad King', and a journey to insanity in the form of THE FORM OF 'What the Butler are only three examples of the Fine Arts planned for the upcoming year. If you let eves scan the semester's roster of events, you are sure to find something to suit your taste. Council on the .Arts, nick­ together a diverse and highly tantalizing schedule ot evenings. As a special ‘welcome hack' treat. The Cat skill Brass Trio per formed in Geneseo on September V eterans M eeting Thursday Sept. 13 Ball Room Lounge College Union 1 1 : o o A M - 1 2 - . 0 0 P M 2. Then, on Octoher 4. the regular Artist Series begins production of 'Two iTcntiemen of Verona. rock musical, based on Shakespeare s play, captured all but a lew of Brn ad w ay's Tony three years ago. fit her t h e a t r e t r e a ts in 'Thurher,' on November l. and 'Grease,' the 50‘s musical, on February ll. Dance in series include a black troupe from Rochester called ‘Bottom of the Bucket. But...,’ October 21; Novein be r 28; and Indian dancer Rith a on March 4. To round out the program, The Paul Winter Consort on February 1, and an International Choral Fest ival in late April will provide musically minded fans with an Series package is usually a good bargain, so think about it as this weeks The Department of Dramatic Arts has announced the fall lineup, and it looks to be both interesting and challenging. The first show of the semester will be ‘What th e Butler Saw’ in late September. From what I hear, farce, labelled by some as 'black comedy, but not really’, will probably have you rolling in NOW AT 118 MAIN STREET, GENESEO ' w V AND the aisles. In mid-october, Musical Theatre Club will pre­ sent the English musical 'Virtue in D a n g e r,’ and several weeks later, Cothurnus will follow with Sean O'CASEY'S \The Plough and the Stars.’ In addition to these productions, Student Lab­ oratory Theatre (SLT) will he mounting a student produced show ev erv two weeks, and in early December, the Geneseo Dance Ensemble will culminate its semester work with their concert. The Department of Music, like everyone else, has been putting together its exciting line-up of musical events. Due to the enthusiastic response to last year’s Sunday afternoon con certs, popular series will be repeated throughout the upcom­ ing year. The first event will be a concert by the Lenox: Quartet on performances, all of which will be at 3:30 p. m. in the Fine Arts Theatre, include a repeat per­ formance OF ‘Eight Songs for a Mad King’ by Peter Maxwell Davies on October 28, and on December 9, An Afternoon of Student Compositions and Per formances. All of these concerts will be free to students with ID. Frieda Osborne and Richard Smith will present their annual duo-piano recital on October 13, a special ‘Evening of F rench Music' is scheduled with Nancy Virk- Dechario, pianist, performing. Later in the semester, the campus musical organizations will be performing. Later in the he performing. The schedule as it stands now’ is: November 4, College James Walker, conductor; Nov­ ember 11, Concert Band and Wind Ensemble, Jam e s Walker, conductor; December 2, Carol conductor; Decem b e r 5,7, Cham­ ber Singers’ P re-European Tour Concert, Robert M. Isgro, con­ ductor. To support the Fine Arts activities on this campus, (whn-h you pay for), watch for events that interest you and go! In an attem p t to encourage campus wide participation in the arts, this column will hopefully pro vide an accurate, up-to-date co m m e n t a r y . Information and/or comments are welcome, and may be s e n t to me, Scott Clugstone, c/o Lam­ ron, College L'nion. R e d H e lp W a n ted waitress part-time bartender A i f * pmi. m so Sp e c ializing A B riar N a t u r a l?-A ll Hai A s W e ll A s P P G from ... I . ART SU P P L IES. * r * ? * ^ ^

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