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THE DAILY GLEANER, 1UESDAV, JUNE 29, 1976

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ARDENNE PAST STUDENTS

OPENING TOMORROW at

OPENING JULY

Annual General Meeting , Will Be Held^On

CARIB & HARBOUR VIEW

Thursday, July 1, 1976, 6.30 p.m.

• (A) Adults 16 and over • .

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Purpose: Annual Report ' Election 0 Officers

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Guest'Speaker for the Ceremony is the GovernorGeneral, His Excellency The Most Honourable

(A) Adults 16 & over BCODAY 5.00 & 8.30 p.m. TON. (One Show) 8.00

HARBOUR VIEW

For the first time in 42 years, .,

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MAJOR ACADEMY AWARDS PICTURE ACTOR

OPENING TONfGHT 7.45 & 9.45

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Reviewed by Harry Miln

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used to be centred in Paris, but nas moved on to Warsaw. Latest research in its various aspects, experimen-., tal theatre, popular theatre, theatre in education, etc. Since 1965 efforts have been especially concentrated on

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TRAIN ROBBERS & DRACULA A.D. 1972

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I went down there to mal ic a record and 1 experienced a lifestyle",, said female singing star Martha Velez upon her return to the United States after a stay in • i aica.

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M a r t l a a ' s v i s i t here was to record her latest album; "Escape from Babylon", and as the t i t l e suggests the album was produced by reggae genius Bob Marley,

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The International Theatre I n s t i t u t e was created in Prague during June 1948, on the decay of thc tradition-, and at present counts fiftyal theatres in Indonesia and f i v e member c o u n t r i e s the other of the creation of spread t h r o u g h o u t the a dramatic language in world. Its Centres, in each Lome in theatre the develof the countries concerned, ops through concert party are composed of professional troupos in local bars. representatives from all branches of the theatre. The To quote Alain Richard on the l a t t e r phenomenon: aims of that ITI are infor"Strolling through the neighmation, action and research bourhpods of Kodjaviakope in all realms of the theatre. or L<tm Nava, a passerby Information, to enable theatre may be attracted by the people wherever they may m u s i c of an o r c h e s t r a , be, to know of the works and creations of their col-' * whicq he will see if he enters the bar. As of sunset the leagues, and to meet the latmusicnans have taken their ter as often as possible. an< D av to attract place.j ^ ' Action, in the form of long client; or short term realizations, colloquies, enterprises and A musical prologue goes on from 7.00 to 9.15; a danced seminars, such as the prologue from 9.15 to 9.55, Theatre of the Nations, that 4

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PLUTO SHERVINGTON - One Man Band "The 'DAT' man" Dancing from 9.00 p.m. Tomorrow night - enjoy the famous music of'PLUTO SHERVINGTON during "Buccaneer's Banquet" - Poolside.

Sheraton-Kingston Hotel New Kingston, Kingston 5

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PAST STUDENTS ASSOCIATION invites All Past Students And Friends To A Dinner In Honour Of Former Principal

MR. W. B. JOHNSON

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OPENING J U L Y 1 WAY OUT THEATRE, JAMAICA PEGASUS. , Playing Tuesday t h r u Saturday, 8:30 p.m. Tickets; 53.50. Dinner Tickets: S10.0Q (Blue Bean Coffee Shop). "ft" you come t<> Opening Nighc in Gay Nineties dress, it's only fifty cents."

Bookings from 10:00 a.m. to Showtime atJamaicaPcgaSUS

A comedy melpdrama directed by Bobby Ghisays Musical Direction by Peter Ashbourne with Camiile Lewis. Starring '12^* Val Bloom field Joanna Crosskill Dawn Forresteiv, Stafford Harrison Evet Hussey . ; „ TLois Kelly-Barrow ash

Robinson Oliver Samuels Munair Zacca

to be held in the school auditorium Christiana, Mqnchester on Saturday, 3rd July, 1976 commencing at 7.00 p.m.

SATURDAY, 3rd JULY will be known as

W. B. JOHNSON DAY

Main activities of ttfe day will be • Cricket & Net ball matches • Guard of Honour Cadet Parade • Tour of camps

• Dinner and fund raising dance Events begin at 9.30 a.m. Music by th* WILD BUNCH DISCO Tickets for the dinner are available from following: . v Cat White 69700; Paul Fisher 974-2871; R. Finnikin 952-5550; Mrs. Joan Isaacs 964-2213; K. Livingston 79931-3; 64052. Mrs. Josephs 962-2232. _^

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chified playboy, emerge; and trie re is quite a use of masks and make up. It is An basically a musical comedy w i t h music l a r g e l y from , West A f r i c a n "Jazz or •"highlife". The most interesting matter ; that I find are short revues j of plays and productions ! from both sides of the Iron i Curtain. Since the death of Berthold B r e c h t , even according to their own critics, theatre in Eastern Germ a n y seems on the dull side. Take "Rome or the Second Creation of the World. "After a serious illness, a civil | **... servant arrives in a'village to | rest; he meets there a peas- I ant woman, Viktoria, whom »••• he knew twelve years earlier when he was helping to introduce collectivism in the agricultural world. Viktoria had failed to persuade her husband to join the co-oper'ative society, and he had gone away abandoning her Viktoria was elected president of the co-operative society and was bent on making her village attractive so as to induce-her husband to come back. Finally Viktoria is on the point of giving in h e r r e s i g n a t i o n . " Poor .Viktoria! \ Somehow the French productions of Gabriel Arout's version of Dostoievsky's The I d i o t o r e v e n G e i r g e **• Michael's trivality. The Folding Bed from France seem

larly exciting keep outside politics. There are, however, two interesting articles, one

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I have just received rather I the rprfoblem of youth and belatedly the autumn, those bf thc Third w orld, which ptals twenty six mem1975 issue of Interber states. national Theatre In- As the statutes have boen modified tq enable collaboration formations, a bi-lingual with countries, which, as yet quarterly published by have nb-professional theatre, the International Theatre perhaps it would be worthInstitute, an organization while to create a Centre somewhat similar to the here. Pen club on thc literary The review is largely one of information, and no particuscene.

DIRECTOR BEST SCREENPLAY

Florizel Glasspole.

CARIFE9TA76 MIAMI PREPARES: Louise Bennett-toverley (left) and Lois telly-Barrow (centre) in the hiiamus "Madame Serena" scene from the popular Jamaican Pantomime "Queenie's Daughter". The acting out of this scene was one of the highlights of a Fimd-rjusing Variety Concert arranged by the All Jamaican Association in Miami, Florida recently. The Jamaica Tourist Board, Air Jamaica and the Jamaican Consulate in Miami all co-operated with the organisers of the concert, proceeds of which will go towards the CdffilFESTA 76 Fund Raising Drive to purchase a Mobile Theatre and also for materials for costumes and floats for CARIFESTA GAL^ and CARNIVAL OF THE NATIONS.

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I went down there to mal ic a record and 1 experienced a lifestyle",, said female singing star Martha Velez upon her return to the United St...

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