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Page 11 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
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Comedy closes Porthous opera season 'Albert Herring'- a fine, detailed production [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
Comedy closes Porthous opera season 'Albert Herring'- a fine, detailed production By JOHN SPENCER The third and final summer production of the Blossom Festival School Opera was Benjamin Britten’s “Albert Herring.” It was a finely detailed production, complete with a small orchestral ensemble. The opera, while a typical English comedy, has a serious underlying theme. Set in a small country town at the turn of the century, the leading townspeople gather at the home of the town matron. Lady Billows, to choose a May Queen. HOWEVER, when they cannot find a girl of impeccable virtue they decide to elect the virtuous Albert Herring, a greengrocer’s son, as King of the May. The Blossom production, directed by John Haber, was appropriately staged with some surprising entrances and exits from outside the Porthouse arena. The correctly detailed set, costumes and props deserve much praise. THE GREENGROCER’S shop was deliciously arrayed with Eng-lish-looking condiments in the cupboards and fruit...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
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Performance has usual energy and style Man How thrills sellout crowd at Blossom [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
Performance has usual energy and style Man How thrills sellout crowd at Blossom By NANCY BOWMAN Five summers ago, a relatively unknown artist opened Helen Reddy’s show at Blossom Music Center with his first hit. The artist was Barry Manilow, the song, “Mandy.” Last week, Manilow was back at Blossom, this time with seven gold albums and more than a dozen No. 1 singles to his credit, to show three sellout nights of 18,000 plus crowds why he has come so far in five years. With his usual energy and charismatic style, Manilow mixed newer material with older hits in a two-hour performance before a cheering crowd Thursday night. DRESSED IN black pants, black sequined shirt and white jacket, Manilow opened his show with “Ready To Take A Chance Again,” the theme song from the movie “Foul Play.” He then announced that his songs would be grouped according to “moods.” The first, “love going bad,” included three fine tunes from his latest One Voice album: “Who’s Been Sleeping In My Bed,” “Rain,”...
'Deathtrap': Kenley presents 'excellent' whodunit [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
'Deathtrap': Kenley presents 'excellent' whodunit By CHUCK POLIAFICO Entertainment Editor Johnston, King Donovan and Imogene Coca. Reed stars as Sidney Bruhl the professor playwright whose life evolves around his mystery stories. As a desperate man who would kill for success and money, he portrays his character brilliantly. REED’S PERFORMANCE is outstanding due to the magnification of his gestures and movements on stage doing this so his audience can feel more into the character. At times though, he seems to be overacting. “Deathtrap —a thriller in two acts,” begins the first line from the mystery comedy production “Deathtrap” as it opens to a full house at the E.J. Thomas Hall at Akron University. The play is a mystery, comedy, thriller and suspense murder story, where the chain of events are unexpected. It is a story of people who become caught in the deathtrap. The production stars Robert Reed, Joey Travolta, Jane A. The play is a mystery, comedy, thriller and suspense story wher...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
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Browne's 'Hold Out' doesn't hold back [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
Browne's ' Hold Out' doesn't hold back By TIM ROBERTS Hold Out by Jackson Browne. ElecktraJAsylum Records. 1980. While Jackson Browne hasn’t sold out with Hold Out, his new album definitely reflects a change from his slow, rhythmic style to an up-tempo, commercial sound. After listening to the album a few times, one is perplexed by its tight arrangements and overall slick packaging. Gone is the musical sluggishness of Browne’s past albums. Where lyrics and their meanings were the significant points of The Pretender and For Every Man, the listener at once is zeroing in and tapping his foot to the beat of Hold Out. / THIS IS NOT meant as a criticism. In fact, Browne’s new sound is crisp and quite appealing. It’s nice, for a change, to listen to one of his albums and become exhilarated by the music, instead of vegetating while trying to decipher what Browne is trying to say through his lyrics. One aspect of Browne’s music that hasn’t changed with Hold Out is the way he uses his persona...
Rockefeller Chinese art on display [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
Rockefeller Chinese art on display The Cleveland Museum of Art will be presenting through Sept. 28, the Early Chinese Art from the Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller Third Collection. The exhibition contains 19 early Chinese Art objects made from metalwork and ceramic. The artworks are on loan from the Asia Society in New York, which were bequeathed to the society by Rockefeller. For additional information contact the Cleveland Museum of Art at 421-7340.
Page 14 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
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Resurrected plot is old, but suspenseful 'Prom Night' fills audience with terror [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
Resurrected plot is old, but suspenseful 'Prom Night' fills audience with terror By CHUCK POLIAFICO Entertainment Editor “Prom Night” starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Leslie Nielsen, Antoinette Bower, and Casey Stevens. Directed by Paul Lynch, screenplay by William Gray adopted from a story by Robert Guza Jr., and produced by Peter Simpson. Last summer a low-budget picture appeared that became very successful and also became one of the best in horror films. The movie, “Halloween,” was about a psychopathic killer, a fiend who escapes from an insane asylum to return to the scene of his original crime, where he has his fill of stabbings and strangulations. This summer a picture with a higher budget takes off on the success of “Halloween.” Instead of taking place in a small town during late October, the film is set in a small town during the town’s high school senior prom. THE FILM IS appropriately titled “Prom Night” and is also about a psychopathic killer who escapes from an insane asylum t...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
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Antiques, modern works included in collection Quilt showcase is featured in Art Gallery [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
Antiques, modern works included in collection Quilt showcase is featured in Art Gallery By CHUCK POLIAFICO Entertainment Editor The Student Center Art Gallery is presenting “The Quilt Showcase” in its second floor gallery through Aug. 22. Included in the showcase are collections of antique quilts dating back to the early 1800 s, as well as quilts completed as recently as this past year. One quilt in the collection is entitled “Soaring Birds Medallion” which was hand and machine pieced by Molly Mackil. THE QUILT was an inspiration from embroidered jean patches. The outside border of the “Soaring Birds Medallion” is patchworked as the Seminole Indian’s patchworked their quilts, by using strip piecing. Other quilts by Mackil in the show are the “Star Variation,” which is an enlargement of the theme of the eight point star, and the “Roman Stripe Variation,” which is an amish pattern of stripes and solid colors. Other quilts in the showcase were pieced by Heather Shaw, who is presenting ...
Hall and Oates duo give short, enjoyable performace at Blossom [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
Hall and Oates duo give short, enjoyable performace at Blossom By NANCY BOWMAN Although their performance was relatively short (just more than an hour), Daryl Hall and John Oates gave an enjoyable hit-filled performance at Blossom Music Center Sunday night. The duo included a few tunes from their latest album, Voices, but the best received numbers were the ones that the audience knew well. Among the best were elongated versions of “She’s Gone” and “Rich Girl,” the two hits which helped to bring Hall and Oates national attention. THE SHOW was well-balanced and fast paced. Both Hall and Oates were constantly dancing and moving about the stage. Hall was definitely the leader of the duo as he did the lead vocals on most of the songs. He also did a fine job on keyboards and guitar. Oates, who mostly sang harmony and played guitar, proved that he too has a fine lead voice when he was featured in the Righteous Brothers’ “You’ve Lost-That Lovin’ Feeling.” His deep, clear voice made it the b...
Award-winning 'Cabaret' is final Porthouse show [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 14 August 1980
Award-winning 'Cabaret' is final Porthouse show Porthouse Theatre will close this, its 12th, season with a production of the Tony-award wirining musical Cabaret. The story concerns a young American, Clifford Bradshaw (Robert Pruitt) travelling across Europe in the 1930 s looking for adventure. The story is backgrounded by Hitler’s rise to power and the impending Nazi regime which provides memorable songs and dance routines, according to Rita McPeak, Porthouse promotions director. Bradshaw travels to Berlin where he meets. Sally Bowles (Tamara Sibley), a featured singer at the Kit Kat Klub, a popular nightspot. They are both residents at Fraulien Schneider’s (Patti Whipple) boarding house. Schneider is involved with a wealthy Jewish merchant, Herr Schultz (James DeMaiolo) who also boards prostitutes, sailors and other employees of the Kit Kat Klub. Director William H. Zucchero, coordinator of theatre here, and Kathy Mihelick, an instructor of dance here, have created a fantasy world ...