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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 23, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 1E7I The C'cuar Itaplds Gazette: Mon., Sept. Brian Laczko as Brian Laczko, 1974 graudatc of Denison university, Gran- villc, Ohio, has been signed as Technical Director of the Cedar Rapids Community Theater for the 1974-75 sesaon, CRCT board President Robert H. Taylor announced Monday. Prior to his arrival here, the, 22-year-old Laczko was design-' or and technical director for the Timberlake Playhouse Mt. Carroll, 111. Already deep into prepara lion for "Jabberwock" th CRCT season opener Laczko is supervisor of following volunteer crew heads: Set construction, Crai; Frye: stage manager, Boi Kolar and Bev Showman lighting, Wayne Hanson sound, David Bolt; properties Marcia Davis; costumes, A.R Hastings, and makeup. Ken Brand. Anyone wishing to partici pate in forthcoming CRCT productions should contac Laczko at the Community Theater. The CRCT box office opens Monday for "Jabberwock" tel- ephone reservations and counter sales. Box office hours are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays and 1C a.m. to noon Saturdays. Officially opening Oct. 4 Jabberwock" will have 10 performances, Wednesdays through Saturdays, Oct. 2-26. Admission is Wednes- days and Thursdays and Fridays and Saturdays for non-season ticket holders. The student charge is Season ticket sales, theater party bookings and mail order reservations will continue throughout the run of "Jab- Show Business By Marilyn Beck HOLLYWOOD (NYT) You've got to admire George Pcppard's determina- lion not his judgment. lie still could have been on the tube as "Banacck" if lie hadn't insisted that Universal Studios finance motion picture production of his original sto- ry, "The Sage of He could have had a dozen other TV and movie roles since then, but he's turned down all work worth of work, according to his publicist) to concentrate on bringing "Longjohns" to the screen. Peppard has opened an office on Sunset boulevard, and there he sits lookin, for million worth of financ ing for, the film project he' determined to direct and pro duce. lie did manage to ge away from the office last wee: long enough to get to tin courthouse to ask the judge ti cut off alimony payments ti his first wife. Says he jus can't afford them anymore. "The Hindenburg" is speed ing through its first weeks o production, thanks in large part to the example set bj George C. Scott. He mighi sometimes be a pain off the set, but he's a man to emulate when duty calls. Ills first scene in the Universal picture was scheduled for 9 a.m. and by it was completed. Jason Miller has turned in the final draft on the screen adaptation of his Pulitzer prize-winning play, "That Championship He says he now wants to get back to the business of acting. The fellow who won an Oscar bid for his "Exorcist" perform- ance has turned down over 20 movie offers to concentrate on writing tliis year. Now he Marilyn Beck wants to store the typewriter away for a while. Would yon believe that Mark Spitz now is talking about the dive into the book- writing business? Hope he makes a stronger splash in the literary field than he has as a TV guest star and a so- called nightclub star. His debut in the nitery field last month at L.A.'s Magic Moun- tain was received with some uf the most disastrous reviews I've ever seen. Monday Nigh} Pitchers of Beer The Emergency Room 4650 1st Ave. NE PRESS DUSK Golden Fried Boned Press- ed Duck with a topping of Minced Virginia Ham and Almond an outstanding menu of Chinese and American foods plus your favorite beverage. 3 (R) COLORSHOCKi GIRLS FOR RENT" FIRST RUN o NOW SHOWING There's a dirty word for what happened to these girls! CHINESE RESTAURANT 32V 2ND AVENUE SE CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA Every Tuesday and Thursday Served with crisp, green Salnd, Choice of salad dressing, Baked Idaho Potato, Butter and Cheese Sauce, French Bread, Butter. 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