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Gettysburg Times (Newspaper) - January 24, 1990, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania GETTYSUUKL, 11MES EXTRA WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1990 R's' School (From page 2) By JOHN N. GOUDA5 It took Nina Arvesen two and a half years to crack "The Young and the Restless" lineup, but now her wily character of Cassandra is never off camera. Involved in a nasty little murder triangle, a storyline that was supposed to be over last summer, Nina Arvesen is still front and center. She flashes that handsome profile as Cassie melodramatically faces the law for plotting her husband's murder, while setting up her lover Paul (Doug Davidson) as the chief suspect. January' was supposed to be Jeanne Cooper's month on not Nina's. Jeanne's Kay Chancel- lor is kidnapped in a hairbrained scheme, but there is Cassie horning in, still getting mileage oat of the never-ending murder yarn. Blame it on the writers, not Nina. Last November Nina was stop- ping traffic in Bermuda during the five-day location shooting when Cassie and her associate Adrian were being tracked by Paul and his dad Carl, trying to scare Cassie into admitting her guilt. "We're No. 1 in Arve- sen reports. "We used to be on at 5 p.m. Everyone wanted to leave work early to catch the show, so they had to move it to 6 p.m. For some reason, the show is very popu- lar in hot climates like Trinidad, Teheran and But not in Norway, where Nina spent a decade before realizing Hol- lywood was the place for a working actress. Born in New York, the daughter of Norway's current am- bassador to Central America (sta- tioned in Costa Nina grew up ir. Manhattan, Egypt and Brazil. One brother studies film at the Uni- versity of Texas while another brother works in Norway's stock market. Asked about Central America's troubles and the U.S. "big brother" stance, Nina quietly replies, Tm not the right person to answer that." She's an actress, not a foreign affairs expert, Nina knows better, but she isn't above knocking Norway. "It's too cold, too dark, and the winters are too long. I'm spoiled by I love it. I've made it my Nina says, always the diplomat. She intends to remain on "The Young and the Restless" for some time, not jump into the movies. show is technically beyond most soap operas. Our stories are stronger." "The Young and the Restless" the home of the beautiful people. Nina and her carved cheekbones are part of the tradition. Prompted by her Scandinavian determina- tion. Nina believes that once you've found your niche, you hold on for dear life. CHANNEL CHATTER Two of the better actors to grace "As the World Turns" have left the show Hillary Bailey Smith Calendar- NINA ARVESEN of "The Young and the (Margo) and Scott Bzyce (Craig The part of Margo will be recast but the writers don't know if Scott's character of Craig will emerge in the guise of another actor- Both Scott and Hillary man- aged to invest their characters with a sense of humor something that TV soaps are not noted for and they will both be missed by the faithful fans of the long-running CBS soap. PLOT PORTENTS Erica has a dream in which her father forces her to choose between Travis and Jack on "All My Child- ren." Art has Natalie arrested. An- giegoes tolunch with Cal not know- ing that her mother had dinner with him the night before. Billy- Clyde tells Lettie that Emily Ann is his daughter. Skye tells Jeremy that she's broke and Jack and Tra- vis have a fistfight over Erica, Clint rescues Viki on "One Life to Live." Gabrielle agrees to tell Max about her plans to become a nun. The mayor of Llanview resigns due to pressures from the drug kings. Clint is unsupportive of Viki's de- sire to run for mayor but Roger is all for it. Egypt is hysterical over her un- born baby's possible illness on so she runs away. Alex finds her and brings her to a doctor. Trisha and Trucker make love and he tells her that no matter what he finds out about Clay, he won't take the evidence to the DA. but he must know the truth. Meanwhile, in Maine, Jelka gets out his rifle and carefully loads it. The mystery about Maya's con- tact continues on "Generations." Ruth doesn't know that those stock certificates from Martin are worth- less. Vivian is still uneasy about the mansion and the racists' attack. 1990 by King Features Syndicate, Inc. (From page 3) On Tuesday, Feb. 6, York College of Pennsylvania will present the Pulitzer Prize and Outer Critics Circle Award winning "A Soldier's Play." The production, which is one of sever- al Black Awareness Month activi- ties at the college, begins at p.m. in YCPs Wolf gymnasium- auditorium. For tickets, or for more information, call the York College Box Office at 846-7788, ext. 244. 333 The spectacularly successful Jury's Irish Cabaret returns to America and the Hershey Theatre with an ail new 1990 edition on Friday, Feb. 9. at p.m. Tick- ets with discounts for groups of twenty or are available by calling the Kershey Theatre Box Office at (717) 534-3405, Monday through Friday, a.m. to p.m. "Hearts and the Valentine celebration of the Harrisburg Civic Opera Associa- tion will be held on Saturday, Feb. 10, p.m., at the historic Officers' Club, Carlisle Barracks (Route 11 north of Cali- Dress is jacket and tie for men. For more information, call 1-249-2464 or 763-8987. 10 333 The third annual WinterSong Performing Folk Arts Festival, scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 10, at the Adult Recreation Center in Frederick, Md., offers people of all ages a chance to learn about native American music and dance, and folklore of the country through a variety of workshops and concerts presented by some of the finest folk, blues and tradi- tional artists in the region. For more information about Winter- Song and ticket availability call the Frederick Office of Special Events at The enchanting and disciplined voices of the 35-member Boys Choir of Harlem will fill the Strand-Capitol Performing Arts Center on Saturday, Feb. 10 at 8 p.m. Tickets are and for adults, and and for sradents. Discounts are available for Strand Members and Senior Citizens. Special rates for school groups are also avail- able. For more information, call Ar.ne Hoover at 846-1155. 333 Strand-Capitol Performing Arts Center, 50 X. George St., York, My GirF sponsored by Meridan Bank at 8 p.m. Tickets Ticket information call 846-1111. "Peter the boy who won't grow up, will be soaring into the Hershey Theatre when the 35th anniversary production of the ageless musical masterpiece plays on Friday through Sunday, Feb. 16-18, for five performances. Tickets (ranging from to with discounts for groups of twen- ty or more) are available by call- ing the Hershey Theatre Box Office at 717-534-3405, Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Two entertainment superstars, Mel Torme and Helen Reddy, will present an unforgettable evening of music at the Hershey Theatre on Saturday, Feb. 10 at 8 p.m. Tickets are available by calling the Hershey Theatre Box Office at (717) 534-3405, Monday through Friday. 10 a.m. to 5 o.m. 17 333 Barry Tuckwell conducts the Mary- land Symphony- Orchestra at 8 p.m.; Leslie Howard, piano soloist; The Mary- land Theatre, 21 S. Potomac St., Hagerstown, Md.; for tickets call (301) 797-4000, on concert date call (301) 790-2000. At the movies... Fox Theatre, in the North Ha- nover Plaza, is currently showing: Tremors rated PG 13. 7 and p.m. nightly, 1 and p.m. matinees; All Dogs Go To Heaven rated G, p.m. matinees Texas Chain Saw Massa- cre III rated R, p.m. nightly. The Little Mermaid rated G, 6 p.m nightly, and p.m. matinees. War of the Roses rated R. and p.m. nightly, p.m. matinees; Christmas Vacation rated PG13, nightly; Steel Magnolias rated PG, and p.m. nightly, and p.m. matinees; General admission is for adults and for children under 12 and for senior citizens with a Fox Theatre identification card. For additional information call Fox Theatre at 637-0333 any time or at 637-2643 during theatre hours only. Majestic Theatre, 27 Carlisle St., Gettysburg, is currently showing: Tremors rated PG13, and p.m. nightly, p.m. matinees; The Little Mermaid rated G, p.m. nightly, p.m. matinees; 3r The War of the Roses rated R, and p.m. nightly, p.m. matinees; Blaze rated R, p.m. nightly. Admission is for adults and for children under 12. For 24-hour movie information call 334-2513. address per copy, pmtaze Address Citx _ Stiff Send copies to ihe following addresstes) A quantity ____________Copies to Ndine B quantity Address State Zip (Topic's to Nairn- Address Citv ___ State Zip Check enclosed''. Master Card Visa Kxp Kxp Dan
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