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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 11, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Entertainment HvraldZfltmif March Penzaneea real G BRONCOS The Pirates of Pen zance is not for Gilbert and Sullivan Rock watch But for those who like a rollicking good full of in spired silliness and performed in high by all means This is a slightly cinematic version of Joseph Papps long running Broadway played against painted back Ivan McDougal Ray Wylie Hubbard Spotlight His name shall be called The MidTexas Symphony Orchestra and Chorus will present the Easter portion of Handels Messiah this Sunday in the New Braunfels Civic The concert begins at 4 with a reception afterward to be hosted by the New Braunfels Symphony Arlis chairman of the music depart ment at Southwest Texas State will direct the Featured soloists will be Linda soprano Peggy Gregory alto Leonard tenor and Russell In addition to conducting the MidTexas Hiebert serves as choirmaster at New Braunfels Presbyterian He sang the role of Caspar last Christmas in the PresbyterianUnited Methodist production Tickets for the Messiah are available at Krause or at the Senior citizens get special Mismatched couple The Owl and the Pussycat continues this week at Circle Arts with performances tonight and Saturday at and a matinee at 4 Tickets are available at Krause Water paints Ivan McDougal of San Antonio will paint a watercolor for members of the New Braunfels Art League at 7 Tuesday in the Civic The San Antonio Art League named McDougal artist of the year in His works are a part of the McNay Museums permanent He is one of the artists featured in a The Hill Impressions of 13 The public is invited to art league Dancing for mileage A dance benefiting the senior class of Smithson Valley High School will be held next Thursday Patricks Day at Texas Dance The band Levis will play a mixture of rock and golden Music starts at 8 and will end at Advance tickets and information are available at Woods Store in the Spring Branch Lakeside Restaurant in Bergheim General Store and Why Not in Leon Money raised will help pay for the senior class trip at the end of this Chamber music The concert choir and chamber singers from the New England Conservatory will appear at First Protestant Church at 8 March The concert is sponsored by the New Braunfels Music Study and admission is by voluntary The conservatory groups are conducted by Lorna Cooke They will perform works by and as well as some Broadway Nightlife GEORGE STRAIT SEQUIN HALL Across from Starcke Park FRIDAY MARCH 11 8 to 12 per person For Reservations Info Call 3790602 But Wilfred Leachs fluid direction he also wrote and directed the stage version guarantees that this is a The singing is full and the casting Kevin Kline is brilliantly inventive as the loony Pirate as are Angela Lansbury as Nurse and George Rose as the triple tongued Major Linda Rondstadt looks SHARING ISCAMNC and sings like an exhibiting an un suspected coloratura Another pop Rex makes an appealing And Tony Azito as chief of the Keystone Kops dances a marvel to In times when even Disney films are rated it is a pleasure to welcome an unashamed BOB THOMAS Associated Press 2 2 DAILY Ladles Night Unescorted MARCH 16 MUD PROCEEDS TO MUSCUiAH DYSTROPHY MARCH 17 PROCEEDS TO MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY IH 35 n MiQurenev enter 6258133 American Heart Association WEIE FIGHIING FOP VOUI LIFE Halle A Dancers Paradise IH 35 New Braunfels PHONE 512 6252577 March 91 AM MORNING CW Rock March 1983 610 PM MOONLIGHT EXPRESS Ballroom Dancing BRING YOUR OWN BOTTLE Snacks and SelUps Available SOMETHING NEW COUNTRY EATING FRIDAY NIGHT SPECIAL Your choice FRIED CHICKEN CATFISH CHICKEN LIVERS Above served with choice of choice of cream Daily 8 nni9 pin Try our new Plattcr You will be glad you We serve Lunch Dinner RANCH HOUSE STEAKS 983 Loop 337 New Braunfels 1QB Announcing the Month of March On area screens Brauntex 290 San Antonio Joy Sticks Show times and 9 tonight and Four shows Saturday at and Late show omitted Also Without a Trace Show times 7 and tonight and Monday 7 and Sunday shows at and Bargain price on all matinees and all Monday night Cinema Walnut Square Joni G held Show times 7 and 9 each Saturday and Sunday matinees at and 5 Also An Officer and a Shows at 7 and each Weekend matinees at and discount In area clubs Bavarian 212 Austin Open this with music and dancing from 710 Bluebonnet IH 35 South Tonight Texas Saturday Star lineup with Gene Tony Booth and Clifton Crystal Loop 337 Tonight Clifton Janaky and the Saturday The Gruene Hall Saturday Leroy 46 Jazz band Heidelberg IH 35 North Saturday 610 Moonlight KC Seguin 012 George Something Good 283 Union Tonight and Saturday Janis Turk on Starting IH 35 South Tonight and Satur day Ryan Teui Dance 281 South Tonight Cactus Saturday Bob Wills Original Texas Teuu 262 Jahn Tonight Low Water Saturday Ray Wylie Wolfgang 295 San Antonio Bill Knight at the to be joined Sunday by jazz Shop Herald Classifieds MondayFriday Dial 6259144 Country With Class LOW WATER 3 II RAY HUBBARD 262 Jahn 6250389 Twn Blocks from Century 21 Really on SfRuin MARCH 11 CLIFTON JANSKY Gordon Candee Land The Goolaks MARCH 19th GEORGE STRAIT Make Reservations Early One Alex Selky set off for school and WITHOUT A TRACE 20lh CENTURY J FOX FILMS Only Bargain Shows All Seats Night Great family entertainment Citizens Always BRAUNTEX1 290 San Antonio 6254411 Only Bargain Shows All Seats M Night JOY STICKS Play the hottest videos at the hottest arcade ramily Video Arcade Sunday thru Thursday 1O Fcm A Good on selected games only different games weekly play the latest In video games POPEYE The ONLY Audio Electronic Skeeball In New Braunfels Tin IZMO IHI i 662 WALNUT SQUARE Next to Gattls 6251147 A CINt HI t X IHt flHt CINEMA Wdlnul Sciudiu Wrtlnul I 35 629 1781 for the finest in spring movie entertainment Get into the swing of spring with the return of the great adventure COMING SOON Spring Break High Road to Cbna with Tom Selleck Blue Thunder with Roy 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