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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 20, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas Entertainment ftoraldZrltunj January Behind the scenes Opera house prompter keeps show on the road NEW YORK AP Joan Dornemann has had a sword thrown at her by tenor Luciano played the part of a band on European radio and kept a sopranos dress from falling off in front of But its all in a days work for who is one of five prompters with the Metropolitan Dornemann has spent the past 10 seasons in a little box at the foot of the Mets coaxing and otherwise directing she works 10 hours a day for weeks at a she is not only bravissima great as a but as a said Mexican soprano Rosario I occupy a position of unique says who treats the unknowns the same as she treats the During an interview in her studio backstage it the Dornemann described her task as Iping singers to not be afraid to keep their On Pavarotti during a per formance of Lucia de He got all involved in being he took the sword and flung it and it stuck right out of the prompters box next to my Im not sure he ever really Joan souls on She says prompting is like underwear very luxurious You dont even see but the surface is smooth and You feel that anything can happen and youre going to be all She has many tales in the telling of her prompting she Pavarotti was singing and waving a sword during a performance of Lucia di He got all involved in being emotional with the soprano and didnt realize exactly where I Dornemann He took the sword and flung it and it stuck right out of the prompters box next to my Im not sure he ever really During a performance of the sopranos dress started to disintegrate before Dornrmann So I called up the stage manager and Safety we need safety pins I motioned some choristers off and they got the safety pins and just sort of slid back on the And as she was they just pinned her The only time an audience ever notices a prompter is when the prompters voice is heard during a lull in the during a radio broadcast in Barcelona of La a street band never made its stage Everybody on stage started getting very Dornemann So she started humming the melody the band would have Which was she except that this was broadcast on Europewide So theres this tape around Europe of Joan being the band in La who is in her late was born in She has studied music and music therapy at Hofstra the Juilliard School and the University for Foreigners in Cedar rocks Bangladesh Sixteen Bangladesh writers are featured in the Winter 1984 issue of Cedar published in New Braunfels by David Contemporary fiction and poetry from Bangladesh is highlighted with nine photographs by Anwar one of that countrys leading The writings were selected by Naomi Shihab Nye of San whose recent book Hugging The Jukebox won the National Poetry Nye went to Bangladesh in May 1983 through a program sponsored by Art administered by the Information She met with Bengali par ticipated in a public poetry reading with them and introduced them to modern American In her introduction to Cedar Rocks special Nye writes that she was delighted to find a country rich with literary a country proud of its Cedar Rock now in its ninth year of is available locally at Krause It can also be ordered by mail from 1121 New Texas tryouts set Its the perfect relationship BURT REYNOLDS JULIE ANDREWS COLUMBIA PICTURES ft TO or NOTTOBC Mel i cAnnt mm mm IP5I 20th CENTURVFOX Thurs Matinees MondayBargain Nite Texas the annual musical drama at Palo Duro Canyon State is looking for musicians and stage hands to work on the show this Directors will hold auditions in Austin on between noon and in Room of the University of Texas Drama Dancers should report at Auditions will also be held in Dallas on Albuquerque on Lubbock 12 and Canyon on Dallas auditions will be at Southern Methodist Room F210 of the Owens Fine Arts from noon to 4 Dancers will try out at 3 Directors will be looking for four men and four women to fill major six male supporting ac tors and 32 singers in all voice Actors should prepare a memorized not to exceed three Singers may audition with an art or something from a musical They may also try for small speaking parts by delivering a one or twominute Outdoor voice and presence are because Texas is staged in an amphitheater with no Twentyfive dancers are needed for the produc Those auditioning should bring workout and be able to demonstrate ballet or modern The orchestra will include two upright standard banjo and All applicants should bring current ad dresses and telephone Company members are placed under contract and must be available May 20 through The show opens June Spotlight So folks f The Goodbye People is into its last weekend at Circle Arts with performances at tonight and Gary Sharrett stars as a 70 yearold entrepeneur who wants to get back in the fastfood business against his familys better Double dancing Starting Cinema I will be offering Staying Alive and Flashdance as a double with showings at 4 and Saturday and The 4 show will be of fered at the usual bargain The doubleheader will be shown just once starting at On the other Uncommon Valor shows at 7 and 9 each with weekend matinees at and Change of place The MidTexas Symphony Chorus will be rehearsing at Seguins First United Methodist Church this instead of at Texas Lutheran The church is located at 710 and rehearsal starts at All prospective singers are Dorsey notes The Guadalupe County 4H Adult Leaders will host the tommy Dorsey conducted by Buddy on 28 at the Seguio KC Discount advance tickets are on sale at the and at Rogers Music both here and in Nightlife In area clubs Blueboniiet IH 35 South tonight Saturday Nashville Crystal Loop337 Tonight Jay Eric the Blieders Creek Saturday George Strait Ace in the Faust Hotel 240 Seguin Tonight Aaron Satur day The Grapes of Texas Dance 281 South Tonight Country Saturday Newton Wagon Wheel FM 306 at Sattler r 91 Low Water Wolfgangs 295 San Antonio Bill Knight at the to be joined Sunday by jazz On area screens Brauntex 290 San Antonio To Be Or Not To Be Shows at and tonight through Mon Matinees Saturday and Sunday at and Also The Man Who Loved Women Show times and tonight through Weekend matinees at and COMAL Old Fashioned Hamburgers At OldFashioned Prices 5 For Fresh Ground Beef All the Fixins Call 6256263 Bring This Ad For One Free Order Of Fries Per Order 6259144 Success came slowly to singer Deborah Allen AP Singer Deborah Allen remembers living in a rundown boarding house at 1507 16th Avenue South four blocks from Nashvilles Music I was the only one with a bathroom in my own she There were a lot of winos I used to carry a broomstick for Today she lives in a remodeled two story colonial home with husband Rate Van a songwriter with his wife and Rory wrote Baby I a current hit on the country and adultcontemporary I was not overnight she noting that it was 10 years ago that she lived in the boarding house until poor plumbing ran her Its been Its not Wham Ive been waiting for it success for a Baby I a ballad from her album Cheat the BRONCOS cemented her I think people could relate to the the 30yearold Allen People come up to me and I think youre singing my life Allen first gained notice as a background singer and She has written Dont Worry Bout Me Baby for Janie Fricke You Do It recorded by Rita Coolidge and Diana Ross Im Not Worth the Hurt for Sheena Easton Im Only in It for the Love for John Conlee One More Goodbye for Sheppard and In voice was over dubbed on songs recorded by the late Jim meaning that through recording technology her voice was placed on record with old cuts by Three of the tongs made the top 10 of the country music but on the first two her name was kept ROCK One too many of one thing and not enough of the other HERALD CLASSIFjEDS for a booming garage 6259144 Broadway on SHOWTIME SHOWTIME givos you a Irani row heater seal lor Angela Lansbury and Sir Laurence Olivier in this delightful mystery AJf eytri urn hjf Call Now For Your New Cable 160 81 West 6253408 Saguin Cafcte 12349 College 3791505 I OOF 337 NEW BRAUNFELS BEST IN COUNTRY MUSIC JANUARY 20th TICKETS JAY ERIC AND THE BLIEDERS CREEK BAND JANUARY 21st TICKETS OPEN AM GEORGE STRAIT A Hotel of Distinction 6257791 240 Seguin 6257349 Share the ride Free Carpool Ads 1251144 MIX DBINIM ONLY SSLONC NECKS ALL NIGHT AND tot UNCOMMON VALOR GENE HACKMAN Seven men with one thing in SNOWTIMES ft MATINEES at Allra Straws First A PARAMOUNT PICTURE 8MOWTIMES ft Matinees at RANCH HOUSE STEAKS 983 Loop 337 New Braunfels EFFECTIVE 1984 NEW HOURS MONDAYFRIDAY 11 am9pm Lunch Dinner SATURDAY ft SUNDAY 8 am 9 pm BreakfastLunchDinner STEAK SPECIAL SUNDAY BUFFET ALL YOU CAN EAT of choice of cream
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