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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 19, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Entertainment April 1991 New Texas Page 7 Out n about Special guest Willie will be the special guest when daytime television cohosts Regis and Kathie Lee Gifford tape their talk and entertainment show in San Antonio Live with Regis and Kathie Lee airs locally on 4 at 9 Two shows will be taped at the Arneson River Theater for airing Thursday and April 24 and A Review Circle Arts adds right touch to classic comedy By MARY POWELL When you combine something as deadly as arsenic with something fra pure and reminiscent of grand mothers bosom you jet a sticky which is a nice place for comedy to In his fourword title the writer has said a and promised more a promise which doesnt go Elizabeth Elliott has done her mag ic assembling a large and exceptional From San New Canyon middle school and the high school they hail ordinary people with extraordinary Alice Finncy as Abby Brewstcr brings to this part a twinkling the energy of a hummingbird and 82 years of experience with We know she means it when she tells Hitler is not a poi son lastcs better in and if theres anything a policeman hates to its write out a Abby and her sister played with a loving touch by Mary walk a fine line between proper and capricious and all dressed up in black for services they arc some thing to These two may be guilty of bringing old men to peace wilh a little glass of poisoned Elder berry but they remain innocent at Its not they Its one of our The two eccentric ladies live with nephew played by Joseph Lib Teddys problem is that he has himself confused with Teddy He stays awfully busy dig ging locks in Panama which happens to be conveniently located in the base and of course there are all those yellow fever victims to be bur Teddy has a demanding life but hes up for Its bully good exer you charging San Juan Hill each time he goes Lib bys presence fills the stage and each time hes its an Mortimer is the more normal nephew a drama Played effectively by Keith Mor timer discovers his aunts little secret and is reeling somewhere between confusion and horror when his long lost played by Bob is appropriately with a ghostly dark circles under the and a badly disfigured face which he needs to get Jonathan is a real murderer not a charitable one and has a corpse that needs to be disposed Then the police come Thursday April 18th to No Cover BILL SMALL Friday April 19th Doors Saturday April 20th 1 to 5 No Cover HIGH NOON RUSTY WEIR Sunday April 21st 4 to 8 No Cover ERIC HOKKANES FRIENDS nuiim District 625 0142 knocking on the door and the fun Director Elizabeth along with Roberta designed a set that she uses to good advantage to spice up an already comic Picture the sitting room of a nice home in Brooklyn 50 years Theres a red velvet a break front that holds the cut glass stemware and the fine There are floorto ceiling tieback a roundfaced mantel clock and hummablc tunes playing on the Its an authentic backdrop as the first act In the second act the pace picks In the front out the side up the out to the out the in the down to Panama they Abby and Martha and the crazy nephew and the mean one and the sane one and his girlfriend and the and Like timelapse photography the action on the stage moves at a smooth Watch carefully or youll miss There arc some notable supporting as Lewis Sarkozi is funny and original as Jonathans independent Bob Wicall shines as Officer a budding playwright in policemans And youll sec Greg Ccrrato in two small but dis tinctly different Take a good cast mat can work an intriguing a fine some rich a few dead bodies and some classy costumes and youll have a delightful Then when the madcap antics are suddenly tempered wilh scenes done in sil youll notice that his isnt just another comedy its pretty sophis ticated Arsenic and Old Lace runs through April For reservations call TM5TinWEEL performing nl EAGLES HALL Cunyon Lake April 20 91 jlor booking Inloi 3G73139 Bach and barbecue Two classics of western civilization come together Sunday at Southwest ern University in Jaroslav Pelikan of Yale Univcrstiy will open the event with a 3 lec ture on Back and the Communj ion of Saints Theological Reflections on the Moss in B From 57 ihcre will be a barbecue dinner in Bishops Memorial Union on followed by a group performance of the mass by the SU SU Orchestra and San Gabriel Choir in Lois Perkins Chapel on The cost for the barbecue dinner is and reservations are The lecture and performance are free and open to the For call Railroad Jamboree The fourth annual New Braunfcls Model Railroad Jamboree is from 9 to 6 Saturday at the Civic Admission is for adults and for persons aged 5 to Small children will be admitted free if accompanied by an The annual Jamboree features such activities as a flea market with 140 vendor tables filled with assorted railroad train an open house at the Depot on West San Antonio door movies and The event is sponsored by the New Braun fcls Historic Railroad and Modelers For more call Brian Weidner at Ker mit Baese at 6252656 or Mike Ken del at Medicine Show There is a medicine show on the road and its headed for New On May New Braunfels Elks Lodge will host the Tommy Scott Touring Medicine Show at the Civic All proceeds received by the Elks will be given to the Comal County Senior Foundation for completion of the new senior In Doc Chamberlain founded the Herb O Lac Medicine Show and toured the nation with In he gave his formula to who still operates the a member of the American Society of Authors and Publishers and the Country Music in 1976 was given a place in the Walkway of Stars at the Country Music Hall of His star was installed with those of Ronnie Mickey Hoyt Axton and Ray Elk and senior citizens foundation members will be selling tickets to the familyoriented Children of the Sun SAN MARCOS Performances Uk Iurulm WHITE PANG BARGAIN MATINKKS SHOWS IU I OKI Si WALNUT 6 6296400 Discount Day Except us JUSTICE WEEKDAYS THfUGEMUTAHT HIHJAIURTlfSIt WEEKDAYS KEVIN CQSTMEK WEEKDAYS IMS 74J IdtsiliRCiiliki SUM WEEKDAYS 724 20 WARLOCK la WEEKDAYS Skc U 4 lu rt the enemy WEEKDAYS W Times good thru 42791 of Children of the Sun The Odyssey of Cabcza de Vaca will run today through April 24 at Southwest Texas State The written for Cabeza dc Vaca Week running through is an original drama by Theatre Arts faculty member Jay It premieres at with sub sequent performances through April The title is taken from the explor ers travel narrative of the new Adventures in the Unknown Inter That work is part of the South western Writers Collection at For ticket phone SWT Four by Chekhov SEGUIN Four by a scries of four studentdirected oneact plays will be presented at Texas Lutheran College through Performances are at in Wupper man Little Tickets are for general admis sion and for senior citizens and nonTLC students and may be pur chased at the door before each The four short farcical plays were written by Chekhov while he was a student in medical Fiesta centennial SAN ANTONIO Joining in the 100th anniversary of Fiesta celebra tions in San Antonio will be the Insti tute of Texan In the lower gallery through June 30 will be Fies ta on Parade This offi cial Fiesta centennial exhibit illus trates the changes and growth of the event over the The exhibit is spnsored by NCNB Community theater LOCKHART The Lockart Community Theater will present Opals a comedy about mailorder marital at 8 today and Saturday and again on April 2627 and 7 Regular admission is with stu dents and senior citizens at Group discounts are For more phone Watercolors hanging Maydcll Wittigs oil and waterco lor paintings of animals and landscapes are featured at the Arts SKATE CENTER SEGUIN i I NITE i NITE PARTY INFO 3793777 TH rH CD O P CD w O Landa Station Sat Nile Live Music No Cover STING RAY 711 No Cover Price Hamburgers Steak Shrimp Center 646 Walnut this Operated by the New Braunfcls Art the gallery is open Tuesdays through Saturdays from to 5 Spring Art Show Artists are inspired by the wild flowers beginning to appear and the month of March indicates it is time to apply for entry into the New Braun fcls Art Leagues 26th Spring Art Show set for Memorial Day May in the New Braunfcls Civic The entry deadline is but standbys will be accepted after that Original work only is allowed and no commercial exhibits or items purchased for resale will be per Fees for an air conditioned 8by10foot space are for members and S45 for non Three slides or pictures representa tive of the artists or craftsmans work for screening purposes if one has never shown in an NBAL show before and a selfaddressed stamped envelope for their return is An entry blank may be obtained by writing the New Braunfcls Art Box New Texas For more call the Arts Center or Pat Restaurant open CIBOLO Each Wednesday and Friday Northcliffc Country Club is opening its restaurant and bar to The rustic with a panoramic view of the North cliffe Scenic Hills golf is open from 9 Each Friday in entertainment will be provided by singer Barbara Her recent appearances include the Texas Dining Tow er of Americas Restaurant and the play Social Security at Bulverdes STAGE Nightly menu specials are To reach the restaurant from Interstate Highway 35 take the Cibolo cross over and turn north to the The clubhouse is on the four blocks Spring art show The San Marcos Art Leagues Spring Arts and Crafts Show is May 4 and Interested artists are invited to call 5123924713 or write for appli cations San Marcos Art Box San Texas Singln Rob SAN ANTONIO Singin also known as Robert Van Horn of will pcform show tunes in the lounge at Alamo City Theatre at each Friday night in April and Patrick Finley of San Antonio will be at the Selections will include a variety of tunes by Rogers and Hart and lots of The Friday night performances fol low Little Shop of Alamo City Theatre is at 339 Josephine San Phone for Nightlife Rusty Wier will be at Gruene Hall Saturday Call 6250142 for Appearing Saturday from 9 to 1 at the Watering Hole 1390 Old McQuceney is coun try group Smith and the Providing dance music Saturday at Bavarian Village Restaurant and Bier one block from will be the Cloverleaf WEEKEND SPECIAL Long Soo Mol Gai Tender breast of chicken sauleed with asparagus and Chinese mushrooms A brown Setved wilh fried rice and f Grilled Salmon Steak Flame grilled salmon wilh orange ginger sauo and steamed Served with white tea dpivrt of sherbet or 6251541 To Go Orders Welcome Lunch Dinner Specials Courtyard Shopping Center lauarian tillage Bitrgartzn SUMMER HOURS Closed Monday Open 5 pm 11 am Xufcntrant Located One Block from Authentic Gaman Food i Atmcsphera Entertainment fcr tie Family Sunday Buffet All You Can Eat Includes soup or salad dessert drink 112 Skiving American Cuisine Biergarten Special PM April 13 Swingin Dutchmen April 14 Brass Band 25 April 20 Cloverleaf Orchestra April 27 Little Fisherman For more Information Call 6250815 A Great Place To OPEN EVERY DAY Great Lunch Specials MondayFriday 6253280 541 Hwy 46 1 block South 135   

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