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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 4, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 6 A IHeraldZeitungl Wednesday Jan Arts Entertainment ive over Jeanne Dixon We have our own uredictiom Elizabeth Elliott No crystal I dont need one The spirit of 95 is in the air If you cant sense it youve been in that rocking chair too long But I could make the boldest wager on the outcome of this brand new year without blinking I could clean up on a fortune if I did Why am I so con fident The signs are First of all were having a Sesqui centennial Whats so great about that It means that every one of us can proudly claim this community as our own Well even let you new comers out there join the celebration Secondly three major arts organi zations New Braunfels Art League Childrens Museum and Circle Arts Theatre have done extensive renova tions upgrading their facilities and services Thirdly the businesses in town are becoming more and more aware of the intrinsic value of implementing and celebrating the arts So what think its pretty difficult to focus on the history the beauty the accomplishments and the wisdom of we the people of this community without the grace of healing taking place We need that Itll be subtle gradual without great struggle As it should be It will be a case of filling our circumscribed world with so much positive action that there will be no room for negative attack mode methods for change That doesnt mean being lulled into com placency about things we dont like It means giving the heaveho to Fear and helping Love do its work Too Pollyanna for you Actually its more pragmatic than you dream Two winners is ALWAYS a better outcome than one winner one loser As to those have you been inside either the Childrens Museum or the Art League building lately The museum fascinates ALL us kids and bit by bit the Art League Center is not only more func tional but becoming very attractive And thats what both places do more and more attract visitors And even though Operation Facelift is not totally finished yet pardon my pride over Circle Arts new exterior Now about those aware business Thanks to Karen Crandle the Downtown Association and every one involved in the Main Street pro ject the getting cooperative effort with its annual arts focus for students Its called Youth Artbeat Everyones getting the message Again its an accent on the positive telling our young people to JUST SAY LIFE Cards on the table Here they predictions for 1995 1 We will have a Sesquicenten nial festival that involves more of our citizens than any celebration weve had before 2 New Braunfels Art League will COMPLETE the repairs and renovations to its building by the end of this year 3 The Childrens Museum will exceed the highest number of visitors its had in the past 14 More local people as we as outoftowners will discover the quality performances at Circle Arts Theatre 5 More young people will become excited about the visual lit erary and performing arts than ever before 6 The arts in general will real ize more revenue through grants and contributions because of their own increased productive efforts 7 The Greater New Braunfds Arts Council will have its work cut out trying to choose the business that most deserves its ANNUAL ARTS AWARD 8 Last but most important ALL of us will grow so much in rue AGAPE look it up that surrout d ing towns will want to know what the secret is in managing our town so well Now the question is this Anybody out there want me to be wrong atlout these predictions Youll win Dr Edward M Wuensch is pleased to announce he is assuming the family dental practice of Dr E J Sciantarelli 457 Landa Suite I 6254313 Preventive Restorative Cosmetic Dentistry Elizabeth Elliott is a guest nistfor the HemldZeitung writing on the arts and STAGE preps for Texas Nonprofit Theatre Festival in Februarjj From staff reports Pizzazz by the award winning author Hugh Leonard is the STAGE entry for the Texas Nonprofit Theatre Festival 95 at SALT in February 1995 and will play for one weekend in January at Krause House in Bulverde Show times at Krause House are at 8 on January and 21 The Sunday matinee on Jan 22 will be at Show tickets are for all seats No season tickets will be accepted for this contest entry production but sea son ticket holders are entitled to a discount from the ticket price A champagne punch and cheese reception will follow the performance on Thursday Jan 19 Call 210 4382339 for reserva tions Directors Nancy Florman and Zada Jahnsen present five veteran perform ers in this Chinese Box of a play All is not as it seems as two apparent strangers play an elaborate game while waiting to hire out cabin cruisers on the River Shannon The cast includes Sharon Knibbe of Spring Branch Sherri Truitt Dr Nils Florman Jr and Julia E Cammack of San Antonio Food will be available at the Krause House Food Bar beginning at for the Thursday Friday and Saturday shows 1 for the Sunday matinee Food is optional and is not included in the price of show tickets Nils Florman left as Conroy Sharon Knibbe center of Spring Branch and and D B as Rooney Marion Photo by JAMES JAHNSEN IMPORTANT NOTICE TO TCI CABLE TV CUSTOMERS ABOUT ADDITIONAL PROGRAMMING Beginning December 31 we will be bringing you some new programming to Expanded Basic service We made these three changes to offer you more variety in your television entertainment On December 31 we will add TV on Ch 25 Cable Health Channel on Ch 97 and Country Music TV on Ch 99 To make room for this new programming we will move Mind Extension Univ to Ch 98 on Expanded Basic and move CNBC to Ch 20 on our Basic Cable Package Our PayperView Channels will now be available from 6 PM to 5 AM everyday of the week Watch your mailbox for a letter from us detailing all the changes And be sure to tune in to this new television programming TCI Cablevision of Central Texas Were taking television into tomorrow New Braunfels 6253408 Canyon Lake 9643960 Circle Arts Theatre casts Rumors production They say there are some wild goingson at Circle Arts Theatre these days It seems that four women and four men are pretending to be married couples and rumor has it theyre cel ebrating the anniversary of a fifth cou ple whom no ones seen for some time But Ken knows that Chris told Claire what she heard from Cassie who accused Glenn of hankypanky with My ra Its all part of the theatres opening production of its 27th season Neil Simons fastpaced comedy Directors Roberta ElUott calls it a unique blend of sophistica tion and with a script that reminds her of Noises Off but this time she wont have to rotate an entire set in the middle of the show Shes not unhappy about that Thats an understatement But what Im really pleased about is the said Elliot Most of them are sea soned highly skilled actors and by the time we open the audience will have a hard job identifying the novices Theyre all so capable Cast as the attorney Ken and his nervous wife Chris are experienced performers Gary Pemberlon and Cathy Clark Pemberton is remem bered for the title role of The For eigner and Clark is known for her many musical characters the last one being Sister Amnesia in Bob Byxbee last seen here in The Foreigner will portray Lenny the accountant and Joy Lindsey former ly known as Sister Mary Leo in Nun sense will play his sharpwitted wife Claire Playing the psychiatrist Ernie will be veteran actor Lewis Sarkozi while his wife the T V chef Cookie will be portrayed by Carol Bissett last seen in Noises Off Newcomer William Day of San Antonio will do the hon ors as Glenn whos running for the Senate and Cindy Lynch seen in last seasons Laundry and Bourbon will play his insecure wife Cassie Rounding out the cast will be Car men Hinojusa as the tough little police sergeant who investigates the goings on and Taylor Lee as a rxkic cop Tickets will go on sale Jan 16 at ChinanThings Reservations for con tributors and season pass holders will begin on the same date and be open to the general public a week later Jan 23 They may be made by calling 609 3092 MondaySaturday noon to 6 only The champagne opening happens Feb 2 and the 7 performance on Sunday Feb 5 will be a benefit for the local Cancer Society tend my deep m January SpectaC Liberty Street BBQ 1 Barbciue Sandwich Get One Free includes brisket sausage pork ham or turkey sandwiches Open 11 am Daily Orders To Go 6291671 Liberty North Street Now Accepting GOOD MORNING All You Can Eat BREAKFAST BUFFET includes Fruit Bar 6AM11AMMonFn except holidays Senior Citizens 55 yrs or older 155 Hwy 46 5 New Braunfels 6259200 FKLS IlKIDAI ftTidat Showcase January 4 1995 New Braunfels Civic Center Doors Open PM visit wedding service consultants Bridal Fashion Show Lfrawings Refreshments special jroom drawing also must he present to win Admission Bridal Showcase Coupon 1 Admission coupon Limit one coupon per visitor
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