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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thuraday, February THE LETHIRIOQE HERALD-7 Critics pan stage return of actress MONTREAL The advance word on Eux, Genevieve Bujold's chosen vehicle for a return to the stage after an absence of nine years, was- "Wordy and a little bit like Who's Afraid of Virginia In an interview a week before Eux opened, Miss Bujold suggested she was returning to the stage because she feels her career, firmly tied to films since 1965, is in mid-stream But if she intends to get ashore at some point, it will have to be in a less leaky ve- hicle than the play she pre- miered in Montreal Tuesday night Neither Miss Bujold's pres- ence nor the powerful acting of Quebecois Jacques Godm were enough to rescue the play Some critics said most of the blame lies in the script by Eduardo Manet, a Cuban-born French playwright The rest lies in the direction by Paul Buissonneau. Eux means them, and the "them" of the title is a couple who are tearing themselves and each other apart in a desperate search for love and some meaning to their existence While Manet shows flashes of power in his concepts ana presentation, the flashes are persistently extinguished by buckets of words, torrents of yelling and screaming, and a drizzle of confusion. Director Buissonneau pro- vides the final hosing down by sending Miss Bujold scurrying off-stage for a costume and-or wig change every time she gets interesting Shows closed LONDON Brit- ain's industrial troubles have sent boxoffice receipts at Lon- don theatres plummeting and brought the curtain down per- manently on several shows Audiences are staying away because of fears they might be stranded by a train engineers' dispute, causing the cancella- tion of late-night trains. Movie houses in the capital are also feeling the crunch, with last week's receipts -down from the previous week OCEANS BEFOULED Between one million and 000 million tons of oil are add- ed to the oceans every year. TONIGHT REGIONAL ONE ACE FESTIVAL YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE at p.m. Adults and under 16 All available at the door Sponsored By Allied Arts Council Carradine clan mark birthday Veteran character and Shakespearean actor John Carradine cuts into his 68th birthday cake as his sons proudly look on at the commissary at the Burbank Studio in Burbank, California., Wednesday. Surrounding Carradine, from left, are: Robert, 19, Chris, 26, Keith, 24, Bruce 40, and David, 27. It was only the third time all of the sons and their father have been together. David holds his son, Free. Claudette Colbert back on stage after 10 years By GEORGE GENT New York Times Service WASHINGTON "Miss the stage manager called from the wings, "you're on Moments later, Claudette Colbert, a legend looking astonishingly like the young heiress who battled Clark Gable across the country in the 1934 film" classic, "It Happened One walked on the stage at the National theatre here to a welcoming ovation brought on by nostalgia, curiosity and high expectations The actress, who is making her first stage appearance in 10 years, is 'All It Takes Is A Little Confidence A little confidence can do wonders for your popularity on or off the dance floor You II be pleasantly surprised how your con- will improve as your dancing improves in just a few fun-filled lessons at the Monte Cristo Dance Academy MONTE CRISTO DANCE ACADEMY preaenta A Very Specie! 10 LESSONS Limited Time Otter 329-0955 Available to Students Mon.-Fri. 1-10 p.m. Sat 1-5 p.m. starring in Jerome Chodorov's new comedy, "A Community Of Two." The play, touring the country for six months before coming to Broadway next fall for a limited engagement, had received mixed reviews from the Washington critics, and there was much trepidation among the show's principals about its possible reception in New York. Feb. To Go Games Feb. 365 Days Jeux Canada COUNTDOWN PARTY Monday, Feb. 11th, 6-11 p.m. Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion Sports Exhibits Free Draw for Steer Dancing for the Family Tickets 1.00 each TICKETS AVAILABLE AT: Dunlop Ford, Muateland, Laiatar'a, McGulra'a, Gentleman III, Black's, Bond Straat, Sports, WEST COAST SEAFOODS TRUCKLOAD SALE OF Fresh Fish and Seafoods Green Acres Drive-In On Mayor Magrath Dr., Halibut Smoked fish Herring Oysters Shrimp Salmon Thurt. and_Fri., Feb. 7th, 8th From 11 a.m. and p.m. Aak For Prlcelot and Schedule LABOR CLUB Weekend Entertainment In Clubrooms 12S13rd AVENUE SOUTH THURSDAY EVERY THURSDAY8p TOM and CURTIS NIW BLACKOUT nd SAYURDAY Fab. 8th and 9th "COUNTRY BLUES" Members and The- Played Till Won (No Number UmN) ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre -THE POSEIDON ADVENTURE" in color. Stamrg Hackmar, Eniest Sprgn'ne. and Stevens Thursday, P-ida> and Saturday, February 7. 8 9 Thursday show at p m ADULT FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "GIRL IN MY SOUP" in color. Starring Peter Sellers, Goldie Hawn. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, February 7, 8 and 9. Thursday show at 8.00 p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT, PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "HARRY IN YOUR POCKET' in color. Starring James Coburn, Micheal Sarazin. Walter Pigeon. Thurs., Fn and Sat, Feb 7, 8 and 9. Thursday show at pm. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHRIDREV MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "LEGEND OF NIGGER CHARLIE" In color. Starring Fred Williamson. Thursday, February 7 show si 8.30 p m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN "BOB CORRELU'is Back etttw RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL Appmrfng daily from p.m. to p.m. and p.m. to 12 Midnight In ttw "AZTEC LOUNGE' I Bob has previously arranged and conducted the Musical Score for 2 Motion Pictures, and ijust recently finished an engagement at LaCosta Golf and Country dub in San Diego. f CLAUDETTE COLBERT Concern about the New York critics and the probable economic consequences of their displeasure explains in large part their decision to take the play on tour before braving the perils of Broadway. National tours before a Broadway opening are becoming standard among legitimate producers for these reasons and as an aid to making the theatrical "road" again a viable institution. The rationale behind the decision to tour with "A Community Of Two" was given by its young looking producer, Marshall Young, who, with Chodorov and Miss Colbert, are the show's financial principals. "The reason is 80 per cent economic." he declared during an interview in Chodorov's hotel suite before the performance. "For economic reasons. Broadway is becoming just another stop on the road. Don't misunderstand me If you have a sure hit and who ever had a sure hit7 Broadway is still where you can make it big. But with a light play, or one you suspect might not get rave reviews, Broadway can be disaster. Yon put two or three years work and a hundred thousand dollars into a play and it opens on Thursday and closes on Saturday. It's impossible.'" The alternative, he said, was to take the show on tour. where it can earn back its capitalization and have a chance ?o shake aawn Young orif "A Community Of a too art play with a tast of seven, had been budgeted at but the actual production cost was kept to 172.000. The tour, before halting in June for a summer hiatus and probably some major re writing before the Broadway opening, will take the show to such cities as Boston (where it already has an advance of Philadelphia, Los Angeles, St Louis, Cincinnati, Cleveland. Toronto and Chodorov's comedy is about a recently divorced woman who is locked out of her apartment and is offered a hospitable bed by her handsome neighbor. Canada Council paying tab for regional theatre tour By JAMES NELSON OTTAWA (CP) The Can- ada Council touring office is picking up unstated costs for a series of regional theatre pro- ductions touring Canada this year. A spokesman said the council has approved a series of deals in principle and will allocate costs later One arrangement is a co-op- erative venture by the Shaw Festival Theatre in Niagara- on-the-Lake, Ont., and Neptune Theatre in Halifax. The Shaw Festival will pro- duce George Bernard Shaw's The Devil's Disciple for its May-to-August season this year, but under auspices of the touring office it will tour the Atlantic provinces first. The co-operative venture is to have Shaw Festival do the artistic production while Neptune Theatre builds the theatre sets, thus saving freight haulage to the Maritimes from Niagara. It will open in Halifax April 4 and tour Charlottetown, St. John's, Nfld., and Frederictpn coming back to Belleville and Kingston, Ont., early in May. The spokesman said the touring office is also picking up part of the tab for an exchange of productions between the Playhouse Theatre of Fredericton and Bastion Theatre of Victoria. SETS STAY In this case, duplicate sets are being built in Fredericton and Victoria, and only the casts and costumes will move across the country The New Brunswick theatre group now is touring the prov- ince with Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman, and will close in Fredericton Feb. 19. It will reopen in Victoria about 10 days later Health meet OTTAWA (CP) Federal and provincial health ministers will meet here Feb. 13 and 14 to discuss major health problems such as nutrition and venereal disease, Health Minister Marc Llonde said Wednesday. Also on the agenda are ambulance services, acupuncture policy and the Proprietary and Patent Medimne Act, the statement said IN20TH YEAR The Festival Singers of Canada, part of- the inter- nationally renowned Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, is currently in its 20th season. The Manitoba Theatre Centre is staging Dybbuk, a play by S An-sky which has been called a Jewish Hamlet Under touring office sponsorship it will be brought east from Winnipeg to play in Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto, Kingston, Hamilton, and possibly London, Ont Feb. 14th to 20th PARAMOUNT THEATRE RESERVE SEAT TicKete Now On Sale AT LEISTERS AIISe.to'2.50 Open Tonight Don't FIDDLE AROUND figuring your own INCOME TAX Taxes are the largest single expense of your lifetime' You can help minimize them by seeing H R BLOCK We'll make iure you receive every legal deduction Then we'll double check your return for accuracy Why Rome around7 Let BLOCK light your fire' COMPLETE RETURNS GUARANTEE Canada's Tax Service- With Ovn 6000 Offices in North 329-3832 324 13th 8t No. 327-4078 9 to 9-, Saturday 9 to 5 APPOINTMENT NECESSARY, I COMMUNITY SERVICES OF UTNMHMt PUBLIC Ftfc. rtk. Nfc. Fib. 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