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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 6-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, June 1, 1974 Halifax theatre picture may change I ,___... w it____ in rsnrJ aafh HC IS IlvW Iv TV highlights HALIFAX (CP) If Neptune Theatre's new artistic director, John Wood, has his way, the theatre picture in Halifax may be in for considerable change. Mr. Wood, in his first news conference since being ap- pointed to succeed Robert Sherrin, said Tuesday he wants to establish a second theatre which would be more than an appendage to Neptune, Halifax's main theatre which is concluding its 10th anniversary. He said he does not want "to draw a distinction between Neptune and a second theatre. The difference would be in surroundings not quality." To amplify his interest, he said he would like to direct three plays in Neptune and two in the second theatre. Second Stage, a Neptune of- fshoot which was generally re- garded as a poor cousin and a good place- for experimental theatre, died recently when its government grant ran out. Mr. Wood hopes to approach the Canada Council for more money for a second theatre as a special project. He also hopes to find a different location for it than the confined surroundings Second Stage had. Another project is creation of a resident company of 12 to 15 experienced actors. "It would mean better quality acting and, in the long run, would be cheaper than bringing in players for each Mr. Wood said. Province-wide auditions to select potential actors to come to Halifax for experience in a corps of journeymen actors connected with Neptune is another aspiration. So is recruiting Al- lan Lang to be Neptune's com- poser. Mr. Wood has Canadian experience with the CBC in Toronto, the Manitoba Theatre Centre in Winnipeg, Theatre Calgary, Theatre New Brunswick in Fredericton, the Stratford Festival and the Playhouse Theatre Centre in Vancouver and has worked in England and Boston. Because he is new to Neptune and still has two directing commitments in Stratford and Lennoxville, his plans tor plays for next season which begins in the fall are not final. Among those he would like to produce are classics such as You Can't Take It With You, Miss Alliance, The Tempest, Godspell, Jacques Briel Is Alive and Well in Paris, Mother Courge and Hamlet. Among contemporary Cana- dian works under consideration are Les Belles Soeurs by Michel Tremblay, who Mr. Wood considers as "one of the most brilliant writers in our country." STMETNOftTtl ALMERVA OM, opon custom fun Mm, 6; BILL U BRYAN FINNIGAN 345-3362 SUCCESS THRU SERVICE" SATURDAY SPORTS: Wide World of Sports, 3 p.m., Cb. 11. The Mason- Dixon 500, offering a purse of and the International Pro Track and Field Championships from New York. CHILDREN: Children's Cinema, 4 p.m., Ch. 7. How to Be is a lighthearted look at the effects of today's music and fashions on young people; and "Zoum the Dolphin." NATURE DOCUMENTARY: Klahanie, p.m. Ch. 7. The conclusion of "Oolachan Run" examines how oil is extracted from fish by means of a process that has been used for centuries by Indians. SPORTS: Wide World of Sports, p.m., Ch. 13. Highlights of the Player's Pacific auto race, taped at Westwood, B.C. First of eight races in the Player's Challenge series. NATURE SPECIAL: Jacques Cousteau, 5 p.m., Ch. 11. In Pacific and Mediterranean waters Cousteau's cameras study the elusive octopus. MUSICAL VARIETY: Lawrence Welk, 6 p.m., Ch. 9. The salute to the late great Nat "King" Cole. SUSPENSE MOVIE: Live Again, Die Again, p.m., Ch. 11. A woman is brought back to life after having been frozen for 34 years. Donna Mills, Geraldine Page, Walter Pidgeon. min., repeat. MOVIE DRAMA: Climb an Angry Mountain, 8 p.m., Ch. 9. Fugitive Indian is sought by a rancher sheriff and hard-nosed New York cop. Fess Parker, Barry Nelson, Joe Kapp. 1972, 2 hours, repeat. DRAMA: Whiteoakds of Jama, p.m., Ch. 7. Mrs. Stroud, while keeping up her friendship with Eden, becomes attracted to Rennie. Paul Harding, Kate Reid. WESTERN MOVIE: Texas Across the River, 9 p.m., Ch. 13. Satire centres on a fugitive Spanish nobleman, his Southern- belle fiance, a loud-mouthed Texas gunrunner and a fetching maiden in distress. Dean Martin, Alain Delon, Rosemary Forsyth, Joey Bishop. 1966, 2 hours, repeat. MOVIE BIOGRAPHY: Alexander the Great, 12 midnight, Ch. 7. Ambitious account of the life and times of the Macedonian prince who tried to conquer the world. Richard Burton, Fredric March. 1956. MOVIE COMEDY: One, Two, Three, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Frenetically paced grab bag of satire and punchlines, focusing on the problems of a Coca-Cola man in West Berlin. James Cagney. 1961, 1 hour, 50.min. SUNDAY SPORTS: CBS Sports Spectacular, 12 noon, Ch. 9. American world-record holders and Olympic medallists headline the Kennedy Memorial Games at Berkely, Calif. AGRICULTURE: Country Canada, p.m., Ch. 7. Ralph Bennett, former director of Livestock Marketing Service, discusses soaring beef prices: interviews with beef MOVIE COMEDY: Father Was a Football Coach. p.m., Ch. 11. About a football coach, his wife and two daughters. Fred MacMurray, Maureen O'Hara. 1949, 90 min. SPORTS SPECIAL: Kemper Open, 2 p.m., Ch. 9. I- inal- round action in the Kemper Open from Charlotte, N.C. SPORTS: World Invitational Tennis Classic, 3 p.m., Ch. 11. Chris Everts vs Margaret Court in the women's singles final. FAMILY: World of Disney, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. A visiting farm boy and country lad vie for the attention of a neighboring farm girl. Michael McGreevey, Billy Mumy. COMEDY: Cat Ballon, 7 p.m., Ch. 13. Pilot film based on the movie, with Forrest Tucker playing Kid Shelleen. Jo Ann Harris, Harry Morgan. DRAMA: The Waltons, .p.m., Ch. 7. John faces an agonizing choice when he is offered for Waltons Mountain. Ralph Waite, Noah Beery. VARIETY: Bobbie Gentry, p.m., Ch. 13. First of a four-week series. Bobbie is joined this week by Robert Goulet and Wayne Newton. CRIME DRAMA: Colombo, 8 p.m., Ch. 9. A phony murder threat boosts voter sympathy for a dynamic senatorial candidate. Peter Falk, Jackie Cooper. ADVENTURE MOVIE: You Can't Win 'Em All, 8 p.m., Ch. 11 Yarn about a band of mercenaries in the Turkish civil war. Charles, Bronson, Tony Curtis. 1970, 2 hours. MOVIE COMEDY: Charlie Chaplin Theatre, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Tonight "The Gold generally considered Chaplin s finest achievement. ADVENTURE MOVIE: Viva Juanito, p.m., Ch. 7. Boy and two adventurers are caught up in a political power struggle. Pablito Calvo. German, 1965. MONDAY ADVENTURE MOVIE: Against All Flags, 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Entertaining tongue in cheek pirate yarn. Errol Flynn, Maureen O'Hara. 1952, 90 min. PEPSI COLA'S RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of The-tethbridge Herald. Saturday Qp Wide World of Sports B Reasoner Report B Klahanie 8 News B Bugs Bunny 8 Apples Way B Jacques Cousteau "Octopus, Octopus IB News B Wrestling 8 Lawrence Welk B Sonny and Cher Report B Kingo Bingo B Musical Friends B Partridge Family 8 Barnaby Jones B Mission Impossible B Movie: T.B.A. B ROQ 8 Movie: Climb an Angry Mountain 8 Front Page Challenge 8 Jalna B Police Surgeon B Owen Marshall B Movie: Texas Across the River a Men at Sea B News 8 News B Dean Martin a T.B.A. 8 Mary Tyler Moore a News 8 Carol Burnett B News News P.M. B News Rock Concert B Flick Flack 8 5x3 Variety B Movie: One. Two Three B Movie: Alexander the Great B Everything Goes Sunday B Christopher Closeup 8 Bailey's Comets B This is the Life 8 Amazing Chan a Reach Out B Dwavne Friend B Thought for the Day B University of the Air B Niven Miller 8 Day of Discovery B Gospel Hour B Oral Roberts 6 Day of Discovery 8 Kathyrn Kuhlman B To You With Love B Catherine Nivne B Make a Wish 8 Look Up and Live B Faith for Today B 4-H Clubtime B Kid Power 8 Meet tte Press B Outdoor Living B Osmonds B Window on Britain (he Line B Crossroads 8 H.R. Parn-staf 8 Tennis Classic II :30 B Claire Olsen B Issues and Answers B Rural Report B Rex Hombard 8 Alphabet Soop B AsncaliOTc U.S.A. a Sports Spectacular B American Horse and B Dick Van Dyke B Cat Ballau 8 Beachcombers B FBI 8 World of Disney a Waltons IB Bobbie Gentry B Movie: T.B.A. 8 Mystery Movie 8 Charlie Chaplin Review (B Movie: Shaft 8 Mystery Movie B W5 B News B Jimmy Dean Show B Good Ole Nashville Music B News 8 News B News 8 News B News B Oil Report 8 Outdoor Living 8 News 8 Travelure a Movie: Viva Juanito B Merv Griffin CHEC 1090 Monday Morning 6 Thought for the Day B University of the Air Q Understanding Our World B Yoga O Salute to Agriculture