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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta No accident theatre in Alberta in good shape Worth 197 THE tfTHJSRIDGE HEBAID 7 Aalborg turns to health work By GLENN1S 30LM EDMONTON Its TO accident that theatre in Ed monton is in good says Gordon head of the University of Albertas drama Theatre in this area has strong roots and has been building steadily for a number of hs said in an inter The Banff School of Fine Arts started as a theatre school in the De DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Notional Store 3277244 in Al berta put drama on the school so that classes could be taught in It was the first province to do In the drama depart ment at the university It was the first of its kind in Canada and is still only one of tliree in Canada that gives a degree in fine arts in Tilings like that are proba bly the reasons that Alberta has such a flourishing theatre he COMPANIES DO WELL Alberta has two professional theatre Calgary and The Citadel in are doing Thats a very good WINSTON CHURCHILL HIGH SCHOOL THE SOUND OF MUSIC MARCH 24th THRU 27th YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE EACH EVENING Tickets available from all Dougs Music leisterj Music or at Yates Box Phone 3277055 SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre KELLYS Starring Donald Mash Clint Eastwood and Don March Shows at and FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre The big one starring the big John Wayne and Robert March Shows at and MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre CANNON FOR CORDOBA In Starring Geoige March Show at PICTURE BUTTECinema Theatre Walt Disneys DARBY OGILL AND THE LITTLE PEO Starring Walter Satur day and March 13 and Show each night at PINCHER CREEKFox Theatre HOW DO I LOVE Starring Jackie Maureen Shelley Winters and Rose mary March Shows at and Suitable For TABER Tower Theatre NED Starring Mick March Shows at 700 and Adult Not Suitable For Get more out of life Take the family to a movio Its unusual to have two proi fessiona theatres in a piov ince with such a relatively small Another professional theatre group is just Theatre i 3 is running three productions i this i Edmonton also has an teur theatre Walter which puts on about five productions a year and which plajs to almost 100pereent capacity And the university has an amateur students group as well as the drama departments two thea Studio Theatre and Torches Studio Theatre opened in Peacock At that it was the only theatre in Edmonton of fering a season of It actually was started more to provide plays for audience experiences than to offer teaching he TIED TO PROGRAM the university felt it had a responsibility to provide some sort of live theatre for Edmonton as well as for the And of course it wanted a theatre of as high a standard as Sludio Theatres reason and productions now are tied closely to the drama depart ment Members of the faculty credit Pea cock with many of the innova There are four productions a year in Studios own 275 seat Its impossible to extend the siason or increase the number of performances be cause the theatre actually is in se every either for stage design or Peacock A unique ticket arrange ment ensures 100percent at tendance yet leaves the de partment free to choose productions that meet teach ing Two tickets for for the season are offered to which takes care of of the seats for the 10day remainder of the 500 to SOB for each are offered free to university stu dents on a first Eorved WAIT TO GET Theres a waiting list of about 100 to get on the sub scriber membership he Subscribers also are en couraged to make donations the and YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE RADIO and TV JHIEV 9 302 13th Get Together With Friends Here DINING OUT IS GRAND SUNDAY BRUNCH Sunday Family Buffet SERVED 11 to 1 Choice of Sausages or Bacon and Children 1 3 Under 12 3Up Adult I Served in the Dining Room 4 to 8 FEATURING Prime Ribs of Alberta Famous Hot Jellied Rel ishes and many other tasty treats to delight your DURING THE WEEK ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS LUNCHEON BUFFET DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND SERVED DAILY MONDAY THRU FRIDAY FEATURING Our famous Smorgasbord ONLY MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE PHONE 3275701 this money goes into a student This tethud frees us from boxoffice The price covers all the admin istrative costs cf looking after secretarial services and so All production costs are borne by the department as a teach ing r student in the sional in the uni dergraduate p ogiam and 12 in the graduate program mrit take part in three of the either act ing or But the productions are not ue utti in many roles Ixxajse Mr Peacock believes students I a great deal of i nee from working along the piofessionals in an apprenticeship is in as head of the departj mimt at the end of this umverj sity He recently asked j to be relieved of the admmisI trative duties and go back on j Maff to just I have two loveateaching acting and he said Criminal code changes will aid minor offenders the two are K he io Cahfornn where he directs summer theatre at the Pacific Ccnsei Santa A of of Peaiutk took his master of fine a is degree at Carnegie University in Pitts burgh Pa He i i tinned to the drama department here as a lecturer in and was appointed head of the department then a division in 1 I had a staff of including a secre hi Now there are 20 fulltime tliree parttime and six graduate teaching As well as the regular department stu allow 250 students from other university programs take elates offered by the drama EDMONTON CP vincial Treasurer Anders Aal borg s a i d he will do adininib trative ard public nLtions woi k for the Cardiac Institute in Edmonton be retires at the next Jicial election says inter lest in heart ailments Ls in creasing and theres a big job to be done with who have to be caieiu of years sul left to Ho a a years ago and has been a fre quent visitor to Use institute for 3i An election Is expected in OTTAWA Ui itaoicai new sentencing provisions may soon be written into the Criminal Code to allow persons convicetd of minor offences to Minister John while not disclosing has jidicated that a package bill of Criminal Code amendments may give judges the to impose sentences that would be served on weekends Similar sentencing flexibility might be applied to cases in which an offender depends on driving for his A truck driver convicted of criminal negligence for be banned from driving in his leisure time but allowed to drive when Mandatory licence suspension for riving offences is opposed by Turner because he regards it as an unequal application of the law where it effects the livelihood of an Flexible sentencing was recommended last year in the report of a special committee on corrections undsr Justice Roger Ouimet of 13NCOURAGED Peacock thinks this is an important part of the it interests more and more individuals in And the departments low ticket prices and the free tickets that encourage students to set good live theatre are In a wa were preparing One of the most Interesting recent developments in the theatre in the Edmonton area is the fantastic amount of new Canadian works that are being he Practically every group in Edmonton is or has been or will be doing a Canadianwritten And thats Producers and audiences are getting away from the old idea that if its written by a Canadian it cant be any Woman burning to death didnt know it LONDON Reuter Housewife Sheila Sayers was burning to death but it was not until she glanced in a mirror that she realized her clothes and hair were an inquest was told was a drug addict and did nol feel a thing after injecting herself with Detective Edward E 1 v i d g e old the coroner that she had the drug just before lighting a fire in the fireplace in her When he visited her in she said I didnt feel my clothes I didnt know until I lookec in the mirror and saw my She died four days after the fire and a verdict of accidenta death was at the YORK HOTEL Corner 3rd and 13th By Popular Demand From 11 Todays Showtimes in PARAMOUNT Saturday Special Matinee Bushbaby One Complete Show Short Subjects Western Rock MONDAY through SATURDAY MARCH 15th Five Easy Pieces Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects Alex in Wonderland One Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Saturday Short Subjects Diary of a Mad Housewife Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects Diary of a Mad Housewife One Complete Show COLLEGE Tlin Suggests er 75c 2 ipeeial sauce mayonnaUs French fries OUC i ine D Baron Bun Grilled Cheese 35t Burger 606 Tiny Bnron Sandwich 75t Corned Beef on 75t Burger 65 i Charcoal Burger Coney Island Hot Dog 35c Grilled Ham 60 3Sc each 3 for SI French fries 25t 30c 4O4 Tuna Mayor Magrath Drive Phone Special Matinee Short Subjects Bushbaby Last Complete Show Short Subjects There Was a Crooked Man Last Complete Show Snndav Bushbaby One Complete Show Short Subjects There Was a Crooked Man One Complete Show CANADIAN CLUB 9th AVENUE AND 6th STREET NORTH Presents a CABARET DANCE MARCH 13 Official Test Form for the Canadian Travel Test Sunday March 14th at 8 on your CBCTV station Cut out this 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SUSANNAH YORK JANt tlKt GEORGE SCOTT COLLEGE NOW SHOWING thru Showing SUNDAY at 2 Shows MONDAY and ff KRGBMBEWlil RESTRICTED ADULT A mixture of and every man having his price was a rroofced In KSSffiL mmtv ran Showing SUNDAY only FAMILYENTERTAINMENT adventure as big as Africa itself Introducing anew kind of movie star The Bushbaby1 FromMGM taMelrocotor STARTS SUNDAY Ona Show at At least I know who I was when 1 got this but I thinkl must have changed several times since then Alices Adventures in Lewis Carrolt RtblKICTED ADULT W DONALD SUTHERLAND MATINEE MONDAY AT 2 15 PM as ALEX MONDAY AT 3 15 Metro feAMyi Mayer presents DONALD SUTHERLAND and MOREAU n ALEX IN VIDNDERLANO VvMtCT W ftulNtaBkyand Larry Tucte ENDS FIVE EASY PIECES TONIGHT IN COLOR with JACK NICHOLSON ;