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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 2, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, Feb. 2,1994 ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ 7 A Arts & Entertainment S P O T L I G H T ON Music has power for impossible dreams SOUND OF HOPE...We all know that music doesn’t affect wars. But a certain ‘cellist doesn’t agree. In his latest book, “Maybe (Maybe Not),” Robert Fulghum . Elizabeth tel!s1thc st0?- -in M    said we should Elliott    repeat it. I’ll try to do it justice. Sitting in front of a bakery where mortar fire struck a breadline, killing 22 people, is Vedran Smailovic, dressed in formal wear and playing his ‘cello. As a member of the Sarajevo Opera Orchestra, there is little he can do about hate and war. He knows he might be shot or beaten. Even so, every day fro 22 days, he has braved sniper and ; artillery fire to do the only dung he J knows to do. He plays his ‘cello. Now, most everyone in Sarajevo knows his name and face, and Croats, Serbs and Muslims alike place flowers to enshrine where he played. But Sarajevo is not the only place he’s known. Beliz Brother, a Seattle, Washington, artist, read his story, and then organized 22 ‘cellists to play in 22 public places in Seatde for 22 days. On the final day, they played together in front of a store window displaying 22 burned-out bread pans and 22 roses. People came. And the story was passed on. Later, in Washington, D.C., 22 ‘cellists played the day Mr. Clinton was sworn into office. Who might hear? The cynic says one ‘cellist cannot stop a war. But we must never feel foolish for believing that whenever someone takes the risk to address the world with truth, the world may stop what it is doing and hear. “When we cease believing this, the music will surely stop. Meanwhile, a ‘cellist plays in die streets of Sarajevo.” THE MUSIC CONTINUES...This time, with the lovely sounds of the Community Chorale, doing a very special concert at 3 p.m., this coming Sunday, Feb. 6, at New Braunfels Presbyterian Church on Howard Street. Marsha Carlisle will direct her singers in romantic ballads, patriotic numbers, and a humorous collection accompanied by kazoos, slide whistles, and the like. It sounds as if the Chorale will have as much fun as the audience! CHAMPAGNE OPENING...It happens this Thursday, at Circle Arts Theatre, when “Nunsense” hits the boards. The musical comedy, directed by Roberta Elliott, will also show off the talent of Choreographer Vicki Wimberly-Martin, who’s designed some wonderful, fast-paced movement, and taught five ladies (who never did it before) how to tap dance! Remember, this Sunday’s performance will be a benefit for Comal County Child Advocates, no passes redeemable then. And those of you who purchase Friday or Saturday tickets at China-n-Things, may present them at Plaza Diner for a special two-for-one offer. Yummm! CIRCUS CREATION.,.!!* theme of the recent Dinner With The Arts inspired me to write a poem to set the mood for the show. It’s a simple little poem, not terribly impressive, but several of you called, asldng for a copy, so here it is: The Balancing Act Life is a circus of more than three rings We're expected to juggle millions of things. We fly through some days with the greatest of ease But the next one may find us down on our knees, Or walking a tightrope, striving for grace While waiting below are lions to face And always the juggling of feelings and fact -Always required is the balancing act (Elizabeth Elliott is executive director and founder of Circle Arts The- tfTflhz ..... Public Welcome ’Eagles Hall New Braunfels * Saturday, February 5th -Frank Cosub & Sounds of Country 8 p.m. • 12 a.m. $5 per person, S9 per couple Wednesday, February 9th -Skat Sc Domino Tournament Open at S p.m. Hnvi.) I" wry Thin1 :d ty .)! Od p in I ! i. al 74 ' I (88848 5 Hall rental for Weddings, Anniversaries and Reunions Best Dance Floor in Texas 625-7243 We’re Meeting Comal County Habitat for Humanity will meet at 7:30 on Thursday, Feb. 3 at the Dittlinger Memorial Libaray. We have •elected our first partner family and are looking for a building site. Construction will being soon! anyone interested in helping our efforts in any way is welcome to •Used die meeting. Call 625-7005 for more mfctmadon. For those unable to attend the msrfnfl, donations for our fust home may bo amt to: P.O. Box 310487, New Braun-,78131-0487 Members of Hermann Sons Albert Kypfer Lodge No. 106 are reminded of fro meeting on Friday, Feb. 4 at 7:30 p.m. For foe social before the meeting members are sked to bring soup and sandwiches. Guada Coma Garden Club will meet i Feb. 8, at 2 p.m. in the Park Conference Room. Arbor Day will be observed by ; planting a tree in the Lands Park Arbore-• turn after the meeting. t The Bereavement Support Group will ? meet Wednesday, Feb. 9 at 9 a.m. at the Senior Center at 655 Lamia. Anyone faced with the loss of a close relative or friend is encouraged to come share adivce about how to cope with, prepare for, and go on living. If you are responsible for the well-being of an elderly member of your family, you are invited to come share your story with other such care-glvers. The next meeting will be Wednesday, Feb. 9 at 3 p.m. at the Senior Center at 655 Landa. Please call Jan Harrison at 629-8181 if you would like to reserve a place for your elderly relative at foe Colonial Manor during the meeting. There is no cost BINGO American Legion Post 35 1-74-1553286-4 Saturdays 7:00 pm Doors open at 5:00 pm at Comal County Sportsman Club 252 S. Kowald Ln.f N.B. 625-5535 NEW BRAUNFELS COMMUNITY CHORALE CONCERT Sunday, February 6,1994 - 3:00 p.m. New Braunfels Presbyterian Church Tickets - Adults 35 Seniors & Students 34 Tickets Available at China 'n' Things •tis* Dragon Place Service In our beautiful dining room or orders to take out Daily Lunch Special $395 Weekend Lunch Special $51S Dinner Special $59S Hours: Monday-Friday Lunch 11 -2:30 Dinner 5-10:00 Saturday and Sunday Lunch I 1:30-2:30 Dinner 5-10:00 210-608-9111 983 N. Loop 337 New Braunfels Ml® ill , ' RUSH ROON come enjoy lunch & private dining hear Rush Limbaugh’s live radio show Mon-Fri 11-2 A'.V. GOOD MORNING! don't forget Burger Madness burger, fries, drink & tax -five great selections. 4.49 trolly Joe’s. FUN-FOOD-SPIRITS Call 620-1234 All You Can Eat BREAKFAST BUFFET includes Fruit Bar 6AM - 11AM Mon-Fri (except holidays) 4.99 Senior Citizens (55 yrs. or older) 2.99 1153 Oasis. New Braunfels (.ll I lux ms AVAILABLE WALNUT 6 629-6400 III 35 and Walnut Ave. ALL SHOWS BEFORE 6:00 PM $3.00 Thaw good 1/28 thru 2/3 Perfect gift for cooks & fishermen Gulf Coast Cooking by Virginia Elverson u 155 Hwy 46 S. • New Braunfels * 625-9200 it Mbs. 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