New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 11, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas
'Penzance'a real 'G'
Ray Wylie Hubbard
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The Mid-Texas Symphony Orchestra and Chorus will present the Easter portion of G F. Handel's Messiah this Sunday in the New Braunfels Civic Center. The concert begins at 4 p.m., with a reception afterward to be hosted by the New Braunfels Symphony Guild.
Dr. Arlis Hiebert, chairman of the music department at Southwest Texas State University, will direct the production. Featured soloists will be Linda Poetschke, soprano; Peggy Gregory Brunner, alto; leonard Johnson, tenor and Russell Gregory, bass.
In addition to conducting the Mid-Texas chorus, Dr. Hiebert serves as choirmaster at New Braunfels Presbyterian Church. He sang the role of Caspar last Christmas in the Presbyterian-United Methodist production of Amahl.
Tickets for the Messiah are available at Krause Books, or at the door. Senior citizens get .special rates.
The Owl and the Pussycat continues this week at Circle Arts Theatre, with performances tonight and Saturday at 8:15, and a matinee at 4 p rn. Sunday. Tickets are available at Krause Books.
Ivau McDougal of San Antonio will paint a watercolor for members of the New Braunfels Art
On area screens
Brauntex Theatre, 290 VV San Antonio — Joy Sticks (R). Show times 7:15 and 9 tonight and Monday. Four shows Saturday at 2:15, 4,7:15 and 9.
I .ate show omitted Sunday.
Also Without a Trace i PG I. Show times 7 and 9:15 tonight and Monday; 2, 4:15, 7 and 9:15 Saturday. Sunday shows at 2,4:15 and 7.
Bargain price on all matinees and all Monday night shows.
Cinema l&II, Walnut Square — Jom <G) held over. Show times 7 and 9 each night Saturday and Sunday matinees at 1,3 and 5 p.m.
Also An Officer and a Gentleman. Shows at 7 and 9:15 each night. Weekend matinees at I 30 and 4:15 I discount show I,
In area clubs
Bavarian Village, 212 W. Austin — Open this Saturday, with music and dancing from 7-10 p in.
Bluebonnet Palace, 111 35 South — Tonight: Texas Pride. Saturday: Star lineup with Gene Watson, Tony Booth and Clifton Jansky.
Crystal Chandelier, I»op 337 — Tonight: Clifton Jansky and the Drifters. Saturday: The Goolaks.
Gruene Hall — Saturday: I.eroy Parnell. Sunday, 4-6 p.rn.: Jazz band 556
Heidelberg Halle, 111 35 North — Saturday: Morning. Sunday, 6-10: Moonlight Express.
K-C Hall, Seguin — Tonight, 8-12: George Strait.
Something Good Restaurant, 283 S. Union — Tonight and Saturday: Janis Turk on guitar.
Starting Gate, IH 35 South — Tonight and Saturday: Ryan Express.
Texas Dance Hall, U.S. 281 South — Tonight: Cactus Country. Saturday: Bob Wills’ Original Texas Playboys.
Texas Junction, 262 W. J abn — Tonight: l/>w Water Crossing. Saturday: Hay Wylie Hubbard.
Wolfgang’s Keller, 295 E. San Antonio — Bill Knight at the piano, to be joined Sunday by jazz ensemble.
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The Pirates of Penzance is not for everyone. Gilbert and Sullivan purists, beware. Rock fans, watch out. But for those who like a rollicking good show, full of inspired silliness and performed in high style, by all means go.
This is a slightly cinematic version of Joseph Papp’s long-running Broadway production, played against painted back-
League at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Civic Center.
The San Antonio Art league named McDougal “artist of the year” in 1978. His works are a part of the McNay Museum’s permanent collection. He is one of the artists featured in a book, The Hill Country. Impressions of 13 Artists.
The public is invited to art league meetings.
Dancing for mileage
A dance benefitting the senior class of Smithson Valley High School will be held next Thursday iSt. Patrick’s Day) at Texas Dance Hall. The band Levi’s will play a mixture of country, rock and golden oldies.
Music starts at 8 p.m. and will end at midnight. Advance tickets and information are available at Wood’s Store in Bulverde, the Spring Branch Store, lakeside Restaurant in Startzville, Bergheim General Store and Why Not in I .eon Springs.
Money raised will help pay for the senior class ti ip at the end of this term.
The concert choir and chamber singers from tile New England Conservatory will appear at First Protestant Church at 8 p.m. March 22. The concert is sponsored by the New Braunfels Music Study Club,
and admission is by voluntary donation.
The conservatory groups are conducted by Ixonia Cooke deVaron. They will perform works by Jauequin, Schutz, Haydn, Brahms, Ives, Krenek, and l och, as well as some Broadway tunes.
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Leach’s fluid direction — he also wrote and directed the stage version — guarantees that this is a movie. The singing is full and rich, the casting inspired.
Kevin Kline is brilliantly inventive as the loony Pirate King, as are Angela Lansbury as Nurse and George Rose as the triple-tongued Major General.
Linda Rondstadt looks
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