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1986 Ann Arbor Summer Festival Program

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Ann Arbor Summer Festival
Day
28
Month
June
Year
1986
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The 1986 Ann Arbor Summer Festival presents a remarkable ortunity to experience a rich cultural attractions,
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of;ummertime In Ann Arbor. The Festival will offer a wide range of artistic disciplines, including theatre, dance, music, mime, children's events, workshops and lectures in the humanities, visual pre•sentations, and more.
International, re•gional and local artists will bring to the Festival this array ofexciting

The Third An Festival of Extra Performing Ar
TOP OFTHE PARK
Located adjacent to rhe Power Center for the
Performing Arts, che Top of che Park has
patrons before and after performances, and a popular evening destination for all visitors. Amidst the
excitement of the Ann Arbor Summer
Festival, all types of
folk garherar the Top orehe Park to enjoy dinner, refreshmo::nts, free live entertainment, free movies, (projected on
relaxing atmosphere. Nowhere is the spirit of the Ann ArborSummer Festival more apparent
schedule will be performances by a number of
built outdoor stage. Also, following last year's
A complete schedule offree events at the Top
of the Park will be announced in June, and will be available at any time during Tickets for the 1986 opening night gala may be ordered by telephone (313) 763-TKTS, or by mail-order using the attached order form. The gala will be held in the Power Center Rehearsal Hall. Seating is limited.

THE FESTIVAL 400
A sustaining force of the Ann Arbor Summer Festival, the Festival 400 Club is a group of individuals and couples who have pledged four hundred dollars per year for four consecutive years. Formed in 1985, membership in this group nO\\ tOtals over one hundred and twenty-five, and provides important funding for the Festival.
With membership to the Festival 400 come many benefits and privileges, including advance ticket sales. free parking, and the chance to meet distinguished artists at special receptions. For information about joining this exceptional group, phone (313) 763-6780.
OTHER EVENTS IN ANN ARBOR

The following; events coincide with the dates of the Ann Arbor Summer Festival. June 28 through July 20, 1986.
American Guild ofOrganists

As part of the American Guild ofOrganists' annual conference held this year in Detroit, AGO members will spend Thursday, July 3 in Ann Arbor. The following activities arc free and open to rhe public as part of the AGO conference:
10:30 a.m. -(Hill Auditorium) Recital by \-larilyn Mason
1:15 p.m. -(Power Center) Concert by Morris Lawrence and the Afromusicology Ens., t...lorris Lawrence, Director
2:20 p.m. -(PowerCt::nter) Bill Bolcum & Joan ~forris in concert.
4:05 p.m. -(power Center)
Bolcum & \ 'forris (repeat)

5:10 p.m. -(Top of the Park)
t\:lorris Lawrence (repeat)

8:00 p.m. -(llill Auditorium)
Hymn Festival

7th International Carillon Congress
Ann Arbor will be the location of a venerable
as~embla,ge July 5·8, as the \Vorld Carillon
Congress convenes for 1986. The public may Kerrytown Concert House presents: A SONDHEI~I REVUE June 27·29, 8:00 pm

HOLCliM & ~IORRIS, A Celebration of American Song July 4 & 5, 8:00 pm
DE'rROITCIIA~IBER IVII\DS, A Summer Serenade July 11, 8:00 pm
Reservations suggested for all performances,
call (13) 769-2999,
415 N. 4th Ave., Ann Arbor.

Suspension Theatrepresems:
HAPPY DAYS by Samuel Heekeu
July 18, 19, 25, 2fl at 8:00 pm
July 27 at 6:00 pm

Kerry town Concert Iiouse, 415 N. 4th Ave.,
Ann Arbor. Call (313) 769·2999.

University of Michigan
Museum ofArt
RISI~G or A NEW yIOON,
A CENTURY OF TABWA ART
Open April 2 \.luly 27;
Tue·Fri 11.4; Sat·Sun 1·5.

This travelling exhibition delves into the
history, philosophy, and socio·political
development of the Tabwa people of Central
Africa.

AFRICAN TALES
July 19 (Sat at 2:00 pm)
Museum of Art
As part of a children's series co·sponsorcd by
the UM rVluseum of Art and the Ann Arbor
Public Library, Sherry Roberts, professional
story-teller, will spin her sagas of AFRICAN
TALES.

For information on either event, contact
the Ut..,I .\1useLlm of Art, 525 S. Statt:: St.,
Ann Arbor, or call (313) 763·03%.

GETTING TO THE FESTTV AL FROM OUT OF TOWN
Convenient parking is available at v:niolls
University and city paid
parking structures, in
addition to limited
metered street parking.
Please allow sufficient
time to park.
Washtenaw Ave. exit to the LLt>.! Central Campus.
EAST, VIA 1·96: to 1·275. take .\1·14 to Ann
Arhor. From .\1·14, to US·23 south and exit at
Geddes to its merger with Fuller and then Fuller to Glen. Glen Ave. ends at the Power
Center.
NORTH, VIA US·23: to Business Route t>.1·14 t>.lain Street. Main to Huron, left on Huron to the theater area at Fletcher St.
WEST, VIA 1·94: Exit 172 at Jackson and
continue via II uron to the theater area at
Fletcher St.
SOUI'M. VIA US·23: \Vashtenaw Ave. (\Vest) exit to the U-.\I Central Campus.

J u N E & J U L y
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
-Gala Benefir
Parcy6 Pt\1

Unless otherwise noted, all performances will take -JUDY place in thc Power Cemer. Other locations have been COLLINS abbreviated as follows: AC = Alumni Center, BC = 8PM First Baptist Church 8 '\IT :: Durton Memorial -Univ. Illr'l. Tower, CC :: First Congregational Church, Lt\1 = Organ Se 'cs Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, S/M = Univ. of 4I'M ~/t\t t\lichigan School of t\lusic
Power Center Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre

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-l'nlv.lnt'l. Organ cics 4 PMSJ

-Sesame Street's -WAVES 8 PM -WAVES8 Pl\1 -lIniv. lnt'L -The Acting Co. -The Acting Co. -The Acting Co. BOB -Carillon Rccita! Organ Series AS YOU LIKE ORCHARDS AS YOU LIKE t>.IcGRATII 7 P\I 81\IT (Special ITS P~I 8 PJ\! ITS PM
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Summer Festival
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Ann Arbor Street Arts. ~~ Art Fair
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Mary Id. Yrm, !hrccrncrnb•will perform ~ Ia,,;d Lluprc', er> of ,he organ group
I.e Chemm de ';1 Croix, io, I'IUt\ZII'M. \'1, ,,-ill per•form works by Dupre
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A 'pc~i"1 reci~1 will be per•formed h\' om,cd o~banrS! AII"'I!RdssIN,lcaul"ng th~
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Tho'lC ordcring ad,ant'c oc'kclS!O both [,ILOilO·
l.t ISa"dWA\'ES"'ayordel .ncqu.lnurnherofh.lf•pncctickct>tothcJ,Parkcr Cuple' Dance Company
~IARCELMARCEAU
Corl(i""jllg hi, ~losc association ",· ill, the An" AroorSummcf Fesr;vai the world'~ foremost mime return, loAnn A,borf", hi, third consecutive
BOB McGRATH

1I.'ingh(),tCdscsamCStrcetfOI17~.earS'BObMeGrJ{hiS~
oncof'he most recognized I'CJ'Onalilic,f"rd,il~ren in the
E~:'h'h.Spe.aking wor.ld' 1."._ will p""s.IA;.JCE
"As You Likclt"and "Orchards"
A wurk,hup by The .-kting C..umpJny

TICKETS
Tkkets. on'Jlc~lay 12, mJ\'hc
Jul,· 9 (Wed, 12-1 pm)

I"Hcd by calling i63-TKTS. Ticket.~ arcalsoavailableatallTi.lichiganCarilionneur William DeTurk will prescnt a series of free carillon conrerts for the Ann Arbor Sllmmer Festival. Followingcach ,'onccn, the Charles Ilaird Carillon at the top of Burton 1--lcmorial Towerwil1 be open to the publick~tedart work~ in the lobhyofthc PowcrCcntcr, 121 FletchcrSt., \nn Arbor.
Junc28-Jul}'19

TICKETS ALSO AVAILABLE AT ALL TICKET WORLD OUTLETS OR CALL (313) 763·TKTS
Please print dearly o Enclosed is check payable to Ann Arbor Summer Festival in theaffioumof$ ________
Name: ___________________ Address: ___________________
o Please charge to my
o VISA D Mastercard
City: ____________5tate: ______
Account No. _________________ Phone: -'(__-'--_____Zip: _________
In the amouncof$ _______________ No Refunds -No Exchanges
Card Expiration Dacc ______________
The program is subject to change.
Signawre
Date Evenl&Time Loc. Price XNo. Amoum Office UIC
GALA OPENING
JunelS SAT Gala Benefit I'any 6P\1 Ga1aticketsdunotincludcconcen. peRH $J()
Junc28 SAT Judy Collins 81'1\1 PC SI6,1.!
THEATRE
JulyZ WED /\1a.rkct Thclilre Co. ASINAMALl 81'\1 PC $16,12
July3 THL: I\larketThelltre Co. ASINAMALI 8 1'\1 PC $16,12
'ul\'10 THU The Act;n~ Co. AS YOC UKE IT Sf',\! I'C $16.12
July11 CRI The Acting Co. ORCHARDS 8 1'\1 PC $\6.12
JulylZ SAT The Acting Co. AS YOl: LIKE IT 8Pr.l PC $16,12
July 13 SUI\ The Actinlt Co. AS YOt: LIKE IT -!Pr.l PC $16,12
July 15 TLE Kc,';n McCarthy GI\'E 'EM IIE LL.I-MRRY 8 P\1 PC $16,12
July.> Tl-iU (; & S Society Special Pre\'iew !! Pr.1 L\! $7.5
July4 CRI (;& SSocietyTRI \L BY JURrICOX& BOX 8PM L\! $9,7
JulyS SAT G & S Societ ... TRIAL BY JURY/COX & BOX 2Pi\1 DI $9,7
JulyS SAT G & S Society TRIAL BY JURY/COX & BOX 8Pi\1 LM $9,7
July6 SL N G & S Society TRIAL BY JURY/COX & BOX 21'\1 LM $8,'
Jill" 19 SAT Ann ArborCivic'J'hearre IIAY FF.\'ER 21'\\ LM $10,8
Jul" 19 SAT Ann Arbor Civic '\'hcatrc l iAr FEVER fll'\! L1\1 $IZ,9
! ! 1Q LPN , " b C Th·uUi;:. HA' FI::\ ER ZI'1\1 L~I $10,..8
JulyZO SliN Alln ArborCi\icTheatre HAY FEVER !!PM L\I $IZ,9
DANCE
June 30 1\10:'>1 Pilobolu5 8Pr.1 Pc. $18,1.3,50
Jul) I TI lE Pilobolu5 8Pr.1 PC $18,13.50
July7 \lOt\' \\'a"c8 8PM PC $16,12
July8 'j'UE \\'a",c5 81'1\1 PC $16,12
July 14 i\101\ J.l'arkcrCoplcyDancc:Co, 8 1'r.1 PC $10"
·Those pUJchasUlj:; tlCkel~ to both PlloOOlu$ and \\ales may purchase an equal numheroftlcketsat hal fpnce ($5.00)
MUSIC
July 19 SAT Dizzy Gillc.'pic w/ J. C. (Icard Orsohn T healer

CC First Congregational Church nc Firsl Baplist Churl'h
I'CRII .., Power Center RchearsJII bll S/~I l'/I, I School ofL\ l lI~i{ TOTAL,-'$'--_____________

Order Form

er is received.
All ticket sales are final; no refunds, no ex•changes. Tickets may be obtained four ways:
Phone Orders and Infomtation
(313) 763-TKTS is your number for tieketord•ers and information. Please have the following information ready when you call:
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Expiration date of the card

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Mail Orders Tickets may be ordered using the attached mail-order form. Checks should be made pay•able to: Ann Arbor Summer Festival, and mailed, with the order form, to: P.O. Box 4070, Ann Arbor, ~II, 48106. ~Iail orders wil1 be filled upon receipt, and mailed back by June 15.
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