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Parent Issue
Day
22
Month
January
Year
1976
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DETROIT I Hillberry Theatre, Cass at Hancock. 577-2972: Jan. 15, 21, 27, 29, "Of Mice and Men" at 2:30 pm; Jan. 15 (8:30), 22 (2:30), 24 (8:30), 30 (8:30). "The Devil's Disciple"; Jan. 16, 22, 31, "The Lady From Maxim's" at 8:30 pm; Jan. 17 (8:30), 23 (8:30), 28 (2:30). 29 (8:30), "Death Of A Salesman." Bonstelle Theatre, 3424 Woodward nr. Mack, 577-2960: Jan. 23, 24, 25, 30, 31, Feb. 1, "Inherit The Wind" at 8:30 pm except Jan. 25 and Feb. 1 at 2:30 pm. Michigan Opera Theatre at Music Hall Center, 350 Madison Ave., 963-7680: Malfitano. as "Lucia", Jan. 16 (8:30), 18 (6:30), 21 (1:30), 23 (8:30), 24 (8:30); Jan. 27-Feb. 1, Cleo Lalne in "Seven Deadly Sins." Langston Hughes Theatre, 13125 Livernois nr. Davison, 935-9425: Ron Milner's "Season's Reasons." Fisher Theatre, Second at W. Grand Blvd., 8734400: "Big Bad Mouse" with Eric Sykes and Jimmy Edwards. Meadowbrook Theatre, Oakland University, Rochester, 377-3300; "The Little Foxes." Detroit Repertory Theatre, 13103 Woodrow Wilson, 868-1347: Jan. 15-March 7. "Song of the Whip-Poor-Will", Thurs. & Sun. $4, $3, $2, Fri. & Sat., $5, $4, $3. Student discount available. Detroit Youtheatre, Institute of Arts: Jan. 17, "The Little Theatre of the Deaf", ages 6adult; Jan. 24, "Fantasy St.", ages 6-adult; Jan. 31, "The Erica Melchoir Marionettes", special "wiggle club" puppet variety show, ages 3-8. ANN ARBOR Ann Arbor Civic Theatre, 201 Mulholland Dr., 662-7282: 117-18, a studio production of "Under Milkwood" by Dylan Thomas, 8 pm. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, U-M Campus: 128, "Circus", lpm; 129, " Art of the Puppeteer", 8pm, produced & desígned by David Syrotiak. Cali 763-1107. Professional Theatre Program, Mendelssohn Theatre, U of M, 764-0450: 116-18, a new American Musical "The Robber Bridegroom" presented by the City Center Acting Co. in the Power Center for the Performing Arts, 8 pm each day, & a matinee Sun. at 3 pm. 122, 23 & 25, "She Stoops to Conquer"; 129, 31 & 21, "Arms & The Man" YPSILANTI Brown Bag Theatre, Quirk Lounge, EMU: 122, "A Review of Noel Coward's Songs", 12:15 pm. The Continental Theatre Company, Pease Auditorium, EMU: 129, a musically theatrical version of "1776" based on the conception of Sherman Edwards, 8 pm, sponsored by Office of Student Life. EMU Portable Players, Ballroom, McKinney Union, EMU: 116-17 & 124, Neil Simon's "Last of the Red Hot Lovers". Dinner theatre, 6 pm. Gen. adm. $8.50. Students $7.50. I - IIH send calendar nfo irv The SUN' P0 Box 7127 U IIV VV North End Station Detroit, Mi 48202J