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Ann Arbor Summer Festival 1988 Season

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The fifth annual Ann Arbor Summer Festival, to be held June 25-July 17, will bring to Michigan an impressive array of international performers and premiere presentations of theatre dance and music.

Theatre: Performers include the Earth Players of Johannesburg; New York City's Circle Repretory Company; one-woman tour-de-force, Zoe Cadwell; and internationally renowned mime, Marcel Marceau.

Dance: The Festival includes exclusive bookings of two major international dance companies: the Pilobolus Dance Theatre and the Lar Lubovitch Dance Company.

Music: The Festival's opening night features a gala performance by the world famous Count Basie Orchestra. Other musical performers are jazz singer, Sarah Vaughan; dixieland, blues, pop, and jazz band, Dukes of Dixieland; folk-pop trio, Uncle Bonsai; and vocal ensemble, Western Wind. A special performance for young people will be given by puppeteer, concert pianist, and performer extraordinaire, Marshall Izen.

Other events include a dance/theatre tribute to the late Georgia O'Keeffe, a Latin American dance performance, an organ music series, and much more.

Tickets are available at the Michigan Union Ticket Office, 530 S State St and at all Ticket Master outlets (763-TKTS). For more information contact the Ann Arbor Summer Festival at 747-2278.