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Page 10 The Tfumderbird Tuesday, October 25, 1 983 Show ticket policy explained Im very excited about this years theatrical productions, says Theatre Public Relations Director R. Scott Phillips, but not too many students know our ticket policy.1 SUSC students can attend campus productions free with their activity cards, but must pick up tickets to reserve their seats. The campus box office, located in the auditorium foyer, sells tickets to all theatre arts productions and ASSUSC concerts. Box office hours are 1 to 5 p.m. weekdays and 1 to 8 p.m. on performance days. Special shows not included in the regular season, such as The Marriage of Figaro later this year, will cost SUSC students $1 (with activity cards). Students may order multiple tickets for group seating but must present an ID for each student ticket or pay adult prices. Tickets may be reserved at any time, but unpaid or free passes should be claimed at least 30 minutes before curtain time or they will be released for general public sale. All shows begin at HUNTER - COWAN , Expires Local artist Spike Ress has recently completed a graphite sketch of the Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallerys foyer. Commissioned by The Friends of the Gallery to commemorate their fifth anniversary, the black and white drawing is now on display at the gallery. Current Friends and those joining this year will receive a signed reproduction of Ress work. The Friends promote artistic study by donating art scholarships to the college, sponsoring workshops, exhibits and art film series, matching grants, hosting art demonstrations, paying for art material shippng costs and furnishing refreshments at exhibit openings. Dr. Rodney Brown, Friends chairman, stated, We feel that art has been pushed in the background.. .we want to change that. ! j I Lover Boy - Bonnie Tyler Billy Joel - The Police Alabama - Kenny Rogers and many more 79 North Main Downtown Cedar Prospective spooks and specters who 1 Bring In Add Tor 15 Off Any One Of Our 17 Specialty Burgers For College Students Home Of The BIG ED Qolden Qrill 2555 florth Highway 91 5 86-062- 7 Open 7 Days A Week 6 A.M. to 10 P.M. 3 Offer Good Through 10-51-8- dont have a thing to wear can find a wide range of 586-65- Qolden Qrill An annual Friends membership costs $50 per person or $75 per couple. Lifetime memberships are available for $1,000. The fees are , group had 152 members in 29 of whom were Friends benefits include a 10 percent discount on many gallery purchases, a subscription to the groups quarterly newsletter and advance notice of metropolitan fine arts tours. The Friends have raised almost $300,000 in original art and donations. They are also responsible for extending the gallerys hours. We want people just getting off work to enjoy art as well as college students, notes Brown. The people of this city care about this college, they think of it as their collge. They take a certain pride in what they do and thats why they belong to the Friends. 1983-84- Theatre shop rents costumes Hunter - Cowan I for specific details. Viewers arriving after curtain time must wait until intermission to be seated so as not to disturb the actors and audience. Tape recorders and cameras are not allowed in the theatre. Its dangerous to the actor, explains Phillips. If an actor is concentrating on his performance and someone flashes him with a camera, hell lose his concentration. Food and drink are not allowed in the auditorium but a concession stand will be available in the foyer during intermissions. Children under five are not allowed at productions because they can distract other patrons. This rule will be waived during plays presented especially for children. 586-788- Friends celebrate 5th anniversary The Complete Store $1." Off Any Cassette or LP 8 p.m. Orders can be called in at 586-787Regular show prices are: adults $4, senior citizens $3, high school students with activity cards $3 and children ages five to 12 $2. Reduced rates for large groups and organizations are available; call Halloween costumes and accessories at the SUSC Costume Shop. On Tuesday, Oct. 25, and Friday, Oct. 28 from 5 to 7 p.m. and Saturday, Oct. 29 from 1 to 5 p.m., customers can browse through the costume racks to select whatever suits their inclinations, according to costumer Sandra Stiglinski. Costumes rent for $15 apiece plus a $30 deposit, to be refunded upon the costumes return. Some of the more elaborate disguises may have a higher price and deposit, she said. All costumes must be returned cleaned on or before Friday, Nov. 4. All rentals will be done in person; no phone orders will be accepted. Its first come, first served, mentions Stiglingski. Well have some Shakespearean stuff, some Japanese, a few witches.. .just really fun stuff, she adds. The costume shop is located in the basement of the auditorium. Sadie Hawkins set for Friday y girls will get Cowgirls, shy girls and their own night of fun when Associated Women Students presents its annual Sadie Hawkins Dance Friday, Oct. 28 from 9 to 12 p.m. in the Great Hall. Admission will be 50 cents for females and a penny per pound for their dates. Girls choice dances are really popular, notes AWS Coordinator Delna Sawyer. The Hillbilly Hoedown theme with square dancing, featuring caller Ralph Rawlinson, from 9 to 10 p.m. Contemporary dance rock will play from 10 to 12 p.m. Couples can partake of a Wild West costume photographer, donuts and apple cider refreshments and a kind. marriage booth the Western or country dress is optional. will carry out this years just-for-f- Seven Keys cast list posted Mitzi McKay, theatre major and director of Seven Keys to Baldpate, the 1983 melodrama, announced her cast list Friday. The cast of the mystery farce includes: Dan McVey (Elijah Quimby), Kammy McComb (Mrs. Quimby), Warren Holz (William Hallowell Magee), David Mills (John Bland), Gayliene Crawford (Mary Norton), Karen Lewis (Mrs. Rhodes), Todd Day ley (Peters), Heather DeSart (Myma Thornhill), Phillip Bushell (Lou Max), Mark Seedig (Jim Cargan), John Waters (Thomas Hayden), Robbie Reid (Jiggs Kennedy), Kay Anderson (the owner of Baldpate), and Robbie Young and Bemie Miller (two policemen). Anne Jacobsen will be associate stage manager. Auditions for the Olio Acts, the Vaudeville-likskits and songs that accompany the main show, will be held in November. Seven Keys to Baldpate will play Dec. 2 through e 9.