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r Christmas New Utah! - November 25, 1998 - plays return to VCP Page 15 Two Christmas favorites will return to the Valley Center Playhouse, 780 N. 200 East, year. Performances are on and Monday, Tuesday at 2 p.m. "It's one of the most II? ..1 ' I 225-923- Carol, the annual favorite of young and old alike, will open Thursday, and run every Thursday, Friday at Saturday through Dec. 19. The cast is directed by Joe and Amber Sorensen and promises to be an event that you won't want to miss this Christmas season. Performances for both plays begin at 7:30 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m. Ticket prices are $5 regular admission, $4 students, children and seniors and $20 6 for per family. Call reservations. all-veter- 2. 5 379-060- 6-- 225-860- Rehearsing a scene from "The Best Christmas Pageant Ever" are, from left, Rebekah Hartman, Casey Colyar, Alexis Pino, Stephanie Winward, Cheryl Colyan and Nikki Pino. 785-118- Young soloists may audition with symphony in January The annual audition for young artists to solo with the American Fork Symphony will be held on Monday evening, Jan. 11, 1999, beginning at 7 p.m. in the American Fork School Junior High Auditorium. There are two age categories for contestants: Junior, ages 10 through 14, and Senior, ages 15 through 18. niment; vocalists may choose a standard aria or solo for voice and orchestra. The orchestra music must be easily available, however. Contestants must provide their own accompanist, or if necessary, they may audition without accompaniment. Two soloist will be chosen from each category unless the judges do not find enough qualified performers. Judges are members of the symphony and their decision is final. contestants Instrumental the Pardoe Theatre with a 2 Visitors p.m. matinee on Nov. 28. TickAmahl and the Night Visi- ets are $8 for BYU students tors, produced by Utah Lyric and faculty and $10 for general admission at the Fine Arts Opera Society, will be presented through Dec. 12 at the Villa Ticket Office, Theater in Springville. Call A Tuna Christmas for reservations or This outrageously hilarious additional information. comedy by Jaston Williams, A Christmas Carol Joe Sears and Ed Howard will This annual holiday favorite play on the Provo Theatre stage Nov. 27 opens Friday, Nov. 27, at the Company Hale Center Theater, 225 W. through Jan. 9. Curtain is at 8 400 North, Orem, but don't p.m. All seats are reserved and wait to get tickets they sell can be purchased in person or 0 out fast. A Christmas Carol by calling during PTC box office hours, will run through Dec. 23. Curp.m. tain is 7:30 p.m. nightly Mondays, Thursdays, Friday (except Sundays) through Dec. and Saturdays. The theater is 23. Tickets may be purchased located at 105 E. 100 North, at the theater or by calling Provo. Reservations are Images and Imagination recommended. Actor and master storyteller The Best Christmas Mark Gollaher will bring "Images and Imagination," a Pageant Ever n evening of stories and Valley Center Playhouse to Brigham Young Unifavorite this holiday song presents Monday, Tuesday and Wednesversity's Pardoe Drama Theday through Dec. 23. Curtain atre Wednesday through Satis at 7:30 p.m. There will be a 2 urday, Dec. at 7:30 p.m. p.m matinee Dec. 5, 12 and 19. Tickets at $10 for the general Tickets are $5 for adults, $4 for public and $8 for students and students and senior citizens faculty are available at the and $20 for families. For reser- Fine Arts Ticket Office, The thevations call ater is located at 780 N. 200 Miracle on 42nd Street East, Lindon. Subtitled "There's Snow Business Like Show Business," A Christmas Carol Dickens' Christmas classic this musical melodrama will be will be presented Thursday, performed at the Desert Star Friday and Saturday through Playhouse, 4861 S. State Dec. 19. Curtain is 7:30 p.m. Street, Murray, Nov. 19 Tickets are $5 for adults, $4 for through Jan. 2. Showtimes are students and senior citizens Monday and Thursday at 7 and $20 for families. For reser- p.m., Friday at 7 and 9 p.m. The the- and Saturday 3 p.m., 7 p.m. vations call ater is located at 780 N. 200 and 9:30 p.m. Monday through 3 show East, Lindon. Thursday Dec. 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. are times Joyful Noise for reservations. Call Joyful Noise by Tim Slover relates the story behind the 378-432- memorable Christmas plays you' lleversee," says director Arlene McGregor. A Christmas of Handel's oratorio i creation "Messiah." Performances run through Dec. 5 at 7:30 p.m. in Amahl and the Night Wednesday evenings through Dec. 23 with matinee performances on Dec. 5, 12 and 19 S. - Sit- - mmm London. The Best Christmas Pageant Ever is returning for its eighth should play either a movement from a standard concerto or a solo with orchestral accompa 0. one-ma- 378-432- 2. 785-118- The winners of this audition will with the perform American Fork Symphony an the April concert and will also receive a cash music scholarship award. Interested young musicians should contact the symphony's conductor, Dr. Gordon Childs, or the telephone symphony president, Mrs. Maxine Steele at after 5 p.m. to arrange for an exact audition time. 222-960- 1, 756-233- 9 0 785-118- 6. 14-2- 266-760- 0 Michael Martin Murphey One of AmericaOs cowboy singers and songwriters, Michael Martin Murphey, will bring baritone vocals and storytelling to his Cowboy Christmas Concert. A highlight of SCERAOs Encore Season, the evening will begin at 7:30 p.m. on best-sellin- feel-goo- g d Wednesday, Dec. 2 at Mountain View High School in Orem. Tickets for the concert are $15 and are available weekdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the SCERA Center, 745 S. State Street, Orem, or by 9 or calling Tickets are also available at Gunnies in Orem. 225-ART- 225-256- Art on Wheels The exhibit "American Automobile Design in the 20th Century" will feature 17 to 20 cars inside The Museum of Art gal- leries. The exhibit runs through March 7. These cars will represent every period of the automobile evolution in the 20th century, from the earliest models to modern concept cars. Admission is free. The museum is open Mondays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and Saturdays from noon to 5 p.m. For more information, call 378-278- 7. Violin concert Eminent violinists and Brigham Young University School of Music faculty members Igor and Vesna Gruppman will join director David Dalton and the BYU Sinfonia for a concert Tuesday, Dec. 1, at 7:30 p.m. in the de Jong Concert Hall. Tickets at $8 for the public and $6 for faculty and stu- dents are available at the Fine Arts Ticket Office, 378-432- 2. Children's book exchange is seeking 'Grandma's House' subject of contest new, used books through December 5 Bring a camera you Utah" generated over Amateur and professional are invited to are entries and Children in need this holiday season may receive the gift of learning and literacy through a children's book exchange running now through Saturday, Dec. 5. Area residents are being encouraged to donate new or used books for children of all ages. Book in Spanish are also needed. They will be distributed through north Utah County Family Literacy Centers and ' local elementary schools. The donations may be delivered to the Star Mill, 147 E. 600 North, American Fork; i iarvestavings Laminated Structures -- American Fork Hospital, 170 N; 1100 East; at most city offices and participating businesses in Lindon, Pleasant Grove, American Fork, Cedar and Hills, Lehi, Alpine Highland. Members of the American Fork Police Department have also offered to help pick up donations. They may be reached by calling Cindy at American Fork Hospital (763-3505- r.nlt; 75? American Fork's Following Santa Parade on Dec. 5, books. The book and drive exchange is sponsored by a contest using the sponsoring house" as the sub"grandma's Fork American Hospital ject this year. Community Outreach Council and the Star Mill. The best photos of Utah's administrator fine old homes will be featured Hospital Keith Alexander said the drive in the 1999 edition of Utah has lasting impact in the com- Preservation and will be exhibmunity. ited in the Society's photo "Books are a gift that keep gallery and other locations. Last year's contest, "Barn in giving all year," he said. ""By supporting ' our local literacy programs and elementary schools, we are essentially giving the gift of learning which results in "a better community for this Preservation Historic Coordinator, reported, "The contest encourages people to look at old buildings and appreciate some of their aesthetic qualities. And buildings people admire and take an interest in are more likely to be saved. The contest also gives people a chance to hone their photographic skills and get public recognition for their work" More photographers submit their best photographs that are their grandma's actual house or simply look like a grandma's house "should." 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