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PRESS-REPUBLICAN - PLATTSPURGH, N.Y. THE ARTS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28,1995 PA(f B£ 1 l ed ill )US of in at ke. m., •SCHEDULE OF EVENTS ULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. Burl. High School-Aud. Burl. Square Mall-Atrium Onion River Jazz I Onion River Jazz Champlain Coll. Cafeteria Champ. Coll. Hauke Lounge Champ. Coll. Hauke Rm. 107 Church Street Marketplace City Hall, Ground Floor College Cong. Assembly Rm College Cong. Sanctuary Community College of VT Contois Aud, City Hall Edmunds SchoO) Cafeteria Edmunds School Gym First Baptist Church First Congregational • Chapel First Congreg. Sanctuary First Congreg. Theatre Fletcher Library Reading Rm. Fletcher Lib. Children's Rm. Fletcher Lib. Community Rm. Flynn Theatre (Tickets: Sea Page 7) Ira Allen Chapel, UVM Key Bank of Vermont Leddy Park Ice Arena Memorial Aud. Main Floor Memorial Aud. Annex Memorial Aud. Loft Memorial Aud. Children's Space Methodist Fellowship Hall Methodist Sanctuary Si Raul's Cathedral 242 Main St. Coffeehouse Unitarian Church YMCA Gym '$60 Mac Parker I Stephen Gratto 4:00 VT Youth Orch. Onion River Jazz 5:00 VT Youth Orch. Mahdolinquents .Balaganchik T. Verner, Magic MrArchrrtqeTRoya T. Verner, Magic Balaganchik 6:00 Jon Gailmor Mandolinquents 7:00 Breakaway Mandolinquents Breakaway Mac Parker 'Ti Monde ' Mary Carty Ti Monde \Ti Monde ^16-ln-the-Park Booth (2-11pm) Nikki Juvan Cold Country Nikki Juvan Cold Country Cold Country | Tim Caira | Michael Jerling Puppet Making Woi1o»hop» with Kat» Hartley of Artapac» ami frog Hollow (2-^m^ The Amazing Bill IThe Amazing Bill Ben Berg»toln folk(tence Workihop Kitchen Sync Ooggers Zelen Singers Burl. Taiko(2-2:45) The Disciples <fchen Sync doggers Classical Woodwind! PaulAsbell - NORTH. STAGE* Ritchie Porter In Pan Valentinos Ms. Frizzle JehKulu(3;15-4) The Disciples North Union Pubfc Skating (14:30pm) Amazing Feats Gary Dulabaum Jon Gailmor 'Hollyclaze\ The Amazing Bill K.Sutherland&Co. K.SUhertarid & Co. Ritchie Porter Slush (4:20-5:15) Guilaine Senecal Jenn Taber Group Paul Asbell Patty Smith Dance Wblfsong Cynthia Payne-Meyei MS. FRIZZLE* VSO (4:30-5:15) TheSwingtet North Union \Theatre on tee\ MAC PARKER* Amazing Feats C.C.A.S.A. presents Facepalntlng (2«6pm) Mark Urtton, Ragtime Mark Lutton, Ragtime Laura Simon et al Mark Trifilio D. Neiweem & Co. WArchimagef'Ftaya Sharp Ensemble Klimowski Ensem. Morth Wood Winds CarlRubino Gillette &Manosen Witten&Gbnti Seth's Blues Joan Crane Gary Dulabaum Susan Ellinger Jenn Taber Group Gillette & Mangsen Zelen Singers Elizabeth Bennett iarole Eagleheart FRAN YARDLEY* JOS. A. CITRO' VVipLFSONlQ* NisritGeferi.Klezmei Jeh Kulu African Classical Woodwinds Jenn Taber Group \ Jim Henry Patty Smith Dance Cynthia Payne-Meyei Carole Eagleheart Vermont Symphony Orchestra (5:45-6:30) Constitution Brass Tin Pan valentinos 'Theatre on Ice\ Muiph \Hbllydaze\ Dave Keller Mark Trifilio Anima Seth's Blues Michael Jerling Stephen Gratto BayfeyHaenSngeis Tom Banjo \Theatre on tee\ VT Jazz Ensemble Amazing Feats Mark Lavoie Sharp Ensemble D. Neiweem & Co, Three Mite Limit Highland Weavers Stephen Gratto Elizabeth Bennett Nikki Juvan aillette & Mangsen Jim Henry Michael Jerling Diane Zeigler Jenni Johnson and the Jazz Junketeers Nisht Geferl. Klezmei Nteht Geferl. rOezmer Queen City Contra-Dance (9pm-midnight) Reggae Dance Party With Channel Two Dub and Lambsbread (7pm - midnight) Adam Cohen Jody Albright Diane Zeigler Northern Stage Gary Dulabaum Fran Yardley JOS, A. CITRO* VSO (7-7:45) The Swingset Jim Henry Guilaine Senecal Mak Lutton, Ragtime Diane Zeigler Patty Smith Dance Wltten &Gionti Tim Caira C. PAYNE MEYER* Burl.Taiko(8:15-9) Constitution Brass Joan Crane CarlRubino Adam Cohen Jody Albright Banjo Dan Fran Yardley Joseph A. Citro Muiph (9:30-10:15) Dr. Jazz & Dixie Pubtto Stating Fw wJth Flfrt Night Button fT-9pm) VT Jazz Ensemble Country Bound Kids Laura Simon et al Mark Trifilio North Wood Winds Three Mile Limit Highland Weavers Green Mtn doggers VT Jazz Ensemble Codntry Bound Dave Keller Lyric Cabaret D. Neiweem & Co. Three Mile Limit Highland Weavers Green Mtn doggers BigJoe&UBB Country Bound Mark Lavoie Klimowski Ensem. Anlma John Tower Group Wood's Tea Co. Susan Ellinger Ma* Lutton, Ragtime Banjo Dan Dana Robinson Joan Crane Tim Caira Carl Rubino Adam Cohen Jody Albright Banjo Dan Dana Robinson Jon Gailmor (10:45-Midnigrit) Dr. Jazz & Dixie Tom Banjo BigJoe&UBB Country Bound Laura Simon et al Lyric Cabaret BayteyHazenSingers John Tower Group Wood's Tea Co. Constitution Brass BigJoe&UBB Country Bound Dave Keller Klimowski Ensem INTERFAITH* John Tower Group Wood's Tea Co. ARTS WEEKLY Music The Last Elm Caf«, Burlington, Vt. Every Wednesday night:- Women's Night, 6 p.m. Call 802- J3644349. ! ° Adirondack Mountain Club, Lake Placid. Dec. 30: \Mountain Music and Blues\ with Stephen Langdon, 8 p.m. Theater Pendragon Theatre, Saranac Lake. • Jan. 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27, 29 and Feb. 2-3: \Waiting for Gado't\ by Samuel Beckett, 8 p.m. Champlain College, Alumni Auditorium, Vermont. Jan. 27-28 and Feb. 3-4: Theatre Factory's Comedy Improvisation Troupe: \Off the Cuff,\ 8 p.m. Miscellaneous- Events Knickerbocker Arena, Albany. Jan. 11: Auditions for ice skaters for \Walt Disney's World on Ice — Aladdin,\ 4 p.m. Theatre Factory, Colchester, Vt. Jan. 20-21: Auditions for \Nunsense 4 to 6 p.m. PSUC Campus, Room 300, Myers Fine Arts Building, Plattsburgh. Beginning Jan. 15: The Champlain Valley Oratorio Society will begin rehearsals for spring concert, 7:15 p.m. Old Court House, third floor auditorium, Plattsburgh. Jan. 8: Clinton County Historical Associa- tion presents Darren Phaneufs \Fighting Men\ or \Breathing Holes of Hell,\ 7:30 p.m. Downtown Albany. Dec. 31: First Night Albany '96, 6 p.m. to mid- night. Henry Hudson Planetarium, Albany. January 1996 Saturday Star Shows: 11:30 a.m. \Little Star That Could\; 12:30 p.m. \Albany: New Star on the Hudson.\ Newman Center, 92 Broad St., Plattsburgh. Jan. 22: SUNY Platt- sburgh Campus Poet Series pre- sents Betsy Lynch, 7:30 p.m. Free. ARTS DIRECTORY Adirondack Center Museum-Elizabethtown 873-6466 Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts 352- 7715 Adirondack Museum 352-7311 Adirondack North Country Crafts Center 523-2062 Adirondack Youth Orchestra 561-5184 Alice T. Miner Colonial Collection 846-7336 Almanzo Wilder Homestead 483-1207 Arts Council for the Northern Adirondacks 962-8778 Centaur Theatre, 514-288-3161 Center for Art, Music and Theatre 664-2180 Champlain Valley Oratorio Society 561-7962 Clinton County Historical Museum 561-0340 Council on the Arts 563-5222 Crete Center 566-BOSS Depot Theatre 962-4449 Essex Summer Gallery 963-7270 Flynn Theatre 802-86-FLYNN Frog Pond Theatre 946-2133 Forum, Montreal 514-932-2582 Glens Falls Civic Center 798-0366 Hartman Theatre 564-2283 Heritage Gallery 576-2289 Hyde Colleotion-Glens Falls 792-1761 Keene Valley Library 576-4335 Kent-Delord-House Museum 561-1035 Lake Placid Center for the Arts 523-2512 Lake Placid-North Elba Historical Society 523-1608 Lake Placid Olympic Ice Arena 523-1655 Lake Placid Sinfonietta 523-2051 Lane Series 802-656-3085 Meadowmount School of Music-Lewis 873- I BEST FOOD IN 2063 Memorial Auditorium 802-864-6044 Montreal events 514-790-1245. Mountain Artists of N.Y. 946-2481 Mountain View Gallery 873-7376 Music Thatre North 315-265-3070 North Country Ballet 561-5550 North Franklin Theatre 483-0030 Northern Expressions Gallery-Port Kent 834-2093 Musee d'Art Contemporain 514-847-6226 Musee des Beaux-Arts 514-285-1600 Music Theatre North 315-265-3070 Paine Memorial Library 963-4478 Pendragon Theatre.891-1854 Place des Arts-Montreal 514-842-2112 Potsdam College 267-2114 Projet Renaissance 514-264-2787 Reading Room, Plattsburgh Public Library 563-0921 Robert Hull Fleming Museum 802-656-0750 St. Michael's Playhouse 802-654-ACT1 Saranac Lake Chamber of Commerce 891- 1990 Seagle Colony 532-7875 SPAC Box Office 587-3330 Shelburne Museum 802-985-4181 Stowe Performing Arts 476-1000, 802-862- 5300 Sweet Adelines 293-7384 SUNY Plattsburgh Art Museum 564-2288 Theatre Factory 802-658-5801 The Discovery Museum 802-878-8687 Vermont Mozart Festival 802-862-7325 Visual Artists Network 562-1726 Restaurant & ' Lounge West Plaza, Ete. 3, Plattsburgh, NY Film Lake Placid Center for the Arts. Jan. 13: \Alpinfilm \ 7:30 p.m.; \Torrents of Spring\ — Jan. 19: \Red Firecracker Green Firecracker\ — Jan. 26; \Crumb\- Feb. 2; \Belle De Jour\- Feb. 9; \The Snapper\- Feb. 16; \The Postman\- Feb. 23; \Little Odessa\- March 1; and \Moving the Mountain\ — March 8. Adirondack Park Visitor inter- pretive Center, Paul Smiths. Dec. 30: Nature Film Fest, 1 p.m. Museums Alice T. Miner Collection, Chary. Regular hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Base Museum, PAFB. Hours by appointment only. New York State Museum, Albany. Through Sept. 6: Ways We Collect: From the Collections. Clinton County Historical Museum, 48 Court St., Plattsburgh. Regular hours Tuesday-Friday noon-4 p.m.; Saturday 1-4 p.m. Closed Sunday and Monday. For shop and office call for appoint- ment 561-0340. Kent-Delord House Museum, Cumberland Avenue, Plattsburgh. Museum decorated in early 1800s. Regular hours: Tuesday-Saturday, noon to 4 p.m. with guided tours at noon, 1:30 and 3 p.m. Franklin County Historical and Museum Society's House of History, 51 Milwaukee St. Malqne. Hours Tuesday-Saturday, 1-4 p.m. The Discovery Museum, 51 Park St., Essex Junction, Vt. Regular Hours: Closed Monday. Tues.-Fri., 1-5 p.m.; Sat., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sun., 1-5 p.m. 802-878-8687. Musee d'art Contemporian, Mon- treal. Through Jan. 7: Gilles Mihalcean; Through Jan. 28: Art and Cinema. Trinity College of Vermont, McAuley Fine Arts Center Lobby. Through Jan. 5: \Relief Works\ a collection of large format wood blocks and prints by artist Bonnie Baxter. SUNY Plattsburgh Art Museum. Burke Gallery; Rockwell Kent Gallery; Slatkin Art Collections Study Room; Winkel Sculpture Court. Open daily 12 to 4 p.m. (ex- cept major holidays) featuring an extensive Permanent Collection. The Hyde Collection, Glens Falls. Through Jan. 24: American Works from the Museum's Murray Collec- tion; Jan. 30 to March 24: Euro- pean Works from the collection.. Art Exhibitions Council on the Arts for Clinton County, Bridge Street Gallery. Jan. 5-Feb. 9: \Windows of Our Soul,\ opening reception Jan. 5 from 5 to 7 p.m. Middlebury College Museum of Art, Vermont. Through Feb. 4, 1996: Everyday life in the Ancient World, Loans from the Yale Uni- versity Art Gallery. Albany Institute of History & Art, Albany. Through Dec. 31: Bob Blackburn's Printmaking Work- shop. Adirondack Park Visitor Inter- pretive Center, Paul Smiths. Through Jan. 3, 1996: Exhibit en- titled \Artistic Interpretations of the Environment — Dawn and Dusk.\ The Keeseville Free Library. Selection of Watercolors painted by Margaret Wilson for sale. Open Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, 1 to 5 p.m. The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. Through Jan. 7, 1996: The William S. Paley Collection. SUNY Plattsburgh Art Museum, Burke Gallery. Through Jan. II 1 Bernarda Bryson. Adirondock Crafts Center, Lake .Placid. Mountain Arts of New York, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Thursdays and Fridays, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. The Little Gallery and Book Shoppe, Saranac Lake. Through Dec. 29: \Clothesline\ and \Tinted Photos,\ noon to 5 p.m.; Opening Jan. 5: Duo Exhibition of David Bodah and Bertha Rogers. Council on the Arts for Clinton County. Through Jan. 2, 1996: Members Artists Holiday Show, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Extended hours, Dec. 16,' 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. New York State Museum, Albany. Through Sept 6, 1996: \Ways We Collect: From the Collections,\ 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Library of Congress honors 25 old films By CASSANDRA BURRELL Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - Alfred Hitchcock's \North by Nor- thwest\ and George Lucag' \American Graffiti\ were among \ 25 films honored Wednesday- by the Library of Congress for their impact on American culture. The movies were added to the National Film Registry, a list Congress created in 1988 to cele- brate \American cinema and call attention to the need to preserve the nation's film heritage. Thousands of priceless older motion pictures remain on old film stock, which not only deteriorates rapidly, but is so flammable it can burst into flames spontaneously, library spokesman Craig D'Ooge said. \Films are an endangered species,\ he said. \The Library of Congress is going to make a special effort to make sure that we have the best possible preser- vation copies of these films.\ Librarian of Congress James • Billington chose this year's titles after rev-tewkig-about4,lQQJIlms— nominated by the public. To be listed on the registry, an Ameri- can film must be at least 10 years old. \The films we chose are not necessarily the best American films ever made nor the most famous,\ Billington said.' \But' they are films that continue to have enduring cultural, historical • or aesthetic significance.' Cary Grant and Eva Marie Saint starred in \North by Nor- thwest,\ a 1959 movie about an - advertising executive who is mis- taken for a spy. \American Graf- fiti,\ released in 1973, was a , tribute to the teen-agers of the 1960s starring Richard Dreyfuss, Ron Howard, Wolfman Jacjt and Harrison Ford. Movies added to the 175-movie list in previous years include \The Birth of a Nation,\ 1915; \Casablanca 1942; and the \Zapruder Film,\ the 1963 home movie of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy film- ed by a bystander. The remaining 23 movies add- ed to the registry this year were \The Adventures of Robin Hood,\ 1938; \All That Heaven Allows,\ 1955; \The Band Wagon,\ 1953; \Blacksmith Scene,\ 1893; \Cabaret 1972; \Chan Is Miss- ing,\ 1982; \The Conversation,\ 1974; \The Day the, Earth Stood Still,\ 1951; \El Norte,\ 1983; \Fatty's Tintype Tangle,\ 1915; \The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse,\ 1921; \Fury 1936; \Gerald McBoing Boing,\ 1951; \The Hospital,\ 1971; \Jammin' the Blues,\ 1944; \The Last of the Mohicans,\ 1920; \Manhatta 1921; \The Philadelphia Story,\ 1940; \Rip Van Winkle,\ 1896; \Seventh Heaven,\ 1927; \Stagecoach 1939; \To Fly,\ 1976; and \To Kill a Mock- ingbird,\ 1962. '4 TO SHOW OUR APPRECIATION FOR YOUR PATRONAGE.. WE WILL BE GIVING AWAY 100 DINNERS I REGISTER TO WIN I2!!2!!i l .V.'-T'-' 1 ''';-' '•••••••.•.• • •• • ir»jisc>ir*iiiia«si.ii<i.i. . 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