ASSEMBLY ROOMSAT MIDNIGHT 14 AUG - 2 SEPT Tickets £5.00 (cones. £4.50) B.O. Tel: 031-226 2428
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THE ROYAL SCOTS CLUB
VENUE 57—The Royal Scots Club. 30 Abertromby Place. Tickets 557 509).
This newly renovated, comfortable venue presents a wide-ranging season .of premieres and revivals from the contemporary and classical American repertoire. Located in the New Town, just a couple of blocks from the Assembly Rooms in a handsome Georgian Town House. Full bar and bar snacks.
AMERICAN FESTIVAL THEATRE presents DRAGON COUNTRY by Tennessee )Mlliams. Six short plays which comprise a mixed bouquet of dramatic vignettes by America's greatest playwright.
Mg 14, 18, 18, 21, 2.1, 25. 28, 30, Sept I 0.009!!! (9.30) £3.75 (£2.75) ALSO A THURSER CARNIVAL by James Thurber. Live jazz, a falling bed and an assortment of gently crazed characters from America's most beloved 20th Century humourist.
up 14, 16, 18, 21, 23, 25. 28. 30, Sept 1 10.00pm (11.30) £3.75 (£2.75) ALSO it THE WAKE OF JAMEY FOSTER by Beth Henley. A hilarious comedy of Southern manners in this U.K. premiere by the celebrated author of ‘Crimes of
the Heart’. Mg 15, 17. 19, 22. 24. 26, 29. 31. Sept 2 0.00pm (9.30) £3.75 (£2.75)
A JOURNEY INTO THE MAGICAL WORLD OF
Tim Bowley- SPINNING TALES _ European flairytalu, Native American
'medirine'storics. cryptic tales/ram Sufism c7 Zen, provide tfw stranrisfor
tﬁis n'cﬁ web of inth, magic, parﬁos
andcomcdy. compelling stage presence, ideally suited to the ancient art of story-telling..." WESTERN TELEGRAPH ﬂit tfw Cﬁapter House.
St. Marys, Tafmerston ‘I’Iare. ’Venue 91, on ﬁfon. 215i toSat. 26th August, 12.30 to 2.30pm C7 7.00 to 9.00pm. £3. and£2.
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A PLAY BY PETER HANDKE ° SCREENWRITER OF “WINGS OF DESIRE”
Alternates between lunatic farce and terrifying reality. . . Challenges and expands the traditional thea vie-going experience.
ALL-NITE DINER THEATRE COMPANY ° DIRECTED BY DINA GOLDMAN CALTON STUDIOS ° VENUE 71 ° EDINBURGH 0 (031) 556-7066 1:00 - 3:00 PM DAILY 0 AUGUST 13 — SEPTEMBER 2.1989
ALSO t SHOOTING STARS by Molly Newman. Hit comedy-drama by a Fringe First winner exposes the locker room lives of an all~female basketball team in
America. A0915. II, 19, 22. 24, 25. 29, 31. Sept 2 10.00pm (11.30) £3.75 (£2.75)
s- THE THEATRE-STUDIO, INC. Cabaret Theatre ’New York times: Attachments & Addictions'. How does living in the fastest-paced city in the world affect relationships?
Aug 17-25 (not See) 12 midnight (1.30) [3.26
* HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN presents: AS LONG AS THE CUCKOO SINGS) by Eugster and Nielsen. A new musical play about the joys. passions and despairs of Hans Christian Andersen.
Au] 14-Sept 2 (act Sues) 6.00pm (7.30) £3.50 (£2.50) a LOWER ROOMS by Eliza Anderson. American teenage girl in spiritual crisis is caught between a satanic cult and political terrorism.
Aug 14-26 (net Seal 4.00pm (5.35) [3.00
VOICES Original and adaptive works from famous American writers. See what happens when women from four countries collide in Brooklyn (USA).
My 28-Sept 2 4.00pm (5.30) £3.50 (£2.50)
* GOING ON A riotous comedy about backstage life in a Broadway theatre—with Gwendolyn Humble, Charles Dennis, directed by Edward Hardwick. An Arlendell
Production. Avg I4-8qt 2 last Sens) 2.00pm (3.30) £3.75 (£2.75)
* THE SHOESTRING PLAYERS In their second year on the Fringe. ‘the best children's theatre in the US' lead all ages in an all-new hour of tales.
Asp 14-25 lest-Seal 12 sees (1.00) £3.00 (£2.00)
HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN-HURRAH by Eugster and Nielsen. A special musical morning with Hans Christian Andersen for children and their well behaved
parents. 8 years and up. My 15. 17, 18. 19. 21. 24. 25. 20. 29. 11. Sqt I. 2 10.00a- (1130) £2.50 (£1.50)
INSIIIUT FRANOMS D‘E(055EJ
VENUE SS—lnstitut Ftancais d‘Ecosse. 13 Randobh Crescent. Tickets 225 5366
Located inithe New Town near the West End of Princes Street on Randolph Crescent, this is an elegant and intimate venue presenting a wide variety of performances. A truly beautiful setting for high quality, entertaining theatre
it THE OLD BALL GAME by Stephen Foley. Two friends juggle truth. loyalty.
honesty and sex. by 21-8ept 2 (net Seal 12.00 stidaigllt (1.10m) £3.25 (£2.25)
A R.I. SHOWCASE James Schevill’s ‘A Shadow of Time: two plays about Dian Fossey and Ojuna Bames'. Performance art; readings; music. 4e. “Sept 2 (set Sm! 10.00,. (11.45) £3.50 (£2.50)
a DAMIEN by Aldyth Morris. Califomia actor DAN CAWTHON performs in this centennial salute to Father Damien, the leper Priest of Molokai. Asp 14-26 feet Seal 000p- (145) £3.05 (£2.05)
* BLOODY RUDDY Stageworks Ltd. presents Warren Monteiro‘s acclaimed Evening with Rudyard Kipling in India. ‘Hot sand and gingerl' Ian-Sept 2 0.00” (3.35) £3.50 (£2.50)
a MOMENT OF DECISION written and performed by Casandra Neckar. A one- woman play based on the writings and work of Margaret Sanger. 4e, “Sept 2 (eat Seesl 0.30” (7.30) £2.05 (£1.05)
* OPHELIE SONG by Antoine Campo A minimalist Opera based upon Ophelia's songs from Shakespeare's Hamlet with live song. dance and music. leg “Sept 2 (eet Sees) 4.00” (530) £3.05 (£2.05)
THE PEN AND THE PODIUM by lee Bollinger. WAVE Productions. Dramatically spotlights five noteworthy 19th century Americans: Susan B Anthony: Soioumer Truth; Sarah Ome Jewett; )Mlla Cather; and Zora Neale Hurston.
g 14w 2 (eet Susi 210’- (3101 use
e: THE REVOLUTIONARY MRS. ADAMS written and performed by Rebecca Bloomfield, brings alive e surpdslngly passionate. witty and relevant American women. As. 14w 2 (set Sees) I200 sees (1.45) (2.50.
24 The List 18— 24 August 1989