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Thursday November 2, 2000

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Sex, power, seduction, oh my! It's better than the Wizard of Oz - it's Les Liaisons Dangereuses. This decadent morality tale explores the furtive schemes of Marquise de Meurtuil and the Vicomte de Vamont, who plot a vicious sport against innocent victims. The Arizona Repertory Theater will discuss some of the issues driving the play prior to the show at 1:30 p.m. in Director Studio 116 in the fine arts complex. Call the fine arts box office at 621-1162 to buy tickets.

Have you ever wondered what kind of work goes into the elaborate sets of movies? Siobhan Roome, an art director and set designer for film and television productions, will be on campus today to discuss "The Art of Production Design in Motion Pictures." Roome designed sets for "He Said She Said," "Tank Girl," and "Broken Chain." The lecture starts at 4 this afternoon in Harvill Room 104. Give the media arts department a call at 621-7352 if you need any more information.

When you think of gypsies, long, flowing skirts, turban-wrapped heads and bare feet may come to mind, but what auditory illusions do you think of? Rather than imagining them, why not discover the real thing? You've got the perfect chance to do that tonight at Centennial Hall when Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg and Sergio and Odair Assad present "Gypsy Songs." Salerno-Sonnenberg's violin and Assads' guitar have been called "sultry provocateur with deliriously Romantic lyricism" by Stereo Review. The performance starts at 7:30 p.m. in Centennial Hall. Tickets cost between $26 and $38 and can be purchased by calling 621-3341.

Looking to check out some music today, but want to hit the bars tonight so you can't make it to Centennial? Count your blessings, because the Silverwood Duo is hitting the campus today in an 11 a.m. performance. The Arizona Senior Academy is hosting a guitar and flute concert at the Science and Technology Park, Building 9040, Room 1350. If you need more details, call Tamara Bostwick at 621-9658.

At a crossroads in your life and don't know what to do? Check out what Norman G. Wallace did. The Arizona Historical Society is presenting "Crossroads: the Photographic Journey of Norman G. Wallace," a presentation that features Wallace's photos from 1906 to 1955. Wallace focused on subjects such as the growth of Arizona highways, rural life and towns. The lecture starts at 1 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. in the Presidio Gallery of the Arizona Historical Society.