Compiled by Mark Vitale

Arizona Daily Wildcat


Sept. 22

The British are coming! Prince Michael of Kent, a member of England's royal family and 22nd in line to the crown arrives in Tucson this morning to open the UK/AZ Festival and plans to stop in for a visit to the U of A. The Prince will be greeted in front of the Administration building at 10 a.m. by President Manuel Pacheco, Mariachis, poms, and students. This is a must-see for all Royal watchers.

Instead of going to a club tonight, why not help The Invisible Theater kick off its 1994-95 season of Creating Connections with the opening of The Real Inspector Hound? After the 7:30 p.m. performance Dr. Jerry Dickey, the director of Graduate Studies in Theater Arts at the U of A, will hold an informal question and answer session. For ticket information, contact the Invisible Theater at 882-9721.

If art is your cup of tea, then check out Robert Mahoney, nationally known art critic for Flash Art lecturing at the UA. The event will be held in the College of Architecture Auditorium at 7 p.m.. To get more artful facts, call 621-1251.

FRIDAY, Sept. 23

Back by Popular Demand! "Catastroph" a film produced right here in Tucson by UA Media Arts department alumni Douglas Harms and Robert Loomis will be shown tonight at 8 p.m. and on Saturday and Sunday at The Screening Room, 127 E. Congress. Don't miss this significant local event. Call 622-2262 for the facts.

Want something free and fun to do on a date? Try the Undergraduate Sculpture Departmental Exhibition at the 830 Gallery in the UA Art Building. View the latest three-dimensional work created by talented UA undergraduates from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.. For details, call the Joseph Gross Gallery at 621-1251.


Sept. 24

Catch the final POUR-formance of Bar Girls tonight, presented by One in Ten Theatre Company. This offbeat play takes a look at unique, and often humorous, situations at a lesbian bar. Curtain time is at 8 p.m. For more details call 770-9279.


Sept. 25

Try something different this week and attend the Celebration of Survivorship and Life through the Creative Arts art show, sponsored by the Arizona Cancer Center. The role of the creative arts, with emphasis on the visual and poetic arts in the medical field, will be explored from 1-4 p.m. To get a detailed prescription of the event, call 694-4605.


Sept. 27

T.V. Shankaranarayanan who has been called "The Tony Bennett of Indian Music" performs Carnatic (South Indian classical) vocal music tonight at 7 p.m. in the main hall of the Modern Languages Building. The performance is being sponsored by the Society for the Promotion of Indian Classical Music and Culture and Youth. For more information about this unique cultural event, please call Surya Narayana at 790-4214.

Ladysmith Black Mambazo, a world-famous vocal ensemble from South Africa, has sold more than three million copies of their record "Shaka Zulu" and recorded soundtracks for movies such as "Coming to America." Be sure to catch their performance at Centennial Hall tonight at 8 p.m. Call 621-1877 for more information.


Sept. 28

Experience Southwestern history with the fourth annual Tucson Indian Days Celebration and Powwow presented by the Tucson Indian Center! It's going to be five full days of dancing, culture, food and much more at the Tucson Convention Center and the Holiday Inn City Center. To round up information about specific events, please call 884-7131.

Peter, Paul, and Mary, one of America's most famous folk groups from the 1960s, will be performing tonight at Centennial Hall at p.m. For more information, call 621-3341.

If your organization's upcoming event seems "Calendar-worthy" send press material to Student Union Room 4, 621-3106.

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