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Cafe Theatre, Snyder Square, Main Street and Harlem Road, Amherst Fred Keller, artistic director.
The season: "Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris," musical revue, directed by Mary Kate O'Connell, Sept. 17-Oct. 10.

"The Trial of Shylock," docu-drama by Fred Keller based on courtroom scenes in Shakespeare's "The Merchant of Venice," Oct. 22-Nov. 21.

Tickets: General admission is $14, $12 for students and senior citizens. Dinner-theater packages $20.95 to $24.95 depending on the night of the week. For reservations and information, call 882-5914.

Alleyway Theatre One Curtain Up Alley; Neal Radice, artistic director.
The season: "Yours Truly" by Larry Gray, romantic comedy directed by Joyce Stilson, Sept. 10-Oct. 4.

"Someone's Knocking" by Rich Orloff, comedy directed by Kevin Stevens, Oct. 29-Nov. 22

"A Christmas Carol," Charles Dickens' story adapted by Neal Radice, Dec. 4-19 in the Upper West Arts Center, 467 Richmond Ave.

"The Road to Bethlehem," New Testament Christmas story adapted, with music and lyrics by Neal Radice, Dec. 10-19 in the Forbes Theatre, 500 Pearl St.

"Sherlock Forever," musical, book by Gordon Farrell, music and lyrics by Neal Radice, directed by Radice, Jan. 28-Feb. 28.

"Dead White Males" by William Missouri Downs, comedy directed by Neal Radice, April 8-May 2.

Buffalo Quickies, program of short plays, festival director Joyce Stilson, June 3-13.

Tickets: General admission is $18, senior citizens $14, students $10. Prices for "A Christmas Carol" are $20, $10 for students and children. For "The Road to Bethlehem," all tickets are $10. Visa and MasterCard accepted. Subscriptions and discounts are offered. The second Thursday performance of each play in the Alleyway Theatre is pay-what-you-can. For further information call 852-2600.

Artpark-at-the-Church Plain and South Fourth Streets, Lewiston; David Grapes, executive director.
Continuing season: "Cowgirls," music and lyrics by Mary Murfitt, book by Betsy Howie, directed by David Grapes, Oct. 7-Nov. 15.

"The Gift of the Magi," music and lyrics by Peter Ekstrom, Nov. 25-Dec. 20.

Tickets: For "Cowgirls" $20.50 to $24.50. For "Magi" $9.50, for children under 12, $6.50. (1-800-659-PARK).

Buffalo Ensemble Theatre New Phoenix on the Park, 95 N. Johnson Park; Timothy C. White, artistic director.
The season: "Talk Radio" by Eric Bogosian, drama, directed by Timothy C. White and Monica Martin, Sept. 10-Oct. 4.

"A Night in the Theatre" by Lawrence Casler, comedy, Oct. 22-Nov. 15.

"Times of Service" by Mark Humphry, one-man show featuring Timothy C. White, Feb. 4-28.

"Requiem for a Heavyweight" by Rod Sterling, adapted by Thomas Martin, drama featuring Victor Morales, March 18-April 11.

Area Playwright's Performance Series: "Who Was Don Smith?" by Josh Brewster, May 13-June 6.

Tickets: Subscriptions are $60. Tickets are $18.50 general admission, $15 for senior citizens and students. Sunday performances, seats are $10. Group discounts are available. For further information and reservations call 855-2225.

Irish Classical Theatre 625 Main St.; Vincent O'Neill, artistic director.
The season (note that the first show is in the Pfeifer Theatre and not the company's new theater at 625 Main St.): "An Ideal Husband" by Oscar Wilde, drama directed by Kevin McHugh, Sept. 10-27, Pfeifer Theatre, 681 Main St.

"The Three Sisters" by Anton Chekhov, comedy-drama directed by Fortunato Pezzimenti, Nov. 5-Dec. 6, opening performances in the new Irish Classical Theatre, 625-637 Main St.

"Oh Coward," musical and autobiographical tribute to Noel Coward, directed by Brother Augustine Towey, featuring John Fredo, Brendan Powers, Maggie Runfola, Jan. 7-Feb. 14.

"The Collection" by Harold Pinter, drama directed by Fortunato Pezzimenti, featuring Richard Wesp, Josephine Hogan, Paul Todaro, Feb. 25-March 28.

"The Shadow of a Gunman" by Sean O'Casey, one of the author's tenement plays set in Dublin in the 1920s, directed by Vincent O'Neill, April 15-May 16.

Additional Programs: Lunchtime performances Wednesdays at 12:10 p.m. of hour-long comedies: "Affairs in a Tent" by Alan Ayckbourn, directed by Darleen Pickering Hummert, featuring Josephine Hogan and Vincent O'Neill, Jan. 27-May 28. $10, box lunch optional. Sunday Evening Series at 7: "Beckett Shorts," Samuel Beckett's "Catastrophe," "Footfalls," and "Rough for Theatre III," directed by Paul Todaro, Jan. 24-March 14. $13. "The Lesson" by Eugene Ionesco, directed by Todaro, featuring Gerald Finnegan, May 7-June 27. $13.
Tickets: Subscriptions for all five shows are from $60 to $125. General admission is $19 to $25, $14 to $16 for senior citizens. Students tickets (some restrictions) are $10. Pay-what-you-can performances are the matinee of the first Saturday of a run. Tickets may be purchased with Visa or MasterCard, personal check, or cash. Groups rates are available. Purchases may be made by mail (Irish Classical Theatre, P.O. Box 874, Buffalo 14205-0874). For reservations and information, call 853-4282. Website: E-mail:

Kavinoky Theatre D'Youville Square, 320 Porter Ave.; David Lamb, artistic director.
The season: "Berlin to Broadway With Kurt Weill: A Musical Voyage," musical based on Weill's work, conceived by Gene Lerner, directed by Lynn Kurdziel-Formato, Sept. 10-Oct. 18.

"Death of a Salesman" by Arthur Miller, classic drama, directed by David Lamb, featuring Saul Elkin, Nov. 12-Dec. 13.

"The Gin Game" by D.L. Coburn, comedy/drama, directed by Eileen Dugan, featuring Saul Elkin and Anne Gayley, Jan. 7-Feb. 7.

"Richard III" by William Shakespeare, tragedy, directed by Kazimierz Braun, featuring David Lamb, Feb. 25-March 28.

"Deathrap" by Ira Levin, mystery suspense, April 15-May 23.

Tickets: Season's subscriptions are $85; senior subscriptions are $75, student subscriptions are $35. Reserved seats are $20, seniors $18, and students $10 (for "Berlin to Broadway With Kurt Weill: A Musical Voyage" only, tickets are $24, and for senior citizens, $20). Tickets may be purchased by mail with personal check (Kavinoky Theatre, 320 Porter Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 14201). MasterCard and Visa are accepted for phone and mail orders. For information and reservations call 881-7668.

New Phoenix Theatre New Phoenix Theatre, 95 N. Johnson Park; Richard Lambert, artistic director.
The season: "Freeze!" by Arch Brown, comedy, Dec. 3-19.

"Vaudeville Tonight III," variety show to support the theater, Dec. 20.

"Prelude to a Kiss" by Craig Lucas, drama, Jan. 7-30.

TBA, April 15-May 2. "Naked Powerplay" by Kevin Sheard, Canadian comedy, June 17-July 12.

Tickets: Season's subscriptions are $50. General admission tickets are $15, for students and senior citizens $12. Tickets may be purchased by mail with personal check. For information and reservations call 853-1134.

Paul Robeson Theatre African-American Cultural Center, 350 Masten Ave.; Paulette D. Harris, artistic director.
The season: "One Mo' Time" musical conceived by Vernel Bagneris, directed by Reggie Kelly, Sept. 18-Oct. 11.

"Blues in the Night," musical conceived by Sheldon Epps, directed by Reggie Kelly, Nov. 27-Dec. 20.

"Seven Guitars" by August Wilson, drama, Feb. 26-March 21.

"Jumpin' the Broom" by Darlette E. McAlpin, directed by Paulette D. Harris, drama, April 30-May 23.

Tickets: General seating is $14.50, for senior citizens and students $11.50, and for children (12 and under) $6. Opening night tickets are $16.50. Subscription packages are available. Ticket orders are accepted at this voice-mail and FAX number, 885-2590. Otherwise for reservations and further information, call 884-2013.

Studio Arena Theatre 710 Main St.; Gavin Cameron-Webb, artistic director.
Main Stage season: "The House of Blue Leaves" by John Guare, comedy, directed by Gavin Cameron-Webb, Sept. 13-Oct. 11.

"Dancing in the Dark" by Jeffry Denman, directed by Randall Kramer, tap dancing musical about the ghost of Fred Astaire, Oct. 18-Nov. 22.

"A Tuna Christmas" by Ed Howard, Joe Sears and Jaston Williams, comedy, directed by Gavin Cameron-Webb, Nov. 15-Jan. 3 in the Pfeifer Theatre, 680 Main St.

"Behind the Tavern" by Tom Dudzick, premiere of comedy-drama by Buffalo-born playwright, directed by Terrence Lamude, Nov. 29-Jan. 3.

"The Glass Menagerie" by Tennessee Williams, drama, directed by Gavin Cameron-Webb, Jan. 17-Feb. 21.

"Jitney" by August Wilson, episode in Wilson's epic narration of black life in America, set in Pittsburgh in the 1970s, directed by Isreal Hicks, featuring Stephen McKinley Henderson, Feb. 28-March 28.

"Barefoot in the Park" by Neil Simon, comedy, directed by Gavin Cameron-Webb, April 11-May 16.

Studio Too season: "How I Learned to Drive" by Paula Vogel, drama, directed by Jane Page, Feb. 12-March 7, and TBA, directed by John Russell Brown, April 9-May 2, both in the Pfeifer Theatre, 681 Main St.

Tickets: Reserved seats range from $15 to $37.50. Subscriptions range from $87.50 for a preview package to $245 for choice evening seats. Other kinds of limited subscriptions for senior citizens and students are available. One hour before curtain time a "rush" policy takes effect: available seats are sold for $10 to students, military personnel and seniors. Tickets may be ordered by credit card (856-5650 or 800-777-8243), by mail (Studio Arena Box Office, 710 Main St., Buffalo, N.Y. 14202-1990) with personal check or credit card, or at the theater with credit card, personal check or cash. Pay-what-you-can performances (minimum donation $5) are designated for the first Sunday preview of each run. Website: E-mail:

Summerfare Musical Theatre Daemen Theatre, 4380 Main St. Randall Kramer, artistic director.
The season: "The Mystery of Edwin Drood," musical by Rupert Holmes, directed by Randall Kramer, featuring Lisa Ludwig, Sept. 17-Nov. 1.

"After Hours: The Words, Music and Dance of the Underground 1940s, '50s & '60s," by Randall Kramer, Lynne Kurdziel-Formato and Jim Runfola, co-directed by Kramer and Kurdziel-Formato, featuring Terrie George, Nov. 12-Dec. 20 and Jan. 7-17.

"Wings," musical, book and lyrics by Arthur Perlman, music by Jeffrey Lunden, based on Arthur Kopit's play "Wings," featuring Sheila McCarthy, Jan. 28-March 7.

Musical show to be announced, April 15-June 6.

Tickets: Season subscriptions are $70. Reserved seats are $20, senior citizen, student, family and group discounts available. Pay-what-you-can performance is the Tuesday evening before opening night. Cash or check, or MasterCard or Visa credit cards are accepted. Summerfare Musical Theatre, c/o Daemen College, 4380 Main St., Box 810, Amherst 14226. For box office and additional information, 839-8540.

Theatre of Youth (TOY) Company 282 Franklin St.; Meg Quinn, artistic director.
The season: "Nancy Drew and the Mystery of the Crandall Jewels," premiere of play by Kenneth Shaw based on Carolyn Keene's novel; "Mystery at the Lilac Inn," directed by Meg Quinn, Sept. 17-Oct. 25.

"Beauty and the Beast," adaptation of classic tale, directed by Meg Quinn, featuring Brian Riggs and Amybeth Whissel, Nov. 20-Jan. 3.

"The Miracle Worker" by William Gibson, directed by Meg Quinn, featuring Kamala Boeck, Brian LaTulip, Feb. 19-March 27.

"Bunnicula, The Vampire Bunny," adapted to the stage by Jon Klein from a book by Deborah and James Howe, directed by Meg Quinn, featuring Timothy C. White, Chris Kelly, April 16-May 16.

Touring Production: "Winnie-the-Pooh," directed by Kamala Boeck, Jan. 13-25.

Tickets: All tickets are $10. Subscription and group discounts are available. Visa and MasterCard are accepted. Every performance is followed by a "talkback" with actors and audience. For further information call 856-4410.
Ujima Company TheaterLoft, 545 Elmwood Ave.; Lorna C. Hill, artistic director.
The season (performances in TheaterLoft unless otherwise noted): "In De Beginnin' " by Oscar Brown Jr., musical, Sept. 18-Oct. 11.

"The Amen Corner" by James Baldwin, drama, directed by Lorna C. Hill, Oct. 30-Nov. 22.

"The African Company Presents 'Richard III' " by Carlyle Brown, drama, directed by Philip Knoerzer, featuring Roosevelt Tidwell, Dwight Simpson, Roslyn Ruff, Feb. 5-28.

"Marvin's Room" by Scott McPherson, drama, directed by Philip Knoerzer, featuring Mary Mobius and Megan Rose Krank, March 19-April 11.

". . . And Bid Him Sing" by Lorna C. Hill, annual Mother's Day tribute based on poetry of Paul Laurence Dunbar, directed by Lorna C. Hill, May 6-9.

"Spunk!", three tales by Zora Neale Hurston adapted by George C. Wolfe, directed by Lorna C. Hill, featuring Nas Afi and Rodney Appleby, May 21-June 13.

Tickets: General admission is $17, for students and senior citizens $14. Subscriptions (five plays for $65, four plays for $40 to $50) and group rates are available. Tickets may be purchased by Visa and MasterCard and by mail with personal check (Ujima Theatre Company, 545 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo 14222). For reservations and information, call 883-0380.


Curtain Call Productions Joseph and Kelli Bocock-Natale, producers.
The season: "The Glass Menagerie" by Tennessee Williams, drama, Nov. 10-13 in the Lancaster Opera House.

"Sondheim: Putting It Together," musical, directed by Joseph Natale, March 11-28 in the Alleyway Theatre, One Curtain Up Alley.

"Crimes of the Heart" by Beth Henley, drama directed by Greg Natale, May 6-23 in the Alleyway Theatre, One Curtain Up Alley.

Tickets: Tickets for "The Glass Menagerie" are available through the Lancaster Opera House (683-1776). Tickets to "Sondheim: Putting It Together" and "Crimes of the Heart" go on sale after Nov. 1 and may be reserved at 685-0003.

HAG Theatre Margaret Smith, artistic director.
The season: "Gertrude Stein and a Companion" by Win Wells, featuring Juanita Evans and Alysse Sikes, Sept. 18-Oct. 3.

Further play productions to be announced.

Tickets: Tickets are $12, for senior citizens and students $10. For reservations and further information, call 835-7362. Performances are held in Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center, 2495 Main St., Suite 425.

Pandora's Box Theatre Company Michele Ninacs, artistic director.
The season: "Grace and Glory" by Tom Zeigler, dates and location to be announced.

"The Burning Pile" by Kay Rhoads, dates and location to be announced.

Tickets: General admission, $15; students and senior citizens, $10. Reservations can be made by calling 852-2600.

Promise Theatre Company Jane M. Pecora, artistic director.
The season: "In the Lion's Den" by Jane M. Pecora, comedy with music, Sept. 17-26.

"Godspell" by Stephen Schwartz, musical, Feb. 18-28.

"In the Belly of the Whale" by Jane M. Pecora, comic musical, June 3-13.

Tickets: General admission, $10. Subscriptions: $27. All performances in Buffalo Christian Center, 512 Pearl St. For the box office and for information, call 845-6476. Website:


Lancaster Opera House 21 Central Ave., Lancaster; Thomas T. Kazmierczak III, executive director.
The season:

Musicals: "My Fair Lady" by Lerner and Lowe, directed by Elaine Roberts for Stage Struck Productions, Oct. 2-8.

"The Wizard of Oz" by Harold Arlen and E.Y. Harburg, directed by Thomas T. Kazmierczak III for TnT Productions, Dec. 4-20.

"The Pirates of Penzance" by Gilbert & Sullivan, directed by Kerstin Stewart-Jufer for KSL Productions, Feb. 1-7.

"Monkey Business II" by Todd Mueller and Hank Bolan, directed by Anthony A. Kalinowski for AK Productions, Feb. 11-21.

"Jerry's Girl" by Larry Alford, Wayne Cilento and Jerry Herman, directed by Ann Mosner for O'Connell & Company, March 12-28.

"Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" by Time Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber, directed by Thomas W. Kaminski for Kastle Productions, April 16-May 2.

"Cole" by Benny Green and Alan Strachan, directed by Lynne Kurdziel-Formato for Subtext Productions, June 3-13.

Theater: "California Suite" by Neil Simon, comedy, directed by Walt Frazier for Lancaster-Depew Community Theater, Sept. 11-20.

"Mark Twain Live!" performed by Mike Randall, Nov. 6

"The Glass Menagerie" by Tennessee Williams, drama, directed by Joseph Natale for Curtain Call Productions, Nov. 11.

"The Unexpected Guest," mystery by Mystery Company, Jan. 14-24.

"The Gin Game" by D.L. Coburn, comedy/drama, RSDP Productions, May 6-16.

"Out of Order" by Ray Cooney, comedy, directed by Bob Alonzo for Lancaster-Depew Community Theater, May 20-30.

Dance: Rince Na Tiarna Irish Dancers, Nov. 15.

The Tamburitzans, March 6 and 7.

Classical Music: Niagara Frontier Brass Quintet, Oct. 26.

Elsner String Quartet, Nov. 16.

Mozart Birthday Celebration, Jan. 25.

Amherst Saxophone Quartet, Feb. 22.

Jazz: Ragtime Romp V, Oct. 24.

The Bar-Room Buzzards, Nov. 4.
Ladies of Jazz, Feb. 28.

Family: Rochester Children's Theatre's "Wind in the Willows," Oct. 24.

Haunted Happenings, Oct. 30.

"Star Mother's Youngest Child" by theatreFiguren, Nov. 21.

Jim Menke Marionettes' "Snow White," Jan. 2.

Rochester Children's Theatre's "Stuart Little," Feb. 27.

"A Fairy Tale" by theatreFiguren, April 10.

Variety: The Marvellettes, '60s doo-wop, Sept. 26.

A Tribute to Glenn Miller, Sept. 27.

An Afternoon With Pat Shea, Oct. 25.

An Afternoon of Viennese Dreams, Nov. 1.

"Stepping Out," New Sensational Seniors, Nov. 7 and 8.

"Christmas A-Z," In-Concert Productions, Nov. 27-29.

"Come Swing on a Star," Mike Mulawka Orchestra, Dec. 31.

"With a Song in My Heart," Nostalgia, April 9-11.

Tickets: Reserved seats are $11 to $13. Discounts for students, senior citizens, and children 12 and under are available. Discounts for whole series are available. Tickets may be purchased by mail (Lancaster Opera House, 21 Central Ave., Lancaster, N. Y. 14086) with personal check or credit card. Reservations may be made by calling 683-1776. Tickets may be purchased at the box office.

Rockwell Hall Auditorium 1300 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo State College Campus; Randy L. Mayes, director.
The season: "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare, drama performed by England's University of Cambridge Amateur Dramatic Club, Sept. 25 and 26.

"In This State of Mind," performed by Janet Reed and Dancers, Oct. 24 and 25.

"Once Upon a Midnight . . .", one-man show of Edgar Allan Poe by John Astin, Oct. 29.

Squonk Opera, mixture of music, dance, performance art, Nov. 14.

ODC San Francisco, dance troupe influenced by George Balanchine, Jan. 16.

"Halley's Comet: A Once in a Lifetime Experience -- Twice," humorous tour of time and history by John Amos, plus gospel music, Feb. 13.

"A Midsummer Night's Dream" by William Shakespeare, romantic comedy, Buffalo State College student production, March 18-26.

Sol y Canto, sextet playing Latine American and Caribbean music, May 14.

Special Events: George Winston, New Age, folk and jazz, Oct. 6.

Tony Kushner, "Angels in America" playwright, in conversation, Dec. 1.

Tickets: Season ticket discounts available. General admission tickets $8 to $30, depending on the event. Senior and student tickets, $6 to $26, depending on the events. Tickets available from Rockwell Hall Auditorium Box Office, by telephone with credit cards (878-3005) or by mail with personal check (Buffalo State College Performing Arts Center, Rockwell Hall 210, 1300 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 14222). The TDD (telephone device for the deaf) number is 878-3031.

Shea's Performing Arts Center 646 Main St.; Patrick Fagan, chief operating officer.
The season (note that the downtown theater is undergoing major renovation, and the fall's events will be held in other venues):

Broadway Series: "Riverdance -- The Show," Irish dance and music, Oct. 13-18, University at Buffalo's Center for the Arts, North Campus.

"Tony & Tina's Wedding," entertainment that incorporates audience as part of the wedding party, fall dates to be announced, in Theater Place.

"Peter Pan," touring show featuring Cathy Rigby, March 2-7, University at Buffalo's Center for the Arts, North Campus.

"The Phantom of the Opera," musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber, May 5-23 in the renovated Shea's Performing Arts Center, 645 Main St.

"Sunset Boulevard," musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber, June 8-13, in Shea's Performing Arts Center, 645 Main St.

Family Show: Sesame Street Live's "123 . . . Imagine!", Feb. 24-28 in Kleinhans Music Hall.

School Time Series: "A Thousand Cranes," Japanese story performed by Nebraska Theatre Caravan, Oct. 26 in Kleinhans Music Hall.

"Richard Scarry's Busytown," performed by Omaha Theater Company, Nov. 13 in Kleinhans Music Hall.

"Shea'speare," performed by Buffalo's Shakespeare in Delaware Park Company, Nov. 18 in Kleinhans Music Hall.

"The Steps of Lincoln," performed by Theatre IV, Feb. 5 in Kleinhans Music Hall.

Tickets: Season subscriptions for the Broadway Series are from $164.50 to to $263.50. Tickets may be purchased at the box office or may be ordered from Ticketmaster 852-5000 or in Canada tickets may be charged by phone (416) 870-8000. For subscriptions call the Shea's Box Office at 847-0850. The fax number is 852-6004. For group rates, senior citizen and student discounts call 847-1410 extension 132 for further information. Tickets for single events go on sale at different dates -- call 847-0850 for information. Web site:

University at Buffalo Center for the Arts North Campus; Thomas Burrows, director.
The season: Special Mainstage Events: "Bully," one-man performance of Theodore Roosevelt by John Davidson, Oct. 27 and 28.

An Evening With Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, Grammy-winning quartet, Feb. 17.

"A Great Day in Harlem," film and photographs plus live performance by jazz trumpet player Art Farmer, Feb. 21.

International Cultural Exchange: "The Love of Don Perlimplin with Belisa in Her Garden" by Federico Garcia Lorca, poetic folk play, Sept. 24-27.

"Metamorphosis," new work by Poland's Gardzienice, an experimental theater company, Nov. 12-22.

World Music Series: Douglas Spotted Eagle, Oct. 23.

Kronos Quartet, March 23.

Ensemble Intercontemporian, April 25.

Dance: Chen & Dancers, Asian-American dance, Nov. 13.

Dayton Contemporary Dance Company, Feb. 19.

Paul Taylor Dance Company, April 29.

Family Adventure Series: "Little Women" from the Kennedy Center, Nov. 8.

"Winnie the Poo," musical version by Bruce Talkington, Dec. 12.

"Alice in Wonderland" by Motus O Dance Theatre, Feb. 6.

"The Wiz of the West" by Missoula Children's Theatre, July 7.

School Time Adventures: The Paper Bag Players, Nov. 4.

The Jack Frost Holiday Revue, Dec. 15.

Famous People Players, Feb. 4.

"Do the Write Thing" and other works by Child's Play Touring Theatre, March 30.

Paul Taylor Dance Company's Taylor 2, April 20.

Off Center Series: Cello Movement Theatre by BJ Goodwill and Stephen Katz, Feb. 26.

Rajeckas and Intraub Movement Theatre, March 29.

Performer Robert Post, April 23.

UB Theatre and Dance: Noh Theatre, Oct. 9.

Zodiaque Fall Dance Concert, Oct. 22-Nov. 1.

"A Midsummer Night's Dream," Oct. 23-Nov. 1.

"Working," musical, Nov. 12-22.

"Studiowerks," Dec. 3-6.

Zodiaque Spring Dance Concert, Feb. 11-21.

"Fool for Love," drama, March 18-28.

"Caucasian Chalk Circle," drama, April 8-18.

Choreographers' Showcase, April 30-May 2.

Tickets: Ticket prices vary from event to event. Tickets may be purchased through the Center Box Office, 645-2787. Mail order and fax order forms are available from the Box Office. Tickets are also available from Ticketmaster (852-5000). Discounts are extended to UB students and groups. For information about group sales call 645-6771.