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May 9, 1986

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Page 6 Bellevue Community College May 9, 1986 , Entertainment i Eastside Moving Company gets funding from foundation for Washington trip by Mark Stillman Advocate staff The Eastside Moving Company, the College's resident performing dance ensemble has received the funding for their trip to Washington D.C. The College's foundation has provided the necessary funds for the trip that begins May 22. The Eastside Moving Company received $945.00 for the trip where they are expected to perform. The foundation acts as a "holding money" vehicle for all departments and suppfies money to each department when they need to use it. Winnie Chapin-Young, guest director of the Eastside Moving Company, said the foundation has been extermely helpful in getting the funding. The Washington D.C. trip is for the American College Dance Festival Compe- tition where the Eastside Moving Company has been selected to perform first with their dance "Boundries." The Eastside Moving Company was notified April 11 that they were winners and would perform after being judged semi-finalist at the regional competition held at the University of Washington in January. Winning the American College Dance Festival is considered the highest honor available to any college dance department. Students attending the conference will be able to participate in classes and workshops taught by internationally reknowned members of the dance community. Chapin-Young said it also gives her the opprotunity as an instructor to learn more photo by Brian Humphrey Eastside Moving Company performs "Boundries," pictured above, at the American College Dance Festival on May 23 in Washington D.C. ETC's 'Fifth of July' opens tonight about college dance training. 00e00en0000oO00oOoco00os,,00 with experiencedcast celebration runs from May 22-24 in Washington D.C. BRIDAL ,:.=,,..: -- COCKTAIL :::,"ffTl] .... PROM ,,., byChris cooper Jtgc2 zatederEoTPtYeScPeaClstre;2  Entertainment Editor_ Landis, previously in "Guys and Dolls" at Bellevue Bridal Boutique ,E,,astside ,Theatre Co mp.y will open the Seattle Repertory Theatre. n  '.'.i rmn oF july," Lamora wnson nnewty Also Appearing in this production are ":. '. "- , ;." revised play, tonight at 8 p m in Carlson Peg Phillips of Woodinville as Aunt Sally, 1" ormat w ear : .... 'l Theatre on campus, who was seen in the films "Chase" and A step aootm the rests.'./.. ".. :.. *.. I ....... ___ '--.--'.::2-1 ] 'vifth oF July" deals with a group of "Spring Snow;" Gordon A. Robertson of B27 Bellevue Way N E ,l:)I-IO'tI i " ". ':""';33" II I former s ................ Seattle as Weston Hurley; Rebekah -- i:]"': I  tuucnt ac_xlvlsts anu me changes ACgO'-:"'" "  In then" liv .......... ?:::''"" / " " " es and attitudes in the years since McCarthy of Seattle as Shirley Talley; ion-Fri 10-8 pro, at i, un roon to  .... | leaving college Bonnie Banks of Mercer Island as June; ...... cast members itclude Sarah Brooke of and John Williams Lynch of Bellevue as Seattle, as Gwen, previously seen in ACT's production 6f "A Christmas Carol" and off Broadway productions in New York City; Tony Pasqualini of Seattle, as Ken Talley, also seen in ACT's Production of "A Christmas Carol" and "Execution of Jed Jenkins. The play opens tonight with a gala party and continues its run Friday and Saturday nights through May 3 I. Tickets are $5 for the public and $4 for students. For ticket information call 641-2415. photo by Brian Humphrey Cast of Fifth of July in rehersal for tonight's opening. Paid Advcrti.mcnt