She will read from her new collection "Listen to the River," featuring
84 Native American poems. This is the second collection by the poet and
it features 84 poems with 15 sketches by Arizona artist Kay M. Burke. It
is available at Duttons Bookstore, 3806 W. Magnolia Blvd. in Burbank.
Stepping Stone Players
names members of board
GLENDALE -- The Stepping Stone Players have welcomed two new directors
to their board, David Potter and Kevin Lee.
Potter's design work in feature films is extensive, and he was the
scenic and lighting designer for "Peter Pan" last year.
Lee was director and choreographer on "Peter Pan."
The Players' next production "Bye Bye Birdie" will be in September
with auditions scheduled for May.
To raise funds for the project, the board is coordinating a Roaring
'20s-style Speak-easy that will feature live period music, dining, a
casino, dancing and entertainment on May 18.
For information regarding auditions or how to become a Stepping Stone
Players supporter, call the Stepping Stone Players Hotline at 246-8822.
PASADENA -- Noted soprano Hila Plitmann will be the guest soloist with
The Pasadena Symphony in an all-Mozart program at 8 p.m. Saturday at the
Pasadena Civic Auditorium.
Local musicians playing are Deborah Calkins on cello, Louise DiTullio,
flute, and Bruce Morgenthaler, bass, all of Glendale and Betty Siri,
violin, of La Canada Flintridge.
Plitmann, who is making her second appearance this season with the
orchestra, will perform a selection of Mozart's operatic-style arias,
including "Vorrei spiegarvi, oh Dio" K418, "No, no, che non sei capace"
K419 and "Misera, dove son -- Ah, non son io che parlo" K369.
Music Director Jorge Mester of Montrose, who will present the
pre-concert lecture at 7 p.m., will also conduct Divertimento No. 2 in D
Major, K. 131 and Symphony No. 38, "Prague."
The concert is an official part of the 2002 Grammy Fest, an annual
monthlong celebration showcasing the vitality, quality and diversity of
the Los Angeles cultural community in conjunction with the 44th annual
Single tickets range from $10 to $64 for adults and $5 forchildren 5
to 17. Season subscriptions are available.
The Pasadena Civic Auditorium is at 300 E. Green St. in Pasadena. For
tickets and information, call (626) 584-8833.