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Community actors have taken direction well for 'Annie'

September 20, 2003

from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. today at Harley-Davidson of Glendale.

The Love Ride will feature ZZ Top in concert. Jay Leno will

return as grand marshal.

A concert by the Thunder Blooze Express will be part of today's

kickoff event. Also planned are prize drawings, a barbecue and a

preview of 2004 motorcycles.

The minimum donation to participate in the Love Ride is $60, or

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$50 in advance. Advance registration can be done at Harley-Davidson

of Glendale or online at www.loveride.org.

Harley-Davidson of Glendale is at 3717 San Fernando Road. For more

information, call 246-5618.

VAUDEVILLE NIGHT AT THE ALEX THEATRE

The Alex Film Society pays tribute to The Alex Theatre's roots as

a vaudeville house when it sponsors the fourth annual "Vaudeville

Extravaganza!" beginning at 8 tonight at The Alex.

True to the vaudeville genre, the show concludes with a comedic

movie "Laurel and Hardy's 1933 Paramount classic "Sons of the

Desert."

The evening's live vaudeville acts include Grammy winner Ian

Whitcomb and the Bungalow Boys performing nostalgic music, the comedy

of Chipper Lowell, the human calculator Arthur Benjamin,

award-winning magician Danny Cole and The Balloon Man/Little Cowboy

Kicker Skip Banks.

Tickets are $17.50, $10 for youngsters and $15 for society members

and are available at The Alex box office. For tickets by phone, call

243-2539. The Alex Theatre is at 216 N. Brand Blvd., Glendale. For

recorded information, call 754-8250.

The Alex Film Society is a nonprofit community arts organization

dedicated to film preservation through exhibition at Glendale's Alex

Theatre. For more information or to purchase tickets online, visit

the society's home page at www.AlexFilmSociety.org.

AUDITIONS ARE THIS WEEKEND FOR 'SNOW QUEEN'

The Dance Street Performers are having auditions this weekend for

"The Snow Queen," an original holiday ballet, to be performed Dec.

19, 20 and 21 at the Glendale Community College Theatre.

This is the sixth season the company has performed this family

production. Children and young adults from the community are invited

to participate.

Auditions will be at noon Saturday for principal roles and

soloists. Needed are teenagers and young adults 13 to 24 with dance

training in ballet, jazz, modern and/or gymnastics. Auditions will be

at 10 a.m. Sunday for gymnastic roles and at noon Sunday for chorus

roles 11 years and older. These auditions will be held for chorus

with varying levels of dance experience from beginners to advanced.

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