September 1972
New Yorker;9/30/1972, Vol. 48 Issue 32, p4
The article presents a calendar of events on several entertainment programs in New York. The Beryozka Russian Dance Company is performing nightly at 8 in the City Center. Artist Harry Chapin who is best known for his song "Taxi" will be at Bitter End through Sunday October 1,1972. Freely handled paintings of fantasy, incorporating nudes, horses, monkeys and fruits by Robert Beauchamp will be exhibited in Dain starting Tuesday, October 3,1972. At the Metropolitan Opera in Wednesday evening, September 27,1972, "Un Ballo in Maschera," starring Martina Arroyo and Gail Robinson will be shown.


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