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The coming fortnight By Suzanne Shelton FEBRUARY GRAB BAG GRENOBLE GOODIES Twentieth century canvases from Museum of Grenoble, France, including works by Matisse, Rouault, Picasso,. Chagall, other Fauves, Cubists, Surrealists, Expressionists, Constructivists; also exhibition of Contemporary German Graphics, centering on works of 1960s and 1970s; also Kelly Fearing prints and drawings, Ishmael Soto ceramics; Art Museum, University of Texas, Austin. DOWN SOUTH Art Museum of South Texas opens exhibition of works by eight contemporary artists: Lichtenstein, Rauschenberg, Cy Twombly, Peter Young, Gary Stephan, Neil Jenney, Don Judd, Dan Christensen, including works on display for first time; Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi. AFRICAN ART Dogon tribe of West African republic of Mali represented in art works, photo-murals, and color slides from Lester Wunderman Collection, under auspices of International Exhibitions Foundation of Washington, D.C.; Michener Galleries, Humanities Research Center, University of Texas, Austin. FEBRUARY 15 DEVILISH DRAMA That springtime sweetie, “The Devils,” is back, with two performances remaining of UT Drama Department production of play adapted from Aldous Huxley’s tale of hysteria and lust in 17th century France; through Feb. 16, 8 p.m., Hogg Auditorium, University of Texas, Austin. KICKERS’ NIGHT OUT San Antonio’s Stock Show and Rodeo features John Davidson, crooning some stock tunes, plus calf scramblin’, barrel racin’, bareback ridin’, steer wrestlin’ and clowns; through Feb. 17, Joe Freeman Coliseum, San Antonio. PERCUSSION & PROFS Texas Tech faculty members join Tech Percussion Ensemble and Horn Ensemble in performance of music by Schoenberg, Berio, Varese, Barber, others; 8:15 p.m., Westminster Presbyterian Church, Lubbock. FAUQUEZ’ FOX Belgian playwright Arthur Fauquez adapted medieval beast epic, “Reynard the Fox,” in children’s production by UT drama students, directed by talented Dorothy Dodd; through Feb. 23, Drama Bldg. Theatre Room, University of Texas, Austin. 2 The Texas Observer HELD OVER Tom Jones-Harvey Schmidt musical, “The Fantasticks,” held over, weekends through Feb. 24; Center Stage, Austin. ORGANIST Rene Saorgin, in concert; Caruth Auditorium, Southern Methodist University, Dallas. MARAT/SADE The inmates are at it again, swinging on bars and demanding their rights, in one of finest plays of our time, “Marat/Sade;” through Feb. 23, Zachary Scott Theatre, Austin. REQUIEM Choral Union, directed by Morris Beachy, joins Austin Symphony Orchestfa in Verdi’s “Requiem,” conducted by Walter Ducloux; Municipal Auditorium, Austin. FEBRUARY 16 VINTAGE VERONA Award-winning of Verona,” breezes through Texas one-night stands: Jones Hall, Houston; Feb. 17, 7:30 p.m., Theatre for the Performing Arts, San Antonio; Feb. 18, 8 p.m., Municipal Auditorium, Austin. SOPRANO SINGS Judith Klinger, soprano, in concert; Music Bldg., Texas Tech University, Lubbock. .FEBRUARY 17 ALL TOGETHER NOW UT Woodwind Ensemble in afternoon concert; LBJ Library Auditorium, University of Texas, Austin. PIANIST PERFORMS Temple Rodef Sholom sponsors guest artist David Syme at piano; 8:15 p.m., Roxy Grove Hall, Baylor University, Waco. MUSIC IN AFTERNOON Lend an ear to Zoe Erisman, pianist; Musiiem of Fine Arts, Dallas. FEBRUARY 18 STRING QUARTET Dallas Arts String Quartet performs several selections; Caruth Auditorium, Southern Methodist University, Dallas. YELVINGTON DRAMA The late Ramsey Yelvington’s “A Cloud of Witnesses,” presented by SWTS drama students; through Feb. 23, University Theatre, Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos. GUEST ARTIST Vladimir Ashkenazy, pianist, performs Prokofiev’s “Second Piano Concerto” with Houston Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Lawrence Foster; through Feb. 19, Jones Hall, Houston. WIGS OFF TO GW In case you didn’t know it, Big Brother declared this George Washington’s really comes Feb. 22; happy birthday, bureaucrats. FEBRUARY 19 LEONTYNE She’s been called “the most beautiful voice in the world,” and may well be Leontyne Price, in UT’s Solo Artist Series concert; 8 p.m., Municipal Auditorium, Austin; also Feb. 22, Jones Hall, Houston. COTTEN DEBUT Joseph Cotten, an oldie in the biz, joins wife Patricia Medina in British comedy, “The Reluctant Debutante;” through February, Country Dinner Playhouse, Dallas. HIGH SCHOOLERS Harries hit the bigtime as Central Texas High School Choirs perform with Baylor University Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Daniel Sternberg, with David Albee, pianist; 8:15 p.m., Waco Hall, Baylor University, Waco. FEBRUARY 20 GUN-TOTER! Local production of “Annie Get Your Gun,” through Feb. 24; Houston Music Theatre, Houston. DANCEFEST “Dance ’74” features SMU dancers in jazz and modern works; through Feb. 24, Bob Hope Theater, Dallas. BASS ONSTAGE Steven Klombe, string bass, in faculty recital; 8:15 p.m., Roxy Grove Hall, Baylor University, Waco. FEBRUARY 21 COMMON CAUSE Though we usually ignore all the speechifying, John Gardner of Common Cause would be worth hearing; free, 7:30 p.m., Lanier Junior High School Auditorium, Houston. FACULTY RECITAL Jerry Gordon, tenor, joins Carol Mayo, mezzo-soprano, in concert; 8:15 p.m., Roxy Grove Hall, Baylor University, Waco. FEBRUARY 22 OKIES RETURN “Oklahoma!”, durable old World War II musical about beautiful? Sooner state, performed by Tech drama students;