The corning fortnight By Suzanne Shelton JUNE GRAB BAG PHOTOGRAPHY A collection of 385 photographs, chosen by the artist, illustrate the monumental work of Henri Cartier-Bresson \(some have never been exhibited or even printed early August, Institute for the Arts, Rice University, Houston. LAFFS AND SONGS Still a chance to see “I Do! I Do!” with Carol Burnett and Rock Hudson, a singing-giggle look at a marriage; through June 16, Music Hall, Fair Park, Dallas. ANYTHING GOES “The Decline and Fall of the Entire World as Seen Through the Eyes of Cole Porter” continues, complete with 14 pounds of sequins, 40 of Porter’s songs and all-out production; through June 23, Alley Theatre, Houston. JUNE 7 GET YER IRISH UP To see “Hogan’s Goat,” a musical drama about Irish-American politics in turn-of-the-century Brooklyn; also June 8, 14 and 15, First Repertory Theatre, HemisFair Plaza, San Antonio. MI MI MI Last two chances to see free opera by the Houston Grand Opera: either “Carmen” following night, Weill and Brecht’s “Threepenny Opera” \(sans Outdoor Theatre, Houston. YEA LIFE The Christian Crusade of Rev. Sun Myung Moon, the Korean evangelist with a thing for Nixon, brings its “Celebration of Life,” featuring the music of the New Hope Singers International, dance by the Korean Folk Ballet and “words of truth” by God’s Colonel, a follower of Rev. Moon; 8:00 p.m., Texas School for the Deaf Theatre, Austin. JUNE 9 EASY LISTENING Top off a restful Sunday with Wilcox West and their folk rock al fresco; 7:00 p.m., Zilker Hillside Theatre, Austin. JUNE 13 DANCIN’ IN THE DUSK The Austin Ballet Theatre presents a new version of “The Beauty and the Beast,” plus excerpts-with-narration of “Cinderella” and “The Nutcracker Suite,” all emphatically rated G, so bring the kids and watch the sunset; also June 14, 8:45 p.m., Zilker Hillside Theatre, Austin. TROUBLE With a capital T, which is what Professor Harold Hill runs into in River City; but you should see for yourself, in “The Music Man”; through July 14, Dallas Repertory Theatre, NorthPark Shopping Center, Dallas. JUNE 14 HEY HEY HEY! It’s Fat Albert, or the creator thereof, Bill Cosby, in one-night comedy stand; 8:30 p.m., Theatre for the Performing Arts, San Antonio. JUNE 15 UNDER WRAPS Until now, you probably thought quilts were just for sleeping under, but you can go and see different at an exhibit of the Smithsonian’s quilt collection; through July 14, Laguna Gloria Art Museum, Austin. JUNE 16 AL FRESCO Sit on the hillside and listen to Cedar Frost play country rock; 7:00 p.m., Zilker Hillside Theatre, Austin. POTLUCK See what young dancers and choreographers are thinking about at a workshop by the Austin Ballet Theatre, featuring choreography by members of The Dancers’ School and other young Austin dancers; 7:00 p.m., ABT studio, Austin. JUNE 18 AMERICAN IN DALLAS Gene Kelly, your old fave from “American in Paris” and “On the Town,” comes to the Big D to star in “Take Me Along” as the Summer Musicals continue; through June 30, Music Hall, Fair Park, Dallas. JUNE 20 WHO KNOWS? What to expect from Richard Hayman, a composer-conductorharmonica-player who also does arrangements for Boston Pops, especially when he’s promising a “musical world tour”; 8:30 p.m., Jones Hall, Houston. FOR THE KIDDIES “Something for Everyone,” a children’s play as presented by the Blanco Street Fire Company; 8:45 p.m., Zilker Hillside Theatre, Austin. THE TEXAS OBSERVER OThe Texas Observer Publishing Co. 1974 Ronnie Dugger, Publisher A window to the South A journal of free voices Vol. LXVI, No. 11 June 7, 1974 hicorporating the State Observer and the East Texas Democrat, which in turn incorporated the Austin ForumAdvocate. Editorial and Business Offices: The Texas Observer, 600 W. 7th St., Austin, Texas 78701. Telephone 477-0746. 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