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November 03, 1990|By Lou Cedrone | Lou Cedrone,The Evening Sun Staff Art The Evening Sun Staff TV The Evening Sun Staff Video The Evening Sun Staff Theater The Evening Sun Staff


''Sibling Rivalry'' is a '30s-style comedy told with '90s language. As long as you can accept that, the film is good fun. Carl Reiner directed, and most of the time the gags work. Kirstie Alley, left, is the married woman who has a one-night stand with a man who dies in the hotel room they are using. Bill Pullman and Carrie Fisher are also in the cast. Sex, language. Rating: PG-13. ** Philadelphia artist Susan Moore paints monumental faces: Plain, strong, enigmatic women cast as observers or witnesses, perhaps. Moore joins artists Nancy Ring and Julie Schneider in "What's In Her Mind: Women Figure," an exhibition at School #33 Art Center which expresses the artists' diverse emotions and states of mind. Ring's pastels, for instance, often seem a welter of images sprung from a single memory or perception. Also at the center, a show of painted welded steel and ceramic sculptures by Nicole Fall and an installation of a cave-like arched hearth by Ivy Parsons. The exhibitions will run through Nov. 30 at School #33, 1427 Light St. Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.

Linell Smith The Bullets have been ensconced down Washington way for so long (18 years) that many National Basketball Association fans no longer remember when they played the round ball game at the Baltimore Civic Center (now Arena). Despite the occasional exhibition here, Baltimore's NBA link now comes courtesy of television, and NBC today begins a new four-year contract for coverage of the pro court sport. Former Los Angeles Lakers coach Pat Riley hosts a pre-game show at 3 p.m. (Channel 2), followed by Marv Albert, above, and Mike Fratello calling the action from San Antonio as the Lakers meet the Spurs.

Steve McKerrow ''Hunt for Red October'' is pretty slow sailing for the first 90 minutes. The last 55, however, are tight and exciting. Sean Connery is the Russian submarine commander who wants to defect to the United States, along with his sub and the crew. He faces more than a few obstacles along the way. The film is based on the book by Tom Clancy. Violence. Rating: PG. **

Lou Cedrone A scaled-down but entertaining version of the dramatic Webber-Rice musical "Evita" is on stage at the Annapolis Dinner Theater. The show has been directed by Barry Bach with creditable choreography by Sherry Kay Yetter. A good ensemble piece although it lacks fire and passion. Ann Alexander does well in the title role. Bruce Pope, right, is also in the cast. 339 Revell Highway, Route 50. Doors open at 6 p.m., show at 8 p.m. Tickets: $29.75. 974-0058.

Winnie Walsh

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