WishenoTad's 'Rope Dancers.' Broadway Hit. to Be at Center Stage
i and Theodore Bikel.
Center Theater will present P,a -ker and June Snow.
The Rope Dancers" was writ- Ramiro Besada. who is designing
"The Rope Dancers" May 1-2 and
ten by Morton Wishengrad. author the set for The Rope Dancers,'
8-9 at the Jewish Center.
Included in the cast will be of more than 150 radio plays for is a designer, actor. Spanish!
Joyce Feurring. Morton Pearl. -- The Eternal Light' radio show. dancer and Colombian folk singer..!
Abby Moran. Jan Winer, Henry The play is based on a report on A native of Colombia. he is a
Skoczylas. Joseph Hacker. Rollout an actual case study of a child in civil engineer for a Detroit engi-
New York's Bellevue Hospital.
Tickets may be purchased at
The play had a long run on
Broadway with Art Carney. Sio- Wayne State University. Marwil's
hohan McKenna, Joan Blondell Northland. and the theater.
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Driving down Wyoming, the car
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LEFT OUT OF last week's item
on terrific City of Hope Cancer
Fighter's show, "American Yiddish
Musical Revue," was name of ark
leader Hal Gordon . . . He and the
boys in band did fantastic job in
backing up the revue.
* • *
BLOOD RALLY is set for 6 to 9
p.m. May 5, by Michael C. Stark
Chapter of Children's Leukemia
Foundation. at K. of P. Detroit 55
Castle Hall, 15787 Wyoming . .
All blood given may be in what-
ever name donor chooses . .. For
info.. call Carole Supowit. LI B-
THE Hannah Schloss Old
Timer's hold their tenth annual
dinner and installation of officers,
April 2-5. at Sheraton-Cadillac,
Mike Green will begin his second
term as president of the over 400
from the old Hannah Schloss Bldg.
on High St. (now Vernor) which
was forerunner to the present Jew-
ish Community Center.
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tal Women's Guild, is to contact
and enroll women in the commu-
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Gayle Sampson, 10. had been
watching her and one day came
home with five names of women,
with their addresses and phone
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members." . . Out of respect for
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them . . and enrolled each one!
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DREW PEARSON, Washington
columnist, runs show at Masonic
Temple, May 9, to combat Bombs
and Bigotry in the South . . . with
money earmarked to build
churches and synagogues . . . He'll
speak. and Lou Gordon, 1,VXYZ
commentator, will emcee .. . Also
slated to be on the show are Dick
Gregory. Sammy Davis, Jr. and
other show biz topnotchers . .
For tickets, call Bill Freedman,
WO. 5-2750, ex. 480.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 23, 1965-25