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April 05, 1968 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-04-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
46—Friday, April 5, 1968

"CaPmeil iahv"

Symphony Lists
Year's Concerts

TheTotal rem-die Animal!

KILASTMANICOLOIR mot ULTARASCOPIE • Released through AUDUBON FILMS

NOW SHOWING!

Exclusively at ...

began fencing verbally with a solo
dancer appearing there—Al Fisher.
Al Fisher and Lou Marks. corn-
They conferred backstage after
edy team who open at the Elmwood the show and decided their future
Casino Monday, came into being lay in tandem comedy operations.
several years ago through the Out of tribute to their first meet-
heckling of a busboy.
ing, they have continued to launch
Marks was the busboy (and a their act via the heckling-from-
Conductors and soloists for the fresh one) at one of Philadephia's the-audience routine, with Marks
Detroit Symphony Orchestra's leading supper clubs, and one night decked out in a busboy's tulifortn.
1968-69 subscription season have
been announced by Howard Har-
rington, general manager. The
new subscription series will begin
N
on Sept. 12 and will consist of 22
weeks, ending April 12, 1969.
including:
Sixten Ehrling, the orchestra's
aSE PH E. LEVINE
music director and conductor, will
MIKE NICHOLS
conduct a total of 15 weeks; Valter
,,Le ttENCE TURMAN"-
Poole, associate conductor, one
week; and six guest conductors,
Sergiu Comissiona, Hans Werner
Henze, Seiji Ozawa, Antal Dorati,
Jean Martinon and Wernier Tor-
kanowsky each will conduct one
week.
Instrumental soloists will include
Gary Graffman, Eugene Istomin,
Hans Leygraf, Arturo Benedetti
Michelangeli, Rafael Orozco, and
Andre Watts, pianists; Alfons and
Aloys Kontarsky, duo-pianists;
Christian Ferras, Kyung Wha
Winner of 5
Chung, Linda Snedden Smith, Gor-
Golden Globe
don Staples, Isaac Stern and Uto
Awards!
Ughi, violinists; and Vincent Meli-
don, clarinetist.
Vocal soloists will be Maureen
Forrester, Leslie Guinn; and Wil-
Paylai A..
liam Lewis.
Ett9IS TECHNICOLOR' PANAVISION'
The Rackham Symphony Choir,
Maynard Klein. conductor, also
will appear on the series.
Another highlight of the season
will be the world premiere per-
formance of a new work by Ben-
ut TENS
CLE...
jamin Lees, commissioned by the
E. Warrtn•Ootor Dries
W. Warren at Hiller Rd.
87 No. Gratlot
TU 6.0444
581.5040
465-0362
Symphony.
A prospectus listing programs
and subscription information is
available by writing the Detroit
Michigan Avenue 3 Miles
Woodward at 9 14111
Lahser at Grand Myer
West of Middle Bait
Symphony Orchestra, Ford .Audi-
LI 3.5800
KE 7-2560
PA 1.2100
torium.

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NOMINATIONS

Best Picture
Best Actor
Best Actress
Best Supporting Actress
\
Best Director

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RADIO CITY REDFORD

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
presents
An Allen Klein Production

STATE-WAYNE

Starts Wed., April 10, 8:30 p. m.

`Space Odyssey' to Open
at the Summit Theater

April 10th Performance Sold Out

Stanley Kubrick's epic-scaled
MGM-Cinerama adventure into the
future, "2001: A Space Odyssey,"
coming to the Summit Theater
Wednesday, features Keir Dullea
and Gary Lockwood.
The pair, cast as astronauts,
spent six weeks of working days
inside the cramped perimeter of
a giant space-ship called "Discov-
ery."
The centrifuge of the circular
steel structure, weighing 38 tons
and standing 36 feet high, created
an area of gravity for Dullea and
Lockwood to move freely during
their deep space probe in the ad-
venture.

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MGM

PRESENTS A

STANLEY KUBRICK PRODUCTION

2001:
a space odyssey

STARRING

KEIR DULLEA GARY LOCKWOOD

STANLEY KUBRICK AND ARTHUR C. CLARKE
PRODUCED AND DIRECTED BY STANLEY KUBRICK
SUPER PANAVISION AND METROCOLOR

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SCHEDULE OF PRICES AND PERFORMANCES

Orchestra Center Upper

& Loge Balcony Balcony .
An EVENINGS.
$3.00
;2.50
$1.80
MATINEES: (Sun. & Holidays).. 3.00
2.50
1.80
MATINEES: (Saturdays)
2.50
2.(W
1.50
MATINEES: (Wednesdays)..., 2.00
1.75
1.50
EVENINGS at 8:00 P.M. (Except SUNDAYS at 7:00 p.m.)
ALL MATINEES at 2:00 P.M.

Easter Holiday matinees daily April 12th — April 21st

•;00 PM (Sundays at
7:30 PM)
Floor & Mara. $3.00
$2.50
i Enclosed h S— 0 check 0 money order. By
Mat. Wed. $ Sat. at
i for
sees for the 2:00
PM
,
Main Floor& Merz.$2.50
Balcony ...... 2.00
performance on
Matinee Sunday at 2:00
PM.
i Your Name
Main Floor& Mozz, $3.00
Address
, Balcony

2.50

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SUMMIT THEATRE WarlInefee IIIvd.
and Lafayette, Detroit, MO. 411224

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