lb—Friday, January 'I, 197,1
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Two Young Artists Win Center Prizes
Beth Achim Youth
Plan Service, Trip
The Tallis and. Tephilin Club,
sponsored by the Men's Club of
Cong. Beth Achim, invites-boys and
girls 13-17 to join them 8:30 a.m.
Sundays for services and break-
fast. Bowling will follow in the
afternoon. For information, call
chairman Sain Rosen, 352.4374.
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Lahav, senior United Synagogue
Youth, invites all post-Bar and
Ba Mitza boys' and girls to at-
tend Shabat services 9:30 a.m.
at the synagogue. For information,
call Barry Lippitt, religious chair-
Kadimah, Junior USY, is spon-
soring a weekend retreat at Camp
Tamarack with Bnai Moshe Junior
USY Jan. 22-24. The retreat will
feature an oneg Shabat, services,
ice skating and tobagganing.
Mrs. Bertram Spiwak, co-chairman of the women's committee
Friends of the Center Symphony Orchestra, presents cash
awards to Beth Rhodes and Ida Kavafian as winners of the Center's
1970 Violin and Piano Competition. The young women performed at
the December symphony concert. Their prizes were donated by the
Milton J. Millers and Jack Beaus.
Young Dancers Guild to Mark
Decade of Activity at Center
Young Dancers Guild, the teen-
age performing dance company of
the Jewish Center, will celebrate
10 years of creative activity with
its 1971 Winter Concert 8:30 p.m.
Jan. 9 and 2:30 p.m. Jan. 10 at
the Jewish Center.
The guild offers young dancers
training in contemporary dance
techniques and a workshop atmo-
sphere in which to try out experi-
mental ideas in choreography.
The guild a'..so serves as a lab-
oratory for gaining performing
skills through many community
performances throughout the year.
The 1971 Winter Concert re-
flects the wide range of musical in-
terests of this group.
Susan Kirschner has choreo-
graphed a suite based on Renais-
sance music for dance, while Me-
linda Hufana was inspired by the
primitive rhythm of Santana.
Erica Herman and Harriet
Freedman attended a workshop
for high school dancers this sum-
mer and have adapted two dances
from that repertory for the guild.
Other members appearing in the
concert are Jan Cohen, Laura
Freedman, Jan Messer, Mar c y Peter Buntman Directs
Palmer, Elizabeth Parkins, Randy Hadassah Youth Groups
Sanfield, Cathy Sillman, Irene
Peter Buntman of Chicago re-
Swerdlow, Lori Verier, Mary Ann
cently assumed the regional di-
Willoughby and Linda Young.
rectorship of Hashahar, national
Denise Szykula, assistant di- Zionist youth organization under
rector of the Young Dancers the sponsorship of Hadassah.
Guild, has choreographed a
Buntman has a bachelor's degree
dance based on the life of Rem-
from Roosevelt University and is
brandt, which will have its pre-
currently enrolled at Wayne State
miere at this concert. Detroit University's school of social work
designer Judy Wiltshire de- as a candidate for a master's
signed costumes based on Rem- degree. •
Last summer he was director of
Miss Szykula also will perform rectorship of Haschachar, national
a solo choreographed for her by Camp Judaea, Hashahar camp
Harriet Berg, Young Dancers in South Haven, and previ-
Guild director. The piece, "Denise Indiana Region of Hashahar and
and Irving," uses the ,sculpture of senior adviser of the Hashahar
Michigan artist Irving Berg as a Midwest regional executive board.
He Served prior to that time as
counterpoint to tie dance.
Guest dancers will be .Vendetta assistant director of Masada in
Johnson, Shelly Washington and Chicago.
Buntman will direct activities
Christopher PilOran. The latter is
a former member of the guild at- in the Michigan Region for"Taior
age 9-14; seniors, high
tending Interlochen- Arts Academy
school students and Hamagshimim
as a dance major.
for college students.
Tickets are available at the • Young people interested in join-
cashier's office at the Jewish Cen- ing existing groups or in forming
new grows may contact Bunt-
. • .- ,
Children to -Visit `Land of the Dragon'
Sponsored by Omnibus at Center
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"Land of the Dragon", a fanta-
sy by contemporary writer Madge
Miller, will be presented by the
Wayne State Univeristy Children's
Theater, 2 p.m. Jan. 24 at the
The production, sponsored by
Omnibus—Children's Theater, con-
cerns a Chinese princess who is
in peril of losing her throne to
a villainous pair of usurpers. She
is finally saved by a wandering
student and his flying dragon.
Direction is by Gary M. Witt,
who directed lats summer's pro-
duction of "Land of the Dragon"
at Hilberry Theater. He has staged
many of the theater's touring chil-
dren's productions, as well as
other Bonstelle Theater plays.
The University Children's Thea-
ter has been touring children's
plays for 20 years, playing to over
The company handles all scen-
ery, costumes, properties, lighting
end sound, as well as acting.
Tickets are on sale at the Cen-
ter. 341-4200, ext. 292..
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