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December 10, 1976 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-12-10

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By BEN G. FRANK
(Copyright 1976, JTA, Inc.)

There is a tune in the
"Here Is Israel" multi-
media musical presenta-
tion that indicates that
one will wake up in the
morning with a new song.
Well, that is literally
what happens in the
"Here Is Israel" program
and the American Jewish
community is in for a
"new song" of entertain-
ment in this lively, youth-
ful, Israeli-made presen-
tation sponsored by the
Jewish Welfare Board
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ready booked for 70 cities
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head of the JWB bureau.
Located behind the
half-dozen entertainers
is a wide screen and as the
performers offer songs of
Israel and the world
there are simultaneous
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It is all here: sound and
sight, and the Israeli en-
tertainers are as varied
as the nation of Israel
which has been in-
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example, two excellent
performers are an eighth
generation Sabra of
Yemenite descent and a
Russian Jew.
But while we view the
Jewish state in the "Here
Is Israel" program, we are
constantly reminded that
there is a world out_there,
and a Diaspora.
And so audiences who
watch the nearly two-
hour show will hear Yid-
dish songs, traditional
Yemenite tunes and the
ballads of Soviet Jewry.
Indeed, the struggle for
Russian Jewry is brought
home vividly by the inclu-
sion in the Israeli troupe
of a Jew from the USSR,
now a citizen of Israel.
Injustice in the world is
shown, too, by way of
some footage from
Czechoslovakia. The film
shows the reactions of
people to the crushing by
Russian troops of Czech
desire for freedom.
There also are vignet-
tes of drawings of Israeli
children for the hope of
peace in the world. And
not, of course, to let us get
too lulled into "dreams,"
we are reminded that
there is an Israel Defense
Force which will defend
the borders of the Jewish
state; realistic battle
scenes jar us.
This reviewer saw the
"Here Is Israel" enter-
tainment program at the
American Zionist Federa-
tion convention at Gros-
singers's. Fisca Firsten-
berg, talented production
director, was present, as
was Israel Ambassador
Simcha Dinitz.
At intermission, the
ambassador said what
was probably on the
minds of all the viewers:
"It is as if," declared
Ambassador Dinitz, "you
had brought Israel to
America." That, indeed,
is what they have done!

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