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April 27, 1979 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-04-27

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York Dance Group
-Will Perform at Temple

The New York dance
group, Rakdaneem, will
present a program of dances
based on Jewish themes
id:30 p.m. May 4 at the Bir-
. mingham Temple.

and recently was ap-
pointed movement spe-
cialist by the National
Endowment of the Arts
Artists in the Schools
Program.
On May 5, Ms. Caplan
and her partners will offer
two workshops at the tem-
ple, one for youth age 8-12
at 10 a.m. and another for
youth age 13 and up at 11
a.m. The workshops will in-
clude creative movement,
modern dance, ballet and
Israeli folk dance.
The residency is spon-
sored by the Michigan
Council for the Arts and the
Vivace Committee of the
Birmingham Temple.
There is a charge for the
concert and the workshops.
For information, call Eve-
lyn Kreger, 544-8350, or the
temple, 477-1410.

Dance Troupe
Will Perform

ROBERTA CAPLAN

The dances range from a
biblical dance, "The Deci-
sion," depicting King Sol-
omon's famous decision, to a
dance on the Jewish assimi-
lation in New York City's
Lower East Side. A tradi-
tional Yemenite folk dance
also is included.
it The three members of the
group all have performed in
• -solo and group concerts in
New York. Roberta Caplan,
the coordinator, has danced
with Manuel Alum and
Joyce Trisler Dance Com-
panies, in many operas in
New York and in
Pittsburgh and in numer-
' ous theatrical shows and
television productions.
She has choreog-
raphed and performed
una.r the auspices of the
A Artists' Project

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The Harbinger Dance
Company will hold their
annual spring concerts 8:30
p.m. May 4-5 at Orchestra
Hall.
The following week, the
group will be giving per-
formances throughout the
Detroit area:
May 7 — luncheon per-
formance at Twelve Oaks
Mall, 11 a.m.
May 8 — luncheon per-
formance at Fisher Build-
ing, 11 a.m.
May 9 — Fairlane Mall,
1:30 p.m.
May 10 — Northland, 2
p.m.
On May 11, dancers from
"A Chorus Line" will be
teaching classes at Har-
binger's. studio, 75 Victor,
Highland Park. For infor-
mation about any of the per-
formances or the classes,
call the studio, 883-1998.

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Featuring Newsman Valerian'

NOW OPEN
SUNDAYS{. -

A limited number of tic-
kets are still available for
the Adat Shalom Sisterhood
donor luncheon to be held
12:30 p.m. Monday in the
synagogue, announces Har-
riet Dunsky, donor chair-
man.

4 p.m. to 12 Mid.

From A Snack To A
Complete Dinner

Tickets Available
for 'Met Week'

A limited number of tic-
kets are available for the
operas to be presented dur-
ing Metropolitan Opera
Week in Detroit, to be
marked May 21-26 at the
Masonic Auditorium, under
the sponsorship of the De-
troit Grand Opera Associa-
tion.
"Don Pasquale," featur-
ing Beverly Sills, and
"Tosca," featuring Luciano
Pavarotti, are sold out, but a
few single seats remain.
Among the other prod-
uctions to be seen during
Met Week are: "Dialogues
of the Carmelites," "Otello,"
"Tannhauser," "The Bar-
tered Bride" and "Don
Carlo." "Dialogues of the
Carmelites" and "The Bar-
tered Bride" will be sung in
English.
For brochures and infor-
mation on the Met schedule,
call the DGOA office, 965-
2940.

Talking Books
Available for
Sight Impaired

The Library of Congress'
free talking books and mag-
azines program for the blind
is available through Oak-
land and Wayne County lib-
raries for persons with
limited or no vision or with
physical handicaps which
prevent them from han-
dling books.
The books, current maga-
zines, music and other
materials, including any
necessary playback equip-
ment, are mailed free of
charge and are returnable
postage-free.
For information, call the
Oakland County library,
553-0300, or the Wayne
County library, 274-2600.

Gallery Displays
Artist's Works

The paintings of New
York artist Larry Zox will
be on display at the Allen
Rubiner Gallery, 621 S.
Washington, Royal Oak,
from Tuesday through May
31. A reception for the artist
will be held 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Gallery hours are 9:30
a.m.-5:30 p.m. Monday-
Friday, and 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday.

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Richard Valeriani. The
donor will be highlighted by
boutiques and a European
coffee house.
For information, call the
synagogue, 851-5100.

Beth El to Focus
on Soviet Jewry

Temple Beth El will pre-
sent a special program on
"Soviet Jewry and Jews
That Want to Lea i - re to
Soviet Union" 10 a.m. May
13 in the temple. Com-
plimentary breakfast will
be served at 9:30.
The guest speakers will
be Philip Slomovitz, editor
and publisher of The Jewish
News, and Steve Shaw,
community affairs associate
responsible for interna-
tional concerns for the
Jewish Community Coun-
cil.
The program is sponsored
by the Social Action Corn-
mittee of the temple and the
temple brotherhood. A
Jewish family living in the
Soviet Union is being
adopted.

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report last Friday attrib-
uted to "qualified Pentagon
sources" that the U.S. is
forming contingency plans
to establish a force of
100,000 troops, including
40,000 combat soldiers, for
defense of U.S. interests
abroad, including the Mid-
dle East.
A Pentagon spokesman
told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency that such reports
"pop up every now and
then." He emphasized that
the U.S. military forces are
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American interests in a
non-NATO scenario."
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