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March 28, 1980 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-03-28

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38 Friday, March 28, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

DELIVERY AND CARRY-OUT

• RIBS • CHICKEN • SHRIMP • FISH & CHIPS • SUBS

CHARLIE'S I HAPPY PASSOVER

RIB CAGE & CATERING

21099 W. 12 MILE AT EVERGREEN In Country Village

Ceder

358-0522

ANTOINE'S

805 WOODWARD AT LINCOLN Royal Oak 398 2680

OPEN 24 HOURS
ONE-WEEK ONLY SPECIALS, 11 a.m.-11 p.m.

FRI. . . FISH & CHIPS
$2.49
SAT. . . .16 oz. PORTERHOUSE STEAK .
. 1.95
SUN. . . . ROASTED OR B-B-U CHICKEN
$2 95
MON. . . GUS OR GYROS
$3.95
TUES. . . LAMB SHANK
1.95
WED. . . KAFTA
$3.95
THURS. . SHISH KEBAB
$4.50
(ABOVE SERVED WITH SALAD & POTATOES OR RICE)

OUR GREAT BREAKFAST SPECIALS

6 a.m. to 11 a.m.

NO. 1 . . . 2 EGGS, HASH BROWNS,
$
TOAST & COFFEE
NO. 2 . . . 2 EGGS, 2 STRIPS OF BACON,
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2 LINKS OF SAUSAGE,
TOAST & COFFEE

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(Except on Specials)

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The Best of Everything

THE
MOMENT
AFTER new Paradiso own-
ers Ann and Bill Sims had
seen the Nancy Gurwin
Production of "Guys 'n
Dolls," they somehow must
have felt they had bought a
winner ... This is the kind
of spirit cy
Nan and her cast
exudes in all their
endeavors, and the feeling
magnifies itself onto all who
surround her.
"Guys 'n Dolls," the
Broadway musical based on
a Damon Runyon story, is
the ninth Nancy Gurwin
Production . . . and in the
usual Nancy Gurwin pat-
tern, it is lively and fast
moving.
Critics and reviewers
from coast to coast have
written' thousands upoii'
thousands of words in ac-
colade of the wonderful
"Guys 'n Dolls" . . . It is
hardly conceivable though
that any dinner-theater in
the country can match such
a magnificent talent as
Nancy Gurwin.
From the moment the
three-piece combo of
leader Barbara . Anne .
Gowans, piano; Felice
Bernadara, drums and
percussion, and Chris
Murrell, bass, give out
with their very pleasant
and most entertaining
jazz warmup, the huge
crowd could feel that
something big was going

. and The Staff Of

19469 W. 10 MILE RD. (1 Block E. of Evergreen)
352-7466

Sincerely With Their Many Friends
and Customers

A Very
Happy Passover

We thank you for your
gracious patronage . . . and
most sincerely.
wish the very best
in health, joy and
prosperity to all

to take place ... and big-
ger than big it was.
The Nancy Gurwin Prod-
uction of "Guys 'n Dolls" at
Paradiso Cafe was done as it
has no doubt very seldom
been played in dinner
theaters anywhere.
The cast was magnifi-
cent, with perhaps a couple
of small parts not played ac-
cording to the way Damon
Runyon would have written
them . . . What is most
amazing is that the produc-
tion of "Guys 'n Dolls" could
be done on such a small
stage .. .
What a boon it will be
• with Ann and Bill building
a 20-foot stage in the main
dining room for Nancy's
next scheduled great prod-
uction for fall of 1980, "An-
nie Get Your Gun" . . .
("There's No Business Like
Show Business," "Anything
You Can Do I Can Do Bet-
ter," "They Say 'That Fal-
ling In Love Is Wonderful,"
"Doing What Comes Natur-
ally," "The Girl That I
Marry," etc., etc., etc. . . . all
written by Irving Berlin.)
Nancy Gurwin, easily
Detroit's premier female
dinner-theater talent, is
one of whom there is al-
ways so much that can be
said ... However, no
other words except
"great" can be used for
her wonderful perform-
ances.
On the heels of her mag-
nificent "Funny Girl" suc-
cess, "Guys 'n Dolls" offers
plenty of laughs, lots of
singing and much dancing.
Usually, the shows are all
Nancy Gurwin . . . This
time, she is assisted by a
fine cast of outstanding
stars who make up a most
entertaining rendition of
"Guys 'n Dolls" . . . like
Leah Betts playing Sarah
Brown, Edgar A. Guest III
as Nathan Detroit, Ralph
Reed as Nicely-Nicely
Johnson, Tom Steward as
Sky Masterson, etc.
Nancy as Miss Adelaide
sings: "A Bushel and a
Peck," "Adelaide's Lament"
(a person can develop a
cold), "Take Back Your
Mink," "Sue Me" and
"Marry The Man Today."
"Guys 'n Dolls" has al-
ways been a credit to its
many casts . . . Those in it
are all given good parts to
display their acting or
singing or dancing ta-
lents ... It is Damon Ru-
nyon at his best ... plus
music and lyrics by
Frank Loesser and book
by Jo Swerdling and Abe
Burrows.
When the show ended and
the deserved applause fi-
nally died down, the entire
cast of "Guys 'n Dolls" sang
"Happy Birthday" from the
stage to Sid Schwartz in the
audience ... celebrating his
y.
70th birthda
The Nancy Gurwin Prod- •
uction of "Guys 'n Dolls at
Paradiso Cafe runs through
April.
If Ann and Bill Sims put
their act together with
Nancy . . . and build her a
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ROAST PRIME RIB
OF BEEF

$4.55

$3.75
$3.75
$3.50
$3.50
$3.75
$4.85
$3.95
$4.95
$2.85

BAR-B-0 RIBS

$4.75

BAR B 0 CHICKEN

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$3.25

ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF
BRAISED SHORT RIBS

$3.25
$2.95

ALL ABOVE INCLUDE: SALAD, VEG.. POT.,
GREEK BREAD & BUTTER

MON THRU THURS. 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m . FRI. & SAT. 10:30 a.m to 11:30 p m.
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