Friday, November 1, 1985
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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Performs For Vivace Series
DINING WITH DISTINCTION
NOVEMBER SPECIALS Mon. thru Sat
APPETIZER OF THE MONTH:
Fresh Spaghetti Squash
performers will follow.
Served with a marinara sauce
Rack Of Lamb
Lightly marinated in mustard sauce and char-broiled
with fresh pears, served with mint jelly
Tenderloin steak with mushrooms in fresh cracked
pepper, sauteed in cognac
Four members of the Michi-
gan Opera Theatre will be fea-
tured in a program entitled,
"From Sondheim to Strauss," on
Nov. 10 at 7:30 p.m. at the Bir-
The group, consisting of
Rochelle Rosenthal, Michael
Hendricks, Russelle Hunter and
Mark Vondrak, will present, in
costume, selections from favorite
Broadway shows and light
operettas such as West Side
Story, Oklahoma, and The Stu-
For ticket information, call
Bob Phillips, 661-5633; or Joan
Rose, 543-5912. A coffee and
dessert afterglow to meet the
Scallops & Shrimp Sherry
Bay scallops & jumbo shrimp with fresh mushrooms,
peapods, red bell peppers, sauteed in sherry wine &
Above entrees include tossed garden salad with choice of dressing, potato ju jour or spaghetti
and bread basket with butter.
The concert is the second of
four annual concerts in The
Birmingham Temple's Vivace
Series. The performers have ap-
peared in previous Michigan
Opera Theatre's productions
both in Detroit and on state-
Rosenthal has toured nation-
ally with the Prince Players as
well as performing in summer
stock productions. In addition to
his role as Sportin' Life in Porgy
and Bess, Hendricks has ap-
peared wih numerous symphony
orchestras in the Detroit met-
ropolitan area. Among the mus-
ical theatre credits of Hunter
"THE ONE & ONLY"
Michigan Opera Theatre performers appearing for the Birmingham
Temple Vivace Series are, top row, from left: Michael Hendricks
and Mark Vondrak; and bottom row, from left: Russelle Hunter and
are The Music Man, Cabaret paru.es, as well as performing in
aid Brigadoon. Vondrak is a the Detroit Symphony Orchest-
veteran of Michigan Opera .ra's Brahms and Schubert festi-
Theatre's local and touring corn- vals.
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