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December 05, 1986 - Image 65

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-05

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\- let millions of gentile viewers
see a Jewish wedding, a
Jewish ritual, performed cor-
rectly."
It was a welcome part for
Baron, who performs such
• rituals regularly. The rabbi
• had heard of the upcoming
television nuptials through a
congregation member
friendly to the program's pro-
ducer. Baron was eager to
participate.
"I didn't have to study for
the part," Baron kibbitzes.
"After all, I do such things
all year 'round.
"Of course," he adds, "we
eliminated some things like
the ketubah so that the cere-
mony wouldn't be official and
the actors wouldn't really get
married."
Nevertheless, it was a
different kind of experience
for Baron, who was helped by
members of the cast in get-
ting into make-up and the
part. Yet, there was one cast
member who kept eyeing him
quizzically.
"She kept staring," recalls
Baron. "It wasn't until I got
into robe and tallit that she
yelled out, 'Of course, I know
you. You're my rabbi!' " She
hadn't recognized Baron
when he first arrived on the
set attired in his sweatsuit.
\_
The taping was no sweat
• for the rabbi, "a great, won-
• derful experience. There were
• many takes, but it went very
well."
Yet, the rabbi had some
"artistic differences." "I had
some problems with the
script," he says. "There were
two places in the script that
did not reflect how I would do
things."
For one, "there was no
blessing at the end of the
ceremony, and duing the
ceremony, there was nothing
,D that alluded to the symbol of
the chuppah."
Both concerns were re-
ctified, with all happy with
the results. "Everyone
shouted `Mazel toy!' at the
end of the ceremony."
But first, there were other
problems to deal with. "Yes,"
says Baron, "one of the
bride's jilted lovers — also a
Jewish character — was lurk-
ing in the back. There was
that big dramatic question:
Would he take her away?" a
la Dustin Hoffman in The
Graduate?
In the meantime, Baron is
more attuned to the televi-
sion industry's needs.
"We're now offering a free
consultation service for tele-
vision programmers," he
says. "We'll be a clearin-
ghouse" on rituals depicted
on the air.
Is Rabbi Baron ready for
another role? "Well," he says,
"I've never really done any
'acting.' Of course, for this, I
really played myself. It would
have been interesting had I
played a priest."
He thinks for a moment.
"Now that would have been
the ultimate challenge."

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