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January 23, 1987 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-23

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Can We Talk?

Continued from Page 58

culturally, as well as reli-
giously. I'm always aware of
it and always proud of it."
Currently, Rivers is work-
ing with NatPAC, an Israeli
issues-oriented political ac-
tion committee, to combat
anti-Semitism in this coun-
try. "I'm Jewish, and I resent
anti-Semitism," she said.
"And if I can do something
about it as a public figure,
then I'm going to do it. Anti-
semtism is a fact of life, and
I think we should try to com-
bat it by being a little bright-
er, a little sharper than the
next guy."
Considering herself a writer
first and then a performer,
Rivers has dabbled in other
spheres of art, such as drama,
records, and film. Rabbit
Test, a film starring Billy
Crystal that Rivers .wrote
and directed eight years ago,
was not a big favorite among
the critics. However, Rivers
said making it was a great
experience.
"We planned it ourselves,"
she said proudly. "We wrote
it ourselves. We did it with
our own money. It was very,
very successful, especially
with the college kids. It was
great fun."
Rivers hopes to direct and
write more films, as well as
work on a Broadway play and
author more books. Recently,
she and her daughter,
Melissa, 18, who is a com-
munications major at the
University of Pennsylvania,
were commissioned by Dela-
courte Press to write a book
together on a topic which
Rivers preferred not to
reveal.

With her new talk show, a
bestselling book that is firmly
entrenched at the top of the
charts, and her popularity
never stronger, it would seem
that Joan Rivers has the world
just where she wants it,
blemishes and all. Does she
have any complaints? Two, she
said.
"My thighs. They've always
been my biggest problems."
Joan Rivers will be in De-
troit at 7:30 and 10:30 p.m.
Saturday and 6 and 9 p.m.
Sunday at the Premier Center,
33970 Van Dyke, Sterling
Heights. For tickets, call the
Premier Center, 264-1111. ❑

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GOING PLACES

Continued from Page 57

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