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March 06, 1987 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-06

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Yemenite Left

Continued from page 54

scribes the class as "a drop-in-
group, one of only two in town
which are open to the public."
The group meets regularly on
Tuesday evenings, with one
hour of instruction from 7 to 8
p.m., followed by request danc-
ing from 8 to 10 p.m. There is
an end-of-the month party,
with refreshments.
Who dances? "Everyone
from 6 to 60," according to
Sunny, both men and women
from all walks of life. "Why not
.9 to 90?," asks Uri. Beginners
are always welcome in both
groups. "I gear my instruction
to the skills of the people who
come each week," says Sunny.
"Once they learn the Yemenite
step, they can do almost any-
thing."
Physical ability is not impor-
tant, although a good ear for
music helps, Sunny points out.
The group averages between
20 and 25, although "we some-
times get as many as 40 on a
fabulous night."
Uri's Wednesday class, now
two years old, is smaller, and
he would like to see more new-
comers. Like Sunny's, it is also
open to the public on a "drop-
in" basis. Beginning at 7:30
p.m., the first _hour is also de-
voted to basic instruction, with
more advanced dancing from
8:30 to 10 p.m. "On Wednesday
evenings I like to concentrate
on the 'oldies,' the traditional
Israeli folk dances," Uri ex-
plains.
Sunny divides Israeli danc-
ing into four basic categories:
Chassidic, Arabic, Yemenite
and modern Israeli, "which
comes with a lot of interna-
tional flavor." In her Tuesday
night group, Sunny also tries
to retain some of the older
dances "so that they •don't get
lost."
In addition to providing rec-
reation and good physical
exercise, Sunny and her group
have served as matchmaker for
several couples, including Phil
and Cheryl Lift and Scholomo
and Linda Rabinowitz. Not
everyone who comes is a
dancer. Isaac Berger, "a friend
of the group, who used to come
and watch us dance," now is
the official greeter and regis-
trar for the Tuesday night
group. "He enjoys us, and we
enjoy him."
Sunny concedes that Detroit
has fewer Israeli dancers and
dance groups than many other
cities, a nucleus of no more
than 80 or so devotees. "In
some cities you can dance
every night of the week." She
also admits that Israeli folk
dancing today "has me some-
what disappointed. There is
more international flavor put
into the Israeli folk dances
rather than what the true old
Israeli folk dances used to be."
She devotes approximately
one-third of her session to
these traditional dances.
Both Segals agree that danc-
ing is a form of communication.

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