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October 30, 1987 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-30

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!BEST OF EVERYTHING

DAVE'S DELICATESSEN

3258 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

Half of
the
100,000
babies
born
mentally
retarded
last year
could have
been born
normal.

681-3537

Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mon. Thru Thurs.
Fri. & Sat. 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Closed Sun.

SERVING BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER

HOME-MADE COOKING

TRAY CATERING FOR YOUR NEXT AFFAIR OUR SPECIALTY

Robert L. Moloney Productions

presents

AN EVENING WITH

PIA ZADORA

with her 30-piece orchestra
and

MAINSTREET

LIVE AT
THE
PREMIER CENTER

Mental
retardation
can be
prevented.

THURS., NOV. 19

7 p.m. to 10 p.m. $19.75

Tickets Now On Sale!

Jewish Association for
Retarded Citizens

The Premier Center Box Office
Ticket Master Outlets
Or Call 264-1111

11288 W. 12 Mile Rd.
Southfield, MI 48016
(313) 551-1650

Using Visa or Mastercard

When You Give Help
You Give Hope

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Alia's Family Dining

Sunrise Cafe

Continued from preceding page

Tony Qni . . . They'll retain
the name for one year and
then make a change . . . the
brothers Qni will open for din-
ner after the first of the year.
BEST BETS tonight and
tomorrow night . . . Norma
Zager, comedienne, warming
up the audiences of comedy
star Jackie Vernon . . . at
Historic Holly Hotel on Bat-
tle Alley in Holly.
BILOXI BLUES, Neil
Simon play at the Birm-
ingham Theatre through Dec.
20, is the first production of
the 1985 'Ibny Award-winning
play in the Metro Detroit area
. . . It is also the second play
in Simon's autobiographical
trilogy . . . Brighton Beach
Memoirs was the first, in
which we met Eugene Morris
Jerome and his family in
their Brooklyn surroundings
during the '30s depression.
In Biloxi Blues it's 1943 and
Eugene is at basic training in
the wartime army . . . Biloxi,
Miss. proves to be a long way
from Brooklyn not only in
miles but in relationships and
experiences.
been
Critics
have
unanimous in their praise of
Simon's writing which has
matured from funny lines and
plots to wonderful, warm com-
edy with an overlay of
humanity and understanding
. . . Pauline and Leo Weiss say
it hits home to many peple in
many ways because of its
true-to-life realism.

OPEN 7 DAYS I

Welcome to .

27167 GREENFIELD, JUST NORTH OF 11 MILE

559-8222

TWO•FOR-ONE BREAKFAST & LUNCH MENU

Served from 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

1. BROCCOLI & CHEESE OMELETTE
$5.95 2. BROCCOLI & HAM OMELETTE
3.IRISH OMELETTE (onion, green pepper, bacon, sour cream)
4.WESTERN OMELETTE
$5,95 5. GYRO OMELETTE

$5.95
$5.95
$5.95

ALL OMELETTES SERVED WITH HASHBROWNS AND TOAST

TWO•FOR-ONE LUNCH & DINNER MENU

Served From 7 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. . . . WIT H SOUP OR SALAD, RICE OR POTATOES

1. USDA CHOICE N.Y. STEAK
$11.25 2. FRESH BROILED BONELESS RAINBOW TROUT$8.95
4. BROILED ORANGE ROUGHY
$10.45
3. FRESH BROILED BONELESS WHITEFISH. $10.45
5.BROILED HADDOCK
$8.95 6. FRESH VEAL PARMESAN
$8.95
7. CHICKEN PARMESAN
$8.95 8. SPAGHETTI & MEAT SAUCE
$7.95
9. SHRIMP-IN-A-BASKET
$7.95 10. SHISH KEBAB (MADE WITH FILET MIGNON) . $10.45
11. CHICKEN KEBAB
$9.75 12. KAFTA KEBAB
$8.75
13. BAKED KIBBEH
$8.95 14. STUFFED GRAPE LEAVES
$8.95
15. CHOPPED SIRLOIN
$8.95 16 LIVER & ONIONS
$7.95

NO COUPON NECESSARY

OPEN MON.-FRI. 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. • SAT. 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. • SUN. 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

78

FRIDAY OCT. 30 I 1987

,

Richard Fredricks as Don
Quixote.

MAN OF La Mancha stage
presentation presently at the
Fisher Theatre is probably
among the finest seen by
many people . . . with its
wonderful story, fine acting
and beautiful renditions of
Mitch Leigh's excellent music
(Impossible Dream, etc.).
It is top entertainment of
the lighter nature . . . high on
humor with a very well-paced
story that captures many
vivid imaginations.

Based on the famous 16th
Century novel, Don Quixote
by Spanish writer Miguel de
Cervantes, the Spanish
novelist, Man of La Mancha's
musical score is riddled with
fine tunes . . . The work's plot
is filled with both poignant
drama and comedy, coupled
by high-intensity choreo-
graphy providing the au-
dience with an outstanding
evening at the theater.
Based on Dale Wasserman's
1960 television script, I, Don
Quixote, the show Man of La
Mancha opened off-Broadway
on Nov. 22; 1965, and ran for
six years, amassing a total of
2,328 performances both off
and on-Broadway... The
original production, fea
turing
Richard Kiley, Joan Diener
and Irving Jacobson, won all
the major theatre awards in-
cluding that of best musical.
Michigan Opera Theatre's
Man of La Mancha produc-
tion is scheuled for 25 perfor-
mances through Nov. 14.
Baritone Richard Fredricks
is creating his first-ever role
as Don Quixote . . . He is
known for many perfor-
mances with the
Metropolitan Opera and New
York City Opera . . . perform-
ing regularly with opera
superstar Beverly Sills . . . He
has also been featured on
numerous television shows,
including The Odd Couple
with Tony Randall and Jack
Klugman, and others . . . His
diverse repertory extends
itself into the world of
musical theater where he has
garnered high praise for
leading roles in Kismet, Kiss
Me Kate, Carousel, The Un-
sinkable Mollie Brown and
Camelot.
NEW TO THIS year's
Kingsley Inn bus rides for the
Detroit Lions games is party
refreshments served during
round-trip journeys through
game-time traffic . . . Riders
park in the Kingsley Inn la
and the lavatory-equipped
bus leaves an hour before
game . . . Round trip fare is $9
per passenger and reserva-
tions should be made by call-
ing Kingsley Inn.
PIA ZADORA
and
Mainstreet have been
rescheduled by Robert L.
Moloney Productions for Nov.
19 . . . Show times are 7 and
10 p.m. at Premier Center on
Van Dyke.
ADAT SHALOM Syna-
gogue Sisterhood did all the
cooking for 350-woman lun-
cheon as they played
hostesses to Michigan
Branch, Women's League For
Conservative Judaism .. .
honoring 14 women chosen
for their outstanding service
and dedication... Marjorie
nt.
Saulson is preside

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