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Knots Landing, Hill Street
Blues, and the mini-series
George Washington. TV au-
diences also saw him in Raid
on Entebbe, Enola Gay and
Amelia Earhart to name but

a few.
"Monique James is the one
person almost single handed-
ly responsible for my career,"
he says. "And of course,
there's Sharon Gless, who has
freed me up immensely as an
actor." There is a history bet-
ween these two, having
played husband and wife in
The Immigrants in 1978.
"We've been the closest of
friends for many years, and I
owe her a great debt," he says
earnestly.
Macht also appeared in the
short lived TV series,
American Dream in 1981,
produced by a then unknown
Barney Rosenzweig. Actor
John Karlen (Harvey Lacey)
was also a cast member of the
show. When Cagney and
Lacey producers decided to
find a boyfriend for Cagney,
Macht was remembered and
called in.
Rosenzweig is credited with
making the character an
ACLU lawyer. "Stephen is
everything I wanted David
Keeler to be," he beams. "A
bleeding heart liberal who
would ordinarily have
nothing in common with
Christine Cagney. I mean,"
laughs Rosenzweig, "in nor-
mal circumstances this cou-
ple wouldn't even talk to each
other. She hates lawyers!"
But the attraction between
the two is undeniable and
played to the hilt.
Although Macht is very
busy with his directing, his
acting, his teaching and his
family, he still finds the time
to exercise his social cons-
cience. He emcees a program
on the Jewish Television Net-
work and speaks publicly for
the Jewish Federation to
raise funds. He's also involv-
ed with the Los Angeles Food
Bank. His schedule seems
quite taxing. "Not at all!" he
smiles winsomely, "I enjoy my
life, it's full or surprises and
great satisfaction."
He appeared in two TV
movies last year; one opposite
Dee Wallace Stone playing
the father of an AIDS
teenager, and the other limn-
ing a parent of a

Stephen Macht's first professional role was opposite Dustin Hoffman at
the Boston Theater.

(Nancy
schizophrenic
McKeon), with Valerie arper
playing his wife. Moviegoers
also saw Macht in the short
lived Monster Squad, which
he says was a well done film
and he cannot understand

why it didn't have more
success.
Plans for the Philadelphia-
born actor are ambitious, as
always. He intends to con-
tinue teaching, directing and
acting. ❑

'I GOING PLACES

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The Upstage, 21728 Grand
River, Detroit, Norman is
That You? today and
Saturday, May 13-14,
admission. 532-4010.

FARMINGTON
PLAYERS

12 Mile, Farmington Hills,
Relatively Speaking, today
through Sunday, Thursday
through May 14, admission.
645-6715.

STAGECRAFTERS

Baldwin Theater, 415 S.
Lafayette, Royal Oak, Kiss
Me Kate, today through
Sunday, May 13-15, May
19-22, admission. 541-6430.

RIDGEDALE PLAYERS

205 W. Long Lake, Troy,
Romantic Comedy, Friday
through Sunday, May
13-15, admission. 644-8328.

AVON PLAYERS

Avon Playhouse, 1185
Washington, Rochester
Hills, Guys and Dolls,
Thursday through May 15,
May 19-22, May 26-28,
admission. 656-1130.

MUSIC

LIVONIA SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA

Madonna College, 36600
Schoolcraft Rd, Livonia,
auditions, today through
Sunday, 421-2000, ext. 351.

MICHIGAN OPERA
THEATER

Masonic Temple, Detroit, Il
Trovatore, Saturday,
admission. 874-SING.

DETROIT SYMPHONY
CHAMBER
ORCHESTRA

Orchestra Hall, Yehudi
Menuhin conducting, today
and Sunday.Weekender Pops
Series, today through
Sunday, Ford Auditorium.
Young People's Concert
Series, Saturday, Orchestra
Hall. Coffee Concert,
Thursday through May 14,
Ford Auditorium,
admission. 567-1400.

ACADEMY OF
POPULAR VOCAL ARTS

Oakland University, Varner
Hall, Academy Singers,
Saturday, admission.
625-7057.

WAYNE STATE SCHOOL
FOR FINE AND
PERFORMING ARTS

Community Arts
Auditorium, Mischa Kottler
and Frances Brockington,
today, admission. 577-2618.

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