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November 04, 1988 - Image 77

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-04

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!ENTERTAINMENT I

Yiddish Night
Is Planned

The Readers Theater will
bring to life "Treasures of
Jewish Literature and Song,"
in English and Yiddish at
Yiddish Night at the annual
Jewish Book Fair on Nov. 19
at 8 p.m. at the Maple/Drake
Jewish Community Center.
Readers Theater revives the
traditional art form of short
story reading with a focus on
literature of Jewish interest
or authorship. The program
will also include some Yid-
dish folk songs.
The cast will include:
Shirley Benyas, who has just
appeared in Follies at the
Fisher Theater; David Fox,
recently seen in Amadeus at
Meadow Brook; Evelyn Or-
bach, currently directing the
Jewish Ensemble Theater at
the Jewish Center; Liz Weiss,
recipient of the 1988 Life
Achievement Award from the
American Women in Radio
and Television; and Rube
Weiss, television and theater
personality.
Artistic Director is Yolanda
Fleischer. Tickets can be pur-
chased at both Centers. Bus
service is available from the
Jimmy Prentis Morris
Building to Maple/Drake. For
information, contact Reader
Theater, 967-4030.

"'"I LOCAL NEWS 1••'

Round Table
Event Nov. 17

General Motors chairman
Roger B. Smith has been
named recipient of the 1988
National Human Relations
Award by the Greater Detroit
Interfaith Round Table of the
National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews.
Smith will be honored for
his work and leadership in
the Detroit community at the
organization's annual benefit
dinner Nov. 17 at Cobo Hall.
Co-Chairmen of the Inter-
faith Round Table are Detroit
Edison Chairman Walter J.
McCarthy, Jr., and Detroit at-
torney Alan E. Schwartz.
For dinner reservations, call
the Round Table, 869-6306.

Winter Classes
At The Center

Educational services of the
Jewish Community Center
will start the winter semester
of classes the week of Dec. 4.
Classes will be offered in
bridge, music, art, dance and
more. These are all open to
the public. For information,
call the Center, 661-1000, ext.
348.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS 77

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