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November 11, 1988 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-11

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"Serious Fun"
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Boker Mime

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The Campus Inn is hosting a
"Serious Fun" Weekend, November
18-20. Friday, Celebrate "Serious
Fun" at the Michigan Theatre with
the post-modern Doo Wop song and dance troupe, Iso
and The Bops. Saturday is a great day for Holiday Shop-
ping on State Street and a very special dinner at Vic-
tors in the Campus Inn. Take this opportunity to treat
yourself to some "Serious Fun" at this very.special rate.

often indulged in biting
satirical works about contem-
porary society. If Boker uses
what he knows intimately to
develop some of the ideas for
his works he's not limited to
them. Boker said he feels
compelled to emphasize the
universality of his works. "It's
not only for the Jewish com-
munity," he says. "It's
transcendent."
The Mime Theatre re-
inforces such transcendence
through its use of masks,
beautiful and striking ones
made especially for them by
Judith Grinshpan, and by the
simplicity of its props. The
themes expressed are human
ones — age and time's
passage, love, destiny.
Since the Boker Mime
Theatre was established 18
years ago it's appeared in
dozens of countries in every
corner of the globe. Some per-
formances, like their interna-
tional debut in 1972 at the
Olympic games in Munich,
was a never-to-be-forgotten
painful and tragic experience.
Others, like their first perfor-
mance in the Big Apple, were
amusing.
"For one month there was a
special Israel products exhibit
at Bloomingdale's," recalls
Boker. "We were invited to do
15-minute shows," he says.
"But I didn't know what was
Bloomingdale's." Boker and
his partners found out when
they arrived at Kennedy Air-
port in New York. "There was
a big limo to pick us up,"
Boker recalls. "We make two
weeks of fun."

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The Yoram Boker Mime
troupe is part of the
"Independence and Inter-
dependence: Israel-North
America Culture Exchange, a
year-long series of pro-
grams designed to pro-
mote intercultural under-
standing through the arts.
The Marcel Marceau World
Center for Mime, Inc. and
Hill Street Forum sponsored
the troupe in Michigan.

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Harbinger Has
New Director

Diann Sichel will debut as
Harbinger's newly appointed
artistic director at concerts at
Oakland Community Col-
lege's Smith Theater today
and Saturday at 8 p.m.
The program will feature
two new works by Ms. Sichel
as well as one piece which
premiered last spring at
Smith Theater.
In addition there will be
works by Dan Wagoner and
Lisa Nowak.
The concert is open to the
public. For ticket information,

contact the Harbinger studio,
477-7014; or Smith Theater,
471-7700.

Israel In Song
At Jewish Center

"40 Years and a Song"
comes to the Maple/Drake
Jewish Community Center
on Nov. 22 at 8 p.m.
The show is a nostalgia trip
through Israel, featuring
songs of the dream that was
Israel, the songs of the
pioneers, Aliya Aleph and
Bet, and on to pre-
Independence, the Sinai Cam-
paign, the Six Day War — all
the milestones in Israel's
history.

Lectures Due
At Somerset

The Center for New Think-
ing announces Rabbi Sherwin
Wine will review Why Work?
Leading the New Generation
by Michael Maccoby on Sun-
day at 2:30 p.m. A discussion
of Freud: A Life for Our Time
by Peter Gay will be offered
on Thursday at 10 a.m.
Lectures take place in the
Somerset Mall auditorium.
They are open to the public.
There is a fee. For informa-
tion, call Susan Levin,
352-0264.

-I GOING PLACES h

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Streamlining America
exhibit, through 1988;
admission, 271-1620.
DETROIT HISTORICAL
MUSEUM
5401 Woodward, "Pressing
Matters: Flatirons, Fluters
and Mangles," 100 years of
ironing tools and
equipment, through spring,
1989; "Toys Past and
Present," Lawrence Scripps
Wilkinson will speak.
833-1664.
LINES — NEW WRITING
AT THE DIA
Detroit Institute of Arts,
5200 Woodward, Holley
Room, Kit Robinson speaks
on "Time and Materials:
The Workplace, Dreams and
Writing," today, 7:30 p.m.;
Robinson conducts a
Seminar in Poetics at 10
a.m. Saturday; Robinson
and Kurt Ozment read from
their work, 3 p.m. Sunday,
admission. 833-1858.
FORD HOSPITAL
6777 W. Maple, West
Bloomfield, arts and crafts
sale, Monday through
Thursday. 661-6492.

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