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March 24, 1989 - Image 56

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FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1989

'Ibnight, we'll have a chance
to clap again. For Tinker's
sake and for our's, let the
claps be long and loud. Let
Tinker know that we all do
believe in fairies — if only for
an instant. Let your kids
know that you, too, have en-
joyed far beyond measure this
journey to Never-Never Land.
And let NBC know, please,

Peter Pan takes us
to a place where
our dreams once
existed — and
where they still do
— and where our
childhoods are still
doing all their
crazy, wonderful
things deep, deep
inside us.

that when Peter crowed with
happiness that he was flying,
so did you. For tonight's Peter
Pan is no hoary theatrical
elephant clanking its ways
through the years, something
thought by a 1:,V producer
somewhere worthy of a
revival just because it is old
and, therefore, venerable, but
something true not only to
the ebullient spirit of James
M. Barrie's original book, but
also true to the spirit of us
all. 0

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Is Set For June

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had finally fulfilled itself.
And then time itself stopped
when Mary Martin flew for
the first time and the entire
theater, kids and adults, wat-
ched as if she was, indeed, de-
fying every known law of the
universe.
Not long after that, NBC
had the wisdom to broadcast
a live performance of the
show. (This was the day before
videotape.) Television was
still something new then,
something still trying to
define itself. To many of us,
the new technology of televi-
sion, with its ability to link
distant continents and
faraway people, was perfectly
matched to Peter Pan: Both in-
spired wonder, both induced a
feeling that just about
anything was possible. These
were the years when a special
event on television was, in-
deed, special; when TV, before
the days of VCRs and cable
and people watching every
sort of imaginable divertisse-
ment on that tube in their liv-
ing room, could instill a sense
of community around the na-
tion. So when Mary Martin
came flying into our living
rooms, there was little chance
any of us would ever forget it.
And when Peter asked the
television audience to clap to
revive poor Tinker Bell, we
clapped, all right. We clapped
and we clapped and we clap-
ped and, God almighty, little
Tinker did blink back to life.

A special presidential reu-
nion mission in Israel for
former Israel program par-
ticipants is offered by the
Israel Program Center under
the auspices of the World
Zionist Organization.
Participants will spend the
first week of June in
Jerusalem at the deluxe
Hyatt Hotel on Mt. Scopus.
They will meet with the presi-
dent and prime minister, as
well as other leading Israeli
figures.
Returnees will have the
chance to socialize with
Israeli peers and their profes-
sional counterparts. Tours
and seminars will focus on
military, political, economics
and cultural issues.
Those who wish to extend
their stay in Israel may
choose one of many options
for extention offered by
"Kesher '89."
The cost of "Kesher '89" is
$899 all-inclusive from New

York. An informational
meeting will take place at the
Maple/Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center on April 5 at
7:30 p.m. For information,
call the Israel Program
Center, 661-5440 or
1-800-KESHER.

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HERE'S TO ... I

100th Birthday

Rita
Rosenbacher
celebrated her 100th birthday
on March 19.
A party honoring her was
held at the Windemere Nur-
sing Home in West Bloom-
field. Joining her in the
celebration was her daughter,
Inge Fuller, and grand-
children Carole Million of
West Bloomfield, and Steffen
and Michal Fuller of Boston
and great-grandchildren,
Shai Judith and Zohar
Hannah.

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