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March 24, 1989 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-24

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I ENTERTAINMENT I

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Restaurant presents a delightful

Champagne Brunch

March 26, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Carving Stations a Breakfast Items a Sweet Table

Feast your eyes, then treat yourself to our bountiful buffer featuring
traditional favorites prepared to perfection...
while sweetly anticipating our
deliciously tempting desserts.

Reservations recommended

350-2000

' 0 Adults $15.95
)k 0 Children 5 years
to12 years $7.95
0 Senior Citizens
$1.00 off

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FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1989

Comden, Green Appear
At The Jewish Center

28100 Franklin Rood
Southfield • 350-2000 }

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• BAKED HALF CHICKEN 41

Betty Comden and Adolph Green have many theater successes to their
credit.

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JEWISH NEWS!

Betty Comden and Adolph
Green will appear at the
Maple/Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center on April 8 at
9 p.m.
The team of Comden and
Green, the longest-running
creative partnership in
theater history, began
writing and performing their
own satirical comic material
in a group The Revuers,
which included the late Judy
Holliday.
Their creative endeavors in-
clude New York, New York,
The Party's Over, Lonely Town
and Peter Pan. They also col-
laborated with Leonard Bern-
stein on the score for Wonder-
ful Town.
With Jule Styne they wrote
the book and/or lyrics for
Bells are Ringing, Hallelujah

Baby, Do Re Mi, Subways are
for Sleeping, Peter Pan, and
others, wrote the book for Ap-
plause, and book and lyrics
for On the 20th Century and
A Doll's Life, a Ibny Award
nominee.
Their many film musicals
include Singin' in the Rain,
The Band Wagon, On the
Town, Bells Are Ringing, It's
Always Fair Weather, Good
News and the Barkleys of
Broadway.
Singin' in the Rain was
recently voted one of the 10
best American films. They
have won five Tony Awards,
two Academy Award nomina-
tions and three Screen
Writers Guild Awards.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call the Center,
661-1000.

Glass Artist, Sculptor
Show At Synagogue

International glass artist
Yigael Meyer will exhibit his
new art work at Congregation
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses
in West Bloomfield April 1
and 2. The exhibit coincides
with Michigan Glass Month.
As a boy, he learned his
craft in his father's small
glassware factory in
Nahariyah, Israel, and later
studied art at an ORT art
school in Haifa. Because of
his interest in the method of
Jewish glass artists in the ,
Roman period, he was ap-
proached by the Israel
museum to reproduce a work
from that era.
His major works are stain-

ed glass windows in Israel,
Germany, and the United
States. A memorial to the
Holocaust victims is the
series of windows he created
for the synagogue next to the
Flosenburg concentration
camp. This synagogue was
built to replace the 400-
year-old synagogue of Flos,
which was destroyed on
Kristallnacht.
Recently, Meyer completed
windows for Congregation
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses
as part of the rebuilding,
following the fire of 1983 that
destroyed the earlier struc-
ture. These windows will be
dedicated as part of the Sab-

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