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August 25, 1989 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-08-25

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I ENTERTAINMENT

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RESTAURANT/ R AW BAR

Dancing Fridays and Saturdays To The
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For Reservations:

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1989

Producer Greenberg
In Town With 'Annie'

STEVEN M. HARTZ

Presents

AVAILABLE MON. THRU THURS. $

Hayes and Worley as Warbucks and Hannigan.

Call The Jewish News

354.6060

W

hen Annie opens
next week at Mead-
ow Brook, the au-
dience at the Baldwin
Pavilion will see some
familiar - faces: Jo Anne
Worley as Miss Hannigan;
Bill Hayes as Daddy War-
bucks; and three members of
the original Broadway cast —
Robert Fitch (Rooster), Edwin
Bordo (Drake) and Raymond
Thorne (FDR).
However, they won't see Ed-
ward M. Greenberg, but he'll
be there. He has been involv-
ed in theater for the past 40
years, working with Bob
Hope (Roberta), Douglai Fair-
banks Jr. (My Fair Lady), Joel
Grey (Pal Joey), Florence
Henderson (Annie Get Your
Gun), Lynne Redgrave (The
King and I), Donald O'Con-
nor(Sugar), Eddie Bracken
(Showboat), and a slew of
other well-known enter-
tainers. Greenberg is the ex-
ecutive producer of Annie.
In the past four decades,
Greenberg has produced and
directed more than 250 plays,
working 19 years at The
Muny, Municipal Theater
Association of St. Louis,
which is also the largest
theater in the country,
seating 12,000 people.
For the second time in its 71
years, one of The Muny's pro-
ductions, which are staged in
St. Louis, will travel to

Detroit. Last year, they
brought Carousel, and this
year Annie will be staged.
"I didn't make the trip last
year, but Stephanie Zim-
balist, Rex Smith, Patrice
Munsel and the rest of the
cast in Carousel-loved perfor-
ming at Meadow Brook,"
Greenberg said. "This year,
we built a set that's especial-
ly suited to Meadow Brook as
well as our theater?'
The Muny, via Greenberg,
produces about nine plays a
summer. This summer, he has
produced seven shows, in-
cluding A Chorus Line, star-
ring former Detroiter Donna
McKechnie; The King and I,
starring Stacy Keach; and
Gypsy, starring Tyne Daly.
Part of the ensemble is from
St. Louis, and all the actors
are members of Equity, the
nationwide actors' union for
stage performers.
Greenberg, who grew up in
the Bronx, has taught theater
for the last 20 years at
Queens College, City Univer-
sity of New York. Although
his parents weren't in the
entertainment- business, he
took a liking to theater in
school.
"I did some acting and
directing in high school and
college and received a
master's degree in theater
from the University of
Wisconsin?'
Greenberg enjoyed being on
stage but admitted that direc-
ting and producing are much

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