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September 01, 1989 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-01

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Gorenstein reads from an old script.

trayal of Joe Benjamin in Neil
Simon's play God's Favorite.
As a senior, he was elected
president of Lathrup's thes-
pian group.
He started off the school
year playing Jim, the
gentleman caller in Ten-
nessee Williams' The Glass
Menagerie.
"The part was quite a
challenge for me because I
didn't see myself in the role,"
Gorenstein said. "Jim is an
ingenue-type character, and I
usually play more of an
everyman character."
Lathrup took that produc-
tion to forensic competition,
vying at both the district and
regional levels. Gorenstein
received the best actor award
for his performance at
regionals.
Menagerie,
Following
Gorenstein starred as Albert
Peterson in Lathrup's 1986
spring musical, Bye Bye
Birdie.
"That production was a
good deal because I received
free dancing lessons," he said.
"A choreographer came in
and spent two to three hours
a day after school for two
months teaching me tap."
A month before graduation,
Gorenstein directed a
Lathrup one-act play, Doing a
Good One for the Red Man.
His year was topped off with
the Outstanding Senior Per-
formance Award given to him
by Lathrup's theater
department.
That fall, Gorenstein
entered Wayne State
Univeristy as a theater major.
While a freshman, he per-
formed in several productions
at the Bonstelle and Hilberry
Studio Theaters.
The summer before his
sophomore year at WSU, he

was cast in his first profes-
sional production at the
Henry Ford Museum Dinner
Theater, portraying the roles
of Admiral and Pete in My
Sister Eileen.
As a sophomore, Gorenstein
acted in Music Man, and nine
small roles in The Life and
Adventures of Nicholas
Nickleby.
Also that year, Gorenstein
starred as Sim in Wild Oats
at the Bonstelle Theater.
"He definitely was my
favorite role," Gorenstein
said. "Sim was a simpleton. I
think that I made a complete
transformation, vocally,
physically and mentally,
becoming the character of
Sim."
Last September, Gorenstein
and a friend moved to
Australia.
"My father had passed
away a year earlier, and the
rest of my family was
rebuilding their lives. Things
were pretty much getting
reestablished at home, so I
decided to take some time and
travel a little bit to reasses
my direction in terms of the
future."
traveled
Gorenstein
through Australia and New
Zealand and worked at the
Hard Rock Cafe in Sydney. He
also took part in a television
commercial that was filmed
by the Sydney Department of
Health for the prevention of
AIDS.
"I was in Cannes,
Australia, during the High
Holidays, and I wanted to at-
tend services," Gorenstein
said. "So, I began looking for
a synagogue to spend the
holidays at, but couldn't
locate one. I went to the travel
bureau and looked through
the phone books but had no

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