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November 17, 1989 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-11-17

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Woods Players, she appeared
in several productions, in-
cluding The Curious Savage
and The Unexpected Guest.
In 1987, Gluckman decid-
ed to move on. She joined
another community theater
group, Stagecrafters, in
Royal Oak, and has per-
formed in a handful of its
productions: The Foreigner,
Amadeus, Talking With .. .
and Move Over, Mrs.
Markham.
In addition to acting,
Gluckman is a poet and
musician.
"Over the past decade, I've
had about a half a dozen
poetry pieces published. And
in 1986, my husband and I
were in a band together for a
year; he's a drummer, and I
play the keyboards."
Gluckman appeared this
summer in her first musical,
Kip Synatra's Musical
Mobile, a Memorial, a review

I

"When she's on
that stage, I just
have the chills go
through my spine.
She's incredibly
believable, and you
forget she's
acting."

1

about the "Sinatra" who
never made it as an enter-
tainer. Although she enjoyed
performing in the musical,
she prefers acting in com-
edies.
"Acting in a musical is not
my thing. I definitely feel
that comedy is my flare.
However, I think performing
in a comedy is harder than
acting in a drama because
you have to win the audience
in such a way," Gluckman
said.
Her husband, who is an
interior designer by day and
musician by night, believes
his wife has a knack for
comedy.
"Marjorie is funny," he
said. "She has the perfect
comedic timing; that's her
strong suit:"
As an actress, Gluckman
has captured the hearts of
many theatergoers, in-
cluding Lori Zusman, an
Oak Park elementary school
teacher.
"When she's on that stage,
I just have the chills go
through my spine," Zusman
said. "She's incredibly
believable, and you forget
she's acting. Marjorie just
shines in all her roles."
Gluckman, who made a
commercial voice-over for
Parents Anonymous this
year, said she wants to stick
with acting on stage. "Every



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