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January 26, 1990 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-26

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The music.
The magic.

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but still operates a conser-
vatory theater program.
JET, on the other hand, is
"hitting the ground running,"
says Frank. The cast of 13 for
Glass Booth includes 10 Equi-
ty actors, a remarkable
union-to-non-union ratio for a
new theater (the Attic,
recognized as Detroit's most
artistically adventurous
theater, rarely has a cast that
large with a ratio like that).
The other three actors are
professionals who work in the
film, radio and TV communi-
ty, Orbach says.
"We call ourselves the
Jewish Ensemble," Orbach
says. "Some day I truly hope
we will be an ensemble. That
means we will be able to hire
a roster of actors for the
season, and what they will do
for us is, artistically, give us

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"We've had calls
from Grand Rapids,
Flint and
Kalamazoo to see
if we would bring
our productions."

a chance to seek a level of pro-
duction — in acting and direc-
ting — that you only get by
people working together so
closely that they work as
one."
Gary Decker, an instructor
and resident designer with
the University of Michigan's
department of theater and
drama, is designing sets nd
lights for Glass Booth. His
work has been seen and
respected at the Attic Theatre
and elsewhere. James Lillie,
a frequent sound designer for
the Birmingham Theatre,
will design the audio for
Glass Booth.
The three-set production is
a big undertaking for a fledg-
ing theater company, but Or-
bach says the choice and ex-
ecution of the first production
had to be "strong" if they
were to be perceived as a ma-
jor company.
On the subject of the future,
Orbach says a four-play se-
cond season is being planned
to begin in the fall.
Musing about the long-
term, Orbach echoes the
wishes of most every artistic
director: "If I had my
druthers, I would like a fully-
equipped theater. I would like
a theater conceived with fly
space, a set shop, a costume
area, a digital lighting board.
I'd ultimately like to see a
continuously functioning
theater, much like the Attic
functions. Part of that
depends on getting a space
that will permit us."
"We're entitled to dream,
aren't we?" Frank asks. ❑

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