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February 02, 1990 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-02-02

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W

ith all the new
plays, concerts and
other distractions to
fill a New York stay, there is
no time to spare for winter
blues. The city's Lincoln
Center and the 92nd St. Y,
can transport one into a world
where winter is but a distant
echo.
Paddy Chayevsky's The
Tenth Man continues at Lin-
coln Center's Vivian Beau-
mont Theatre to the end of
January. The Center's
Metropolitan Opera House
has lined up a dazzling list of
performances this winter.
Gershwin's Porgy and Bess,
Mozart's Cosi Fan Tutte, Ver-
di's La Traviata, and Samson
and Delila, by Saint-Saens,
are a few of the operas one
can enjoy in January and
February.
A celebration of Jewish life
and kosher foods is scheduled
for Feb. 17-20 at New York
City's Passenger Ship Ter-
minal Pier 88. Called the In-
ternational Jewish Festival
'90, it will be located on the
Hudson riverfront at 12th
Avenue and 48 Street.
Besides the food displays,
the festival will feature a
Judaica Art Gallery, a Sim-
cha Showcase, an Interna-
tional Boutique and experts
representing Jewish organi-
zations and community ser-
vices. The design for the
festival is built around a
group of Theme Islands.
There will also be entertain-
ment, lectures, educational
exhibits, and free prize draws.
The food section will carry
traditional, new gourmet,
health and holiday products.
The Judaica Gallery will
have a museum shop with
Jewish arts, crafts,
calligraphy, glassworks and
religious articles created by
an international group of
artists.
The Simcha Showcase will
be the place for ideas on plan-
ning a wedding or bar/bat
mitzvah. Such aspects of the
simcha as decorating, invita-
tions, music and photography
will be given attention.
A one-act opera,
Rothschild's Violin, by Ben
jamin Fleischman, will be
seen at the American Opera
Center, at Lincoln Center's
Juilliard Theater, on Feb. 23,
25 and 27. This opera was
completed by Dmitri
Shostakovich as Fleischman
was killed during the
Holocaust.

Several other plays of
Jewish interest are running
in the city. Songs of Paradise,
a Yiddish and English pop
musical, is at the Astor Place
Theater. Another Yiddish
musical (with simultaneous
English translation) is Land
of Dreams at the Folksbiene
Theater, until March 18. Car-
bondale Dreams, about a
young Jewish family, is at the
Judith Anderson Theater.
The Return, the world
premiere of a drama set in the
1940s, can be seen at the
Jewish Repertory Theater.
The Puppetmaster of Lodz is
showing at the Susan Bloch
Theater.
For a change of pace, one
can try the Poetry Center at
the 92nd St. Y, which has
literary evenings with famous
writers. Feb. 12 will be an

Besides the food
displays, the
festival will feature
a Judaica Art
Gallery, a Simcha
Showcase and an
International
Boutique.

Evening of Turgenev with ac-
tress Irene Worth. Writer
Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. will ap-
pear March 5, and Israeli
writer Aharon Appelfeld on
March 19.
The 92nd St. Y continues
innovative programs. Their
Kosher Cooking School will
offer: Kosher Wine Tasting
(Feb. 14), Queen Esther's
Purim Desserts (Feb. 27), Fan-
cy Desserts for Passover
(March 21), and Do-Ahead
Chinese Gourmet Dishes
(March 27). Most meet
Tuesdays or Wednesdays,
from 6:30 to 9 p.m.
If you join one of the Y's
winter city tours you can ex-
plore the Street and Land-
marks of Jewish Williams-
burg on March 4. On March
11 there is a Purim Happen-
ing in Crown Heights Tour. It
starts at 2 p.m. and continues
into the late evening. Jewish
Harlem will be toured March
18, and April 1 there is a Boro
Park Pre-Passover Thur.
The latest tour sponsored
by the Y is the afternoon tea,
which takes place at various
locations. On Feb. 15 after-
noon tea will be taken at the
Waldorf Astoria, which will
include a behind-the-scenes
tour of this legendry hotel

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