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February 02, 1990 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-02-02

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at Shaarey Zedek,"
Rosenberg said. "I was
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Although most of the 13
and 14 year olds in the show
are excited to be on stage,
Elyse Adelson and Lisa Zaks
are anything but serious
about their roles. They're
jesters.
"She (Adelson) is like my
twin in the play," Zaks said.
Adelson added, "We're going
to complete each other's
lines."
Backing up these 8th
graders are Tal Sapeika as
the Wizard, Naomi Burman
as Princess Gwen, Mara
Reinstein as Lady Rowena,
Marisa Rothstein as Lady
Lucille and Meredith Allan
as Lady Merrill.
"I love theater," said

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Director Nancy Schwartz.

Allan, who dreams of one
day playing Eponine in Les
Miserab les.
The other chorus members
are Ron Gaba, Ilan.a Glazier,
Rachel Ruskin, Irina
Vaysfeld, Nancy Schwartz,
Michelle Berris, Davi Ellis,
Rebecca Rosen, Rebecca
Katzman, Aaron Weiss,
Ezra Wanetik, Debbie Orns-
tein, Alissa Lutz, Brad
Goldsmith, Avi Drissman,
Aviv Grinwald and Jason
Gross.
A few months after the
curtain closes for Once Upon
a Mattress, the students will
say goodbye to Hillel, and
most will attend local public
schools. Some are undecided
about the educational in-
stitutions they'll attend.
Traison is the only one who
has decided to remain in a
parochial school. He'll begin
Akiva Hebrew Day School
next fall.
"These musicals are a tra-
dition," said Rochelle Ic-
zkovitz, principal of general
studies at Hillel. "It's an ac-
tivity that has brought the
class closer together work-
ing as a whole." ❑

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