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February 02, 1990 - Image 75

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-02-02

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OPENS FEB. 2 /PREVIEWS JAN. 31, APPNEOAWR

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"A SHAYNA MAIDEL is a superlative play by
Barbara Lebow. A profound and startling ex-
ploration of family connections and the very
meaning of kinship."

The Record

"A SHAYNA MAIDEL is a work that touches
our hearts and enrages
our souls."

Free Concerts
In Southfield

The First Center Office
Plaza's 1990 Winter/Spring
noontime concerts has slated
Rip Reynolds to perform the
blues Feb. 7; reggae and jazz
group Kasuku Mafia will
play Feb. 21; jazz artist
Alma Smith performs March
7; ragtime's Mike Karoub
plays March 21; folk/blues
artist Peter "Madcat" Ruth
performs April 4 and jazz ar-
tist Charles Weiner con-
cludes the season April 18.
The office plaza is located
near the Marriott Courtyard
on Northwestern Service
Drive, west of Lahser Road.

You'll find Bistro 75 conveniently located next door to the
Palace, the Silverdome and Meadowbroolc The service gets
you in and out for pre-event dinners and post-concert desserts.
entree brunch is served on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Use our Shuttle Service to the Palace for Pistons games
and selected events.

FOR RESERVATIONS PLEASE CALL 373-6690

Bistro 75 is located in Auburn Hills off Exit 79 at
1500 Opdyke Road, adjacent to the Holiday Inn.

‘Shayna Maidel'
Opens At Attic

A Shayna Maidel, Barbara
Lebow's play about a Holo-
caust survivor's reunion
with her family in America,
runs through Feb. 25 at the
Attic Theatre.
The play features Mirjana
Urosev as Lusia, the sur-
vivor who comes to live with
her American-raised sister
in Brooklyn. Whit Vernon
plays Mordechai, her father,
and New Yorker Karen
Leiner is her sister Rose.
Also in the cast are Cheryl
Williams, David Wilcox and
Jaye Cooper. Sam Pollak is
the director.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call the Attic,
875-8284.

JCC Sees
`Shayna Maidel'

The Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan
Detroit will take a trip to the
Attic Theatre to see A
Shayna Maidel Feb. 6.
Deluxe motorcoach
transportation will depart
Maple-Drake Building at
11:30 a.m. and Jimmy Pren-
tis Morris Building at noon.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call Judy Samson
or Marilyn Wolfe, 661-1000,
ext. 333.

". . A tribute to the sus-
taining power of family
and to man's in-
domitability ... with sus-
tained tenderness the
playwright offers a
catharsis and a promise
of embracing love."

The New York Times

"A passionate, touching
tale. Sensitively written
. This is a valuable win-
dow into an almost lost
world."

New York Post

a new american play

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