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February 02, 1990 - Image 81

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-02-02

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`How To Eat'
Staged By Peanuts

The Peanut Butter
Players, Detroit's only pro-
fessional children's lun-
cheon theater, will open
How to Eat Like a Child (and
Other Lessons in Not Being
Grown Up), a musical adap-
tation of the children's book
by Delia Ephron, Feb. 10.
The show runs through
April 15.
The 24 Peanut Butter
Players are split into two
separate casts for Saturday
and Sunday performances.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call the players,
559-6PBP.

Canadian Drama
In Farmington Hills

Waiting for the Parade, a
drama by John Murrell, will
open 8 p.m. Feb. 2 at the
Farmington Players Barn,
12 Mile Road (west of Or-
chard Lake Road). The show
runs through Feb. 24
The play is about World
War II's impact on the lives
of five women in Calgary,
Alberta, in Canada.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call Carolyn
Rourke, 683-3722 or 872-
6030.

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Youth Program
At Attic Theater

The Attic Theater Conser-
vatory will have a new pro-
gram for youth, 7-18, in
creative dynamics and im-
provisational theater in-
struction at the Birmingham
Campus of Roeper School.
For information, call
Laura Niesen, 945-1752.

Actors' Studio
Sets Workshop

The Actors' Studio, con-
ducted by Bill Herndon from
New York, will hold a
workshop, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Feb. 12-16 in Windsor.
For an audition appoint-
ment, call Kim Arnaut, 254-
6527.

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