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February 23, 1990 - Image 73

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-02-23

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1 ENTERTAINMENT I

Michigan Opera
Has Its Ball

Michigan Opera Theatre's
premier social event, The
Opera Ball, will be held May
4 as the first black-tie gala
in the soon-to-be-opened
Grand Ballroom of the Ritz-
Carlton, Dearborn.
This season's soiree laun-
ches the second production of
the opera company's Spring
Grand Opera Season at the
Masonic Temple, Verdi's La
Traviata, May 5-12.

`Musical Rainbows'
Teaches Children

The Community House in
Birmingham offers "Musical
Rainbows," a series of
classes to help children grow
in their appreciation of
music and movement.
The series, taught by
Brenda McDonald, will
begin this spring. There is a
charge. For information, call
The Community House, 644-
5832.

Marquis Theatre
Seeks Young Stars

The Marquis Theatre
seeks young singers and
dancers (ages 8-15) for a new
troupe of Marquis Theatre
Children to star in a Broad-
way Musical Review, runn-
ing June 1-16.
Children should bring a
song in their vocal range and
be prepared to dance.
For information, call the
Marquis, 349-8110.

Eric Clapton
Plays Palace

Eric Clapton returns to
The Palace 7:30 p.m. April
15. Clapton first appeared at
The Palace in 1988 when he
performed to a sold-out
crowd during the arena's
grand opening celebration.
Clapton is among the top
guitarists in rock history.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call The Palace,
377-8600.

Ann Arbor
Symphony Plays

The Ann Arbor Symphony
Orchestra teams up with
James Wilson, cellist, and
guest conductor David Hoose
for the first sounds of spring
4 p.m. March 8 at the Mich-
igan Theater.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call the theater,
668-8397.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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