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March 02, 1990 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-03-02

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Continuing the month on
March 16-17 is The Plot
Against Harry, an odyssey
about ex-con Harry Plotnik,
who finds himself up against
mobsters, Congressional in-
vestigators, a vengeful wife, a
kosher caterer and a blocked
colon.
On March 18, the DFT will
present the restored version
of the 1962 low-budget cult
horror classic, Carnival of
Souls.
On March 23-24, Queen of
Hearts, the 1989 film by
English director Jon Amiel,
will be presented. This is a
dreamlike, comic version of
three generations of an
Italian family transported to
England.
On March 25, The Dybbuk,
a 1937 film by Polish director
Michal Waszynski, will be
screened. This Yiddish-
language, restored film is an
adaptation of S. Ansky's tale
of predestined love and
possession from beyond the
grave.
And the Oscar-nominated
film Camille Claudel has an
exclusive area engagement at
the DFT March 30-April 1.
This is the story of the com-
plex, obsessive relationship
between the great sculptor
Auguste Rodin (Gerald
Depardieu) and his pupil,
Camille Claudel (Isabelle
Adjani).
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call the DIA,
833-2323.

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The Detroit Film Theatre
(DFT) of the Detroit Institute
of Arts continues its seven-
teenth season in March with
a lineup of film offerings.
On March 2-4, Mystery
Train, an engaging, bizarre,
ironic trilogy of comic tales
centered in a rundown Mem-
phis hotel will be screened.
On March 9-11, Weapons of
the Spirit has an exclusive
engagement at the OFT. This
is a true story of a French
village of 5,000 Protestants
who risked their lives hiding
5,000 Jews during World War

FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1990

MOT Presents
'Swan Lake'

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Michigan Opera Theatre
will make its first foray into
the world of grand classical
ballet with its debut presen-
tation of the Cleveland
Ballet's production of Peter Il-
yich Tchaikovsky's Swan
Lake March 8 at 11 a.m. (stu-
dent matinee), March 9 (open-
ing night) and 10 at 8 p.m.
and March 11 at 2 and 7:30
p.m.

Swan Lake
features
choreography by Dennis
Nahat and is based upon the
1895 version by Lev Ivanov
and Marius Petipa.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call MOT, 874-SING.

Kaleidoscope
Slates Kottler

Pianist Mischa Kottler will
perform 3:30 p.m. March 11
at St. Hugo's of the Hills in
Bloomfield Hills as part of
Kaleidoscope Concerts.
Russian-born, Mischa Kot-
tler, came to Detroit in 1931
and performed a 'Ibhaikovsky
Piano Concerto in Orchestra
Hall under Gabrilovitch and
later performed the
Rachmaninoff Piano Concer-
to No. 3.
Kottler made Detroit his
home and became musical
director of WWJ Radio and
WWJ T.V. He also organized
the chamber group with
Mischa Mishakoff, Joseph
Gingold and Georges Mi-
quelle which later became the
Chamber Music Society of
Detroit.
At 91, Kottler continues to
perform.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call Kaleidoscope,
855-9299; or 855-0458.

Herbig Leads
DSO Weekend

Maestro Gunther Herbig
leads the Detroit Symphony
Orchestra in the final con-
certs of its two-week
lbhaikovsky Festival featur-
ing performances of "Piano
Concerto No. 2" with pianist
Shura Cherkassky, 8:30 p.m.
at Orchestra Hall.
Soprano Janet Williams
and tenor Joseph Wolverton
join Herbig and the DSO in
performing an opera frag-
ment of Romeo and Juliet,
and the program concludes
with "Suite No. 3."
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call DSO, 833-3700.

'Tempest' Opens
At Bonstelle

The Tempest, one of
William Shakespeare's late
romances, opens at the
Bonstelle Theatre 8 p.m.
March 2, for a two-weekend
run.
The play centers around
Prospero, who, with the help
of his spirit-like assistant
Ariel and deformed slave
Caliban, masters the native
magic of the island where he
lives with his daughter
Miranda.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call the
Bonstelle, 577-2960.

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