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March 02, 1990 - Image 77

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-03-02

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albums. Gemini, an Ann
Arbor-based duo, will take au-
diences on an international
safari through the world of
children's folk music.
On March 17, Detroit
Youtheatre presents "The
Red Ball," a Wiggle Club
show.
"The Red Ball" is a comic
fantasy in which puppets,
black light and flourescent
paint combine for an im-
aginative show.
On March 24, Harriet The
Spy comes to the Detroit
Youtheatre. This is a musical
tale about a precocious sixth-
grader who, largely ignored
by her self-absorbed, career-
oriented parents, befriends
the housekeeper. When Har-
riet confides to the
housekeeper that she does not
know what she wants to be
when she grows up, the
housekeeper gives her a
notebook and suggests that
she observe people and events
around her.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call the DIA,
833-2323.

Fisher Performs
At Center

David (DuDu) Fisher will
appear at the Jewish Corn-
munity Center in West
Bloomfield 7 p.m. March 21.
Fisher has made his name
as an international star dur-
ing the last ten years; since
1985 he became famous out-
side Israel. His talent as a
classical and semi-classical
singer has placed him as one
of the most successful artists
in his field.
His first musical steps were
taken in the Israeli Army as
soloist in the Rabbinical
Choir of the Israeli Defense
Forces. Recently he starred in
the Israeli productions of Les
Miserables, West Side Story
and Guys and Dolls.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call 661-1000 or any
Ticket Master outlet.

'Rituals' Airs
On ABC-TV

ABC-TV will present
Rituals 12:30 p.m. March 4.
The show delves into the
mystery, the magic and the
poetry of ceremony. In-
terweaving secular and
religious rituals, from the
mundane to the sacred, the
program asks the question,
"Why do we do this?" The
answer reveals the myriad
forms of human expression
through ritual experience
that teach and reinforce our
history, our values and our
continuity. "Rituals" is pro-
duced by The Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America.

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