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March 23, 1990 - Image 89

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-03-23

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Address the Important Issues:

• children
• family communication
• life cycle events
• in-laws
• identity
• holiday celebrations
Sunday, March 25, 1990 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.
at the
Jewish Community Center of Metroplitan Detroit
6600 West Maple Rd. West Bloomfield, MI
No Charge - Open to the Public
For more information, call 661.1000, ext. 204.

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"They saw their own ac-
tions mirrored on stage but in
such a way it was distanced,"
says Weissman. "Drama can
be a fantastically effective
way of getting people involv-
ed. You can see your own ex-
periences in a play and not
feel threatened."

After a performance at
Eastern Michigan University,
EMU sophomore Debra
Gantz said to the group, "I
was impressed with the way
you all seem to bond together.
It is very workable. It is very
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Rosalyn Barclay, director of
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of cliques, which has
discouraged new members
from joining Hillel. The scene
was set following a Friday
night service and portrayed a
first-time guest being snubb-
ed. After the skit, the discus-
sion focused on welcoming
strangers with hospitality
and kindness.

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March 23-29

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troupes is experimenting
with a different format to
deliver its message and in-
volve audience members. The
new format involves the ex-
perimental troupe acting out
a scene and seeking the au-
dience to create endings to
resolve the conflict. Scenes
address marrying a non-Jew,
sibling rivalry, Jewish
lawyers, cheapskate Jews,
keeping Kosher, going to
synagogue and feminism. Its
troupe director, Christopher
Larkmoore, was a U-M stu-
dent. The director of the more
conventional troupe is Lisa
Dixon, a U-M employee.
On March 19, Talk to Us
performed a series of skits at
U-M for Hillel's 11th Annual
Conference on the Holocaust.
The performances focused on
contemporary scenes about
how Jews deal with the facts
and history of the Holocaust.
Monologues were based on
transcripts of Holocaust
survivors.
In a performance at the
University of Pennsylvania
Hillel, the troupe used one
scene to address the problem

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JEWISH COMMUNITY
CENTER
6600 W. Maple, West
Bloomfield, Allen
Barber's one-man show,
"A Friend's View of Israel
Today," through March,
free, 661-1000.
JOY EMERY
131 Kercheval, Grosse
Pointe Farms, Howard
Hodgkin, international
prints, through April 28,
free, 886-1444.
Le IVIinotaure115 E. Ann
St., Ann Arbor, John
Elkerr's paintings,
drawings and prints,
through March, free,
665-0445.
DONNA JACOBS
574 N. Woodward,
Birmingham, "Looking
Back/Looking Forward,"
ancient art, through
March, free.
ELIZABETH STONE
580 N. Woodward,
Birmingham, David
McCall Johnston's
one-man show, through
March, free, 647-7040.
DANIETJ PELEG
4301 Orchard Lake Riad,
Crosswinds Mall, West
Bloomfield, Cynthia

Knapp's "New Works on
Paper," through April 12,
free, 626-5810.
LINDA HAYMAN
GALLERY
32500 Northwestern
Highway, Farmington
Hills, "Photography
1990," through April 1,
free, 932-0080.
TROY ART
GALLERY
755 W. Big Beaver,
20th-Century Japanese
Prints, through April 14,
free, 362-0112.
SOMERSET
The Mall, Troy, Mary
Douse and other artists,
through March 25, free,
643-6360.
RUBINER
7001 Orchard Lake Road,
West Bloomfield, "Still
Life . . . Landscape,"
through March 30, free,
626-3111.
LAWRENCE STREET
GALLERY29 W.
Lawrence, Pontiac,
"Noedgelines," through
April 7, free, 334-6716.
XOCHIPILLI
568 N. Woodward,
Birmingham, Edward
Levine's one-man show,
oil paintings, through
March, free, 645-1905.

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