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March 30, 1990 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-03-30

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I ENTERTAINMENT 1

AND You SAID TI IF -RE WAS NOTHING
To Do ON ACOLD WINTER WEEKEND.

THE COUNTRY
CLASSIC

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Deluxe two-room suite

Deluxe two-room suite

Two remote-controlled
color TVs

Two remote-controlled
color TVs

Two remote-controlled
color TVs

Refrigerator, mini-bar,
microwave and
coffee-maker

Refrigerator, mini-bar,
microwave and
coffee-maker

Refrigerator, mini-bar,
microwave and
coffee-maker

Pool, whirlpool, sauna &
exercise room

Pool, whirlpool, sauna &
exercise room

Pool, whirlpool, sauna &
exercise room

Continental breakfast

Full buffet breakfast

Full buffet breakfast

Two-hour Private
Manager's Reception

Two-hour Private
Manager's Reception

Two-hour Private
Manager's Reception

Free parking

Free parking

Free Parking

$79*

$89*

Plus dinner for two —
choice of entree,
including salad, from the
menu in our Atrium
Cafe

139*

Call 1-800-424-2900 or 879-7500 for reservations

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THE GRAND
ENTREE

Deluxe two-room suite

Per couple per night. Plus tax. Subject to
availability and change. Available Friday,
Saturday and Sunday nights. Reservations
made in advance. Not available to groups.
Additional nights, only S69.

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ticipates in equestrian
sports and enjoys fencing.
And beginning at Passover,
he will become a member of
the adult choir at Shaarey
Zedek.
Although, his father Myles
is an attorney, his mother
Marsha is a teacher, his
sister Julie is studying to be
a lawyer and his little sister
Mara would like to be a psy-

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FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1990

chologist, Hoffert hopes to
have a successful acting ca-
reer.
"I want to stick with this. I
keep hearing more and more
about how scary it is out
there and how I'm going to
end up waiting tables at
Sardi's in New York. But I
have a passion for it, and I'd
like to end up on Broad-
way." ❑

Detroit
April,
In
Youtheatre's Saturday perfor-
mances include a look at
space exploration, a childhood
favorite and a sensitive play
addressing divorce.
On April 7, Kevin Reese of
the California Theatre
Center relives the exhilara-
tion of the events leading to
America's first moon launch
in his one-man show, Apollo
To The Moon. Reese portrays
a young astronomer who
dreams of becoming an
astronaut and journeying to
the moon. A host of
characters spring to life in
this multimedia production
which includes more than 100
photographs, original
downlink broadcasts from
space and music of the 1960s.
April 14-21 Detroit
Youtheatre will present 13
performances of Snow White.
Combining life-sized rod pup-
pets with live actors, Atlan-
ta's Center for Puppetry Arts

presents a magical full-stage
production. By joining the
DIA's Founders Society on the
Saturday, April 21 perfor-
mance, theatregoers can
receive discounted admisison.

Rounding out the month on
April 28 is Two Weeks,
Twice A Year. This play por-
trays a youngster having to
realize, cope with, and even-
tually adjust to divorce — a
situation facing a growing
number of children. The play
serves as a catalyst to help
children articulate their own
questions and feelings about
divorce.
All Detroit Youtheatre per-
formances are at 11 a.m. and
2 p.m. in the DIA Auditorium.
Except for noted Wiggle Club
performances, no one under
5-years-old will be admitted
to the theatre.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call the DIA ticket of-
fice, 833-2323.

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