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March 30, 1990 - Image 83

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-03-30

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DETROIT YOUTHEATRE

THANKS

'Zooman' Opens
At WSU Theater

Zooman and the Sign, by
Pulitzer-Prize winning
author Charles Fuller, opens
at the Wayne State Universi-
ty Studio Theatre 8 p.m. April
5. Performances continue 8
p.m. April 6-7 and 12-14. The
Studio Theatre is located
downstairs in the Hilberry
Theatre.
Zooman and the Sign is this
season's benefit for the Mar-
tin Molson Scholarship fund
and is presented by the WSU
Black Theatre program.
Molson scholarships go to
worthy undergraduates to
help defray educational costs
as they pursue degrees in ac-
ting, directing and design.
The play centers around the
way a family and neighbor-
hood deal with the murder of
a child in a drive-by shooting.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call the box office,
577-2972.

'The Immigrant'
At Meadowbrook

The Immigrant: A
Hamilton County Album, by
Mark Harelik, received its
Michigan premiere at
Meadowbrook Theatre March
29, running through April 22
at the theatre on the Oak-
land University campus near
Rochester.
The Immigrant is a story
about the author's Jewish
grandparents who arrived in
Texas from Russia in 1909 as
part of an immigrant resettle-
ment program called The
Galveston Plan. With the aid
of a reluctant banker and his
wife, Haskell and Leah
Harelik built a modest
American dream in an
unlikely Southern Baptist
town.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call the box office,
377-3300.

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APOLLO TO THE MOON
An exciting exploration of one
young man's dream of becoming
an astronaut and journeying to
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older. Boy Scout Salute Day.

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Franklin Stars
At Birmingham

Bonnie Franklin, best
known for her role as Ann
Romano in the long-running
television series "One Day At
A Time," will star in the
mystery thriller Wait Until
Dark at the Birmingham
Theatre April 3-May 6.
Wait Until Dark, first pro-
duced in 1966 is written by
Frederick Knott, who also
wrote Dial M For Murder.
In addition to her career as
a television star, Franklin has
appeared frequently on the
stage. She recently starred in
New York in Frankie and
Johnny in the Clair de Lune.
She will be reunited with her
Clair de Lune co-star, Tony
Musante, in this production.

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