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April 13, 1990 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-04-13

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I ENTERTAINMENT I

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Season 89/90
your Premiere puce for theatre

NI EA DOW • BROOK

THE

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presents

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THE
IMMIGRANT

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a Hamilton CountyAlbum

New Shows Set
At Meadowbrook

by Mark Harelik

A moving new
play about the
author's grandfather,
a Russian Jew,
who immigrated
to Galveston, Texas
in 1909.

Conceived by
Mark Harelik

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and Randal Myler

`A sterling production!"

— Edward Hayman
The Detroit News

March 29 - April 22

Call 377-3300

for ticket information
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Presented in cooperation with

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A cultural program of Oakland University

FM 102

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And The Entire Community

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$555

DYSAUTONOMIA

CHOICE OF SOUP OR SALAD

Meadowbrook Theatre will
feature two Broadway
musicals, Cabaret and Pump
Boys and Dinettes, plus the
Michigan premiere of What I
Did Last Summer in its
1990-91 lineup.
The theatre on the Oakland
University campus will open
its 23rd season with Cabaret,
Oct. 4-28. Set in decadent,
prewar Berlin, John
Kander/Fred Ebb songs
counterpoint the drama of
people caught up in the city's
phony glitter.
After 381/2 years Agatha
Christie's The Mousetrap is
still playing in London, mak-
ing it the world's longest con-
tinuously running play. It'll
be at Meadowbrook Nov.
1-25. .
Other shows include: What
I Did Last Summer, Jan. 3-27,
A Midsummer Night's
Dream, Jan. 31-Feb. 24,
Barefoot In The Park, Feb.
28-March 24, Inherit The
Wind, March 28-April 21, and
Pump Boys and Dinettes,
April 25-May 19.
For information, call the
Meadowbrook box office,
(313) 370-3300.

Readers Theater
Performs At JCC

Readers Theater will pre-
sent its second performance of
the Spring Series at 4 p.m.
April 22 in the Aaron DeRoy
Theatre at the Jewish Corn-
munity Center's Maple-
Drake Bulding. The show will
be preceded by a complimen-
tary wine bar at 3:15 p.m.
At Readers Theater, corn-
munity actors bring to life
treasures of Jewish literature,
without the use of props or
scenery.
The ensemble for this pro-
duction includes David Fox,
Harry Goldstein, Elizabeth
Elkin Weiss, Rube Weiss and
Paul Winter. Professor Harold
Norris will serve as the
show's host.
A limited number of tickets
are available. Group rates are
also available. For informa-
tion, call Readers Theater,
967-4030.

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Local Concert
Slates Eisenstein

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FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1990

3000 Town Center, Suite 1500,
Southfield, MI 48075 (313) 444-4848

The Southfield Symphony
Orchestra, under the baton of
Douglas Bianchi, will per:
form 8 p.m. April 27 at South-
field High School. This is its
final performance of this
season.
The Orchestra will play
Wagner's Flying Dutchman
Overture and Brahm's Sym-

phony No. 4. Featured with
the Orchestra, Neill Eisens-
tein, pianist, will perform
Mozart's Piano Concerto No.
19.
Eisenstein has had a varied
career in a short time span.
He has written compositions
that range from pop songs to
piano sonatas, has lectured on
"Classical to Contemporary
Composers" and arranged for
top 40 bands. In addition, he
has had a career in musical
theater while in the position
of music director at a private
school. He was involved in the
production of Damn Yankees,
Gypsy and Grease, among
others.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call Cultural Arts,
354-4717.

CCS Sets
Music Recital

The Center for Creative
Studies — Institute of Music
and Dance presents the
final concert in its Faculty
Artist Series at 8 p.m. April
27 in CCS-IMD's Boughton
Auditorium. CCS-IMD is lo-
cated in Detroit's Cultural
Center on the corner of John
R and Kirby.
The concert, entitled "Vocal
Chamber Music," features
sporano Anna Speck. A foun-
ding member of the trio Opus
3, Speck has made solo ap-
pearances with . the Grosse
Pointe, Rochester and
Pontiac-Oakland Symphony
- Orchestras. Speck is the
chairman of the voice depart-
ment at CCS-IMD.
Joining Speck will be CCS-
IMD faculty members tenor
Gordon Finlay, guitarist
Michael Stockdale and
pianist James Wilhelmsen.
Guest artist Frank Hull,
baritone, will also be featured
in several works.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call CCS, 831-2870.

Mark Meyer
Wins Award

Last month, 11-year-old
Marc Bleyer of Bloomfield
Township received a blue rib-
bon in the Dupree Dance
Competition held at the
Plymouth Radisson Hotel.
Bleyer, representing Annette
and Company School of
Dance, was one of nearly 600
dancers, between the ages of
6-18, who participated.
Bleyer was also awarded a
2-week dance scholarship at
the Dupree Dance Academy
in Hollywood, Calif.
A 6th grade student at
Hillel Day School, Bleyer has
taken tap, jazz and ballet for
five years.

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