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June 01, 1990 - Image 83

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-06-01

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Turner and Samuel Harry
Wedes.
A program consisting of
classical, Hebrew and Yid-
dish music will be presented
by the piano students. Perfor-
ming will be Sori Bakst,
Michelle Barr, Leah Berman,
Shani Cohen, Shana
Schochet, Leslie and Robyn
Shewach, Meriam Silvers-
tein, Elisa and Marjorie
Stern, Esther rIblwin and
Rechelle Winkler.
Krieger, who is currently
concertizing under pianist
Mischa Kottler, will perform
The Golliwog's Cake-walk
(Debussy), Adagio (Opus 27,
no. 2 "Moonlight"), Sonata
(Beethoven), Fantasy in D
minor (Mozart) and the War-
saw Concerto (Addinsell).
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'Songbook' Opens
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The Attic Theatre an-
nounces the opening of
Songbook, a musical comedy
by Monty Norman and Julian
More, June 8 through July 1.
Songbook is the story of
Moony Shapiro, an Irish lad
raised in a Liverpool or-
phanage who immigrates to
America, where he is adopted
by a Jewish couple.
An overnight songwriting
success with his East River
Rhapsody, Moony was in-
spired by his adopted father's
music students — George, Ira,
Cole, Irving, Jerome and
others.
Moony took the music world
by storm as he wrote his way
from the 1920s through the
1970s. His biggest claim to
fame was the 1948 musical,
Happy Hickory, which in the
1950s toured Tel Aviv and
Moscow. Unfortunately, it
closed before it opened in both
cities due to political
turbulence.
Five performers take on
more than 110 roles to
recreate Moony Shapiro's
world over six decades. The
players include Marie Boyle,
Susan Felder, Tom Helmer,
Paul Kerr and James Vezina.
The almost familiar but
wholly original score by Mon-
ty Norman and Julian More
won the London (England)
West End Theatre Award.
The director of Songbook is
Jim Baird, who won the Best
Director Award from the
Detroit Free Press and the
Detroit News for his co-
directing of the Hilberry
Theatre's 1988 production of
Nicholas Nickleby.

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