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September 14, 1990 - Image 92

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-09-14

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The opening performance of
the fall series of Readers'
Theater will be 3:30 p.m.
Sept. 23 in the DeRoy
Theater at the Maple-Drake
Jewish Community Center. A
complimentary pre-theater
wine bar will open at 3 p.m.
Host for this performance
will be Arthur Horwitz,
associate publisher of The
Jewish News. The acting
ensemble will include: David
Fox and Joyce Fuerring, in
rehearsal for JET's produc-
tion of The Merchant; Alan
Harvey, in residence at the
Hilberry Repertory Theater;
Carol Lempert, a former
Detroiter living in Toronto.
The program will feature
short stories by Edna Ferber,
Elie Weisel, Calvin Trillin
and Grace Paley. Artistic
director is Yolanda Fleischer.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call Readers Theater,
967-4030.

Attic Theatre
Opens Season

The Attic Theatre's 15th
season will open Sept. 19 with
Billie Bishop Goes to War, a
one-man musical (with ac-
companist) written by John
Gray in collaboration with
Eric Peterson. The play re-
counts the story of Canadian
World War I flying ace,
William Avery "Billy" Bishop
who became a hero in spite of
himself.
Regularly scheduled perfor-
mances are on Wednesdays at
7 p.m.; Thursdays and Fridays
at 8 p.m.; Saturdays at 5 p.m.
and 9 p.m.; Sundays at 2 p.m.
and 7 p.m. Additionally, on
Wednesday, Oct. 3, a 2 p.m.
matinee is scheduled.
Following the opening
night performance on Sept.
19, the Whitney will cater an
afterglow reception in the At-
tic Theatre Lobby.
There is a charge. Student,
group and senior citizen dis-
counts are available. For in-
formation, call the box office,
875-8284.

Theatre Grottesco
Slates Opening

Theatre Grottesco will pre-
sent its 1989-90 hit
Wenomaden (we-nomad-men)
in three performances 8 p.m.
Sept. 13-15 at the Players
Theatre, 3321 Jefferson Ave.
Wenomadmen is the story
of four citizens of a future
society who abandon their
home to search the desert for
water to rebuild a broken
destiny.
Theatre Grottesco is an in-
ternational theater ensemble

dedicated to the creation and
performances of its own
original works. Founded in
Paris in 1983, the company is
now based in Detroit.
Tickets are available at
all . Ticketmaster outlets,
645-6666 and through
Theatre Grottesco. A benefit
performance for the company
will be Sept. 14. Tickets for
the benefit, which includes
a post-performance reception
and a tour of the historic
Players Theatre by E. Ray
Scott, are available.
For information, call
Theatre Grottesco, 961-5880.

Folktown
Sets Series

Folktown, the annual folk
concert series at the
Southfield Civic Center will
present its 11th season each
Saturday Sept. 15-Dec. 15.
The concerts are produced
by Folktown with the co-
sponsorship of the Southfield
Parks and Recreation Depart-
ment and the cooperation of
the Southfield Public Library.
There is a charge.
The first concert, 8 p.m.
Sept. 15, will feature folk
band the Lost World String
Band.
For information, call
Folktown, 855-9848.

Warren Symphony
Slates Season

Warren Symphony, the
Michigan Orchestra, will
open its 18th season Nov. 11
under the baton of Music
Director David Daniels.
Subscription sales for
reserved seating are available
for the five concert master-
work series.
The series will include
Beethoven's Fifth Symphony
and Third Piano Concerto,
Brahms Symphony No. 1, love
music from Wagner's Tristan
and Isolde, Tchaikowsky's
Piano Concerto No. 2 and
Rachmaninoff s Symphony
No. 2.
For season ticket orders and
a schedule of artists and pro-
gramming, call the Warren
Symphony, 754-2950.

O'Neill Play
In Ann Arbor

Ah, Wilderness! by Eugene
O'Neill will be at the Ann Ar-
bor Civic Theatre 8 p.m.
Thursdays through Satur-
days, Sept. 20-Oct. 6. There is
a charge. Thursday tickets
are two-for-one. For informa-
tion, call the theater,
662-7282.
The play observes intricate
and ordinary lives of the
Miller family on a typical
Fourth of July.

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