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September 14, 1990 - Image 93

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-09-14

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DINNER SPECIALS

SOUTHFIELD
gl;r* PERFORMING ARTS
CENTER INC.

ANYDAY AFTER 4 p.m.
THRU SEPTEMBER
OUR FAMOUS SKINLESS & BONELESS

PRESENTS AN ALL NEW BROADWAY SEASON
Sept. 14 Oct. 7:
Pump Boys & Dinettes'
Oct. 12 - Nov. 25:
Last of the Red Hot Lovers
Dec. 1 - 23:
Merry Madcap Murders
EVERY FRI. & SAT. 8:00 p.m.
Dinner & Theater $26
Show Only : Adults $12 Seniors $10
SEASON TICKETS / GROUP BOOKINGS
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CHICKEN SAND/1CH

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Symphony Hosts
Kathleen Battle

The Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra opens its 1990-91
season at Orchestra Hall on
Sept. 20, 21 and 22 with guest
conductor Dennis Russell
Davies leading the orchestra.
Joining Maestro Davies
will be soprano Kathleen Bat-
tle. Ms. Battle will perform
several works by George
Frederick Handel, including
"Eternal Source of Light
Divine" from the Ode for the
Birthday of Queen Anne,
"Piangero la sorte mia" from
Guilio Cesare, and "Let the
Bright Seraphim" from
Samson.
Performances will be 8 p.m.
Sept. 20-21 and 8:30 p.m.
Sept. 22.

The North Rosedale Park
Civic Association will present
The Metropolitan Festival of
Arts 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sept.
15-16 at the North Rosedale
Park Community Center and
Park, 18445 Scarsdale at
Glastonbury in Detroit.
There is no charge.
A special feature will be the
Children's Craft Center.
Volunteers will help children
make an art project or they
can have their faces painted
by a clown.
For information, call
Dorothy Wilson, 352-0824.

DIA Hosts
Film Theatre

Detroit Film Theatre in the
Detroit Institute of Arts con-
tinues through September.
May Fools, the new film by
Louis Malle, has a two-
weekend run Sept. 14-16 and
21-23. The film records the
greedy antics of an upper
class family as they gather at
their country estate to settle
the will of their matriarch.
For times and ticket infor-
mation, call DFT, 833-2323.

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WITH FRIES & BEVERAGE

Regular Price For This Special $2.79

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Dance Collective
Hosts Sampler Day

Rosedale Hosts
Arts Festival

VIENNA ALL BEEF

A LIVELY TRIBUTE TO THE FAVORITE HITS
OF THE 60's & 70's
FRI. & SAT. 9:00 P.M.
Dinner & Theater $24
Show Only : Adults $10 Seniors $8

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CHOICE OF SOUP OR SALAD

PAYE HIlfE LJ

CALL-FOR.TIX (313) 645.6656

Detroit Dance Collective's
Fall Dance Sampler Day will
take place 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Sept.
15 at the Royal Oak Campus
of Oakland Community Col-
lege. Classes will include
modern, ballet and jazz for
adults and teens. Creative
dance for children 5-9 and
ballet for children 8 and up
will also be offered.
All classes will be taught by
members of Detroit Dance
Collective.
For reservations, call the
Dance Collective, 548-9664.

Regular Price For This Special $8.36

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