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October 26, 1990 - Image 87

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-10-26

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Experience West Coast sophistication
without the pretention.

MAPLE 3 THERTRES

IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE

Todd Hoffman, son of
Charles and Gloria Hoffman
of Farmington Hills, will ap-
pear in the Wayne State
University Theatre's produc-
tion of Anything Goes at the
Bonstelle Theatre. The play
features the music and lyrics
of Cole Porter and will com-
plete a two-weekend run Oct.
28.
Mr. Hoffman, a graduate of
West Bloomfield School and a
junior B.F.A. student at
Wayne State University, will
appear as the Steward and a
member of the chorus in the
1930s musical comedy.
For ticket information, call
the Bonstelle, 577-2960.

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The Woods Players will pre-
sent the comedy God's
Favorite by Neil Simon 8 p.m.
Nov. 9, 10, 16 and 17 in the
main auditorium of the
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.541-6457.

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The Michigan Theater's
Serious Fun Series will open
with the Flying Karamazov
Brothers, 7 p.m. Oct. 28 in
Ann Arbor.
The Flying Karamazov
Brothers, circus clowns and
musicians, have turned
vaudeville into a performance
art. Everything flies — sickles
hatchets, torches, champagne,
raw eggs; in "Theater of the
Air,” they even juggle music.
All this happens against a
backdrop of political jokes,
thoughts on Russian
literature and the laws of
physics and sick puns.
For ticket information, call
the Michigan Theater Box Of-
fice, 668-8397.

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