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December 21, 1990 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-12-21

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1990

South Florida
Alive With Arts

THE

JEWISH NEWS!

isitors to south Florida
this winter have first-
rate theater, music
and art to choose from. On
the kosher dining scene,
several restaurants are now
open both in Miami Beach
and to the north.
Many popular Broadway
plays will be running in south
Florida this winter. The New
Theater, Inc., in Coral Gables,
will run The Chekhov
Storybook (Jan. 4-Feb. 3), and
The White Crow: Eichmann
in Jerusalem (Mar. 29-
Apr. 28). Crossing Delancey
will be staged at the Theatre
Company of Plantation from
Feb. 18-Mar. 21.
The Hollywood Playhouse
has scheduled Torch Song
Trilogy from Jan. 12-Feb. 3,
and Call Me Madam, Mar.
2-31. At the Actors Playhouse,
in Kendall, they are showing
Dames At Sea until Dec. 30,
the Odd Couple (Jan. 16-Feb.
3), and The Mystery of Edwin
Drood (Feb. 20-Mar. 17).
The Phantom of the Opera
will play at Fort Lauderdale's
Broward Center for the Per-
forming Arts from Feb. 26 un-
til May. The Caldwell
Theater, in Boca Raton, will
show See How They Run (Dec.
31-Feb. 10), and Other People's
Money (Feb. 19-Mar. 3).
In Miami Beach, the Jackie
Gleason Theater will present
Grand Hotel (Jan. 8-20), M.
Butterfly (Feb. 12-24), and The
Music of Andrew Lloyd Web-
ber (March 12-24). Fiddler On
The Roof will be at the
Jupiter Theater, in Jupiter,
Jan. 8-Feb. 24.
You can see Loretta Swit in
Shirley Valentine until Feb.
10, and The Little Shop of
Horrors, Feb. 19-Mar. 24, at
the Coconut Grove Playhouse.
Seven Brides For Seven
Brothers will play at the
Royal Palm Dinner Theater,
in Boca Raton, until Jan. 20,
and will be followed by Mame
which runs until April.
Concert-goers will find a
large number of events to at-
tend this winter. The follow-
ing is only a sample.
Pianist Andre Watts will
play Schubert, Debussy and
Ravel on Jan. 6 at the West
Palm Beach Auditorium. The
Philharmonic Orchestra of
Florida will play works by
Britten, Grieg and Ravel, at
Miami's Gusman Center, on
Jan. 3.
The Israel Pops Orchestra
will perform, with guest ar-
tist Theodore Bikel, at the

Theater of Performing Arts,
Miami Beach, on March 6
and 7. Marvin Hamlisch will
appear at Temple Beth El,
Boca Raton, on March 13, and
Victor Borge will play with
the Florida Symphonic Pops
at the Florida Atlantic
University on March 21.
Temple Beth El, Boca
Raton, and Temple Beth Am,
Miami, will host several con-
certs on different dates in
January, February and
March.
Yitzhak Perlman will play
at the West • Palm Beach
Auditorium and at the
Theater of Performing Arts
on Feb. 3 and 4 respectively.
On Feb. 21, he will play with
Vladimir Ashkenazy in an
all-Brahms concert, at the
Dade County Auditorium.
Pianist Yefim Bronfman
will appear with the Philhar-

`The Phantom of
the Opera' will play
at Broward Center
for the Performing
Arts from Feb. 26
until May. Concert-
goers will find a
large number of
events to attend
this winter.

monic Orchestra of Florida, at
Gusman Center, on March 4.
For accommodation in
south Florida, visitors have
many types of locations and
rooms to choose from. At the
five-star Boca Raton Resort
and Club there are six types
of rooms to suit the tastes and
needs of different guests.
There is the original building,
the Cloister, with its striking
architecture and antiques,
and the Palm Court Club,
with its concierge service.
Then there is the Addison
Court, for business travelers,
and the sophisticated Tower
building. In addition, there
are the Golf villas and the
Boca Beach Club on the
ocean.
Another oceanside escape,
further to the south, is the
Sonesta Beach Hotel in Key
Biscayne. An elegant retreat,
it is only minutes from
Miami's theatres and
museums. Rooms with
balconies, as well as villas
and sports and fitness
facilities, are all available
here.
Those who want access to
the ocean, golfing, and a spa
will find the Dorals of Miami

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