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March 22, 1991 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-03-22

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will play April 4-13 at the
Studio Theatre, downstairs at
the Hilberry, featuring a cast
of ten Detroit actors.
Performances will be 8 p.m.
April 4-6 and 11-13.
For ticket information, call
the theatre box office,
577-2972. Proceeds from
ticket sales will go to the
Martin Molson Scholarship
Fund at Wayne State.
Children's theatre, a sum-
mer theatre tradition at
Wayne State University, will
continue with a new produc-
tion of Suzan Zeder's Step on
a Crack, opening June 24 at
the Hilberry. A play for and
about today's children, it will
be presented at 10:30 a.m.
Mondays through Fridays,
June 24-July 12, except July
4.
Step on a Crack combines
fun with a look at children's
real-life problems. It is the
story of a lively, wildly im-
aginative child who arms
herself with a full-blown fan-
tasy life to fight her way
through her difficulties ad-
justing to a new step-mother.
Ms. Zeder calls her problem
"as classic as Cinderella and
as timely as tomorrow."
For ticket information, call
the theatre box office.

American Artists
Opens Series

Charlie Byrd and the
Washington Guitar Quintet
will present their first
Michigan appearance by the
American Artists Series 3
p.m. April 7 in Kingswood
Auditorium on the Cranbrook
campus.
Charlie Byrd is noted for
his performances of classical
repertoire. The other
members of the quintet are
classical guitarists who have
performed in South America,
Europe and the Middle East.
They are John Marlow, Jef-
frey Meyerriecks, Myrna
Sislen and Larry Snitzler.
They will be preceded at 2
p.m. with a talk by guitar-
maker Herbert Davis of Ann
Arbor. His talk and showing
of guitars and lutes is open to
all ticket holders.
The concert will include
jazz, Argentine tangos, and
the Michigan premiere per-
formance of a work by Glenn
Smith, Box Talk, written in
1990. Other composers to be
featured are Vivaldi, Ger-
shwin and Laurindo Almeida.
For ticket information, call
851-5044. An informal recep-
tion with the artists will
follow the concert.

Music, Lunch
At Beth El

Classical music and a lun-
cheon to support the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra will be
held 12:30 p.m. March 22 at
Temple Beth El.
DSO double bass, Stephen
Molina, and DSO pianist,
Robert Conway, will perform
a mini-concert.
Tickets for this final 1991
Preludes West series are $10
per person, and may be
ordered by mailing a check
payable to: DSO Preludes
West. Please enclose a self-
addressed, stamped envelope,
and mail to: DSOH,
Volunteer Council, 400 Buhl
Building, 535 Griswold,
Detroit, Mich. 48226. For in-
formation, call 962-1000, Ext.
286.
Selections to be performed
by Mr. Molina and Mr. Con-
way include: J.E. Galliard's
Sonata, Armand Russell's
Chaconne, David Ellis'

Sonata for Unaccompanied
Double Bass, Max Bruch's Kol
Nidre and J.S. Bach's Sonata
No. 2.

Musical Spoof
In Birmingham

Dames At Sea, a romantic
musical, will open a five-week
engagement at the Birm-
ingham Theatre April 2-
May 5.
A spoof of the 1930s movie
musicals with a small-town,
stage-struck dancer, a
songwriting sailor, jealous
star, tap-dancing chorus girls
and wisecracking sidekicks,
this show encompasses all of
the cliches, the glitz and glit-
ter of an oldtime Busby
Berkeley extravaganza.
Tickets are available at the
Birmingham Theatre Box Of-
fice, 644-3533; and at all
Ticketmaster outlets.

JCC Offers
Tour Of DIA

The Jewish Community
Center, in conjunction with
West Bloomfield Parks and
Recreation, will host the
Detroit Institute of Arts tour,
"Arts and Flowers: Festival of
Spring," April 17.
This bi-annual celebration
of the arts will feature floral
displays complementing
selected works of art. The trip
will include transportation,
docent-led tour, and lunch at
the Kresge Court (on your
own). The bus will depart
from the Maple-Drake
building at 10 a.m. and the
Jimmy Prentis Morris
Building at 10:30 a.m.
For information, call
Marilyn Wolfe, 661-1000, Ext.
334.

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