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June 19, 1992 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-06-19

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ENTERTAINMENT

Synagogue Dues for only $100?
Are you Kidding?

No Kidding! $100 will make you a
member at
Congregation B'nai Moshe
and it includes
High Holiday tickets!

If you are un-affiliated and are looking for a synagogue to join, look
no further. Become members for 1992-93 and we will throw in
the remainder of 1992 for only $100 and we will include
High Holiday tickets.

Our beautiful new synagogue in West Bloomfield is open
and once you see what we have to offer you and your family,
you won't want to be anywhere else.

Don't Delay! Join in the Fun!
This offer expires Sept 15, 1992.

For more information,
please call the synagogue office at 539-3060.
It just may be the best phone call you make this year.

JET Is Looking
For A 10-Year-Old

SUZANNE CHESSLER

Special to The Jewish News

T

he Jewish Ensemble
Theatre (JET) is look-
ing for a talented
10-year-old boy to take on a
major role in its fall produc-
tion of Today I Am a Fountain
Pen by Israel Horovitz. The
professional group of players
has set a June 30 deadline for
interested young people to
sign up to audition.
"Formal rehearsals will
begin Sept. 21, but I want ex-
tra time to do some coaching,"
said Evelyn Orbach, artistic
director of Michigan's only
Jewish professional acting
company. Ms. Orbach will
direct this first presentation
of the 1992-93 season.
The play is a family comedy
set in Sault Ste. Marie in the
early 1940s. Part of a triolgy
that includes last season's A
Rosen By Any Other Name,
the production shows the boy
going through various stages
of maturity.
Because the group is profes-
sional, the selected young ac-
tor will be paid for his work-
ing time.
.
The screening process,
which is open to youngsters
without • regard to their

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theater training, will be in
three segments. First, there
will be a meeting with Ms.
Orbach, who will take the boy
through acting exercises and
readings. Second, there will
be a performance of a
designated scene. Third, there
will be a session during which
all cast finalists will read
scenes and improvise
together.
"This is only worth doing if
both the children and their
parents really want to do it,"
Ms. Orbach said. The selected
actor will have to be prepared
to be in 20 performances, with
rehearsals scheduled five
hours a day, six days a week.
The three other plays set for
next season are The Queen's
Physician by Betty Neustat, a
fictional account of a romance
between the queen of Spain
and her Jewish doctor;
Grownups by Jules Pfeiffer, a
contemporary family comedy;
and The Square Root of Three
by Michael Golder, a surprise
comedy.
JET's mission is to stage
plays by Jewish playwrights,
Jewish themes or of those
with interest to Jewish
audiences.
To arrange for auditions or
to get ticket information, call
JET, 788-2900.

Stephen Prutsman

The Julius Chajes Music
Fund Concert Series will pre-
sent pianist Stephen
Prutsman in recital 3 p.m.
June 28 at the Maple-Drake
Jewish Community Center.
This final concert will take
place in the Janice Charach
Epstein Museum/Gallery.
Mr. Prutsman was a

medalist at the lbhaikovsky
International Piano Competi-
tion and in 1991 he was
awarded the Avery. Fisher
Career Grant. Later that
same year he was awarflext
the Second Prize Gold Medal
at the Queen Elizabeth Inter-
national Piano Competition
in Belgium.
A native of Los Angeles, Mr.
Prutsman has attended the
University of California and
the Peabody Conservatory in
Baltimore, studying with
Aube Tzerko and Leon
Fleisher. As chamber artist,
he has participated in the
Tanglewood, Marlboro and
Newport festivals. He has
directed music festivals in
Texas and Ostende, Belgium.
For concert and ticket infor-
mation, call the JCC,
661-1000.

Biography Airs
On Channel 56

"Intimate Stranger" will
air on Channel 56 10 p.m.
June 22.
A family biography, "In-

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