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August 28, 1992 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-08-28

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Today I am a Fountain Pen

by Israel Horovitz

A warm family comedy is first of the trilogy that includes our
2nd season's hit A Rosen By Any Other Name. The part of
Ardenshensky, will again be played by broadway actor Sol Frieder.

PREVIEWS Oct. 14 - Oct. 18

PERFORMANCES Oct. 21. - Nov. 8

The Queen's Physician

Elaine Morton, Arlene Barris, Cindy Franklin, Judee Herman and Doreen
Hermelin at the ORT donor luncheon.

by Betty Neustat

Particularly appropriate during this year's 500th anniversary of
the expulsion of the Jews from Spain, this lush historical
drama is the fictional account of a romance between the
queen of Spain and her Jewish physician.

PREVIEWS Dec. 2 - Dec. 6

PERFORMANCES Dec. 6 - Dec. 27

by Jules Feiffer

A generous sprinkling of Feiffer's ascerbic wit spices this comedy
of contemporary familial currents. (The r joke" may be closer
to home than any of us care to admit!)

PERFORMANCES April 25 - May 16

The Square Root of Three

by Michael Golder

Broadway's Sylvia Kauders recreates her role from the original
hilarious production about a not-so-elderly mother and the
surprise she brings back from her trip to Florida.

PREVIEWS June 2 - June 6

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ

Local Columnist

Grown ups

PREVIEWS April 21 - April 25

ORT Designs Highlight
Annual Donor Luncheon

PERFORMANCES June 6 - June 27

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omen's American
ORT held their an-
nual donor lun-
cheon at the home of David
and Doreen Hermelin on
Aug. 18 for more than 100
patrons. A highlight of the
afternoon was fashions
designed by ORT students
from around the globe
modeled by ORT members.
Judee Herman, donor
chairman, Arlene Barris,
chairman of the executive
committee, and Cindy
Franklin, President of the
Michigan Region, greeted
patrons at the door.
Elaine Morton coor-
dinated the models. Andi
Wolfe dazzled the crowd in

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MILLER REUNION
More than 100 relatives will
gather this weekend at the
Southfield Radisson. Hotel
for the Miller reunion. Ac-
cording to Arlene Barris,
relatives will be coming
from all over the world, in-
cluding three newly
discovered relations from
Sweden. Reunion committee
members include: Linda
Soberman, Helen Sher-
man, Julie Blair, Judge
Barry Howard, Arlene
Doctoroff and Marilyn
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Sadie Bialock modeled a
Chanel-inspired suit, also by
a Parisian ORT student.
Some of the other models
were: Patti Aaron, Lillian
Colman, Joanne Feldman,
Paula Glazier, Linda
Sherr, Bonnie Torgow
and Fran White.
The next major ORT event
will be the paid-up member-
ship luncheon on Sept. 10 at
Congregation Beth Abra-
ham Hillel Moses, featuring
concert pianist David
Syme. For more informa-
tion, call the ORT office, 855-
9820.

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Tickets for individual performances are available from
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ORT model
Elizabeth Franklin.

an Arabian outfit that would
have made the "I Dream of
Jeannie" fans jealous.
Elizabeth Franklin,
daughter of Cindy
Franklin,modeled more
traditional clothing.
Elizabeth wore an emerald
green wool suit and a
romantic wedding gown by
ORT students in Paris.

FASHION NOTES
The Greater Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah will
hold an opening meeting
featuring a fashion show
from Saks Fifth Avenue and
boutique shopping on Sept. 9
at Congregation Shaarey
Zedek. For more informa-
tion, call Hadassah, 683-
5030.
Adat Shalom Synagogue
will be the site of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish
Women's paid-up member-
ship luncheon on Sept.15.
Marilyn Georgeson and
Pat Sands will produce a
fall fashion show from many
local stores.



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