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September 18, 1992 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-09-18

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I ENTERTAINMENT I

VOTED

Laugh Business

BURGER

Hain Eccentric

Continued from Page 67

NOW 2 LOCATIONS . BIRMINGHAM & FARMINGTON HILLS
2 For 1 Burgers Brady Burger Bar Mitzvahs

Fri. & Sat. Noon to 4 p.m.

World's Best Bar Mitzvah Party!

• Generous Cocktails
• Full Menu
Plus
• 6 TVs (1 Giant 8 Ft.) • Piano Bar*
Complete Catering For All Occasions
• Fun Bar
• Big Hits Juke Box
Up To 300
• Open 7 Days, Thurs., Fri. & Sat. til 2 a.m.
• Weddings • Bat Mitzahs • Showers
• Breakfast*, Lunch and Dinner

Farmington Hills Only

Birmingham
31231 Southfield Road
Just North of 13 Mile

(313) 642-6422

• Anniversaries • Reunions • Etc.

Farmington Hills
38123 W. 10 Mile East of Haggerty
In the Holiday Inn
(313) 478-7780

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Cancer Prevention
Tips

• Eat foods high in fiber
and low in fat

• Include fresh fruits,
vegetables and whole
grain cereals in your diet

YAD EZRA

fee0g the lew/gb timigry

• If you drink alcoholic
beverages, do so only in
moderation

• Don't smoke or use
tobacco in any form

• Avoid unnecessary X-rays

BUY A CASE OF FOOD!

• Avoid too much sunlight;
use sunscreens

Use this coupon to help feed the Jewish hungry. YAD EZRA
will use your donations to purchase cases of food and
distribute them to our neighbors in need.

• Take estrogens only as
long as necessary

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YOU WISH TO BUY FOR THE HUNGRY

❑ 1 case 6.5 oz. chunk tuna in water . . .$30.00 case
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111 1 case peanut butter (creamy)
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case
1
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soup mix in tubes (6 oz.)
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Enclosed is my check in the amount of $
case(s) of food as a tax deductible con-
for
tribution to YAD EZRA to help feed the Jewish hungry.

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1992

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American Heart Association

Bruce Rosen

comedians, and many of the
comedians on the tour are
Jewish.
"Because of the way come-
dy has broadened over the
years with all these comedy
clubs, there's a lot more peo-
ple doing it. The percentage
of Jewish comedians is not
what it used to be, I don't
think, but there sure are lots
of them out there."
Mr. Rosen reports no big
trends in comedy. "Every act
is different; every comedian
is different, and every routine
is different. Everybody is try-
ing to find a niche that will
make the public want to see
the act again and again and
again."
His wife, Rosalie, and

daughters, Pam Rosen and
Julie Rosen Wiener, share his
enthusiasm and they bring
along their own friends.
The comedians are gener-
ally booked by Mark Ridley,
who works through agencies.,
reviews audition tapes, con-
sults with club owners across,,
the country and pays close at-
tention on Monday nights,
when anyone in the audience
with a dream of going on
stage to get a few laughs can
get a spot on the program.
Mr. Rosen, who encouragef-
would-be stars to try out, en-
joys great satisfaction watck-
ing the successes of people )
who premiered at the Come-
dy Castle.
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"It's nice to be able to see
them three to four years lat-
er and find they're still the ∎
same people they were, b:3-,
said. "It's really nice to see co-
medians start at Open Mike
Night Monday nights and
every year watch how they
get better and better."
Sheila Kay is a comedian
who started at the club ana
now has a blossoming career.
Heywood Banks, a prop co-
median, is a new local whose
professional outlook holcL)
tremendous promise.
Mr. Rosen will always con-
sider his investment worth-- <
while, even if there is a time
when profits are not at the
peak.
"This is the only business
where you can lose money,"
he said, "and still get a
laugh." ❑



Lyric Chamber Season:
`East Meets West'

The Lyric Chamber Ensem-
ble will host a 1992-93 con-
cert series — "East Meets
West." The LCE's 13th season
will play tribute to the
cultures of the Eastern Euro-
pean countries which have
gained their political freedom
in this decade.
The LCE will add Music
Hall and the Gem Theatre to
its Orchestra Hall and Grosse
Pointe War Memorial perfor-
mance sites. The Music Hall
performance will include a
concert of South American
and Hispanic music and
dance. Dame Libby Komaiko
and the Ensemble Espanol
Spanish Dance Theatre will
be featured in a return perfor-
mance. The Gem Theatre per-
formances will include three
Sunday brunch concerts
featuring selections from Ger-
man operettas, Broadway
musicals and French cabaret.
Three winners of the LCE
1991 Mozart Youth Competi-
tion will join the roster of per-
formers: Gabriel Bolkosky,

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violinist; Nina Perlove,_,

flutist; and Anthony
Bonamici, pianist. Mischa
Kottler will appear as a guest
artist at the Fifth Annual
Piano Festival, in celebration
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of his 94th birthday.
Debut artists, mezzo- j
soprano Barbara Younger-
bass-baritone Mark
Kacmarczyk and tenor Roberti
Bracey, will join LCE regular
Valerie Yova in an afterglow
of fioritura at Orchestra Hal
in the "Rossini at 200"
celebration. In addition, three
Detroit area ensembles will
appear in their debut pedal'
mantes at the LCE's 1992
Holiday Concert — the
Balalaika Orchestra of
Detroit with soloist Gennadi
Zut, Classical Bells and the
Ravanica Serbian Choir.
For ticket and concert infiy;- <
mation, call the LCE office,
357-1111.

The work of righteousnesW'
shall be peace.

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