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October 02, 1992 - Image 75

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-10-02

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JET

104.3 WOMC, Oct. 30 at Novi
Hilton on Haggerty Road, is
expected to draw 1,000 . . .
Best costume gets a Carib-
bean Cruise among prizes for
scariest, funniest and best
homemade . . . R.S.V.P. ($10
per person) or get more info by
calling Joann Elder, 833-0710,
ext. 325.
Sign that gets attention at
Metropolitan Airport: "Not
advertising is like winking at
someone in the dark . . . You
know what you are doing but
nobody else does."
GOLDEN FALL Classic
golf tournament by St.
Joseph's Mercy Hospital in
Pontiac will be Oct. 11 at
Shenandoah Country Club .. .
Golf portion will be an
18-holer beginning at 10 a.m.
. . . After the tourney, a ban-
quet will have a fashion show
by Leah Marks Productions
with jewelery from John
Darakjian Jewelers and
fashions from Scott Gregory,
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the Broadway Mens Store and
Malibu Hair and Makeup .. .
Captain Rick Jagger of 96.3
FM WHYT will emcee.
AS A SPECIAL tribute
from the City of Livonia,
Plymouth and Farmington
Roads, the main streets in-
tersecting the new George
Burns Theatre, are named
George Burns Boulevard and
Gracie Allen Avenue respec-
tively through Oct. 4, with ac-
tual street signs.
He was here to dedicate his
one-and-only namesake
theatre yesterday . . . followed
by a black-tie gala cocktail
reception at Ritz Carlton in
Dearborn.
The premiere season open-
ing of the George Burns
Theatre is today and goes
through Saturday and Sunday
with the 96-year-old comedian
and special guest star
Florence Henderson accom-
panied by a 21-piece orchestra.
It'll be followed Oct. 9-25
with Andrew Lloyd Weber's
musical hit, Aspects of Love.
VIDEO CRITIQUE . . . by
Michael Dembs . . . of
yesteryears classics, which
seems to be coming back
again . . . The Greatest Show
on Earth . . . "I could watch
this one every night for a
week. Cecil B. DeMille's 1952
Oscar winner for best picture
is a delight for the whole fami-
ly. And what a cast! Charlton
Heston, Betty Hutton, Cornell
Wilde, Dorothy Lamour and,
of course, James Stewart as
2 the clown with a past. Pure
hokum but enjoyable all the
way. Introduce your kids to
this one immediately."
The King of Comedy . . .
"Robert DeNiro is, and I love
this name, Rupert Pupkin, a
schlemiel of the first order.
Director Martin Scorese

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created a biting satire of the
state of celebrity in this coun-
try. Pupkin is an untalented
man who kidnaps talk show
host Jerry Lewis and cons his
way to hosting his late night
program. This is one of
DeNiro's best and most
overlooked performances. The
scene where he shows up
uninvited at Lewis' weekend
home is sure to give you the
willies." 111

Entertainment

LCE Plans
Hispanic Concert

The Lyric Chamber Ensem-
ble will present its premiere
performance 3:30 p.m. Oct. 4
at Detroit's Music Hall. "En-
cuentros '92 — Las Americas
y Espana" is a concert featur-
ing Ensemble Espanol
Spanish Dance Theatre of
Chicago, under the direction
of Dame Libby Komaiko. The
concert is being presented in
celebration of Hispanic
Heritage Month, and will pay
tribute to the rich cultures of
Spain and Latin America.
Ensemble Espanol will pre-
sent a program of Spanish
and South American Dance,
including a choreographed
version of the B ach ian a
Brasileira No. 5 by Villa-
Lobos, performed by soprano
Earnestine Nimmons and
pianist Fedora Horowitz.
Performing as guest artists
with Ensemble Espanol will
be flamenco guitarists Luis
Primitivo and Mateo, as well
as flamenco singer Maria
Elena La Cordobesa. The
LCE string quartet is com-
prised of Detroit Symphony
members: Geoffrey Ap-
plegate, Lenore Sjoberg,
James Van Valkenburg and
Marcy Chanteaux.
For ticket information, call
LCE, 351-1111.

Cobo Circus
Adds Menagerie

Ringling Bros. and Barnum
& Bailey Circus will present
a "Menagerie" in Detroit for
the first time since 1956 Oct.
6-11. The Menagerie will in-
clude 21 elephants, 11 tigers,
5 lions, 2 llamas, 4 camels, 34
horses, 4 ponies, 4 zebras, 5
buffaloes, 6 cows, 4 pigs, 3
goats and a flock of ducks. Ad-
mittance to the menagerie is
included in the price of a
regular circus ticket.
The Menagerie, located in-
side Cobo Arena, will be open
to the public one hour prior to
each performance.
For ticket information, call
567-6000.

JEWISH ENSEMBLE THEATRE

presents

Today I Am
A Fountain Pen

By Israel Horowitz

Directed By Evelyn Orbach

Featuring Broadway Actor

Sol Frieder

October 21 - November 8

Preview Performances
Begin October 14

AARON DE ROY THEATRE

JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
6600 W. Maple Rd. • W. Bloomfield

Tickets (313) 788-2900 or
',4
a (313) 645-6666
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Special Senior, Student and Group Discounts Available

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