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August 27, 1993 - Image 92

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-08-27

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JET

JEWISH ENSEMBLE THEATRE

presents

WENDY WASSERSTEIN'S

sn't it
omantic

A hilarious and touching play about
two young women today
. . . The dilemma?
Personal independence
and / or
romantic fulfillment.

M arily n Mays

Directed by
Gordon Reinhart

M aureen McDevitt
••


QA

Evening and Matinee Performances

PREVIEWS

September 8 - 12

OPENING NIGHTS

September 12

PERFORMANCES

September 13 - October 3

• • • •

Aaron De Roy Theatre

Jewish Community Center • 6600 W. Bloomfield

Tickets (313) 788-2900
or
(313) 645-6666

Special Senior, Student
and Group
Discounts Available.

Michigan Council for Arts
=, and Cultural Affairs

"

ZOA hosts, Helaine and Robert Wolfe.

Reception Kicks Off
Balfour Celebration

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ (DCA co UMN S

he Zionist Organiza-
tion of America (ZOA)
held a cocktail recep-
tion at the home of
Robert and Helaine Wolf
to announce the 60th annual
Balfour Celebration Con-
cert. Anne Gonte Silver,
president of Metro Detroit
ZOA, announced that the
concert is set for Monday,
Nov. 1, at the Fox Theatre
with a performance by Joel
Grey, a Tony and Academy
Award winning star.
Johanna Gordon and
Helaine Wolf are chairmen
of the Balfour Celebration
Committee. Some of the
ZOA committee members
include: Anne Brand,
Marge Kaufman, Pauline
Klein, Billie Kramer,
Sherman Shapiro,
Menachem Glaser,
Jerome Kaufman, Marion
Leib, Ezekiel Leikin, Max
Sosin and Lester Zeff.

MIDSUMMER DREAM

The recent 1993
"Midsummer Night's
Dream" to benefit multiple
sclerosis raised more than
$150,000. Some of the sup-
porters at the event includ-
ed: Henry Baskin, Debbie
Schultz, Judge Hilda
Gage, Jerry and Lisa
Brody, Sandy and Julie

Henry Baskin, Debbie Schultz

Altschul, Claude and
Terry Oster, Morris and
Sybil Fenkell, Lester and
Evelyn Burton and Iry
and Ann Strickstein.

ROEPER ARTFEST

The Roeper Invitational Art-
fest, an outdoor festival of
fine arts, will be held from
10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Aug. 28-
29 at Roeper's Bloomfield
Hills campus on Woodward,
just north of Long Lake
Road.
This is a juried show and
sale of original fine arts with
86 participating artists.
Some of the local artists in-

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