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September 10, 1993 - Image 141

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-09-10

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Mike Kralevic, General Manager
and the staff of

for some film equipment
addressed to the production
company of Searching for
Eddie Fisher.
The search for an actor to
play chess champ Josh Wait-
zkin proved a bit prob-
lematic. Max Pomeranc, the
youngster portraying Josh
Waitzkin, was no clear-cut
choice. "Max's test was good,
but not great," concedes Mr.
Rudin, who credits director
Steven Zaillian's confidence
in the 8-year-old for the
choice, which has paid off
handsomely.
Mr. Rudin knew there are
those who could be bored
with the story of the board
game. "People's image of
chess is that of these old men
moving their pieces every 15
minutes," says Mr. Rudin.
The producer was more in-
terested in the timeless tale
of family ties. "This," says
Scott Rudin of the film, "is
the story of a child and his
parents."
A game player in
Hollywood, what kind of
player is Scott Rudin when it
comes to the board game? "I
have no interest in chess,"
he says with a smile. ❑

Correspondent
Will Speak

NBC news correspondent Jim
Miklaszewski will give an in-
sider's view of life at the White
House 6 p.m. Sept. 13 at the
Community House in Birming-
ham.
An informal reception will be
held at 5 p.m. so guests can
meet Mr. Miklaszewski.
There is a charge. For tick-
ets, call the Program Depart-
ment, 644-5832.
Mr. Miklaszewski will share
anecdotes and insights on the
president and first lady. He also
will discuss the changing role
of the press in Washington.

The Ann Arbor Symphony Or-
chestra will launch its 65th
anniversary season 8 p.m. Sept.
11 with an opening night con-
cert and post-concert reception
at the Michigan Theater.
Maestro Samuel Wong will
return in his second year as the
AASO music director and con-
ductor. Opening night guest
artists will include New York
Philharmonic violinist Hae-
Young Ham, and University of
Michigan music professor and
violinist, Stephen Shipps.
For ticket information, call
AASO, 994-4801.



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