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September 02, 1994 - Image 135

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-09-02

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Kingsley Inn
Wishes It's Friends &
Customers A Healthy and
Happy New Year

C ostanzo s Victorian Room

would like to thank
The Jewish Community
for your support over the last 10 years.
Please come in and enjoy
The New Year with
Italian Dining at its Finest.

Macomb Center
Season Sparkles

Tickets are on sale for the 1994-
95 Macomb Center season.
A Gallagher performance has
been added for 8 p.m. Oct. 24, fol-
lowing the sell-out for Oct. 23.
Also added is: The Great Radio
City Music Hall Spectacular star-
ring the Rockettes with special
guest star Susan Anton. The
troupe will hit the stage at 3 and
7 p.m. Oct. 2.
The Center will present tour-
ing productions of Secret Garden
on Oct. 7 and 8; South Pacific,
Nov. 4 and 5; A Christmas Car-
ol, Dec. 3; Guys and Dolls, Jan.
13 and 14; Forever Plaid, Jan. 27;
Evita, Feb. 17 and 18; and Jesus
Christ Superstar, April 2.
Special events include opening
night with Tom Jones, Sept. 25;
Vic Damone Nov. 6; Rich Little,
Nov. 13; Sleeping Beauty, Nov.
20; Winter Solstice, Nov. 27; the
Gaylords, Dec. 10; Capitol Steps,
Jan. 20; Bobby Vinton, Jan. 22;
Pat Cooper, Feb. 25; Soupy Sales,
April 29; and Boots Randolph and
Brenda Lee, May 7.
On the classical side, Royal
Winnipeg Ballet will be present-
ed on Nov. 15 and 16; San Fran-
cisco Pops, Nov. 19; Ballet
Theatre de Bordeaux, Feb. 12;
Barber of Seville, Feb. 26; Oth-
ello, March 3; and Hubbard
Street Dance Chicago, March 24.
The Country Series will fea-
ture Hal Ketchum, Oct. 16; Mar-
ty Stuart, Dec. 17; Ronnie MiLsap,
March 25; and Crystal Gayle,
April 23.
Newport Jazz will be featured
on Oct. 9, followed by Preserva-
tion Hall Jazz Band on Jan. 29.
Sha Na Na has been added to
the Rock and Pop Series on Feb.
24, along with Tommy James,
Oct. 28; Judy Collins, Dec. 18;
and the Temptations Feb. 4.
Discovery shows include Red
Star Red Army, Oct. 22; Lucnica!
Slovak Dance Ensemble, Nov. 18;
the Chieftains, Dec. 1; Festival of
the Nile on March 19.
Encore performances include
Glenn Miller Orchestra, Oct. 21;
Stars of Lawrence Welk, Dec. 2;
Ink Spots and Four Aces, Feb. 10;
and Jerry Vale, April 9.
Family features are Oliver,
Jan. 6; Flying Karamazov Broth-
ers, March 4; Velveteen Rabbit,
March 17.

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Warren, MI 48092

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BEST WISHES
TO OUR
CUSTOMERS
& FRIENDS
FOR A
HEALTHY & HAPPY
NEW YEAR

The Ann Arbor Symphony Or-
chestra will begin its 66th season
with the duo of Bolcom and Mor-
ris at the Ann Arbor Michigan
Theater in "American Potpourri"
Sept. 10 at 8 p.m.
For ticket information, call the
box office, 994-4801.

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A Most Joyous and
Healthy New Year

May the New Year bring to all our
customers, friends & family
Health, Joy, Prosperity
and everything good in life

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AND STAFF

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A Healthy & Happy New Year.

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WISH EVERYONE
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AND HAPPY
NEW YEAR

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