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The Hot Latkes is a Canadian
Birmingham Temple's Vivace Se-
ries season will open Oct. 2 at group which has been featured
7:30 p.m. with a klezmer group, on CBC radio. The group consists
The Hot Latkes. Klezmer, stem- of one folk singer/dancer and sev-
ming from the 15th century, a eral instrumentalists.
For ticket information, call
kind of Jewish soul music, is a
ragtag of folk themes from Russ- Joyce Cheresh, 647-4632; or Ilene
ian and Polish Jewry and all the Cohen, 288-3953.
byways of the Diaspora.
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f 0 the r theatre
Detroit native Tim Allen will
sponsor Comedy Night III For
Action Against Hunger to bene-
fit Forgotten Harvest. This
evening of comic entertainment
will star comedienne Elayne
Boosler and will be held Oct. 8,
at 8 p.m. at Detroit's Fisher The-
atre. Also appearing will be well-
known local comedians Ken
Brown and John Heffron. Mark
Ridley is emcee for the evening.
Forgotten Harvest collects sur-
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EQUAL OR GREATER VALUE
• Expires 9/30/94
• Not good With Any
• 1 Coupon Per Table
• Not Valid On Ribs
Comedy Night III
For Forgotten Harvest
plus perishable food from bak-
eries, food wholesalers, vending
companies, airlines and other
sources and delivers it to soup
kitchens and shelters in the met-
ropolitan Detroit area. For tick-
et categories, which include a
pre-show reception with the en-
tertainers, call Forgotten Har-
vest, (810) 557-2587 or (810)
MOT's New Season
Opens At Fisher
Michigan Opera Theatre will
open its fall season with Giaco-
mo Pucinni's Madame Butterfly,
Oct. 21-30 at the Fisher Theater.
The Daughter of the Regiment by
Gaetano Donizetti will be the sec-
ond production, also at the Fisher
Theater. From Nov. 11-20, laugh-
ter will abound in this story of a
child found in a battlefield by a
regiment of soldiers who grows
into a tomboyish and determined
Don Giovanni will open MOTs
spring season at the Masonic
Temple, April 22-30. The season
will progress with ballet as Peter
Ilich Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake
is set to motion with choreogra-
phy by Detroit's own Iacob Las-
cu featuring Margaret Illamn
from the National Ballet of Cana-
da as Odette/Odile. The Ballet
will be at the Masonic Temple,
The spring season will come to
a conclusion with Giacomo Pucin-
ni's Tosca, May 13-21.
For ticket information, call