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September 23, 1994 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-09-23

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Entertainment

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sitneha and get a deal that will
win you congratulations-all
around.

Whatever the occasion - wedding,
bar mitzvah, anniversary, or holiday -
Southfield Hilton Garden Inn lies a
great deal for you.

Vivace Series
Opens Season

SMALL PRICE

BIG ROOMS

We'll give your visiting guests
spacious. Izaimish accommodations
at our low BounceBack Weekend
rate, plus free continental breakfast.
And we'll give you the perfect setting
for a party or reception, with Kosher
caterers always welcome.

][ Southfield

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For reservations or information, call 1-800 HILTONS. Ask about our corporate rates.

*Offer call,( every Thursday (with Saturday stay), Friday. and Saturday until 12/27/93.
Rate suliject to change. Limited availability. advance booking required.
Rate does not include tax or gratuities and does not apply to meetings, conventions. or other promotional offers.

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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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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-

Your
United Way
Contribution
Has Made Lots Of
Homeless People
Feel Warm
All Over.

ENTREE

WITH PURCHASE
OF ANOTHER ENTREE
EQUAL OR GREATER VALUE

• Expires 9/30/94
• Not good With Any
Other Coupons
• 1 Coupon Per Table
• Not Valid On Ribs

United Way

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Comedy Night III
For Forgotten Harvest

plus perishable food from bak-
eries, food wholesalers, vending
companies, airlines and other
health department-approved
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)
557-GIVE.

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
woman.
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,
May 5-7.
The spring season will come to
a conclusion with Giacomo Pucin-
ni's Tosca, May 13-21.
For ticket information, call
(313) 874-SING.

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