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December 02, 1994 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-12-02

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The Cultural Commission of

Congregation Shaarey Zedek

Invites You to Attend

The 12th Annual

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and glory of God, with the weak-
ness, confusion and fragility of
human existence. But that same
tradition issues the bold state-
ment that "When the righteous
person issues a decree, the
Almighty carries it out."
If we want to achieve our
moral purpose with all our heart
and soul, God will help us to ex-
ercise that will. This helps ex-
plain the miracle of Jewish
survival, which we affirm this
week of Chanukah: It was not
fate that has enabled us to en-
dure and create as a people, de-
spite the oppression and cruelty
to which we were subjected.
We lived by commitments that
were so strong and compelling
that the persecution of our ene-
mies and the hostility of our en-
vironment could not break our
spirit. Therefore, we are chal-
lenged to discover the area of free-
dom in which to make our moral
choices, to shape decisions
uniquely our own and to demon-
strate that we are the masters of
our destiny. ❑

MIN441 .4 1
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• Temple Israel
Schedules Concert

H AN

SUNDAY, DEC 4, 1994

at 7 p.m.
in the Main Sanctuary

Shaarey Zedek
27375 Bell Rd. & 11 Mile Rd.
Southfield, Ml

The Laker Chanukah Concerts, from their incep-
tion, have brought a more festive approach to the
local observance of Chanukah. The concerts also
make our community aware of the rich heritage of
music that has been created as an aesthetic
response to Jewish festivals and events in history.
They also serve to effectively bolster the Jewish
identity of our young people, many of whom have
been inundated with music from other religions all
their lives.

Bring the Entire Family

For this Festive
Celebration of Chanukah

Sponsored by the

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STARRING

PRUCIE AD LEER

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Actor-Song & Dance Man comes
home to Yiddish Theatre in The
Golden Land and is currently fea-
tured in the smash hit Broadway
musical, Crazy for You for which he
received a Tony Award nomination as
Best Featured Actor in a musical.

Adler has appeared in Guys & dolls -
The Rothschilds, Come
Blow Your Horn, Cabaret
- They're Playing Our
Song and more.

ZA M EN MI LOT 11-1"k

Zalmen Mlotek, known for his recently
released album The Pearls of Yiddish
Song , joins as accompanist with Adler
for an evening of entertainment. Mlotek
was co-author and musical director of
the Yiddish-English Broadway musicals
Mose Were the Days and On Second
Avenue.

Children of Hillel Day School Choir and the Shaarey Zedek Youth Choir will be singing Chanukah songs as an added
feature in the program which will also include a Yiddish sing-along, conducted by Zalman Mlotek.

David Fisher

Temple Israel invites the com-
munity to enjoy the Jonathan
Miller concert scheduled for Dec.
11 at 3:30 p.m., when David
(Dudu) Fisher, renowned for his
interpretation of Jean Valjean in
Les Miserables, will entertain.
accomplished tenor, he per-
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formed his role on Broadway and
over 600 times in Israel. He has
appeared with the Israel Phil-
harmonic Orchestra conducted
by Zubin Mehta on French TV.
He is a cantor in Israel and South
Africa and his repertoire includes
opera and Broadway favorites.
The Temple Israel Sisterhood
is co-sponsoring this program, to
Mi which the community is invited.
For information and complimen-
tary tickets, call the temple office,
(810) 661-5700.

ADMISSION is FREE

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