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March 31, 1995 - Image 83

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-03-31

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MARCO'S DINING AND COCKTAILS

Oakland Universit 's

FINE ITALIAN CUISINE:

MEADOW•BROOK

T H E A T R E

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A Professional Theatre

Lunch & Dinner

The Glass Menagerie

Specializing in Unique Private Celebrations
for All occasions

3275S Cirand

by Tennessee Williams

March 16 - April 9

Rivcr Avenue

A special 50th
anniversary
production of an
American classic



Village Commons Center

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1 :01 Reservalious S10.477.7777

"A magnificent play"
- New York Times

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Cheryl Margolis, Cathy Slavik

Abby, Ann Landers — are
Jewish. "Meddling is natural in
Jewish households," he said.
Some of the Health Club sup-
porters included: Janis Shul-
man, Rae Rudy, Sandy Weiss,
Joan Chernoff Epstein, Lynn
Klein, Helene Kroll, Judy
Gross, Joyce Weingarten,
Jody Seidman, Tracey Wolfe,
Carol Borson and Davida
Robinson.

QUILT MUSICAL

Quilt: A Musical Celebration,

a special theatrical presentation,
will be presented as part of
Michigan AIDS Awareness
Week. The five benefit perfor-
mances will be held April 6-9.
Proceeds from the event will help
local AIDS service organizations.
Marge Samson, Bobbie Sil-
berberg and Michael Phillips
will be producing the play local-
ly. Marty Mandelbaum is the
musical director, while Elaine
Serling is the choreographer.
Some of the actors are: Mar-
jorie Marks, Jay Kaplan, Larry
Miller, Joanna Miller, Lorie
Horowitz and Michelle Efros.
For more information, call Tick-
etmaster or (313) 8634400.

MICHIGAN'S MOST VERSATILE CATERER

For additional Information please call our Info line 737-4-URC

YOU'RE
LOOKING
ATA
LETHAL
WEAPON.

The Lovely Liebowitz Sisters

is now at the Gem through May
28. The musical features nostal-
gic dancing and tunes from the
late 1940s. For ticket informa-
tion, call (313) 962-2913.

ETON ACADEMY

Eton Academy will hold its
sixth annual auction Sunday,
April 2. Peter and Laurie
Winston of West Bloomfield are
chairmen for the event. More
than 200 bottles of vintage wine
will be donated to the auction
through the estates of the late
/---) Sam and Bernice Glossman.
For ticket information, call (810)
642-9919. El

Presented with the
generous support of

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& BLOCKBUSTER MUSIC

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PRESENTS

A MUSICAL CELEBRATION

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educational presentation of
stories for, from and about

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GOOD ANYDAY! ANY HOUR!

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(Excluding Lox Cream Cheese)

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY
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Offer Expires April 6, 1995

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PARTY TRAYS FOR
ALL OCCASIONS

Directed by: Michael Phillips

Matinee & Evening Performances

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APRIL 6-9, 1995

COBO CENTER

THURSDAY

7 PM

APRIL 6

GEM THEATRE

On Monday evening, April 3,
at the Gem Theatre, members of
the Fourth National Touring
Company of Cats will present a
cabaret evening of music and
dance to benefit the Palmer
Fund and Patterson House, a
service organization for AIDS pa-
tients. For ticket information,
call (313) 925-9217.

FOR TICKET
INFORMATION CALL
MEADOW BROOK
THEATRE
(810) 377-3300

1.




FRIDAY

8 PM

APRIL 7

Fact is, more Americans
may die by the fork than by
any other weapon. That's
because so many of them
use it irresponsibly. Like
to fill up on high-fat, high-
cholesterol foods. Foods
that can load the blood with
cholesterol, which can build
up plaque in their arteries,
increasing their risk of
heart attacks and threaten-
ing their lives. So next time
you pick up a fork, remem-
ber to handle it as you
would any other weapon.
For self-defense, not
self-destruction.

1 PM & 8 PM

APRIL 8

1 PM

APRIL 9

ADULTS
$15

STUDENTS

S7.50

GROUP RATES AVAILABLE

FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL

313-863-1400

Through special arrangements with music
Theatre International, N.Y.. N.Y.

Proceeds to benefit:

Simon House, Wellness Networks,
Midwest AIDS Prevention Project and
NAMES Project - Detroit.

MIC_IIIGAN

AIDS'

WEEK

APRIL 5'"-9'" 1995

COBO CENTER

DErROII MICHIGAN

WE'RE FIGHTING FOR
YOUR LIFE

This space provided as a public service.

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