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November 17, 1995 - Image 74

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-11-17

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THE LYRIC CHAMBER ENSEMBLE
presents

THE BRIDGE ENSEMBLE

One of America's fastest rising chamber groups
- bridging the cultures of Russia and America through music

And Now Starring In...

A spotlight on community theater performers in
Arsenic and Old Lace' and 'Steel Magnolias.'

s

Mikhail Schmidt (violin), Susan Gulkis (viola), David Tonkonogui (cello), Karen Sigers (piano)

IN CONCERT

Sunday, December 3, 1995 - 3:30 p.m. Temple Beth El (Telegraph at 14 Mile)

MUSIC BY BRAHMS, MAHLER, SCHNITTKE

Admission: Adults $18 Students/Seniors $15 Children 16 and under - $9
Groups of 10 or more - $12/person

CALL 810-357-1111 FOR TICKETS AND INFORMATION

Lyric Chamber Ensemble, 3000 Town Ctr., Ste. 408, Southfield, MI 48075

Sweet
Dreams

* More than a Bakery
* More than a Coffee House
* More than an Ice Cream Shop
* More than a Candy Shop
* More than a place for lunch...

It's a Sweet Dream come true!

Everything is baked fresh on the premises.

Stop in for coffee, lunch or dessert
and see what we have
in store for your
holiday celebrations!

Ask about a complimentary sample.

6558 Telegraph (at Maple)
in the Bloomfield Plaza
(810) 737-8900

Hours
Mon-Thurs lam-11 pm
Fri & Sat lam-midnight
Sunday 10am-lOpm

o what's a nice
night, she's washing
Jewish boy from
hair, teasing and
West Bloomfield
rolling her way
and Temple Israel
through the show
doing moonlighting as a
while saying her lines
Reverend? He's making
on cue.
his theater debut as Rev-
"It's a little poofier
erend Harper in the clas-
than I would normally
JULIE SMITH
sic murder mystery
do, but I'm nervous,"
YO LLES
comedy Arsenic and Old
says the awkward An-
ART S&
Lace at the Ypsilanti
nelle played by Cohen.
ENTERT AINMENT
Players.
As Annelle, she experi-
EDI TOR
A junior majoring in
ences fun and sad times
theater and finance at
with five other South-
Eastern Michigan University, ern gossips at Truvy's Beauty
Darin Lutwin says that he was Shop.
Patrons who attend
Steel Magnolias are
asked to help the
Haven, the Oakland
County shelter for sur-
vivors of domestic vio=
lence, sexual assault
and child abuse, by do-
nating personal-care
products or cosmetic
items (such as hair
brushes, combs, sham-
poo and conditioner,
nail polish and make-
up).

(left to right) Andrew Jentzen as Teddy
Brewster, Chrissy Burns-Cluster as
sweet murderess Abby Brewster and
Darin Lutwin as Rev. Dr. Harper in
Arsenic and Old Lace.

"finally recognized as someone
with some talent" after pounding
the audition pavement. "I'm only
21 and have to play someone who
is 50-plus. It's really an experi-
ence that'll help me understand
others' perceptions of what's
young and old."
In January, Lutwin will leave
the stage for film when he be-
comes Cop #5 in the upcoming
HBO movie Mamma, Why?, star-
ring Mackenzie Phillips of "One
Day at a Time' fame.
Lutwin's future plans include
pursuing a master's degree in
communication law at U.C.L.A.
and an acting career.
"If all else fails, I will become
president of a local bank."
Arsenic and Old Lace runs this
weekend, Nov. 17-19, at 8 p.m.
Friday and Saturday; and 2 p.m.
Sunday. The production will be
shown at The Little Theatre at
St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 120
N. Huron St., Ypsilanti. Call
(313) 487-PLAY.

A

nd what's a nice Jewish
Girl doing as a born-again
Christian? She's having
a hair-raising time in
Steel Magnolias at Ridgedale
Players. Birmingham resident
Deborah Cohen is a first-grade
teacher in Rochester by day. By

(Left) Deborah Cohen as Annelle and
Nancy Potts as Truvy in Steel
Magnolias.

Steel Magnolias runs Nov. 17-
19, at 8 p.m. Friday and Satur-
day; and 3 p.m. Sunday.
Ridgedale Players is located at
205 W. Long Lake Rd., between
Crooks & Livernois, in Tray. Call
(810) 433-1572.

Za If you know of someone
who's a an`entertaining-kind-
of pemon and is featured in an
upcoming community or pro-
fessional performance -- play,
concert, film, TV program, etc.
— we'd like to know. Send us
detailed information (photos
are appreciated, but, unfortu-
nately, can't be returned) to
JN Entertainment, The Jew-
ish News, 27676 Franklin Rd.,
Southfield, MI 48034)

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