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CALENDAR page 77

Still Waters. Through Dec. 31.
Detroit Repertory Theatre. (313)
868-1347.
The Wizard of Oz. Through
December 29. 2:30 p.m. Marquis
Theatre. (810) 349-8110.
"A" My Name Is Still Alice.
Through Dec. 31. Opens tonight.
8 p.m. The Attic's New Center
Theatre, 7339 Third St., Detroit.
(313) 875-8284.
My Favorite Year, starring
Jay Kaplan. Through Dec. 9. 8
p.m. The Village Players, 752
Chestnut Street, Birmingham.
(810) 644-2075.

Saturday, Nov. 25

Sunday, Nov. 26

ART
Lecture: Gibran's Spiritu-
ality. Dr. Juan Cole discusses
themes in Kahlil Gibran's writ-
ings. 2 p.m. Lecture Hall. The De-
troit Institute of Arts. (313)
833-7963.

MUSIC
Battley's Harp & Hammers.
2 p.m. Southfield Public Library.
(810) 948-0470.
Winter Solstice. New acoustic
music. 7 p.m. The Macomb
Center for the Performing
Arts. (810) 286-2222.
Detroit Symphony
Orchestra. Three concer-
tos. 3 p.m. Orchestra Hall.
(313) 962-1000.

ART
Video Program. Video works
by or about artists whose works FILM
Double Happiness.
are on view in the PaineWebber
exhibit. The Detroit Institute of Lively, funny film about a
young aspiring actress. 4
Arts. (313) 833-7963.
and 7 p.m. The Detroit Film
Theatre. (313) 833-2323.
COMEDY
Keithe Ruff. 8 and 10:30 p.m.
Joey's Comedy Club in Paisano's THEATER
Hansel & Gretel. Pre-
restaurant. 5070 Schaefer Road,
sented by Michigan Opera
Dearborn. (313) 584-8885.
Theatre. 3 p.m. Historic
Trinity Lutheran Church,
FILM
Double Happiness. Lively, 1345 Gratiot, Detroit. (313)
funny film about a young aspir- 874-SING.
ing actress. 7 and 9:30 p.m. The
Detroit Film Theatre. (313) 833- MISC.
Loren Estleman,
2323.
Western and mystery
writer will discuss his
FAMILY
Stories and music with work. 12:15 p.m. The
Michael Barrett and Robert Radisson Hotel, Southfield.
Jones. 1 p.m. Borders Books and (810) 424-9039.
Music, Farmington Hills. (810)
737-0110.

MUSIC
Brian McKnight with special
guests Brownstone & D'Angelo.
8 p.m. Fox Theatre. (810) 433-
1515.
Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra. Three concertos. 8:30
p.m. Orchestra Hall. (313) 962-
1000.
Boy George with Eve Gal-
lagher. 7 p.m. State Theatre. (313)
961-5450.

THEATER
A Midsummer Night's
Dream. 8 p.m. Hilberry Theatre.
(313) 577-2972.
Rumpelstiltskin. Presented
by the Greenfield Village Theatre
Company. 11 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.
The Anderson Center Theater in
the Henry Ford Museum. (313)
271-1620.

MIS C.
Contra Dance. 8-11:30 p.m.
All Saints Episcopal Church.
Williams and Pike streets, Lath-
rup Village. (810) 569-7573.

Dream. 10 a.m. The Hilberry
Theatre. (313) 577-2972.

MISC.
Poets Anonymous. Open mi-
crophone. The Gotham City Cafe,
22848 Woodward Ave., Ferndale.
(810) 398-7430.

Wednesday, Nov. 29

COMEDY
T.B.A. with Vince Morris and
Jon Uberroth. Through Nov. 30.
8:30 p.m. Chaplin's Comedy Club

grov joins the DSO. 8 p.m. Or-
chestra Hall. (313) 833-3700.
Vivee Francis and Kim
Webb. The Gotham City Cafe,
22848 Woodward Ave., Ferndale.
(810) 398-7430.

THEATER
Joseph and the Amazing
Technicolor Dreamcoat. Pre-
view. 8 p.m. The Masonic Temple
Theatre. (313) 832-2232. (The
JARC preview on Nov. 29 is sold
out.)

Friday, Dec. 1

COMEDY
Tommy Chong with
Vince Morris and John
Uberroth. Through Dec. 2.
8 and 10:30 p.m. Chaplin's
Comedy Club West, 16890
Telegraph Road, Detroit.
(313) 533-8866.

MUSIC
Detroit Symphony Orches-
tra. Gramophone's "Record of the
Year Artist" violinist Maxim Ven-
grov joins the DSO. 8:30 p.m. Or-
chestra Hall. (313) 833-3700.
Chamber Music Workshop.
Sponsored by the Lyric Chamber
Ensemble. 2-4 p.m. Lahser High
School, Bloomfield Hills. (810)
357-1111.

THEATER
Beyond the Horizon. 2 and
8 p.m. The Hilberry Theatre.
(313) 577-2972.
American Buffalo. 8 p.m.
The Studio Theatre. (313) 577-
2972.
Joseph and the Amazing
Technicolor Dreamcoat.
Through Jan. 28. 2 and 8 p.m.
The Masonic Temple Theatre.
(313) 832-2232.

MISC.
Jay Brand. Adult stories. 8
p.m. Congregation Beth Abraham
Hillel Moses. (810) 851-6880.

FILM
Mamma Roma. A re-
tired prostitute decides to re-
claim her now 16-year-old
son. 7 and 9:30 p.m. The De-
troit Film Theatre. (313)
ART
833-2323.
Lecture. German artist Uwe
MUSIC
Krieger discusses his work with
Detroit Symphony Or- masks and performance art. 2
chestra. Gramophone's p.m. Lecture Hall. The Detroit
"Record of the Year Artist"
Institute of Arts. (313) 833-
violinist Maxim Vengrov 7963.
joins the DSO. 10:45 a.m.
Orchestra Hall. (313) 833- FILM
Mamma Roma. A retired
3700.
prostitute decides to reclaim her
THEATER
now 16-year-old son. 4 and 7 p.m.
Beyond the Horizon. 8 The Detroit Film Theatre. (313)
p.m. The Hilberry Theatre. 833-2323.
(313) 577-2972.
American Buffalo. 8 p.m. MUSIC
Rusted Root with Joan Os-
The Studio Theatre. (313) 577-
2972.
bourne. 7:30 p.m. State Theatre.
Joseph and the Amazing (313) 961-5450.
American Artists Series.
Technicolor Dreamcoat. Open-
ing night. Through Jan. 28. 8 p.m. Contemporary and traditional
The Masonic Temple Theatre. chamber music. 3 p.m. Kingswood
(313) 832-2232.
Auditorium, Cranbrook campus,
1221 N. Woodward, Bloomfield
MISC.
Hills. (810) 851-5044.
20th Annual Potters Mar-
Beaux Arts Trio. 3 p.m. Or-
ket. Sponsored by OCC. 876 Ho- chestra Hall. (313) 833-3700.
race Brown Drive, Madison
The Bridge Ensemble. Spe-
Heights. (810) 544-4974.
cial performance in honor of the
50th anniversary of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee. 3:30 p.m.
Temple Beth El, Bloomfield Hills.
(810) 646-7686.
ART
Double Portrait of Henry THEATER
American Buffalo 8 p.m. The
Geldzahler. Dennis Nawrocki
discusses the sculpture. 2 p.m. Studio Theatre. (313) 577-2972.
Will Rogers' U.S.A., starring
Gallery N283. The Detroit Insti-
James Whitmore. 2:30 p.m. The
tute of Arts. (313) 833-7963.
Toledo Museum of Art's Peristyle
Concert Hall. (419) 243-7000.
FILM
Joseph and the Amazing
Mamma Roma. A retired
prostitute decides to reclaim her Technicolor Dreamcoat.
now 16-year-old son. 7 and 9:30 Through Jan. 28. 1 and 5:30 p.m.
p.m. The Detroit Film Theatre. The Masonic Temple Theatre.
(313) 832-2232.
(313) 833-2323.

Sunday, Dec. 3

'Beyond tl ~ Ibsen'

Eugene O'Neill's Pulitzer Prize win-
ning drama Beyond the Horizon at

Wayne State University Hilberry
Theatre.

Monday, Nov. 27

West, 16890 Telegraph, Detroit.
(313) 533-8866.
JeffJena. Through Dec. 3. 8:30
p.m. Mark Ridley's Comedy Cas-
tle, Royal Oak. (810) 542-9900.

FILM
I Am Cuba. Film about Cuban
Communism. 7 p.m. The Detroit
Film Theatre. (313) 833-2323.
FAMILY
Clueless. Monday Night at the
Stories with Robert del Valle.
Movies. 18 and over. 9 p.m. The
10 a.m. Borders Books and Music,
State Theatre. (313) 961-5450.
Farmington Hills. (810) 737-0110.
MISC.
MISC.
Games Night. The Gotham
Open Microphone and
City Cafe, 22848 Woodward Ave.,
Acoustical Jam. The Gotham City
Ferndale. (810) 398-7430.
Cafe, 22848 Woodward Ave., Fer-
ndale. (810) 398-7430.

Tuesday, Nov. 28

COMEDY
Larry Reeb with Dave Klein
and Frank G. Through Dec. 2.
8:30 p.m. Chaplin's East Comedy
Club, 34244 Groesbeck, Clinton
Township. (810) 792-1902.

MUSIC
King Crimson. 7:30 p.m.
State Theatre. (313) 961-5450.

THEATRE
A Midsummer Night's

Thursday, Nov. 30

MUSIC
American Opera Arias: Art
and Nature. 8 p.m. University
of Michigan Museum of Art, Ann
Arbor. (313) 764-0395.
Jamie Walters. 7:30 p.m. Roy-
al Oak Music Theatre. (810) 645-
6666.
Detroit Symphony Orches-
tra. Gramophone's "Record of the
Year Artist," violinist Maxim Ven-

Saturday, Dec. 2

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