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December 22, 1995 - Image 65

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-12-22

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. c..1r :t ESCAPE To THE
CARIBBEAN
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Shear Madness has cut
its prices to $10 on
Dec. 24.

ITS THE ONLY SPOT IN TOWN!

Karen Kron, at 2
p.m. Tickets are $14-
$24; call (313) 875-
8284.

DATE: DEC. 24TH

TIME: 9 PM TO 1 AM

PLACE:

J.C.C.

(to be eligible you must purchase tickets by ec. 19)

PHOTO BY SAN TA FABIO

DANCE ALL
NIGHT ...
... to a reggae

a.m.-4 p.m.; $6 adults\$3 kids 2-
12; free under 2; (810) 398-0900.

GO DRAMATIC ...
... because they say that plan-
ning for the holidays can be mur-
der, especially at the Gem
Theatre, where the comedy who-
dunit. Shear Madness is still go-
ing strong after three months in
Detroit and 15 years in Boston,
Chicago and D.C. Performance
is at 4 p .717,. and tickets are half-
off at $10. Call (313) 963-9800.
Donny Osmond takes no holi-
day break from Joseph and the
Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,
which runs at the Masonic Tem-
ple Theatre at 1 p.m. Tickets are
$22.50-$55; call (313) 832-5900.
And the Attic Theatre presents
the funny musical revue "A"...
My Name is Still Alice, featuring

Win a "Fly Away"
To a surprise Hot Spot!

beat. See JN Enter-
tainment's Out &
About page to find
out more about "An
Evening in the
Caribbean."
9 p.m.- 1 a.m. at
the Jewish Commu-
nity Center in West
Bloomfield. Tickets
are $20 advance, $24
at the door. Call
(810) 661-1000.

FOUR ROOMS OPENS
DECEMBER 25
And after a creative day or
night out on the town — if you're
not too hung over from rhumba
and red pop at the JCC's
Caribbean Night — you can catch
a flick on Monday.
It's opening day for Four
Rooms, the ensemble film writ-
ten and directed by Allison An-
ders, Alexandre Rockwell,
Robert Rodriguez and Quentin
Tarantino. The all-star cast in-
cludes Tim Roth, Antonia Ban-
deras, Jennifer Beals, Madonna
and Marisa Tomei. The story
features 12 guests, four scan-
dalous requests and the first day
on the job for one lone bellhop
who's in for a heckuva New
Year's Eve in L.A. ❑

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Tickets

$20 in advance
$24 at the door

es for information & reservations

(810) 66 -7

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Your Tribute Gift helps the agency serve people of all ages,
lifestyles and circumstances.

Top hone in a Tribute Gift or for convenient Tribute Order
Forms, please call (810) 559-1500.

JFS Program and Name Funds are also available to support
specific agency services. Please call 559-1500 for additional
information.

Minimum Tribute Card donation remains only $5.00/card.

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24123 Greenfield Road • Southfield, MI 48075 • (810) 559-1500
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