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December 22, 1995 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-12-22

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Nutcracker North

Brian Orser scored three perfect 6.0s for artistic impression during his last amateur competition in 1988.

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on't bother taking off your mittens, ear-
muffs and parkas because Nutcracker
on Ice is skating in to the Palace tonight
for one show only.
The holiday spectacular features a rainbow of col-
ors — gold, bronze and silver, that is. Olympic gold
medalist, five-time U.S. champion and three-time
world champion Peggy Fleming plays the Sugar Plum
Fairy; and the triple axel king and two-time Olympic
silver medalist Brian Orser guest stars as
Drosselmeier, Clara's godfather.
Detroiter Nicole Bobek, who currently trains in

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West Bloomfield and is a U.S. national championship
bronze medalist, skates to the title role of Clara.
Bloomfield Hills resident Todd Eldredge became the
youngest U.S. champion in 24 years in 1990 and has
won several U.S. titles. Eldredge plays the Nutcracker
Prince.
— Julie Smith Yolles
marligrs
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Nutcracker on Ice
Dec. 22, at 8 p.m. at the Palace o
Tickets are $20 ark 50 and are av
calling Ticke



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