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SIN Entertainment

CALENDAR page 73

Goya and others. Opens Jan. 20
through Mar. 17. University of
Michigan Museum of Art, 525 S.
State St., Ann Arbor. (313) 764-
0395.

Romancing the American
Frontier. Paintings and sculp-

tures from the permanent collec-
tion include works by American
artists Albert Bierstadt, George
Caleb Bingham, John Gutzon
Borglum and Jervis MacEntee.
Through Apr. 7. 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Wednesday-Friday, 11 a.m.-5
p.m. weekends. Detroit Institute
of Arts, 5200 Woodward Ave.
(313) 833-7900

Thomas Cole: The Voyage of
Life features a series of four

paintings from the American
artist. Through April 14. 11 a.m.-
4 p.m. Wednesday-Friday; 11
a.m.-5 p.m. weekends. Detroit In-
stitute of Arts, 5200 Woodward
Ave. (313) 833-7900.

Sol LeWitt. Five new wall draw-

ings. Through Aug. 4. 10 a.m.-5
p.m. Tuesday-Saturday; 10 a.m.-
9 p.m. Thursday; 12-5 p.m. Sun-
day. Special tours on Jan. 14 and
Feb. 4. Apse Gallery, University
of Michigan Museum of Art, 525
S. State St., Ann Arbor. (313) 764-
0395.

Hermitage Gallery. Features

oil re-creations of famous Euro-
pean master artists, including
Rembrandt, Monet, Van Gogh,
Renoir and Vermeer. Open dai-
ly until 7 p.m. 235 Main St.,
Rochester. (810) 656-8559.

AUDITIONS

Dial M for Murder. Players

Guild of Dearborn. 7:30 p.m. Mon-
day and Tuesday, Jan. 15 and 16.
Performance dates: March 15-16,
22-23 and 29-31. 21730 Madison,
Dearborn. (313) 561-8587.

Farmington Community Cho-
rus. For adults 18 years and old-

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er. Musical experience is not
necessary, but is helpful. All sheet
music and practice tapes are pro-
vided. 7:30 p.m Tuesday, Jan. 16.
Farmington Hills Activities Cen-
ter, located on 11 Mile Rd., be-
tween Middlebelt and Inkster.
Call (810) 471-4516 for further in-
formation.

Zamir Chorale of Metropoli-
tan Detroit. Dedicated to include

Jews of all traditions in quality
choral performances from the en-
tire Jewish music spectrum. Au-
ditions before rehearsal at 7 p.m.
Tuesday, Jan. 16. Experienced
singers welcome. For tryout ma-
terials, call at least 5 days in ad-
vance. Birmingham Temple,

28611 W Twelve Mile Rd., east of $14. Power Center, Ann Arbor. "When the Laughter Starts, The troit. Call (313) 881-0224 for time
Middlebelt Road, Farmington Call (810) 763-8587 for tickets or Crying Stops" 1996 film series. and more information.
Hills. (810) 851-2393.
(810) 370-3024 for more informa- Both films will be introduced and
tion.
discussed by Ira Koningsberg,
Dial M for Murder. Stage-
professor of film and English at
crafters. Noon Saturday, Jan. 20,
U-M. No charge. Adat Shalom
and 6 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 21. Per-
Poetry and Music Benefit for
Synagogue. (810) 851-5100.
formance dates: March 8-10, 14-
Striking Detroit Newspaper
17, 21-24. Auditioners should
$1 Monday Night at the Workers. Featuring Robert
bring a recent non-returnable The Wizard of Oz. 2:30 p.m on Movies presents The Usual Sus- Jones, M. L. Liebler, Stewart
photo. All characters require an Jan. 13 and 14. Tickets: $6.50. pects. Jan. 15. 18 and over. Doors Francke, Aurora Harris and Lar-
English accent, with the excep- Marquis Theatre, 135 E. Main open at 8 p.m, movie at 9 p.m. ry Gabriel. 8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 12.
tion of one male role. Scripts are St., Northville. (810) 349-8110.
State Theatre, 2111 Woodward Alvin's, 5756 Cass, Detroit. $5 do-
available for sign out. Baldwin Hansel and Gretel,
Ave.,
next to the Fox Theatre, De- nation at door. (313) 832-2355.
performed
Theatre, 415 S. Lafayette, Royal by the Michigan Opera Theatre. troit. (313) 961-5450.
Oak. (810) 541-6430.
The free performance offers chil- Dirtie Gertie from Harlem, Waka Jawaka/Sister Seed/Re-
stroom Poets. 8:30 p.m. Friday,
dren an opportunity to enjoy the U.S.A., presented by the
Classic Jan. 12. Tickets: $5. Magic Bag,
arts in an informal atmosphere Cinema Series.
Prior to the film,
that invites audience participa- guest lecturer Deborah Preston Woodward, N of 9 Mile, Ferndale.
(810) 544-3030.
tion. 12:45 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 14.
Mike Green with Bill Bauer. Temple Beth El, 7400 Telegraph will give a brief discussion of the
background of the story and the Neeme Jarvi conducts A Mid-
Winner of the NBC Show "So You Rd. (810) 851-1100.
time
in which the film was pro- summer Night's Dream. Jan. 12-
Think You're Funny." Jan. 12-14.
duced.
7:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 19. 13. 8 p.m. Friday, 8:30 p.m.
Sleeping
Beauty,
performed
by
8:15 and 10:45 p.m. Friday and
Saturday, 7:30 p.m. Sunday. the Prince Street Players. A clas- Tickets: $3, includes light re- Saturday. Tickets: $15-$38. Or-
Reservations required. Tickets: sic storybook tale transformed freshments. Room 115 of the chestra Hall. (810) 833-3700.
$6/weeknights, $12/weekends. into an enchanted musical fanta- Southfield Parks and Recreation Shifter CD Release Party for
Comedy Castle, 269 E. Fourth, sy. 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 14. Building, 26000 Evergreen. (810) Black Rubber Signature. 8:30
Tickets: $8.50-$10.50. Michigan 424-9022.
Royal Oak. (810) 542- 9900.
p.m. Saturda, , Jan. 13. Tickets:
Theater, 603 E. Liberty, Ann Ar- Theremin: An Electronic $5. Magic Bag, Woodward, N of 9
Rich Purpura. As seen on HBO bor. (313) 66-TIME.
Odyssey kicks off the 1996 De- Mile, Ferndale. (810) 544-3030.
and A&E. Friday, Jan. 12, and
troit
Film Theatre season. An off-
Family
Storyliving
Workshop,
Saturday, Jan. 13. Just For
beat
documentary of the life of Klezmer Conservatory Band.
Laughs, at Sanctum, 65 E. an interactive trip through
Leon
Theremin, who frequented 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 13, at the
Huron, Pontiac. (810) 334-6512. time about Detroit's great auto
West Bloomfield High School
migration of 1914. After-
Theatre. Reserved tickets are
George Carlin. 7:30 p.m. Sun- wards, families can tour
$25/members and $28/non-
day, Jan. 14. All seats reserved. the new Motor City ex-
members.
General admission:
Tickets: $20. Michigan Theater, hibit at the museum. 2-
$18/members
and $20 non-
Ann Arbor. (313) 99-MUSIC.
4 p.m. Sunday, Jan.
members. Seniors/Students:
14. Tickets: $6/adults,
$12/members and $15/non-
Tim. Wilson with Keith Ruff. Jan. $4/children, includes mu-
members. Call the JCC to or-
17-21. Reservations required. Tick- seum admission. Call for
der tickets at (810) 661-7649.
ets: $6/weeknights, $12/weekends. registration. Detroit His-
Comedy Castle, 269 E. Fourth, torical Museum, 5401
Alan Wasserman Trio.
Royal Oak. (810) 542-9900.
Woodward: (313) 833-
Jazz. 9 p.m.-midnight Friday,
1198.
Jan. 12, and Saturday, Jan.
Dan Carlson, one of "Chicago's
13. Envoy Cafe, 33210 W 14
Disciples of Comedy." Jan. 18-20. Snow White & the Sev-
Mile, West Bloomfield. (810)
Just For Laughs, at Sanctum, 65 en Dwarfs, a concert. 11
855-6220.
E. Huron, Pontiac. (810) 334- a.m. Saturday, Jan. 20.
6512.
Tickets: $1.50, $6/family.
Lyric Chamber Ensemble
Oak Park Community
presented by the JCC. 4 p.m.
Open Mike Night 8:30 p.m. Center, 14300 Oak Park
Sunday, Jan. 14. Tickets:
every Tuesday. Entertainment
Blvd. (810) 691-7555.
$12/non-member; $10/mem-
provided by `Totally Unrehearsed
bers
and student/senior non-
Theater" featuring Gilda Hauser. Norman Foote, singer,
members; $8/student and
Comedy Castle, 269 E. Fourth, songwriter and hum- Opening tonight through
Jan. 27, I Hale Hamletis
senior members. Janice
Royal Oak. (810) 542-9900.
orist. 11 a.m. Saturday, presented by the Players
Charach Epstein Museum c/
Jan. 20. Tickets: $6. Guild of Dearborn. A
Gallery. (810) 661-7649.
Open Mic Nite 8:30 p.m. every
Meadow Brook Theatre,
Wednesday. Entertainment pro- Rochester. (810) 377- comedy about a bad TV
actor (Ross Grossman,
Roger Williams spins piano
Elias plays the
vided by "Totally Unrehearsed 3300.
right) who is inspired by the Allan
music with a mixed bag of
epitome
of
an
L.A.
Theater" featuring Gilda Hauser.
ghost of John Barrymore
classic and pop tunes. 7 p.m.
agent in I Hate Hamlet.
Just For Laughs, at Sanctum, 65 Waginogan: The Gath- (Sergio filautone, left).
Call (313) 561-TKTS.
Sunday, Jan. 14. Tickets:
E. Huron, Pontiac. (810) 334- ering Place. A replica of
$24/adults, $22/students and
6512.
an Indian "gathering
milieus as different as the N.Y. senior citizens. Macomb Center for
place" has been created. Satur- avant-garde music world and Performing Arts. (810) 286-2222.
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days and Sundays through May the inner circles of the K.G.B. 7
5. 1-4 p.m. Cranbrook Institute of and 9:30 p.m. Friday and Satur- Blue Tuesday. Live Blues en-
Science, 1221 N. Woodward Ave. day, Jan. 19-20; 4 and 7 p.m. Sun- tertainment hosted by WDET's
Michigan Choreographers (810) 645-3224.
day, Jan. 21. $5.50 and $4.50/ Famous Coachman. 10 p.m. Tues-
Project III. A performance by
Founders Society members. DIA, day, Jan. 16. Tickets: $3. Magic
the Eisenhower Dance Ensemble,
5300 Woodward Avenue, Detroit. Bag, Woodward, north of 9 Mile,
featuring special guest musicians
Ferndale. (810) 544-3030.
(313) 833-2323.
the Immigrant Suns. Tentative
Detroit Filmmakers Coalition Michael Zaporski. Jazz and
repertory for the project includes
work by some of Michigan's most Yidl Mitn Fidl at 7 p.m. Sunday, presents the Monthly Indepen- standards. 6:30-11 p.m. Jan. 17-
powerful choreographers. 8 p.m. Jan. 14, and Annie Hall at 7 p.m. dent Film Showcase on Tuesday, 18. Envoy Cafe, 33210 W 14 IViile,
Saturday, Jan. 13. Tickets: $10, Sunday, Jan. 21. Presented by Jan. 23, at 1515 Broadway, De- West Bloomfield. (810) 855-6220.

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