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July 26, 1996 - Image 93

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-07-26

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$50/VIP; $30/general admission.
State Theatre, Woodward, De-
troit. (313) 963-3813. -

A Little Night Music presents
the Detroit Brass Society, Tues.,
July 30. Performances are held
outdoors at 7:30 p.m. every Tues.
O. Clutch: With Misfits, Anthrax, No charge. OCC-Highland Lakes
Orange 9MM, Cannibal Corpse, Campus, Waterford. (810) 360-
Life of Agony, Fu Manchu and 3186.
Core. 2 p.m. Sun., July 28. $15.
All ages. Phoenix Plaza Am- Satin Dolls: Nostalgic music.
phitheatre, 10 Water Street, Pon- 7:30 p.m. Fri., July 26. Borders
Books and Music, Dearborn. (313)
tiac. (810) 335-4850.
The Schugars: Thurs., Aug 1.
3-D's, 12 Mile and Main, Royal 7th House: Robb Roy, 8 p.m.
Sat., July 27, $6, 18 and over;
Oak. (810) 589-3344.
Tina and the B-Side Movement,
Gershwin Salute: Neeme Jarvi 8 p.m. Sun., July 28, $6,
conducts the DSO. 8P .m. Sun., 18 and over; Howlin'
Aug. 4. $18-$40; $12/lawn. Mead- Maggie, 9 p.m. Thurs.
ow Brook Music Festival, Aug. 1, $6, 18 and over.
Rochester. (810) 645-6666.
7 N. Saginaw, Pontiac.
(810) 335-3540.
On' Birmingham Jazzfest !96: Fea-
turing Marcus Belgrave Quintet St. Andrew's Hall: Sui-
with Ortheia Barnes and Norma cide Machines with the
Jean Bell, 6:30-8 p.m. Fri.; Jaz- Vandals, 8 p.m. Sat.,
zfest entertainment, 11:30 a.m.- July 27, $8, all ages. 421
8 p.m., followed by Geri Allen E. Congress, Detroit.
Trio, 6:30 p.m. Sat., July 26-27. (810) 645-6666.
No charge. Shain Park. (810)
The Shelter at St. An-
drew's Hall: Mustard
18th Annual Yiddish Concert Plug, 6:30 p.m. Fri., July
in the Park: Featuring Klezmer 26, $6; Ash, 6:30 p.m.
Fusion Band. 7 p.m. Sun., July Sat., July 27, $8. All
28. Bring lawn chairs and sun- ages. Downstairs from
shade. No charge. Shepherd St. Andrew's, 421 E.
Park, Church and Northfield, Congress, Detroit. (810)
645-6666 for tickets or
Oak Park. (810) 545-0985.
(313) 961-MELT for in-
Jazz in July presents Marcus formation.
Belgrave Concert. 2 p.m. Sun.,
July 28. No charge. Lawn of the Magic Bag Theatre:
Bloomfield Township Public Li- Mardi Gras Weekend in
brary, Lone Pine at Telegraph. Ferndale: Brian Ter-
ry and the Zydeco Trav-
(810) 642-5800.
elers, 9 p.m. Fri., July 26,
Straw Hat Band: Presented by $5; Earl King with The
Oak Park's Music in the Park. Sun Messengers, 9 p.m.
7:30 p.m. Tues., July 30. No Sat., July 27, $13. Wood-
charge. Shepherd Park, Church ward, north of 9 Mile,
at Northfield. (810) 691-7555.
Ferndale. (810) 544-
The Chisel Brothers featur-
ing Thornetta Davis: Present- The Ark: Coupe de
ed by Southfield's Cultural Arts Grass, Fri., July 26; Biza
Division. Bring blankets, lawn Sompa and the Bichinis
chairs and dinner, or prepared Bia Congo Dance
dinners are available for Troupe, Sat., July 27. 637 1/2
purchase beginning at 6 p.m. Main St. Ann Arbor. (313) 761-
Concert begins at 7 p.m. Wed., 1451.
July 31. Burgh Gazebo, Civic
Center Dr. at Berg Rd. (810) 424- Memphis Smoke: Mystery
Train featuring Jim McCarty,
Fri.-Sat., July 26-27; Chisel
Shot Gun Willie: Southfield's Brothers featuring Thornetta
Concert on the Lawn presents Davis, Tues., July 30; Legendary
country lounge music. 7 p.m. Spirit, Wed., July 31. Corner of
Sun., July 28. Civic Center, Main and 11 Mile, Royal Oak.
26000 Evergreen. (810) 424- (810) 543-4300.
The Deck at Second
Ursula Walker and the Bud- City/Rockin' Reggae Rooftop:
dy Budson Trio: Presented by Black Market, Fri., July 26; Reg-
the City of Troy's Summer gae Ambassada, Sat., July 27.
Sounds series. Bring blanket or Bands begin at 10 p.m. 2301
lawn chair. 7-8:30 p.m. Wed., Woodward, next to the Fox The-
July 31. No charge. Troy Public atre, Detroit. (313) 965-9500.
Library, 500 W. Big Beaver.
Fat Willy's: D.L. Turner and
(810) 524-3484.

Southern Sun, 9 p.m.-1 a.m. every
Wed. 19170 Farmington Rd.,
Livonia. (810) 615-1330.

Sunset Grill: Open blues jam
with Tim Flaharty every Tues-
day. 13 Mile and Novi Road, Novi.
(810) 624-8475.

The Blue Moon: Live music
Thursdays featuring local talent,
9 p.m.-2 a.m. Sunday open jam
sessions 8 p.m.-2 a.m. 3965 Wood-
ward (at Alexandrine), Detroit.
(313) 831-8071.

presents the annual Complimen-
tary Summer Concert Series.
24111 Civic Center Dr., South-
field. (810) 352-0208.

Theatre. Opens Aug. 1 and runs
through Sept. 8. $15-$20/week-
days; $20-$25/Fri.-Sat. 508 Mon-
roe, Greektown, Detroit. (313)


Harmony Codes: Written by
Michael Grady, a Kalamazoo na-
tive, this comedy was one of the
top 12 scripts selected for stage
readings at the Sundance Festi-
val. 8 p.m. Fri., July 28. $20. Pur-
ple Rose Theatre Company,
Chelsea. (313) 475-7902.

Arianna String Quartet: The
prize-winning ensemble will kick
off their residency at the Lyric
Chamber Ensemble's Fourth
Summer Chamber Music Camp
with a concert geared
nfib r i k gm e toward young people
introducing chamber
music. 3 p.m. Sun.,
July 28. No charge.
Oakland University's
Varner Auditorium,
Rochester. (810) 357-


Detroit Symphony
Orchestra: Neeme
Jarvi conducts
Beethoven's Ninth on
Fri. Aug.2; and a
Tchaikovsky Spectac-
ular on Sat., Aug. 3.8
.m. $18-$40/pavilion;
12/lawn. Meadow
Brook Music Festival,
Rochester. (810) 645-


Miss Saigon: The
helicopter descends
on Detroit's Masonic
Temple once again
with the return of the
Cameron Mackintosh
production. Through
July 27. $16-$60. De-
troit. (313) 832-2232.


The Whitney: David Syme, pi-
ano. 7:30-11 p.m. every Thurs.
4421 Woodward, Detroit. (313)

Playscape '96: The
three-week festival of
original plays in-
cludes scripts by local
playwrights Kim Car-
ney, Kitty Dubin,
Elaine Kaiser and Janet Pound.
Shows in rotating repertory. Au-
dience talk-backs following some
performances. Free play readings
by Jewish Ensemble Theatre at
8 p.m. Wed., July 31; Kim Sharp's

Moby Dicks: Blue Suit, Sat.,
July 27. 5452 Schaefer, Dearborn.
A Gift of Stones at 2 p.m., Sun.,
(313) 581-3650.
August 4 and Mosaic Youth The-
Rochester Chop House: Hen- atre at 8 p.m. Wed., August 7.
ry Feinberg, piano. 7-11 p.m. Playscape performances at 8 p.m.
every Wed.-Sat. 306 Main, Thurs.-Fri.; 2 and 8 p.m. Sat.; 2
and 6:30 p.m. Sun., through Aug.
Rochester. (810) 651-2266.
11. $25/festival pass; $10/Thurs.
Golden Mushroom: Schunk, eve.; $15/Fri.-Sat. eve.;
Starr and Dryden, jazz trio, every $12.50/Sat. mat. and Sun. mat.
Fri. 7 p.m. No cover. 18100 W. 10 and eve. Meadow Brook Theatre,
Mile at Southfield Road, South- Rochester. (810) 377-3300.
field. (810) 559-4230.
Tomfoolery: Tom Lehrer's mu-
The Trowbridge: Jerry Stann, sical mixture of arsenic and nos-
2 p.m. Tues., July 30. WQRS co- talgia is presented by the Attic

Let Freedom Sing: An original
1940s musical revue featuring
Birmingham's Joanne Duckman
and presented by the Players
Guild of Dearborn. 8 p.m. Fri.-
Sun., through July 28. $10. Play-
house, 21730 Madison, Dearborn.
(313) 561-TKTS.

Love! Valour! Compassion!:
Terrence McNally's award-win-
ning play of eight gay men. 8 p.m.
Fri.-Sat.. Through Aug. 24.
$12.50. In the courtyard of the
Backpocket Bar, 8832 Greenfield,
south of I-96, north of Joy Rd.,
Dearborn. (313) 582-6260.

The Music Man: The musical is
presented by the Troy Players,
assistant director Daryl Ziegel-
man. 8 p.m. Fri.-Sat., July 26-27.
$12. Troy Community Center,
520 W. Big Beaver. (810) 828-


Eaton Nursery's Ice Cream
Social: The 10th annual event
features Ray's ice cream and live
music to benefit the Multiple
Sclerosis Society. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Sat.-Sun., July 27-28. 5899 W.
Maple, W. Bloomfield. (810) 851-

Earthfest Fundraiser: Mad Po-
etics featuring M.L. Liebler, The
Motown Mayakovsky Poetry
Band and more to benefit Earth-
fest. Wed., July 31. Lili's 21, 2930
Jacob, Hamtramck. (313) 875-

Michigan '50s Festival: Spon-
sored by WOMC-FM, the event
will be held at the Novi Expo
Center. Hours are 11 a.m.-1:30
a.m. Friday, July 26; 9 a.m.-2
a.m. Saturday, July 27; and 6
a.m.-12 a.m. Sunday, July 28.
Parking is $2 on Friday and Sat-
urday and free on Sunday. Tick-
ets are $5 for the Grassroots; $10
for the Marvelettes; $10 for Gary
Lewis & The Playboys. The Teen
Angels' performance is free. The
Danny Vann tribute is $3 for
adults, children 12 and under
free. Car show registration is $15;
car show admission (including

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