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September 06, 2002 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-09-06

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COMA ANDIEET THOSE DAM% FEET

WINNER! BEST MUSICAL REVIVAL

2001 TONY AWARD S

Father Garabed Kochakian of St. John's
Armenian Orthodox Church,
Southfield

songs of inspiration will be featured.
A moment of silence, a candle-light-
ing ceremony for victims as well as
responsive readings and an honoring
of heroes and service personnel will
take place. A blast of the shofar will
end the service.
"It will be a long blast — the teki-
ah gedolah," Rabbi Krakoff said.
"The shofar is usually sounded to
awaken us to do teshuvah [repen-
tance] Here it will be a symbol that
we need to awaken our souls to find
and celebrate our common humani-
ty. „

Eight choirs, coordinated by the
Rev. Edwin Harlin of Christ
Presbyterian Church in Southfield,
will sing during the service; they will
include a Jewish group, the Zamir
Chorale. The Rev. Harlin is also the
evening's moderator.
"An example of the power of this
event is how the planning committee
has grown since our first meeting on
July 25," Rabbi Krakoff said.
"I would bet this is the impetus for
further coalition building and other
kinds of joint projects," Kellman
said.
"This service is one of the most —
almost ironic things — that came
out of tragedy," Rabbi Krakoff said.
"This is one of the most energizing
efforts that I have ever been involved
with. Everybody is so passionate and
so spiritual and everyone so wants to
be a part of something greater than
ourselves," he said. "There has been a
real deep feeling of God's presence
throughout the way." ❑

2001 DRAMA DESK AWARD • 2001 OUTER CRITICS CIRCLE AWARD

"AN ABSOLUTE KNOCKOUT!

42ND STREET is back from grand effect to minute detail, executed with
my, head,
savvy and sensitivity, As I write this, the songs are buzzing in



and my feet have to be restrained from tapping,"

Simon, New York Magaz - e



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