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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-18

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FARMINGTON

14,


likes to change his routine in an
instant as new thoughts come to
mind.
Some new thoughts should be
expressed as Mandel faces his audience
Friday, Oct. 18, at the Palace of
Auburn Hills.
"My act is always geared toward
whatever's going on that particular
night, with the people who are at that
York Times.
particular show, wherever I happen to
"Clara and Gabrilowitsch were
be,"? Mandel has told the Jewish News.
pupils together under Leschetizky in
".It just sort of happens, which makes
Vienna 10 years ago," he told the
newspaper. "We have known him inti-
it more fun.
"I don't pick a subject and try to be
mately ever since. It's not new — the
funny about it. My form of comedy is
engagement. It was made and dis-
just me and my
solved twice six years
personality."
ago. The wedding had to
Mandel, whose
be sudden for
comedy career
Gabrilowitsch's European
began on a dare at
season is ready to begin."
a California come-
When Holbrook first
dy club in 1979,
opened the Twain show,
was spotted by a
he was in his 20s, and it
producer and hired
took four hours to apply
to appear on a
the makeup that would
humorous game
create the look of the
show, Make Me
author at age 70. Now in
Laugh. That led to
his 70s, Holbook goes
numerous talk
through a makeup
show appearances,
process that is noticeably
Hal Holbrook as Mark Twain
a stint as the open-
shorter.
ing act for Diana
A Tony Award-winner
Ross and eventually
for this production,
a continuing role in
Holbrook also turned it
the long-running
-into a television special.
medical series, St.
The actor, whose theater
Elsewhere.
credits include The Glass
Mandel moved
Menagerie and Man of
on to the Emmy
LaMancha, has starred in
Award-nominated
some 50 television
animated children's
movies and more than
series Bobby's World,
30 feature films.
which ran for eight
Holbrook's Twain
seasons and now is
comments on the current
shown in syndica-
events of his time and
tion in 65 coun-
the politicians about
Howie Mandel
tries. As the series
whom he had doubts.
creator and execu-
The monologue changes
tive producer, he was involved with
for every performance depending on
the writing and acting.
the news and the audience. The actor
Mandel also created a series of inter-
finds it amazing that Twain talked
about subjects that 100 years later still
active computer-animated CD-ROMs
aimed at educating children while
appear in the news.
— Suzanne Chessler entertaining them. The series includes

and commentator on the human con-
dition.
Twain, author of The Adventures of
Huckleberry Finn and The Adventures
of Tom Sawyer; planned his daughter's
wedding at his country home with the
Rev. Dr. Joseph H. Twitchell officiat-
ing. The father of the bride was inter-
viewed about the marriage by the New

Howie Mandel

Lil' Howie's Great Word Adventure.
"Religion is a very important part of
my life," says the entertainer, who also
has hosted his own syndicated talk
program, The Howie Mandel Show.
"Nobody will ever see a Yom Kippur
concert with Howie Mandel."
— Suzanne Chessler

Howie Mandel seems to perform regu-
larly in Michigan, but he doesn't
intend to return with the same act.
Known as an improv comedian, he

Howie Mandel will perform 8 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 18, at the Palace of Auburn
Hills. $18-$32. (248) 377 0100.

Mark Twain Tonight will be performed
8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 25
and 26, at the Fisher Theatre, Detroit.
$25-$45. (313) 872-1000

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