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be-controversial new talk shows on
lowing the performance: March 6:
Friday nights: Real Time with Bill
Lonnie Bates, Detroit city council-
Maher airs live 11:30 p.m.; the Da Ali
man, Ariela and Asa Shani, of Seeds
G Show, in which British Jewish
of Peace, and Kary Moss, executive
comedian Sacha Baron Cohen con-
director, ACLU; March 13: Wendy
ducts a quirky interview show as his
white hip-hop "journalist" alter ego,
tor, ACLU, and Joel Bruss, ADL vice
follows at 12:30 a.m. Check your
president; March 20: Richard
Lobenthal, board member ACLU,
and Judge Nancy Edmonds; March
27: Jackie Washington, ACLU of
Michigan president, Sue Hamilton
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra's
Detroit, and Joan Israel, WAND
Young People's Concert Series offers
board member. For more information,
"Let's Get In the Mood,"' featuring
call JET, (248) 788-2900.
selections from Vivaldi's The Four
Wayne State University's Hilberry
Seasons and Beethoven's "Pastorale"
Theatre debuts its production of
Symphony, 10 and 11:30 a.m.
Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar
Saturday, March 1, at Orchestra Hall.
Named Desire 8 p.m. Friday and
$10-$36. (313) 576-5111.
Saturday, March 7-8; it runs in reper-
PuppetART/Detroit Puppet Theatre
tory through May 8. Call for show
presents Close the Window, based on
times. $12-$20. (313) 577-2972.
. a Yiddish folktale, 2 p.m. Saturdays,
Troy's Ridgedale Players presents Do March 1-30. $7 adults/$5 children/$8
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workshop following performances.
Reflect Up?, a musical in the vein of
iVunsense pointing fun at Catholic
school traditions, 8 p.m. Fridays and
Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays, March
THE ART SCENE
7-30. $15. (248) 988-7049.
The Print Gallery in Southfield
exhibits fine art posters by Roy
Lichtenstein through April 7. (248)
THE BIG SCREEN
The Detroit Film Theatre at the
Pontiac's Lawrence Street Gallery
Detroit Institute of Arts screens first-
hosts its seventh annual Annual
time director Neil Burger's Interview
Exposures: Photography '03
with the Assassin, a multi-layered
Competition and Exhibit March 5-
thriller about obsession, desperation
28. Opening reception: 7-10 p.m.
and hunger for notoriety that is never
Friday, March 7. (248) 334-6716.
quite what it seems, 7:30 p.m.
Monday, March 3. $6.50. (313) 833-
The Redford Theatre hosts a new
Aaron Seller ("Goose") is the new
print of Mel Brooks' 1968 classic
DJ at \IVWCK-FM 105.5 in Flint.
comedy The Producers 8 p.m. Friday
Catch him on the air 7 p.m.-midnight
and 2 and 8 p.m. Saturday, March 7-
8. Organ overture begins one-half
hour before show time. $3. The the-
ater is located at 17360 Lahser Road
at Grand River; tickets available at the
THE SMALL SCREEN
A concert special, Carole King: A
New Colour in the Tapestry, airs 10
p.m. Sunday, March 2, on WTVS
— Channel 56.
Showtime presents Salt
Lake 2002: Bud Greenspan's
Stories of Olympic Glory 9
p.m. Monday, March 3.
Check your local listings.
HBO hosts two sure-to
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