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FAMILY FUN

Youtheatre presents a musical
adaptation of The Little Engine
That Could 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday, March
15-16, at Southfield's Millennium
Centre. $8-$10. (248) 557-7529.
Jewish Ensemble Theatre hosts a
public performance of Frances
Goodrich and Albert Hackett's The
Diary of Anne Frank 3 p.m. Sunday,
March 23, in the Scottish Rite
Cathedral Theatre at Detroit's
Masonic Temple. $15 adults/$6 stu-
dents. A Holocaust survivor will
speak following the performance.
(248) 788-2900.

THE ART SCENE

Royal Oak's Arnold Klein Gallery
hosts the exhibition Books, showcas-
ing the book art of more than 30
artists, March 14-April 12. Opening
reception: 6-8 p.m. Friday, March
14. (248) 647-7709. In conjunction
with this exhibit, the handmade
artist's books of Karen Klein will be
on display throughout the month of
March at the Southfield Public
Library. (248) 948-0470.
Ferndale's Revolution Gallery pres-
ents the paintings of New York artist
Brenda Goodman March 15-April 26.
The Detroit-born Goodman will
appear at an artist's reception 5-7 p.m.
Saturday, March 15. (248) 541-3444.

In a marked change from most
Broadway shows, where one cast
performs eight times a week,
three different sets of opera prin
cipals alternate in La Boheme.
"When we were working on
Rent, the creators needed to throw
away La Boheme in their minds,
as it was like working on an origi-
nal musical," says Seller. "On the
other hand, [our Broadway pro-
duction of] La Boheme is trying
to stay true to Puccini. We want
to maintain our loyalty to Puccini
and make ourselves true to audi-
ences in 2003."
La Boheme will come to
Detroit in the future, but dates
for the road company haven't'
been set yet.
"Both Rent and La Boheme are
great pieces of theater," says

Ariana Gallery in Royal Oak fea-
tures Mug Shots, in which more
than 20 artists display their interpre-
tations of the modern mug, March
15-April 2. Opening reception: 3-5
p.m. Saturday, March 15. (248) 546-
8810.
Detroit art historian and critic
Hope Palmer speaks on
"Contemporary Art, Contemporary
Dilemma," in an Institute for
Retired Professionals lecture 1-2:30
p.m. Friday, March 21, at the Jewish
Community Center in West
Bloomfield. (248) 661-1000.
Pewabic Pottery celebrates its cen-
tennial Saturday, March 15, at its
facility at .10125 E. Jefferson, in
Detroit. Hourly tours take place 11
a.m.-6 p.m., with demonstrations,
birthday cake and refreshments. Free.
(313) 822-0954, Ext. 125.

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Michigan Home and Garden
Antiques Market visits the
Southfield Municipal Complex
2 9 p.m. Friday, noon-8 p.m.
Saturday and noon-5 p.m. Sunday,
March 14-16. $7/free under 13.
(586) 469-1706.
The annual Kennel Club Dog
Shows return to Cobo Center 9
a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday,
March 15-16. $8 $10/family packs
available. (248) 352-7469.

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Seller. "They both have young,
sexy cast members and are both
over the roof on talent."

—Alice Burdick Schweiger

Rent will be performed 8
p.m. Tuesday-Friday, 2 and 8
p.m. Saturday and 2 and 7:30
p.m. Sunday, March 18-23,
at the Detroit Opera House.
$20-$55.50. Opening night,
the best seats are $42.50; the
two front rows of the orches-
tra will be made available at
the DOH box office for $20
at every performance two
hours prior to show, cash
only, limit of two tickets.
Info: (313) 872-1000; tickets:
(248) 645-6666.

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