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Actress Paulette Goddard (born
Marian Levy in Great Neck,
N.Y.) co-stars with Chaplin, to
whom she was once married.
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Choreographer Jessica Fogel's "We Will Meet
Again in St. Petersburg" will be performed
in Ann Arbor.
Private Benjamin, Fiddler on
the Roof Funny Girl and Annie
Hall are just some of the films
that will air when cable station
TCM runs its 9th annual 31
Days of Oscar festival Feb. 1-
March 2. More than 40 new
titles are among the 345 Oscar
nominated and winning films
that will be screened without
commercial interruption. For a
complete schedule, go to
check your local cable listings.
The U-M University Dance
Company presents Dances for St.
Petersburg, an evening of modern
dance set to the music of Russian
composers, 8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday
and 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 5-8, at Power
Center for the Performing Arts in Ann
Arbor. Among the six dances featured
will be We Will Meet Again in St.
Petersburg, choreographed by U-M
dance professor Jessica Fogel and
based on three poems by Jewish-born
Russian poet Osip Mandelstom (he
later converted to Christianity to
enroll in university). Fogel's dance is
set to both the spoken word and to
music by Dmitiri Shostakovich, Sofia
Gubaidulina and Christoph Gluck.
Translations of the poems are by the
choreographer's father, Ephim Fogel,
one of the few to translate
Mandelstom's works into English. $8-
$20. (734) 764-2538.
The Jewish Community Center in
Oak Park hosts Harpbeat: Around
the World in a Harpbeat, an interac-
tive, award-winning musical concert
for children and the entire family, 2
p.m. Sunday, Feb. 1. Children: $3
ages 3-10/free 2 and under; adults:
$5 JCC member/$7 .nonmember.
Macomb Center hosts Broadway's
Seussical, The Musical 8 p.m. Friday
and 2 and 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 6-7.
$40-$45. (586) 286-2222.
Master of comedy Bill Cosby per-
forms in concert at the Detroit Opera
House 4:30 and 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan.
31. $/i4-$51.50. (248) 645-6666.
THE BIG SCREEN
The Detroit Film Theatre at the DIA
screens a restored 'version of Charles
Chaplin's 1936 classic Modern Times,
a portrait of "ordinary humanity caught
in the ever-grinding wheels of
`progress,'" 7:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 2.
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THE ART SCENE
Ferndale's Lawrence St. Gallery pres-
ents 32 Celebrate, an all members'
exhibition with gallery fundraiser for
Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit,
Feb. 3-28. Artists' reception: 7-10 p.m.
Friday, Feb. 6. (248) 544-0394.
The Harlem Globetrotters play at
the Palace of Auburn Hills 1 p.m.
Saturday, Jan. 31. $14.50-$22.50.
Author and U-M grad Brad
Meltzer signs copies of The Zero
Game (Warner Books; $25.95), his
new political thriller set amongst the
secret workings of the U.S. Capitol, 7
p.m. Thursday, Feb. 5, at Borders,
34300 Woodward, in Birmingham.
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