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retrospective as well as 36 short films
Chaplin made during his career
accompany the documentary and air
throughout March. Check your local
cable listings.

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Cranbrook Institute of Science's
30th annual Maple Syrup Festival
takes place Saturday and Sunday, Feb.
28-29. For more information, call
(877) 462-7262.
Disney on Ice's Disney/Pixar's
Monsters, Inc. visits the Palace of
Auburn Hills with nine performances
Wednesday-Sunday, March 3-7. Call
for show times. $15-$50; opening
night: $10. (248) 645-6666.
Under the musical direction of
Marty Mandlebaum, Bloomfield
Players presents Honk!, an intergener-
ational musical adaptation of Hans
Christian Andersen's The Ugly
Duckling that celebrates diversity, 7:30
p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2
p.m. Sundays, March 5-14, at
Andover High School in Bloomfield
Hills. Opening night is a benefit for
SCAMP, a camp for children with
special needs. $12. (248) 433-0885.

THE ART SCENE

Using a combination of acrylic,
water-based media and collage materi-
als, artist Prudence Bernstein shows
her work in an exhibit tiled "My
Vision" through March 29 at the
Woods Gallery (located in the lower
level of the library) in Huntington
Woods. (248) 543-9720.
On Thursday, March 4, David Klein
Gallery in Birmingham debuts First
Thursday, in which the gallery will
open its doors the- first Thursday of each
month until 8 p.m. to showcase its
exhibitions in a cocktail party atmos-
phere. The premiere, tided
"Introduction," features works by Lester
Johnson, Alex Katz, Victor Rodriguez
and Doug Wada. (248) 433-3700.
Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center
hosts the 23rd annual Michigan Fine
Arts Competition, which draws more
than 300 up-and-coming Michigan
artists as applicants, March 5-April 9.
(248) 644-0866.
Ferndale's Lawrence Street Gallery
presents Abstract Oddysey, a two-
person show featuring the work of
Anita Boulan-Stromberg and Sri
Guha, March 2-27. Artists' recep-
tion: 7-10 p.m. Friday, March 5.
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