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enemy Ross on the news set ofWILX-TV (Channel 10), an NBC affiliate
in Lansing

But he persisted, and got the report-
ing job in Lansing.
Ross soon won a Michigan
Associated Press award for covering a
train derailment and chemical spill in
Potterville, Mich., and also received
the Michigan Education Association's
President's Award.
This year, Ross won first place in
the Michigan Associated Broadcast
Awards for covering the Michigan
State student basketball riots, and, as
the recipient of three first-place broad-
cast awards from the Michigan
Associated Press, was among the most
individually honored broadcast jour-
nalists in the competition.

rus processional
with candles
during "Sabbath
Prayer," and the
unexpectedly
animated bed-
room set of
"Dream."
Really, any and
all ensemble
moments are
Harold Orbach
highly evocative.
as Tevye
Other standouts
include Alan Ball
as Motel, displaying the transforma-
tive power of love in "Miracle of
Miracles"; the dulcet, pure voice of
Andrea Stein as Hodel (and the great
pipes of Art Beer as Lazar Wolf and
Ken Ebaugh as the Russian tenor/con-
stable); Rachel Kaiman's unhinged
plea as Tzeitel to be allowed to marry
for love; and Evelyn Orbach's med-
dling and certifiable Yente.
Cantor Harold Orbach's cantorial
riff on "If I Were a Rich Man" is

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"The toughest task for a TV reporter
is to visit homes and talk to relatives of
accident victims or military people killed
in the Iraq war," Ross says.
"Some call it sleazy journalism when
camera crews interrupt the grieving
process. But what they don't typically
understand is that some of the rela-
tives often want to tell everyone about
their deceased loved ones and how
wonderful they were; they find com-
fort in baring their souls.
"It's those kinds of moments where
TV journalists receive more compli-
ments than complaints. It doesn't
happen that often, but when it does,
it's very satisfying." ❑

especially notable, though his Tevye's
pacing and delivery take a bit before
full acclimation occurs. The twinkle
you see in his eye is not only appro-
priate for the part, but betrays his
delight to be delivering this role.
Still, there were times Orbach seemed
more reserved, even distant, than one
might have wished, and less robustly
vigorous than a Tevye demands.
Wish No. 2? A page in the play-
bill devoted to the song list.
After 40 years, regarding Fiddler
itself, if one were to conduct an
audience poll on the question "Do
You Love Me?" the people in the
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just far more emphatically.
And, as the lyrics conclude: "It's
nice to know." ❑

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