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September 24, 2004 - Image 65

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-09-24

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January 19
February 13, 2005

Directed by:

Yolanda Fleischer

The life stories of a Jewish mother, her
daughter and granddaughter are explored
in From Door to Door. The comedy focuses
on three generations of the same family,
spanning 65 years, from 1935 to the pres-
ent. The play begins in the present, with one
of the women sitting shiva for her husband,
when something prompts her to reflect back
on her life. The play, whose title is a refer-
ence to a phrase in the Hebrew prayer book,
"l'dor v'dor," which means "from generation
to generation," examines how we take what
we get from our parents and then make
choices about what we will - and won't --
pass on to our children.

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