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November 05, 2004 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-11-05

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NEW YORK'S "JEWISH SOUL" MUSICAL COMES TO DETROIT!

Your Ancestors live again in...

Jay
Khakis'

Stoop on Orchard Stree

DIRECT FROM NEW YORK!!

"THE WORTHY SUCCESSOR TO FIDDLER."

Take a nostalgic trip back to the year 1910. Share the trials and triumphs of the
Lomansky family and their "stoop" friends as they strive to live the American dream
in the teeming tenements of the Lower East Side of New York. Don't miss this big
musical with 18 original and hummable songs and a cast of 24.
Breaking records everywhere it plays, A Stoop On Orchard
Street is the must see musical with "Jewish Soul."

"It's a hit!" New York Times

"An extremely enjoyable musicaL..a glimpse into
Jewish immigrant life of New York's Lower East
Side...I loved the ending!"
-Dr. Ruth, TV personality, Therapist, Author, Lecturer

"The perfect show that conveys to 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation Jews,
the price their grandparents paid to build a life in America!"-June
Walker, National President of Hadassah

"...one of the finest pieces of musical
theatre anywhere..."-BEST OF publishers

"...a modern musical with a sentimental longing for the past. What
makes this theater experience successful is its heart and Jewish soul."
-Thane Rosenbaum, novelist and essayist on Jewish art and culture

ZAGAT® rates it EXCELLEN ► -Wall Street Journal Survey says
"smart story, well-crafted songs...not a dry eye in the house."

SHOWS WILL SELL OUT! ORDER TICKETS SOON! DIRECT FROM NEW YORK!

SELIGMAN PERFORMING ARTS CENTER AL.
DETROIT COUNTRY DAY, 22305 W. Thirteen Mile Rd.
For tickets, call 248-645-6666 or...
go online at www.ticketmaster.com .
Tue. Wed. Fri.
Sat. Sun.
For group rates only, call 877-358-7764.
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8pm 8pm 2pm & 2pm & 3pm &
8pm 8pm 7pm

For more information about this critically acclaimed
production visit www.astooponorchardstreet.com

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