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August 03, 2006 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2006-08-03

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"Barney Miller" celebrates Temple
Shir Shalom's 18th anniversary in
Broadway-based concert.

Suzanne Chessler
Special to the Jewish News


al Linden has connected
with Michigan audiences
through his sitcom char-
acter Barney Miller, as a stage per-
sona at the Fisher Theatre and as a
spokesperson for the Jewish National
Fund — but his next appearance is
strictly a reflection of himself.
Linden, a singer and clarinetist as
well as an actor, performs in concert

Saturday evening, Aug. 5, to cel-
ebrate the 18th anniversary of West
Bloomfield's Temple Shir Shalom.
The production is scripted, so there
will be a certain amount of theatri-
cality with a beginning, middle and
"Come see the show, and you'll
learn a lot about me," says Linden,
75, who continues to divide his work
time among concerts, theater pieces
and TV shows. "It's very revelatory.
"Because the concert is based on

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