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Celebrate Passover wi



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From Deli Unique of West Bloomfield

Complete Dinner
Chorosis, Horseradish Root, Parsley & Hard Boiled Egg
Platter of Chopped Liver with Grated Egg & Crudites
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Festival, has been active in commis-
sioning new works from eminent
composers such as George Perle,
Frederic Rzewski, Joseph Schwantner,
Paul Moravec and Stephen Hartke. In
its kinetic Ann Arbor program, titled
"The Only Moving Thing," eighth
blackbird dives full-tilt into the agile
worlds of five of today's most promi-
nent names in music and dance.
Double Sextet (2007), a new Steve
Reich work for eighth blackbird, repre-
sents a return to the rhythmic intensi-
ty and drive that is synonymous with
the Jewish composer's most venerable
works, such as Music for 18 Musicians
and Drumming. Pulsing with energy
and life, the work will feature eighth
blackbird performing live and pre-
recorded simultaneously.
Singing in the Dead of Night (2007),
a UMS co-commission created by
maverick composers David Lang,
Michael Gordon and Julia Wolfe,
with stage direction by seminal New
York choreographer Susan Marshall,
is a continuous weave of music and
motion inspired by eighth blackbird's
distinctive predilection for memori-
zation and the embodiment of their
music through movement.

Film/TV Notes

As I write this, Tony-winning
actress Marissa Jaret Winkour,
35, is still competing on ABC's
Dancing with the Stars — though
I doubt she'll survive into the
later rounds. But Winokur does
have something big to celebrate:
She is pregnant, sort of. In 2002,
Winokur was diagnosed with cervi-
cal cancer and had a hysterecto-
my. The doctors were able to save
her ovaries. Last month, Winokur
announced that a surrogate is now
five months pregnant with her fer-
tilized egg (Winokur is married to
comic writer Judah Miller).
HBO has given a green light to a
new comedy series starring David

Cross (Arrested Development).
Suburban Situation, which will
start filming in May, reunites
Cross, 43, with comic actor Bob
Odenkirk (the two were on Mr.
Show, an HBO sketch-comedy pro-
gram). Their new series has a kind

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eighth blackbird

The members of eighth blackbird
hold degrees in music performance
from Oberlin Conservatory, where
the group first began collaborating.
Members of the ensemble include Tim
Munro on flutes, Michael J. Maccaferri
on clarinets, Matt Albert on violin and
viola, Nicholas Photinos on cello, Lisa
Kaplan on piano and Matthew Duvall
on percussion.
Tickets are $20-$42. (734) 764-2538
or www.ums.org.

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of Odd Couple
theme: Cross,
playing himself,
moves out of his
Hollywood apart-
ment and shares
a suburban house
with a left-wing
David Cross
hippie and a
right-wing flake.
My Blueberry Nights is a
quirky, romantic road picture.
Singer Norah Jones plays a New
York woman whose boyfriend is
unfaithful to her. She leaves town
and travels across the country,
meeting a lot of weird characters
along the way. Among them are a
policeman's wife, played by Rachel
Weisz, and a young woman who
almost takes the Jones charac-
ter for all her money, played by

Natalie Portman.
The film opens Friday, April 25,
at the Landmark Main Art Theatre
in Royal Oak. ❑


Don't miss thistclusiue, intimate performance by the artist who thrilled ---
Public TV audiences with The Sunrise Concert at Masada.

Wednesday, April 9
7:30 Pm

Detroit Public TV Riley Broadcast Center

Pledge $100 now for a pair of tickets
and a complimentary David Broza CD.

Visit the Box Office at dptv.org or call 248/305-3900

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