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March 12, 2009 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2009-03-12

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TO DO! Calendar Sponsored by

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Exhibit 2 p.m. Sundays, March 15

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and 22, at the Detroit Institute of

Arts, 5200 Woodward Ave. Free
with museum admission. www.DIA.
org , www.JudySima.com .

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Peruse Irwin Alterman's Haggadah

collection on display through

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Take a look at "Pots" by Warren
MacKenzie, the current show
through April 11, at Susanne
Hilberry Gallery, 700 Livernois,
Ferndale. (248) 541-4700.

Friday, March 20 • 6:00 PM
• CSZ B'nai Israel Center

$18.00 PER ADULT

Professor Howard Lupovitch's
appearance is generously sponsored by
The Sandra Davis Memorial Fund

Coming to a synagogue near you!


2:30 PM - Sunday, May 3

CSZ S outhfield

March 15, at Janice Charach
Gallery, inside the West Bloomfield
JCC. (248) 432-5579,
www.charachgallery.org .

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Generously sponsored by the Sidney J. WI)4and
Melba Winer Creative Arts For Children'Ftlifd

For more information, please call the synagogue office at 248.357.5544

E-mail the best photo from your
family's Passover celebrations
for possible display in the Janice
Charach Gallery at the West
Bloomfield JCC. Send your contact
information and jpg photo to:
gallery@jccdet.org .

Hang out at an all-women's show,
"S.O.B. - Sisters of the Brush,"
through March 28, at Lawrence
Street Gallery, 22620 Woodward,
Ferndale. (248) 544-0394, www.
lawrencestreetgallery.com .

Browse the new paintings of
"Personal Territory" through
March 28, at David Klein Gallery,
163 Townsend, Birmingham. (248)
433-3700, www.dkgallery.com .

Cinema & Stage

Check It Out!

Arts & Culture

Come to an artist reception for
Nikolai Jacobs' show "Menagerie"
6:30-8:30 p.m. Saturday, March
14, at the Woods Gallery, 26415
Scotia, Huntington Woods. Show
continues through April 12. (248)
581-2696, www.woodsgallery.org .

Find items from the Victorian period
through the 1980s at the Bloomfield
Hills Jewelry & Vintage Apparel
Show 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday,
March 14, at the Birmingham
Unitarian Church, 38651 Woodward.
$5. (248) 797-2112.

See the lovely work of Judaica
artist Lynne Avadenka at her
show "Then and Now," opening


March 12 • 2009

Saturday, March 14-April 18, at
Lemberg Gallery, 23241 Woodward,
Ferndale. (248) 591-6623, www.
lemberggallery.com .

Discuss People of the Book by
Geraldine Brooks with facilitator
Sharon Schwartz and the Lunch
& Literature Book Club noon-1:30
p.m. Wednesday, March 18, in
the West Bloomfield JCC Library.
Free. Bring a bag lunch; beverage
and dessert provided. Francine
Menken: (248) 432-5546, fmen-
ken@jccdet.org .

Gather as Judy Sima brings to
life stories of Jewish American
families in fact, fiction and folklore
at a celebration for the Norman
Rockwell American Chronicles

Watch the film You Never Know by
Israeli director Boaz Shahak at a
program about songwriter Rabbi
Shlomo Carlebach 9 p.m. Saturday,
March 14, at Yeshivat Akiva, 21100
W.12 Mile, Southfield. Howie Kahn
will share recollections of the leg-
endary rabbi during an hourlong
kumsitz of Carlebach tunes. $18
includes light refreshments. Mark
Nadel: (248) 356-5663.

Listen to staged readings of new
plays from local playwrights at the
Fireside Festival of New Works 8
p.m. Sunday through Wednesday,
March 15-18, at Performance
Network Theatre, 120 E. Huron,
Ann Arbor. Pay what you can.
(734) 663-0681.

Get engrossed in Un Secret, a
drama about a Jewish boy in post-
World War II Paris who finds a

Too Many Books?

Drop off unwanted books, books on tape,
records, videos, CDs and DVDs on colos-
sal collection day for this year's Bookstock,
the upcoming used book and
media sale, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Sunday,
March 22, at Bloomfield Plaza,
southwest corner of Maple and
Telegraph, Bloomfield Township.
Sorting takes place at same location
10 a.m.-2 p.m. Wednesdays and 1-4
p.m. March 22. Sale dates: April 26-
May 3, at Laurel Park Place, 37700 W.
Six Mile, Livonia. (248) 645-7840,
ext. 365.

mysterious toy in the attic, 7 p.m.
Sunday, March 22, at Temple Beth
El, 7400 Telegraph, Bloomfield
Twp. Dr. Charles Greenberg leads
post-film discussion for the tem-
ple's Reel Israel Film series. Free.
(248) 851-1100, ext. 3149.

March 20-22 and 27-29, at
Lahser High School, 3456 Lahser,
Bloomfield Hills. Show times: 7:30
p.m. Friday and Saturday; 2 p.m.
Sunday. Tickets: $15 adults, $12
seniors/students; group rates
available. (248) 433-0885.

Catch a mid-week movie, The
Believer, a former Sundance
Film Festival selection, 7:15
p.m. Wednesday, March 18, at
Congregation Shaarey Zedek,
27375 Bell Road, Southfield. $2
Sisterhood member, $3 others;
includes snacks. (248) 357-5544,
www.shaareyzedek.org .

Prepare for The Band's Visit, a
charming Israeli movie about
Egyptian musicians stranded
overnight in an Israeli desert town,
7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 25, at
the Oak Park JCC. This is a Lenore
Marwil Film Festival presentation.
$10 at door, but advance purchase
advised: (248) 967-4030.

See the passionate story of
Romeo and Juliet danced by the
American Ballet Theater Friday
through Sunday, March 13-15, at
the Detroit Opera House, 1526
Broadway. Tickets/schedule: (313)
237-7464, www.Michigan0pera.org .

See four actors play more than
40 parts in the musical I Love
You, You're Perfect Now Change,
through March 29, at the Gem
Theatre, 333 Madison, Detroit.
Reduced ticket price: $25 (group:
$20). Tickets/schedule: (313) 963-
9800, www.gemtheatre.com .

Enjoy the strange goings-on of
Rocky Horror Show, the cult-
classic musical staged weekends
through March 15, at Baldwin
Theatre, 415 S. Lafayette, Royal
Oak. This is a community theater
production of Stagecrafters. (248)
541-6430, www.stagecrafters.org .

Explore the story of a German-
Jewish family living in Atlanta in
1939 at Last Night at Ballyhoo 8
p.m. Friday and Saturdays, March
13-14 and 20-21; 2 p.m. Sunday,
March 15, at St. Dunstan's Theatre,
400 Lone Pine, Bloomfield Hills.
Tickets: (248) 737-3587, www.
stdunstanstheatre.com .

Find amusement in the fam-
ily musical Seussical, staged by
Bloomfield Players Community
Theatre Fridays through Sundays,

Explore diversity with the Matrix
Theatre Company's original play,
Decide Tonight, weekends through
April 5, at Matrix Theatre (new
location), 2730 Bagley, Detroit.
People with various disabilities
worked with professional artists
to tell their stories. Tickets: (313)
967-0599, www.matrixtheatre.org .


Attend a Detroit Chamber Winds
& Strings concert featuring bas-
soonist Marcus Schoon 8:30 p.m.
(reception at 8) Friday, March 13,
at Hagopian World of Rugs, 850
S. Woodward, Birmingham. $20
adults, half price for students.
www.detroitchamberwinds.org ,
(248) 559-2095.

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