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March 25, 2010 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-03-25

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No Bitter Herbs at the Frankel Jewish Academy
just Happy Rachels, Davids, Sarahs, and Sams

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Schedule a visit and experience
FJA happiness for yourself.

"Colleges can't scoop our seniors up fast enough."
— Patti Bostwick, FJA College Counselor

"I love FJA's sense of community. I know I always have someone to rely on:'
— Jessica Kahn, I I th grade

"My son is happier than any high school student has a right to be."
-. Dr. Marty Levinson, father of Gideon, I Oth grade

FJA's new Multi-Year Flexible Tuition Program keeps it affordable for all.

Admissions Office 248.592.5263 ext. 222 • www.frankelja.org

Chekhov's Uncle Vanya

MALY DRAMA THEATER
OF
ST. PETERSBURG
Lev Dodin

artistic director

8
Wed, Mar 24
Thu-Sat, Mar 25-27 8
2
Sun, Mar 28

PM
PM
PM
POWER CENTER • ANN ARBOR

[performance for students]

During the 150-year anniversary of the birth of Anton Chekov,
the legendary Maly Drama Theater of St. Petersburg performs
Anton Chekovis tragicomic masterpiece of dashed dreams,
thwarted love, and eternal longing. Lev Dodin, artistic director
of the company since 1983, directs this definitive interpretation,
complete with costumes inspired by the very first performance
of the play by the Moscow Arts Theater in 1899. In Russian with
projected English translations.

THIS PRODUCTION IS SPONSORED BY THE MAXINE AND STUART FRANKEL FOUNDATION.

THE SATURDAY PERFORMANCE IS SUPPORTED BY THE MEDICAL COMMUNITY ENDOWMENT FUND.

THE SUNDAY PERFORMANCE IS SUPPORTED BY PARTICIPANTS OF THE 2002 SHAKESPEARE BIRTHDAY
CELEBRATION TRIP.

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