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Actors appearing in Legacy include, left to- right, Milica Govich (Anna), Inga
Wilson (Vera), Patrick O'Connor Cronin (David) and Robert Langdon Lloyd (Yasha).
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Council for the Arts and Cultural
Affairs and the National Endowment
for the Arts as well as individual
"I developed this program when
I was living in England in the late
1990s and was asked to take it
outside the country as part of a
government program," says Kanter,
artistic director of VOICETheatre, an
international collaboration of stage
artists based in New York who create
new works and explore the classics.
"I found that the configuration
lets us all learn from one another
while creating something larger
than ourselves. I have seen the
development of friendships and
bonds through participation."
Kanter, who has worked in Israel,
also brings teaching experience to
the program. She has been on the
faculty of Manhattanville College in
Purchase, N.Y., and has done short
programs for a variety of theater
centers, including Bowdoin College
in Maine, Performance Exchange in
Scotland, Cameri Theatre in Tel Aviv
and Ashtar Theatre in Ramallah.
Pushing Through was a Kanter
musical theater piece that brought
Israeli and Palestinian actors into
the same touring production.
"Helping young people develop
social consciousness is the most
important goal of the Legacy initia-
tive," Kanter says. "We've been talk-
ing to other theaters about bringing
it to their areas, and I hope we can
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Legacy will be performed Nov.12-22 at the Berman Center for the
Performing Arts, on the Jewish Community Center campus in West
Bloomfield. Curtain times are 5 and 8:30 p.m. Saturdays, Nov.12 and
19; 2 p.m. Sundays, Nov.13 and 20; 7:30 p.m. Tuesday-Wednesday, Nov.
15-16;10 a.m. Tuesdays, Nov.15 and 22, and Thursday, Nov.17; and 6:30
p.m. Sunday, Nov. 20. $10-$20. (248) 661-1900.
Note to students: Young musicians and those interested in the voice
movement chorus can be scheduled for auditions by emailing Evelyn
Orbach at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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Participating Detroit schools
include Renaissance High School,
Mumford High School, Western
International High School and Cass
Technical High School. Salem High
School in Canton also is taking part,
and one more suburban school still
is to be chosen.
The professional cast includes
Milica Govich as Anna, Inga Wilson
as Vera and Patrick O'Connor Cronin
as David. Robert Langdon Lloyd,
who takes the role of Yasha, is
Kanter's husband and appeared in
the European presentations.
Workshop leaders include profes-
sional actors as well as the teaching
staff in the respective schools.
"I became enthusiastic about the
project as soon as I heard about it
from Shauna," says Orbach, who got
to know the writer-director as she
worked on two JET productions,
Women's Minyan and Sleuth.
"I think young people should
know more about the Holocaust, the
dangers of discrimination and the
impact of bullying, and they can
learn about all that directly through
the play and the workshops.
"What's most important is the
attention that's given to respect-
ing and valuing differences among
people while understanding that
people have more in common than
they have differences?'
Funding for the program, which
covers workshops and student tick-
ets and transportation, has come
through the Skillman Foundation,
Community Foundation for
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