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January 19, 2012 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-01-19

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legal issues.
A recent Mamet stage project, Race,
offers another legal drama, running
Jan. 25-Feb. 19 at the Jewish Ensemble
Theatre in West Bloomfield.
JET Managing Director Christopher
Bremer takes charge of the four-person
cast.
"The play deals with a subject that
doesn't get talked about enough:' says

Bremer, whose JET directing credits
include I'm Not Rappaport, The Tale
of the Allergist's Wife and An Inspector
Calls.
"The issue of the accusation of rape,
in this case a black women accusing a
white man, touches on many emotions
and reactions of parents and peers as
well as victims. Could there be subtle-
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The accused, very wealthy and con-
siderably older than the alleged victim,
has chosen a law firm whose partners
are of different races. He thinks that
association will work in his favor.

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January 19 • 2012

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Choreographer initiates a month of
dance at the Berman Center.

Elizabeth Applebaum
Special to the Jewish News

p

oet Maya Angelou once said,
"There is no agony like bear-
ing an untold story inside

of you."
But words can be limiting, trite
and overused, heavy blocks that only
pull the heart further into despair.
For such moments, there is dance.
Carolyn Dorfman is founder
of the Carolyn Dorfman Dance
Company, and her works tell her
unique story as a child of Holocaust
survivors as well as reflect the grace,
beauty, sorrows and struggles of
being human.
Carolyn Dorfman
Her Legacy Project will be per-
formed at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan.
26, and 10 a.m. Friday, Jan. 27, while
speak and the power of dance to really
her Repertory Program will take the
change lives:'
stage at 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 28, open-
She saw the way in which dance is
ing a month of dance at the Berman
both an intimate act that tells a single
Center for the Performing Arts.
story and an opportunity to reflect the
A native Detroiter, Dorfman was an
entire human condition.
8-year-old student at the Julie Adler
The Legacy Project tells her story —
Dance Studio in Oak Park when she
that of a family largely destroyed in the
first understood "the power of dance to Holocaust, parents who spent the war

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