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arts & entertainment >> editor's picks

Save the date for the Jewish Ensemble Theatre's 8th annual

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About

Red Thread magazine
about her new book,
Hot Sex: Two Hundred
Things You Can Try
Neil Sedaka
Tonight (Weldon Press).
joins the Detroit
The San Francisco
Symphony
resident, currently
Orchestra for Pops
Gail Zimmerman
working toward a Ph.D.
concerts at 10:45
Arts Editor
in human sexuality, is
a.m. Friday, 8 p.m.
the host of an advice
Saturday and 3 p.m.
and interview show about sex on
Sunday, June 15-17, at Orchestra Hall.
emilymorse.com . Now, the Jewish sex
Tickets start at $19. (313) 576-5111;
expert and U-M grad will be featured
dso.org.
on Miss Advised, a new Bravo docu-
Palmer Woods Music in Homes
series about three single relationship
presents the A. Barefield Super
experts who make a living dispensing
String Quartet — featuring guitar-
dating advice but struggle to make
ist A. Spencer Barefield, violinist
their own love connections.
Jannina Barefield Norpoth, violist
In the premiere episode, at 10 p.m.
John Madison and bassist John-Paul
Monday, June 18, dating columnist
Norpoth — at 8 p.m. Friday, June 22,
playing a mix of avant-garde jazz and
Julia Allison makes a big move to
Los Angeles on a quest to find Mr.
classical music. Jannina, the daughter
Right. Matchmaking maven Amy
of Spencer and Barbara Barefield,
Laurent, who has built an empire in
has been a featured performer along-
side Itzhak Perlman. $35/all tickets
New York City by bringing matches
together, struggles to follow her own
must be purchased in advance (loca-
guidelines when an old flame comes
tion in Palmer Woods will be pro-
vided). (313) 891-2514; palmerwoods. back to town (Laurent's book, 8 Weeks
to Everlasting [Griffin/St. Martin's],
org/music-in-homes.
will be released next month.) And
Morse, on a life mission to help
ON THE STAGE
people have better sex, proclaims that
monogamy is an epidemic; but when
The Hilberry Theatre presents Ric
her happily married brother comes
Averill's adaptation of Hans Christian
to visit, she admits that she would be
Andersen's The Ugly Duckling, in
open to falling in love.
which a lonely duckling searches for
his identity and tries to become a
THE ART SCENE
turkey, a goose, a dog, a cat, a hen and
even a human child before finding his
George Nelson, one of the most
place and his happiness, at 10:30 a.m.
influential figures in 20th-century
June 19-22, 26-29 and July 5-7. 4743
American design, was design director
Cass Ave., Detroit. $5 for children/$8
at the Zeeland-based furniture
for adults/$5 per ticket for groups of
manufacturer Herman Miller for more
10 or more. (313) 577-2972; bilberry.
than 20 years and traveled in the same
corn.
circles as the legendary architects
and designers at Cranbrook, which
LAUGH LINES
also was playing a defining role in
the development of Modernism. This
Bill Maher was raised in his Irish-
shared Michigan history comes to
Catholic father's religion and didn't
life in the exhibition George Nelson:
find out his mother was Jewish until
Architect, Writer, Designer, Teacher,
he was 13."I was so traumatized by
an exhibit from Germany's Vitra Design
the Catholic experience that I never
Museum, which runs June 16-Oct. 14 at
thought to ask, `Why doesn't Mom
Cranbrook Art Museum in Bloomfield
go to church?" he told Time. The
Hills. Numerous furnishings by Nelson
controversial host of HBO's Real
form the core of the exhibition. More
Time and writer/star of the comic
info: (248) 645-3320; cranbrook.edu .
documentary Religulous ("I preach
The Detroit Institute of Arts
the doctrine of don't know'; I don't
celebrates the return of Pablo
know, and I don't think it should
Picasso's Melancholy Woman (after
matter") brings his standup to
having
been on loan to several
Wharton Center's Cobb Great Hall
prestigious
museums over the past
in East Lansing at 7 p.m. Sunday,
two
years)
with
the exhibition Five
June 17. $35-$65. (517) 432-2000;
Spanish
Masterpieces,
on view June
whartoncenter.corn.
21-Aug. 19, with works also by Goya,
El Greco, Dali and Velazquez. Free
THE SMALL SCREEN
with museum admission. (313) 833-
7900; dia.org.
In December, Farmington Hills
native Emily Morse spoke with

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