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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-07-19

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winning musical, originally
produced on Broadway in
1960 and inspired by the
headlining news of Elvis
Rock Band O.A.R.
Presley being drafted in 1958,
— including Jewish
features music and lyrics by
members lead sing-
Charles Strouse and Lee
er/guitarist Marc
Gail Zi mmerman
Adams. 415 S. Lafayette,
Roberge, drummer/
Art Editor
downtown Royal Oak. Show
percussionist Chris
times are 7 p.m. Thursday, 7
Culos and bassist
p.m. Friday, 3 and 7 p.m. Saturday and 1
Benj Gershman — take the stage at
p.m. Sunday. $6 youth/$10 adult. (248)
Meadow Brook Music Festival at 7 p.m.
541-6430; stagecrafters.org.
Saturday, July 21. Rebelution opens the
show. $36.50 pavilion/$25 lawn. (800)
745-3000; palacenet.com


Jacqui Robbins directs the Penny Seats,
Ann Arbor's new-ish local theater com-
pany, in a production of She Loves Me,
the 1963 Sheldon Harnick-Jerry Bock
(Fiddler on the Roof) musical comedy
with a book by Joe Masteroff. The
script was adapted from Miklos Laszlo's
play Parfumerie, set in pre-World War
II Budapest, as two rival employees of
a perfume shop become unwitting pen
pals in a romantic correspondence.
Parfumerie also was the basis for Ernst
Lubitsch's 1940 classic film, The Shop
Around the Corner, 1949's musical film
version, In the Good Old Summertime;
and Nora Ephron's more recent Internet
version, 1998's You've Got Mail.
"The comedy is just priceless and
experiencing it outdoors on a summer
evening will create a particularly idyllic
and inviting atmosphere says Penny
Seats President Lauren London.
She Loves Me will be presented at 7
p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays, July 26-28,
Aug. 2-4 and 9-11, at the West Park Band
Shell at Ann Arbor's West Park, between
Miller and West Huron. Tickets are $10
(age 12 and younger admitted for $7)
online and at the gate. The Penny Seats is
partnering with What's Cooking to offer
picnic dinners for pre-order. Info and
tickets: (734) 276-2832; pennyseats.org .


To celebrate its 40 year-history before
closing down for renovations, the Maple
Theater in Bloomfield Township is
showing "undisclosed" classic films
from the American Film Institute's top
25 films of all-time through Sunday, July
22. Info and show times: (248) 855-9091;
themapletheater. com .


Put on a happy face at Royal Oak's
Baldwin Theatre as Stagecrafters Youth
Theatre presents the rock 'n' roll-infused
musical Bye Bye Birdie, performed
by youth from the tri-county area,
July 19-22. The four-time Tony Award-

The Aim. Arbor Art Fairs — Ann
Arbor Street Art Fair, the Original;
Ann Arbor Summer Art Fair, State
Street Area Art Fair; and Ann Arbor's
South University Art Fair — continue
through Saturday July 21. Here, a sam-
pling of Jewish artists at this year's
four-art-fairs-in-one: Scott Supraner
(Charlottesville, Va.), Camille Benjamin
(Pomfret, Conn.), Ezra Siegel (Chicago,
Ill.), Susan Weiss Littman (Chicago,
Ill.), Patti Harris (Buffalo, N.Y.), Jenny
Mendes (Chesterland, Ohio), Linda
Adato (Brooklyn, N.Y.), Ami and Orna
Amrani (Judaica, Tamarac, Fla.), Teddi
Fine (Judaica, Elicott City, Maryland),
Lisa Martin and Seymour Mondshein
(Rosemont, N.J.), Joan Michlin
(New York, N.Y.), Fiona and Sheldon
Collins (Cookstown, Ontario), Robin
Barr (Owing Mills, Md.), Carole
Berhorst (Bloomfield Hills, Mich.),
Ann Hyman (Avondale Estates, Ga.),
Harriet Forman Barrett (New Paltz,
N.Y.), Joel Zaretsky (Judaica, West
Hurley, N.Y.), Ari Gradus (Judaica,
Brooklyn, N.Y.), Robert Rueven Brown
(Judaica, Livingston, N.J.), Jancy
Jaslow (Cincinnati, Ohio) and Josef
Belchatovski (Millersville, Md.).
Hours are 10 a.m.-9 p.m. weekdays
and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday. Info:

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Farmington Hills native and Michigan
State University and Harvard Law School
graduate Allison Leotta's debut novel,
Law of Attraction, was named one of
the best books of 2010 by Suspense
Magazine. Now on leave from her job as
a Washington, D.C., federal sex-crimes
prosecutor (her dad, Alan Harnisch, is
a former federal prosecutor in Detroit),
Leotta is out with a sequel, Discretion
(Touchstone Hardcover/Simon &
Schuster), a novel exploring the inter-
section of sex and power in D.C.'s most
secretive worlds. Leotta will appear for a
talk, reading and book signing at 7 p.m.
Friday, July 20, at Barnes & Noble, 6800
Orchard Lake Road, West Bloomfield.
(248) 626-6804. LI

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