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April 18, 2013 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-04-18

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Auditorium, 29300 W 11
Mile Road, in Farmington
Hills. $18-$22 (after April
19, tickets only will be
available for purchase at
the door). (248) 334-6964;
michiganclassicballet.org .

Detroit-based indie-
pop band Dale
Earnhardt Jr. Jr.,
created by Josh
Gail Zimmerman
Epstein and Daniel
Arts Editor
THE ART SCENE
Zott, takes the
stage in an all-ages
Marcia Freedman of Bloomfield Hills is
concert at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 20, at
the Majestic in Detroit. $15. (313) 833-
among the artists included in Abstract
9700; majesticdetroit.com .
Michigan, an exhibit running April
19-May 17 at Paint Creek Center for the
ON THE STAGE
Arts in downtown Rochester. Opening
reception: 6-9 p.m. Friday, April 19;
Dramatist Peter Weiss, born in
gallery talk: 2 p.m. Saturday, April 20.
Germany in 1916 to a Jewish father
(248) 651-4110; pccart.org .
and Christian mother, left for Sweden
Cranbrook Academy of Art opens
before the outbreak of World War II. In
the doors to its private studios for the
his most famous work, the Tony Award-
second annual OPEN(STUDIOS) Art
winning Marat/Sade, a play within
Sale + Community Day at noon 5 p.m.
Sunday, April 21, which is also the first
a play set in an asylum at the turn of
19th-century France, he examines class
public day of the 2013 Graduate Degree
struggle and human suffering. Hilberry
Exhibition of Cranbrook Academy of
Theatre presents Marat/Sade April
Art at the Cranbrook Art Museum, run-
ning through May 12. For more infor-
19-May 11. $12-$30. Show times and
tickets: (313) 577-2972; hilberry.com .
mation, including ticket prices, go to
cranbrookart.edu .
THE BIG SCREEN
Ferndale's Suzanne Hilberry
Gallery presents the work of Mexican-
Just prior to the outbreak of World
born New York-based artist Aliza
War II, British humanitarian Nicholas
Nisenbaum, whose new work focuses
Winton, now 103 years old, organized
on portraiture and flower painting in a
the rescue of 669 mostly Jewish Czech
continuing investigation of perception,
and Slovak children but never told
through May 23. (248) 541-4700;
suzannehilberrygallery.com.
anyone about it — until his wife
discovered a suitcase in the attic filled
Up to 50 of the nation's most
prominent Modernism merchants
with documents and transit plans.
Today, the descendants of those children will offer pieces designed by such
number more than 6,000. Winton's
greats as Frank Lloyd Wright, Louis
legacy is told in Nicky's Family, a feature- Comfort Tiffany, Herman Miller and
length English-language documentary
other 20th-century designers at the
Michigan Modernism Expo, running
with dramatic re-enactments, which
screens at the Detroit Film Theatre at
April 26-28 at the Southfield Municipal
Complex in Southfield. Friday, April
the Detroit Institute of Arts at 7 and 9:30
p.m. Friday and Saturday, April 19-20;
26, will feature a preview party from
and 2 and 4 p.m. Sunday, April 21. $6.50-
7-10 p.m. Expo times are 10 a.m.-6
p.m. Saturday, April 27, and noon to
$7.50. (313) 833-4005; tickets.dia.org .
5 p.m. Sunday, April 28. Admission:
ON THE TUBE
$10/$8 with ad or listing— good for
both days of the show/12 and under
Detroit Public Television-Channel 56
free. Admission to the preview party,
airs Orchestra of Exiles, the story of the which benefits the Detroit Area Art
great Polish Jewish violinist Bronislaw
Deco Society, is $65. To register, call
Huberman, who helped rescue some of
(248) 582-3326 or visit www.daads.org .
Europe's premiere Jewish musicians and
their families from Nazi persecution in
WHATNOT
1936 and founded what would become
the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, at
U-M creative writing grad Joshua
2:30 p.m. Sunday, April 21.
Henkin discusses his most recent novel
(recently released in paperback), The
FAMILY FUN
World Without You, about a Jewish
family in Chicago brought together
Introduce the kids to the beauty of
when the youngest sibling dies while
on assignment in Iraq, at 7 p.m.
ballet as the Michigan Classic Ballet
Monday, April 22, at Nicola's Books in
Company presents Snow White, based
on the Brothers Grimm fairy tale, and
the Westgate Shopping Center in Ann
a mixed repertoire of other works, at 1
Arbor. (734) 662-0600; nicolasbooks.
and 5 p.m. Saturday, April 20, at Mercy
com.

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