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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-12-05

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More Than a Nosh.

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PLACE YOUR ORDER AT PLAZA DELI

(248) 356-2310

29145 Northwestern Highway
Southfield, MI 48034

Jeff Blumenkrantz and Brett Ryback in off-Broadway's Murder for Two.

The Great White Way

Heading to the Big Apple?
Here is a collection of the newest
and upcoming shows with a Jewish
connection.

Alice Schweiger
Special to the Jewish News

BROADWAY
Big Fish, based on the film and novel
of the same name, features music and
lyrics by former Oak Parker Andrew
Lippa. A traveling salesman (Norbert
Leo Butz) tells tales about his life, and
his son is determined to find out if
those tales are true. Through Dec. 29.
At the Neil Simon Theatre, 250 W
52nd St. (800) 745-3000.

700 Sundays, Billy Crystal's highly
acclaimed one-man autobiographi-
cal show, is enjoying a revival on
Broadway. Crystal plays the various
characters who have influenced his
life. Through Jan. 5.
At the Imperial Theatre, 249 W 45th
St. (212) 239-6200.

Betrayal, written by Harold Pinter
and directed by Mike Nichols, stars
Rachel Weisz and her real-life hus-
band, Daniel Craig, in a play about a
married woman who has an affair with
a literary agent, her husband's best
friend. Through Jan. 5.
At the Barrymore Theatre, 243 West
47th St. (212) 239-6200.

A Gentleman's Guide to Love and
Murder, set in Edwardian England
with a book by Robert L. Freedman
and music and lyrics by Robert L.
Freedman and Steven Lutvak, tells
the story of Monty, who learns he is
a long-lost member of a noble fam-

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ily and could become the next Earl of
Highhurst. He decides to eliminate the
relatives who precede him for the title.
At the Walter Kerr Theatre, 219 W
48th St. (212) 239-6200.

A Night with Janice Joplin is a two-
hour musical journey of the rock 'n'
roll superstar's music and the singers
who influenced her. Ross Seligman is
the musical director.
At the Lyceum Theatre, 149 W 45th
St. (212) 239-6200.

Beautiful: The Carole King Musical
tells the story of the music legend's
rise to stardom. Born Carol (without
the "e") Klein, this Jewish girl from
Brooklyn wrote hits for the biggest acts
in the music industry. With words and
music by Carole King, Gerry Goffin,
Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil, the
production stars Jessie Mueller as King
and Jake Epstein as one-time husband
Gerry Goffin. In previews; opens Jan. 12.
At the Stephen Sondheim Theatre,
124 W 43rd St. (212) 239-6200.

Outside Mullingar, from the team that
created Doubt, stars Debra Messing as
an Irishwoman who makes a romantic
connection with her shy neighbor.
Previews begin Jan. 2; opens Jan. 23,
with tickets on sale through March 16.
At the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre,
261 West 47th St. (212) 239-6200.

Aladdin, based on the Disney animated
movie about an impoverished street kid
who falls in love with a princess after

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