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Using talents honed
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of classical crossover melodies, rang-
ing from operatic arias and Broadway
melodies to their own original com-
positions, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan.
18, at the Berman Center for the
Performing Arts in West Bloomfield.
$33/under 16: $18. (248) 661-1900;
theberman.org.

POP / ROCK JAZZ / FOLK

In 2012, Jewish Telegraphic Agency
reported that KISS rocker Gene
Simmons told a British newspaper
he had been handed "a few hundred
million dollars in an account" by a
large concert promoter "to reach out
to Jimmy [Page] and Robert [Plant]
and try to convince them to get
back together" for a Led Zeppelin
reunion. Simmons added, "It didn't
work. Robert just doesn't want to do
it" The next best thing: At 8 p.m.
Friday and Saturday, Jan. 17-18, in a
POPS concert, the Detroit Symphony
Orchestra plays A Tribute to Led
Zeppelin, conducted by Brent Havens
and backed by a full rock band. Tickets
start at $19. (313) 576-5111; dso.org.
Congregation Beth Shalom in Oak
Park presents Cafe Shalom with
Kol Hakavod, the Jewish a cappella
singing group of the University of
Michigan, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan.
25. Enjoy munchies and dessert.
$18/$72 sponsorships include
two tickets. (248) 547-7970; cbs@
congbethshalom.org .

ON THE STAGE

Winner of five 2012 Tony Awards (it
was nominated for nine, more than
any other nonmusical play in the
history of the Tonys), Peter and the
Starcatcher — based on the 2006 novel
by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson
and adapted for the stage by Rick
Elice (book writer, with Marshall
Brickman, of Jersey Boys) — tells
the backstory for the character of
Peter Pan and is a prequel to J.M.
Barrie's Peter and Wendy. A touring
production comes to East Lansing's
Wharton Center for Performing Arts
at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday-Friday, 2 and
7:30 p.m. Saturday, and 1 and 6:30
p.m. Sunday, Jan. 22-26. Suitable for
younger audiences but best enjoyed by

The Ark in Ann Arbor
hosts Justin Roberts

and the Not Ready
for Naptime Players, dishing out

intelligent and whimsically rocking
music for kids and their parents, at 1
p.m. Saturday, Jan. 18. The Grammy-
nominated Roberts, on tour for his
newest CD release, Recess, is a divin-
ity school graduate and the musician
behind the children's album Why Not

Sea Monsters: Songs From the Hebrew
Scriptures. $12.50. (734) 761-1451;
theark.org.
The all-new Sesame Street Live:
Can't Stop Singing gives children
the opportunity to learn about musi-
cal magic and comes to Detroit's Fox
Theatre Jan. 23-Feb. 17. $15-$68. Show
times and tickets: (800) 745-3000;
olympiaentertainment.com .

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THE ART SCENE

— Danny Raskin, 2012

Detroit Artists Market presents
an exhibition titled 3, featuring

the works of Kathryn Brackett
Luchs, Lois Teicher and Marie
Woo, three major figures of the
Detroit arts community whose
more than three decades of work —
including metal sculpture, paintings,
photography and video installation
— has touched upon concepts and
themes such as feminism, time/
space, beauty and tradition, Jan.
17-Feb. 15. Opening reception
with the artists: 6-9 p.m. Friday,
Jan. 17. DAM hosts a gallery talk,
moderated by Sharon Zimmerman
of the Kresge Foundation, at 2-4 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 1. (313) 832-8540;
detroitartistsmarket.org .
David Klein Gallery in
Birmingham hosts a Winter Group
Show of paintings, sculpture and
works on paper by seven artists,
including Betty Woodman, and pho-
tographs by four artists, including Liz
Cohen, through Jan. 25. (248) 433-
3700; dkgallery.com.
If you're heading Up North, check
out Making Paper Dance: The Art
of Pop-Up Books, a show tracing
the enduring appeal and growth of
movable books from the 1800s to
the present, running Jan. 19-April
16 at the Dennos Museum Center,
Northwestern College, Traverse
City. Exhibit curator is Huntington
Woods' Linda Ross of Linda Ross
Contemporary/Art + Projects. (231)
995-1055; dennosmuseum.org .



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