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Page 12, HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News, February 8. 1980 Arthur Tabachnick, concertmaster of the Florida Symphony Orchestra and na- tionally known violin soloist, is featured on February ] 4th and ]Sth at the CarT Auditorium. Under the direction of Alfred Savia, Associate Con- ductor, the orchestra will accompany Tabachnick in Larsson's Concerto for Violin  and Orchestra, performed to critical acclaim by the artist in Chicago with the Grant Park Symphony in July, 1979. A native of Chicago, Tabachnick started playing the violin at the age of 4. In 1939 hewon the Juillial:d Competition and went to New York to study, then became Concertmaster of the lliinois Symphony. Prior to joining the Florida Symphony he was concertmaster of the Indianapolis Symphony for more than 12 years. Arthur and his wife, Shirley, who holds the principal cellist's chair with the Florida Symphony, co-founded and were members of the Lyric Trio which records on Concert-Disc and Everest labels. Both live in Orlando. The Civic Theatre thanks the public for their support by announcing that the recently produced "Kismet" was not only an artistic success, but a financial one as well. Short run of three perform- ances of "Little Murders" by Jules Feiffer at the Civic Theatre will finale on February 9th. A satirical jibe at the meaningless violence in American life with savage comic assaults. "Ain't Misbehavin','" the sparkling musical which scored every award including the Tony as Best Musical of 1978, hit Orlando with all its non-stop, electric energy on Tues., Feb. 5, to run through Sun., Feb. 1 O, as producer Zev Bufman's fourth production of the "Broadway Series" at the Mayor Bob CarT Municipal Auditorium. Starring David Cameron, Teni White, Adrienne West and Clent Bowers, the new "AIN'T MISBEHA VIN'" at the Bob Carr continues through February I O. Above, (I to r) Terri Wldte, David Cameron and Adrienne WesL musical based on the songs written by or made famous by the legendary Fats Wallr has been a raging hit ever since it first opened at New York's Longacre Theatre. An immediate smash, it won the coveted Tony as Best Musical of 1978, the Drama Critics Circle award, the Outer Critics Circle award and the Drama Desk Awards as Best Musical of the Year. Songs include "Honey- suckle Rose," "Keepin' Out of Mischief Now," "Your Feet's Too Big," "Black and Blue," and, of course, the title song, "Ain't Misbehavin'" with a jumpin' tune, "The Joint is Jumpin'." To be reviewed next week. "Vanities, opened January 31 at the Annie Russell The- atre and ran for only two weekends. 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Their friendship continues in col- lege where as sorority sisters they seem to be majoring in men. Finally, a few years after graduation, the three stage an informal and revealing reunion in Manhattan. While their cheerleading days are in the past, each now leads the cheers for herself. Adriane Rosenthal ap- peared as Kathy, the deep thinker and planner, Lori Howlett played Mary, the free ICELEBRITY DELLY; * New York & Kosher Style Restaurant sKosher Style Dell ,Party Platter Specialists Homemade Knishes Choice Meats prepared on location Breakfast served 7 days a week v w/home fries and choice 50 Barbecued Chicken Platter of salad ......................... Z spirit who can't wait to escape mother, and Mary Machat was Joanne, the girl who can't wait for a family of her own. Directed by Dr. Firman H. Brown, Jr., the three actresses were continually on stage, before the play begins and during the intermission, sitting at their vanity tables, getting into costume and makeup. Designed and lighted by Technical Director, Keith I. Malick, costumes by Cathy Casselberry, the Rollins players always give their best. Matinee on Sat., Feb. 9th. Call 646-2145. Channel 24 has acquired the Jacques Cousteau series consisting of 36 one-hour shows to run each Saturday at 8 p.m. premiering February 9th with "The Forgotten Mermaids." What Columbus thought was the half-fish, half-woman of mythology actually is the manatee, a harmless mammal whose sole interest in life is foraging for aquatic herbs and other sea-going salads. One of nature's least beautiful creatures, weighing 1,000 pounds, the manatee of several million years ago is said to have walked upright on land, feeding on vegetation as does his distant cousin the elephant. Other stories of the series airing during February are "Octopus, Octopus" and "Mysteries of the Hidden Reef." Doesn't all this make you yearn for a tuna salad? National Geographic documentaries on Channel 24 include "Mysteries of the Mind"--exploring that physi- cally inaccessible organ, three pounds of tissue hand- ling 100 million different messages every second-- during February. Xn Or/900al TEVYE NEVER HAD IT so good, as Melinda Eisenberg and Debbie Daley perform in Judaism's Brotherhood presentation of Happiness in America?" to be presented original musical comedy stars Myrna An "extremely original Yenta, comedy with extremely orig- Laura inal characters," is the Weiss; judgement of critics who have previewed a new musical cur- Perchik, rently running at the Congr. of Fran Ka Liberal Judaism on Malone. Helbraun; Directed byGildaGlickstein, Hillman, "Can Tevye Find Happiness in America" or "Fiddler On the Ginsburg; Hoof," is a congregation Halpern; brotherhood offering, Betty scheduled for Sat., Feb. 16. Kaplan; Curtain will rise at 8:30 p.m. Bielka or Kaplan; The production, priced at (narrator), $6, and to be followed by a cast Pianist, party for theater-goers with re- Press freshments, stars some 22 tion, Harder members of the synagogue, reporters A few, notable for their pro- brisk, fessionalism, are: Tevye, Jay Seltzer; Golda, Myrna Wolf; Alan Basch, Lazar Wolf, Harold Kaplan; production C Pitseleh The first kosher-style restaurant in "The Dell '" has closed down after 16 its non-Jewish owners, Kenneth Choy, a two sisters and brothers.in.law. Cruise Bahamas Aay 2 roup bun AufoteQin/Amlek 00ell HELENE. Aft,.- 5 p.m. 834-1882 "Sholom Aleichom v "Funny. foolish, 1 "Stupendous The of Con LIBERAL presents an Original ...the 'Fiddler' CAN TEVYE FIND IN AMERICA? or FIDDLER ON TIlE starring Myrna Wolf and and a cast of 1 DtR,ECTED BY GILDA GLICKSTEIN SCRIPT BY MIKE GENNETT WOLF, HAROLD KAPLAN / MUSICAL DIRECTOR. HARF STEIN, STEVE DUBIN / PHOTOGRAPHY, JAY GLICK / t MELINDA HELBRAUN / PRODUCTION COORDINATOR, EVERYBODY'S FASHIONS LTD Saturday, February 16 at the magnificent FOR TICKET INFORMATION and RESERVATIONS. call Alan Basch, 425-9529. or the theatre ticket office 645-0444