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Page 12, HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News, March 21. 1980 Jerusalem Spring Festival; All That and Music Hall by Haim Shapiro The residents of Jerusalem are known as rather conserva- tive types, with the backbone of the theatre-going public made up of sober aca- demicians and civil servants. It was thus with a note of amusement that I read the first press release of this year's Jerusalem Spring Festival tell- ing us that the audience will be expected to dress in Victorian finery (or that of the 1920s)for performances by members of the BBC's popular "Music Hall" troupe. Not that Jerusalemites are averse to wearing period dress. At any particular concert or public perform- ance, one may often guess within a year or two the date on which any particular member of the audience came on aliya. I, myself, have often worn the most outrageous attire, con- fident that those around me would simply assume that my garb was what was in style abroad. In any case, the special dress is called for at two programs the Music Hall is to give in the Jerusalem Hilton, with wine included in the entrance fee. One evening will be a cabaret, the other devoted to George Gershwin. The cast will award the "best- dressed" couple with a bottle of champagne. Yet another performance, this time at the Jerusalem The- atre, will be devoted to the history of the 19th-century music hall, the antecedent of the modern day musical show. The organizers promise an authentic evening, complete with racy jokes. The festival, which is enter- ing its sixth year, will run from April 5 to May 12 and will con- centrate on theatre, dance and pantomime, with relatively little emphasis on music. Because of the economic squeeze, the festival this year will feature fewer groups, each giving more performances. Pitseleh Variety, the international show business magazine, ran a full page in Hebrew announcing the movie by Warner Brothers entitled, "No Knife" which is now in productiorL On the other side, the same ad appeared in English. LUNCHEON SPECIAL Mon.-Sat. from $1.50 with free soup ' 'BRING A FRIEND FOR DINNER' SPECIAL Every couple for dinner will get 2 FREE EGG ROLLS and 2 FOR 1 BEER! Good 'til March 31st WITH THIS AD ONLY Come to HAM ON for the bat Chinose culsino and the mo=t m=o=ba.o pm. CANTONESE & HUNG KONG STYLE Take-Out Orders We/come Phone: G28-0970 1881 W. FAIRBANKS AVE. Open Daily-11-11 WINTER PARK, FL 32789 Sunday--4:30-11 VIOLINIST Dylana Jonson, acclaimed as one of the world's top arists, will appear with the Florida Symphony on March 27-28, The curtain went up for the first time on Barbershop Style Harmony on Mar. 11, 1950, at the Senior High School Auditorium (now Howard Junior High). Now, 30 years later, on Mar. 29, 1980, the curtain will rise once again on the ".Orange Blossom Chorus" in the Bob Carr Auditorium. Also featured will be the "Dapper Dans" of Walt Disney Wodd; the "Memories and Madness" Quartet; the "Center of Araction; .... The Troubadours," "The Morning Glories;" the Sweet Adelines "Etcetera," (1978 Southeast Regional Quartet Champions) and Rosie O'Grady's Dixieland Band. This is a musical production to delight an audience of all 'Barc[ool in the Palk ages, the show is always a Nell Simon comedy wholesome family entertain- 8:15 p.m. curtain Friday mont. 8:15 p.m. curtain Saturday 7:] 5 seating A special Saturday Matinee 2:]5 p.m. curtain Matinee Sun. has been arranged for 2 p.m. 1:30 p.m. seating on the 29th for Seniors. ,,,, Evening tickets are $7 and War and Peace will be the $6 (all seats reserved). General theme of the Choral Art admission for the matinee is Society's Spring Concert, to $3.50. Tickets are at local take place Men., Mar. 24, at 8 ticket outlets for the Bob Carr. p.m. in the Auditorium of the Salvation Army on Colonial. Sponsored by the Commun- "Spring is for Lovers and itylnstructional Services of the Repertory," is the title of Orange County Public Theatre On Park's Spring Schools, the chorus wel- repertory selection of three comes singers who have had shows to run until April 13. some experience in school, The three, running concur- college, or communitychoirs, rently, are: "Barefoot in the and would appreciate the' Park" featuring Patty Kalber, opportunity of performing BiliGriffith, MarilynBlake, and serious choral music. Walter Windsor; "The Apple Rehearsals resumein Septem- Tree" with Richard Smith, ber. For further information Donna Ericson, and John call Adult Education at McCombs; and "The Sexist 422-3200, ext. 536. Side of Sondheim" with Ralph * * * * Petillo, Susan Marshall, Dottle Romero, Erika Jaskiewicz, "The Merchant of Venice," John McCombs, Donna William Shakespeare'sclassic Ericson, and Richard Smith. comedy of love and money, All three shows are .being continues its run at the Annie directed by Ralph Petillo. Russell Theatre at Rollins College through tomorrow, Ticket pricesinclude:$7.50, Sat., Mar. 22, at 8:30 p.m. weekdays and weekends; There will also be a 2 p.m. $6.75, matinees; and $5.00, matinee Saturday. Costumes late night shows, for the production were de- signed by Dale Amlund, and "'The Apple Tree" assisted by Sandy Bird, and the musical comedy took more than two months 8:15 p.m. Tues., Wed., Thurs. and $3,000 to complete. 7:30 p.m. doors open for seating Special student rates are available. "'The Sexisl Side of Sondheim "" .,,. a musical revue 11 p.m. curtain Fri., Sat.-late nite Comedy television star 8:15 p.m. curtain Sundays Barbara Eden performs at the 7:30 p.m. seating Top of the World supper club March 24 through April 6, while jazz trombonist Kai Winding opens at the Walt Disney World Village Lounge March 24-April 5. ' J theDEL1 w,thJ DIFFERENCE! | 'I; "i PATTY Kabler and Blll Grlffith perform In "Barefoot in the JOHN McCombs, Rick Smith !.J k b"l111 ' Featuring Hebrew Nati0na, i' :]E[ E1:3131: _51L%"%  U.| Kosher Provisions iJ'a( I )ItJ We are open I 'Usarl----' 'tra p-- SUNDAYS 8am-spin H I ' Saturday/Sunday--8 a.m.-2 p.m  fblreaz m I ,tALAM, & EGGS, ,lll00 O 0 , DELLY BAGEL and COFFEE ."  = t . ............ -, . - Famous New York Style Sandwiches & Delicatessen == "DELl TOWNE i | in the new SPRINGS PLAZA, Hwy. 434, Longwood . i! ,, 00ooo,00, ,,.,,, 869 5900 = == Tue-Thu 8-9 Sundays 8-8 i Kosher, Kosher Style Dell Appetizers & Catering Specialist lnlmglmlnllnUlllllnnMinlnlmlnUlllmlllnUnllinlilUUlnlmullunlillni Known to for her lone television series Jeannie," Miss starred in such as Brothers Off! "Voyage to the Sea." She presenL nightly with 6:30 and KAI A native of Winding was big bands and Alvino Roy graduated fror He performs Koib Trio Thursday from a.m. and from 9 p.m. ,,ENTEI LAMPLIGH