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Page 12. HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News, April 4, 1980 An" evening of entertain- ment well worth witnessing, "3 by Kopit," top award winning one-acts by the celebrated playwright Arthur Kopit, will be performed by the Seminole Community College Players April ] 1-13. "Chamber Music," the first of the plays, depicts a meeting by the grievance committee for the women's ward of an insane asylum. It is a humorous look at several historical female characters... or is it? "The Hero" is a delightful story, told in mime, of the meeting between a man and a woman and the first step toward an even bigger story we all could tell. "Sing to Me Through Open Windows," is Kopit's master- ful and touching tale of hope that is inspired by youth and extinguished by the repetition of every day life. Curtain time on all three nights is 8 p.m. at the Seminole Community College Fine Arts Theatre in Sanford. Admission is free and seats are available on a first come first served basis. The complexities, conflicts and creative energies behind the television production of Ponchielli's monumental "La Gioconda" will be explored in "Opening Night--The Making I I -.+ h,,, I of an Opera" to be aired on Channel 24, April 13, at I0 p.m. Viewers will be taken into the spacious and historic San Francisco War Memorial Opera House where per- formers and non-performers alike are seen and heard in their working environment. Rehearsals for "La Gioconda" offer a look at the "human'" side of the cast and technical crew as opera principles become more deeply involved in the creative dynamics of a final polished production. "Opening blight--The Making of an Opera" will be followed by a unique mini- series "Opera from San Fran- cisco: La Gioconda Act by Act," a step by step approach to grand opera, to be aired Mon.-Thurs., Apr. 14-17, at I0 p.m. The four-part mini- series is designed to attract new opera viewers while enter- taining long-time devotees. It unfolds the continuing and mounting suspense of the plot in one act per evening to provide a clearer understand- ing of "La Gioconda" as well as a keener appreciation of opera. An encore presentation of "La Gioconda" will follow on Sun.. Apr. 20, at 2 p.m. Walt Disney World will pre. sent Ozark Mountain Daredevils, Ray Goodman and Brown, Angela Bofill, Vaughan Mason and Crew on April 26, while the Village Lounge will feature Herb Ellis, April 21- May 3 and Top of the World MYI00ON 'S DELl Since 1975 KOSHER and KOSHER STYLE Dehcatessen - Restaurant Caterers "Pllces chatlge SERVED I !:00 TO 7:00 DAILY For your Iddl (lo un) Ko,,..' . p=.o., =l . mlllll,. (Pepsi. D+et Pepsi. Teem Dr Pepper)-- UO and a SURPRISE from MYRON ONLY Fer Jlewlm a,w/ ........ &R OrlJ Pepsi, Diet Pepsi Tm Dr Pepper, Coffee or Tea when orderlng from nON'S F,m, O,d eou DON'T DELAY! TRY IT TODAY! CHARGE CARDS ACCEPTED. 0PEN8AM 7PM *C[01%F[)SUNDAY LIVE OAKS CENTER, CASSELBERRY 831-3433 Orie Block N, of 436 on Hwy 17-92 830-8662 " i offers entertainment by Melba Moore. April 2 l-May 4. follow- ing Frankie Avalon through April 20. Opening festivities were held Sat.. Mar 29. to celebrate the new Performing Arts Center at Valencia Community College. The ceremony of dedication and evening of musical and dramatic per- formances were held in the new auditorium at Valencia's East Campus. Musical and theatrica! pres- entations were #ertorrned by Encore Opera. Inc.. the Camerata Chorus, The Royal Ballet, members of the Florida Symphony Orchestra. Valencia Character Company and Valencia's Concert Choir. Symphonic Band, Brass Choir and the Valencia Singers. The new theatre seats _588 and includes a 3,357-squar'- foot stage with 70 foot high fly area, orchestra pit and lobby space for refreshments as well as display area for visual arts. Public Radio is coming to Central Florida in July! To celebrate and to help raise money for the new station, Rosie O'Grady's and WMFE Radio are getting together to throw a party. On Thurs.. Apr. 24, every- one is invited to be at Rosie O'Grady's There will and plenty Advance event are reduced half-priced from pre-salel fit Public Tickets are i Altamonte Square, and at the Center. For more FM 90 at Rubinstein, Through the Eye of Eva Rubinstein Internationally-Acclaimed To Lecture, Teach, Exhibit in Eva Rubinstein, ac- claimed world-wide as one of the "truly great living American photographers," will be in Orlando to hold a two-day "hands on" work- shop, a public lecture, a six- week long exhibit of photo- graphs and attend a recep- tion given in her honor. All events except the two- day workshop will be held at John Young Museum and Planetarium. The weekend workshop will be held at The Focus Forum in Altamonte Springs on Sat., Apr. 26, and Sun., Apr. 27, from ] 0 a.m.- .5:30 p.m. A public lecture by her at John Young Museum will take place Thurs., Apr. 24, at 7:30 p.m. The six-week long exhibit of her work at the Museum will continue through April. The exhibit then moves to a gallery in blew York City. A chain- pagne reception will be held in the artist's honor on Sun., Apr. 27, at the Museum. Daughter of concert pianist Arthur Rubinstein, Eva Rubinstein's photo- graphs are found in many major public and private col- lections, among them the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Library of Congress and the International Center of Pho- tography. A complete listing of exhibitions requires four typewritten pages and reads like a "Who's Who in the Art World." Rubinstein has taught many major workshop courses, including the 35mm course at Ansel Adams Yosemite Workshop, the famous Aries Festival in France and the Maine Photography Workshop. Rubinstein began photo- graphing in 1968. She" did her early studies with Sean Kearnan. Later she worked with Lisette Model. Jim Hughes, Ken Heyman and Diane Arbus. She was born in Buenos Aires, spent her childhood in Paris, studied theater at UCLA and appeared in the original Broadway company of "The Diary of Anne Frank." Rubinstein's books are available locally at book- stores or through the Orlando Public Library. Reviewers agree that only the photographs themselves can adequately describe her artistry. Photographers prize her chapter on portraiture in the "Leica Manual" as the definition of how to approach the portrait. Her work also appears in "'The Famill t of Children." "'Wonef See v[/OlTon. "" "Women See Men. 'The Nude in Photography"and module, notllolio'" is Photograph! Systems. 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