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Page 12. HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News. May 2. 1980 A JCC Present.ion Mother's Day Music Lovers Concert To Feature Novi Green, Consort A "Mother's Day Music Lovers Concert," sponsored by the Jewish Community Center. will feature Novi Green Land the Green Consort on Sun., May 11, 8 p.m., in the JCC social hall. The Green Consort is made up of a group of talented musicians including Florida Symphony members Cather- ine Savia, Elizabeth Titus and Robert Kennon. Novi Green has appeared locally as guest artist at the University of Central Florida Contemporary Music Festival. She also appeared on the cathedral series as well as Channel 24. She has recorded sound tracks for the Orange County public schools and the F"t. Caroline Museum in Jacksonville. The purpose of the concert is to entertain and educate the public with music from another time and culture. The concert will include informal anecdotes about the composer, instruments and historical times. The community is invited to attend the May 1t concert. organized by JCC chairperson Alan Rock. A donation of $2.50 will be accepted at the door. For further information. contact Marvin Friedman. executive director of the JCC, at 645-5933. The Central Florida Civic Theatre "'aiming for our most ambitious year ever" announced it will open its new season in September with the broadway smash, "Marne.' a whopping musical comedy claimed to be a song and dance block buster. Now accepting season subscription, the Civic Theatre holds its performances at the Edyth Bush Fheatre which possesses "superb staging facilities, perfect visibility throughout and remarkable accoustics." Curtain time throughout the season begins at 8 p.m.. Sunday matinees at 2p.m. Following "Marne" and opening in November will be a moving document containing "beauty, warm humor and gentle pit%" "'The Diary of Anne Frank." The rest :f the season includes 'Happy Birthday," a delightfully delirious comedy fantasy of a little librarian who i The Voice of Sherry Lynn A New Found Addition To Area Music Group One of'the community's widely-known, favorite musical entertainment groups -- Bob and Annetta -- have a new addition the melodic voice of Sherry Lynn (Kaplanl. Adding to the "dynamic duo" to make a "terrific trio," Sherry Lynn sings lead and harmony and plays percussion instruments. Sherry Lynn's first experience in "show biz" was at a YMCA perform- ance as a youngster. But she claims she really "woke up" in junior high school. "I started then and couldn't stop." Sherry Lynn spent nearly ]6 years in the theatre performing in a variety of shows. "You name it, l've done it." She performed in 'Fiddler on the Roof," "Annie Get Your Gun," "Cabaret" and manyothers. After about 16 years in the theatre, Sherry Lynn decided to give it up and pursue a singing career about five years ago, after Bob Glickman of Bob and Annetta discovered she was a 'dynamic singer." With encouragement from Bob and Annetta, Sherry Lynn began a professional singing career. performing in various places from nightclubs to private events. "But," she said, "I just don't make music anywhere else like I do with Bob and Annetta." So she packed her bags and moved to Florida from Massachusetts last month to join Bob and Annetta's music making. Bob calls her a "Red Hot Mama-type," while Sherry Lynn feels her best songs among her versatile repertoire are the "show stoppers," Sherry Lynn herself was a real "show stopper" when the group recently ioooooooooooooooooooooooooooon - MITZVAH MAKERS  CENTRAL FLORIDA S ONLY I a ..' ., 00EW,'O.K n I I III Ik B00,ND 00,No SHOW C.OUP I : ':: '  |I FEATURING: I ". In- lsrael,'Mus,c" & Oanc,ng" I  - ' I Disco/Top 40 I  ,  International Favorites i Society & Swing And DYNAMIC Emcee ' AVAILABLE FOR: WEDDINGS, BAR MITZVAHS, LUNCHEONS, SPECIAL FUNCTIONS CALL: BOB GLICKMAN ORCHESTRAS (305) 862-4154 DAYTONA, TAMPA/ST. PETE CALL COLLECT BOB AND ANNETTA. with new addition Sherry Lynn, performed house at Kinnere[ Apartments last Monday night, as part of the Outreach series. HERITAGE photo by has her night as Cinderella: "Dark of the Moon," a folk play of color atmosphere and imagination which pits belief in God against belief in fantastic creatures, the natural against the the supernatural and good against evil as defined by simple mountain folk. Tennessee Williams' "Rose Tattoo." a powerful play illiminati ng the exultations and danger of unbridled passions in a story of a woman for whom love was stronger than death will be followed by the final performance of "Ah, / / / performed at Kinneret Apartments for the JCC Kinneret Cultural Outreach program. inq il .h'//q L !Irn. Wilderness." a nostalgic turn of the century look at real New England Americana, of average folk faced with average problems. For subscription irffor- mation, contact the Central Florida Civic Theatre. The Maitland Art Center will present a "Collector's Collect: Fine Contemporary Prints from A to Z,'" May 6 through June 1 at the Art Center. The show will highlight works from private collections in the central Florida area, including works of many major artists of the 20th century. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.: Saturday, l0 a.m.-1 p.m.:and Sunday, I-4 p.m. The exhibit is free and open to the public. The entertainment line-up at Walt Disney World includes Rosemary Clooney, May 5-18 at Top of the World: Lockjaw Davis and Harry "sweets" Edison, May 5- ] 7 at the Village Lounge: and in the park a world series of entertainment for Grad Nights May 9, I 0, 16 and 17 with K.C. and the Sunshine Band, Tantrum. Kool and the Gang, Robert John and Teri DeSario. Robert Morse. Don Ameche and Larry Kert will star in the splashy musical, "Sugar," marking the final production of Zev Bufman's eight-play theatrical series when it opens Tues., May 6 at 8 p.m. through Sun.. May l l, at Orlando's Our Advertisers Want to Know. Tell Them You Saw It in HERITAGE `F,.iuu i ( |lt,t'NowyoucanenjoY " J C0mplete Dinne;s [ - /..'J,i, with a Tam | m It)/:. I'h [('. 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