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PAGE 10 HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH 'Camelot' at Orlando Broadway Women's Jewish Education Series By Gloria ousha thedinnertheaterstageisdone "Follow Me,""How to Handle brilliantly by Chris Jorie. aWoman,"and"Ifever Iwould Camelot, perhaps among The telling of such a be- leave You." the most beautiful musicals to loved story as King Arthur and Because my review appears ever open on Broadway, is hisknightsoftheRoundTable so late in the show's run, there nearing the end of its run at is beautifully sung and acted is only until May 30 to enjoy The Orlando Broadway Din- by MichaeISt.Pierre(Arthur); The Orlando Broadway Din- ner Theater. Elizabeth Ariza (Guenevere); ner Theater's production of Based on T.H. White's The Mark Richard Taylor Camelot. Once and Future King, (Lancelot);DavidPoirier(Mer- There are still good seats Camelot deals with the meet- lin/Pellinore); Xander available. ing of King Arthur and Chauncey (Mordred); and a For ticket prices and show Guenevere; Arthur's noble magnificent cast. times, call the box office at ambitions for a better En- Ariza, especially, remindsme 407-843-6275 or 800-726- gland; Sir Lancelot and of a young Julie Andrews. And 6275. Guenevere's tragic affair; Chauncey is deliciously evil as To borrow a Lerner/Loewe Mordred's attempts to de- Arthur's illegitimate son. iyric: stroy Camelot; memories of The costumes are beauti-"Inshort, there'ssimplynot Merlin; and, of course, ful, as is the lush Lerner and a more congenial spot Excalibur. Loewe score, featuring the title For happily-ever-aftering The directing ofa spectacle song,"Camelot,"aswellasthis than here in such a confining sp~/ce as reviewer's personal favorites In Camelot." The Women's Division Seminar Series, sponsored by the Jewish chaired by Ren4 Brent, brought together over 200 women for Jewish throughout the year. Dr. Zena Sulkes, Head of School at the Hebrew CentraI Florida, wowed the crowd of $O+ women i "God and Spirituality." (left) Shown here (l-r): JOANNE KANE, Director of Special Events at the Federation, who staffed the educational series, and Dr. ZENA SULKES, who ga~ well-received final lecture. (right) Shown here (l-r): ELAYNE WERSHIL and GLORIA NEWBERGER, friends, who attended every lecture from November through May. O,qPW,qV mUIl(,qL (orn[pv December 28.20H- Januorw2.2OO5 Februar!22-27. 2005 Scene Around Continued from page 9 Camelot at The Orlando Broadway Dinner Theater Drive. The dinner is wonderful. The Ambiance show? Beyond wonderful! We're talking Camelot here one ofth, written. The lush music by Lerner and Loewe; The costumes; The superb acting! This is the best Mother's Day gift one can give. There still may be tickets available for Sunday's mance. Phone the box office at 407-843-6275 or 6275. (Your morn will thank me.) ! To make Mother's Day complete At intermission time at The Orlando Broadway Theater, you and the mom you are honoring can pleasure of viewing fine art. The works of our own BONNIE SPRUNG are on The Orlando Broadway Dinner Theater throu Camelot which goes through May 30. Bonnie's paintings are diverse. She is as comfortable painting the human scene. My particular favorites are "Broadway At Night," captures all the excitement of New York, and Skate," a painting depicting Central Park's Wollman rial Skating Rink. What memories tl at painting brings back to me As a teenager I would ride the from my ice skates flung over my shoulder, was Central Park and the Wollman Rink. So many decades ago, but still so vivid in my brought to life by the artist, Bonnie. Beautiful work! And one more for the road In honor of Mother's Day here are some answers: Q. Why are many Jewish girls still single these A. They have not yet met Dr. Right. Q. What did the Jewish mother bank cashier say customer? A. "You never write, you never call you onl) need money." Q. Why are Jewish mothers always excused fro service? A. Because they all insist that they're the Q. What's the difference between a Jewish vulture? A. A vulture waits until you're dead to eat your h~ (Only kidding, of course. Jewish mother's are Correction: In the April 30 issue of [he "Heritage," on page 9, the wrong photograph was used to depict Dr. Rita Bornstein, retiring presi- dent of Rollins College. The correct image of Dr. Bornstein is shown here. The earlier photo de- picts another Rita Bornstein, who is also an active leader in the Cen- tral Florida Jewish com- munity, and who is the mother of "Heritage" col- umnist David Bornstein. Dr. RITA The "Heritage" salutes both Rita Bornsteins for their many respective butions to the community. This is truly a case one can't have too much of a good thing.