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Hillberry Theatre, Cass and Hancock, 577-2972: Feb. 13 (8:30 pm), 17 (2:30 pm) and 21 (8:30 pm) "Death of A Salesman"; Feb. 14 (8:30 pm), 19 (2:30 pm), 25 (2:30 pm), 27 (8:30 pm), ''As You Like It"; Feb. 18 (2:30 pm), 20 (8:30 pm), 26 (8:30 pm), "The Lady From Maxim's" Feb. 19, 28 at 8:30 pm, "The Devil's Disciple."
Bonstelle Theatre, 3424 Woodward, nr. Mack, 577-2972: Feb. 27-29 at 8:30 (29 at 2:30), "The RainMaker."
Fisher Theatre, Grand Blvd. at Second, 8734400: "Sherlock Holmes" starring Leonard Nimoy and Alan Sues, Feb. 10-March 13.
Detroit Repertory Theatre, 13103 Woodrow Wilson, 868 = 1347: Thru March 7, "Song Of The Whip-Poor-Will," Thurs. and Sun., $4.00, 3.00, 2.00, Fri. and Sat., $5.00, 4.00, 3.00, with student discounts available.
Studio Theatre, Varner Hall, Oakland University, 377-3015: Feb. 13-15 and 19-22, "A View From The Bridge" by Arthur Miller. General adm. $2.50, students $1.25.
Mercy College, 8200 W. Outer Dr., 531-7820: "Personals ', a musical romp through 200 historical years. Thur.-Sun., dinner 7:00 pm, showtime 8:30 pm, for reservations call 531-6131.
Meadowbrook Theatre, Oakland University, Rochester, 377-3300: Thru Feb. 22, "Relatively Speaking," Fri., Sat. at 8:30 pm, Sat., at 2:00 pm and Sun. at 6:30 pm.
Michigan Opera Theatre, Music Hall Center, 350 Madison Ave., 963-3717: "Barber of Seville."
Greenfield Village Players, Henry Ford Museum, 271-1620, ext. 264: Thru Feb. 28, "You Can 't Take It With You," Wed. -Sat. at 8:30, adults $2.50, children $1.50. Music Hall Center, 350 Madison Ave 9637622: Feb. 17-21, "Give 'Em Hell Harry."
Feb. 21 : "Inez," Detroit's Bluegrass Opera, 100 General Lectures Bldg., WSU campus (Anthony Wayne Dr. at Warren), 8:00 pm, $3.00, 2.00. American Grassroots Opera Guild.

Feb. 27-28: "Lunar Leap", Dance performance, at the Fieze Bldg., 8pm.
Ann Arbor Civic Theatre, 201 Mulholland Dr., 662-7282: 211-14, "The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail" at Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, U of M campus.
UAC/Ars Comedia, 2nd floor, Mich. Union, 763-1107: 2/19, Premiere performance 'The Time of Your Life", 7/6 of a play. An original adaption of four one act comedies; Act III from "Plaza Suite" by Neil Simón, "l'm Herbert" from "You Know I Can't Hear You When the Water's Running" by Robert Anderson and "Hal & Cathy" and "Bea, Frank, Ritchie, and Joan" from "Lovers and Other Strangers" by Renee Taylor & Joseph Bologna. Feb. 19th-22nd, 8:15 pm at Mendelssohn Theatre. Sunday matinee, 3:30 pm. Reserved seats $3.00 & $2.50 available at Hill Aud. Box Office. Professional Theatre Program, Mendelssohn Theatre. 764-0450: 211-14 & 18-21, ."Purlie' based on the play "Purlie Victorious" by Peter Udell, in the Power Center; "Man of La Mancha 223, 8:30 pm, Power Center.


Feb, 14 and 15: A world Pro Ski Race to be held for the first time in Detroit area at Mt. Holly, Mich. 645-0500
Feb. 15: Internationally acclaimed French pianist, Daniele Arapajou in concert at Mercy College, McAuley Aud., 3:00pm, $2.00 at the door, students with ID, $1.00.
Feb. 16: Public hanging of Mich. Utilities at high noon in Kennedy Square, downtown Detroit. Brought to you by People's Bicentennial Committee.
Feb.19:"Rearing Children of Good WIll" conference at Mercy College. Sponsored by Detroit Round Table, 886-8387.
Detroit Artists Market, 1452 Randolph St., 962-0037: Competition Show thru March 6. Mon.-Sat. 10 am-5 pm.
Detroit Institute of Arts, 5200 Woodward Ave. 833-7900: Thru March 7, Michigan Crafts Exhibit, south wing, main floor. The American Scene: 200 Years of Prints, Drawings, Photographs, main bldg., ground floor, thru Feb. 29. Summer Guest House, 3 dimensional fabric painting, main bldg., main floor, through Feb. 29. Brunch with Bach on Feb. 15, Suzanne LaCroix, soprano; Bernard Katz, pianist; Feb.22, Brian Schweickhardt, clarinetist; Marcy Schweickhardt, pianist; James Waring, violinist;Feb.29, The Detroit Saxophone Queartet, at 10 am and 11:15 am. 832-2730 for reservations.
Shaw College Lobby, 7351 Woodward, 873-7920 or 873-0254: The Murals, "Roots, Stems and Flowers" depicting contributions of black in America, thru Feb.26.

Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor Art Association, 117W, Liberty. 994-8004: An exhibition of Works by selected women artists. Tapestries by Kiyo Ise; Ceramics by May Chuang; Jewelry by Eileen Curtin; and guache paintings & drawings by Nancy Wirre. Thru March 3. Mon.-Fri., 10 am to 4pm & Sat. 10 am to 1pm.
The Friends Roadshow. Improvisation & comedy w/music 2/11 at the Blind Pig; 2/13-14