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!, 70 FRIDAY, JANUARY 18 - MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 2013 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazette SUBMITTED PHOTO STEVEN DOW of Milford (as Adam) and Judy Venturini of Lewes (as Laura) re- hearse a scene from the upcoming Possum Point Players comedy "The Psychic:" | The Possum Point Players pro- the rent: "Psychic Readings $25." duction of the comedy "The Psy- The sign soon draws the interest chic" by Sam Brobrick opens Fri- of the lovely and conflicted Lau- day, Jan. 25. ra Benson (played by Judy Ven- "The Psychic," directed by turini of Lewes), her shady hus, P : ick Erhardt of Seaford, will band Roy (played by John Zinzi b erformed at 8 p.m., Friday of Harrington), Roy's mistress and Saturday, ]an. 25 and 26, and Rita Malone (played by Kim Feb. 1 and 2. Sunday matinees Klabe of Rehoboth Beach), a will begin at 2 p.m., Jan. 27 and gangster named Johnny Bubbles Feb. 3, at Possum Hall in George- (played by Sam Vasquez of town. Bridgeville), and ace Detective Tickets are $18 for adults, $17 Norris Coslow (played by Jim for students and seniors. Tickets Killion of Lewes). are on sale at www.possumpoint- In the surprising twists that players.org and also by phone at follow, "The Psychic" entangles 302-856-4560. Adam in a hilarious murder mys- In the show, Adam Webster tery. (played by Steven Dow of Mil- "The Psychic" is being pro- ford), a down-on-his-luck writer, duced through special arrange- puts a sign in his apartment win- ment with Samuel French Inc. dow, desperately trying to make IP O I I I I I I I I I I Clip me out I 1201 Savannah Road, Lewes, DE (302) 645-1980 Minimum $25 purchase, restaurant only. Exp. 5-31-13 We look forward to seeing you! I I I I I I I I I I I~ 'Steel M gnolias' opens Second Street Players' 2013 Jan. 25 in Milford / Shelby, Debra passwaters of Mil- ford plays Annelle, Deanna Duby Second Street Players opens its lias" illustrates how six distinctly 2013 season with the hilarious different women weather the and touching "Steel Magnolias" storms of their lives through the on Friday, Jan. 25 at the River- small-town gossip they share at front Theater, 2 S. Walnut St. in Truvy's hair salon in Chinquapin, downtown Milford. L&The ladies face every event in The play runs for two week- their lives - whether joyful or' ends with performances Friday heartbreaking - with grace, to Sunday, ]an. 25 to 27 and Feb. 1 strength, plenty of humor and al- to 3. The Friday and Saturday ways perfectly done hair. through spec shows begin at 8 p.m., and the Director Ben Lonski, who re- with Dramatist Sunday matinees begin at 3 p.m. cently directed SeconffStreet's The productio Tickets are $17 and may be re- fall production of "The Diary of in part, by a served online at secondstreet- Anne Frank," has a cast of true Delaware Divi: players.com or by calling Brown theater veterans playing the six state agency de Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006. Southern gals. Linda Killion of ing and supp( Robert Harling's 1987 off- Lewes plays Truvy, KristenDelaware, in Broadway sensation and subse- Boehmer of Dover plays M'Lynn, the National Ei quent smash film "Steel Magno- Tara Megee of Georgetown plays Watercolor workshop noon, starting ]an. 25 at the South Coastal Library in Bethany starts Jan, 25 Beach. Each session taught by a The Bethany Beach Waterme- BBWS member artist. A fee of dia Society will offer a six-ses- $60 includes all start-up materi- sion watercolor painting work- als for beginners. Intermediate shop on the second and fourth painters are welcome and en- Fridays of each month, 9 a.m. to couraged to bring their materials. of Milton plaF' Ouiser and Tom- mye Staley of Lincoln plays the wisecracking (:lairee who quips, "If you c 't fi nd anything good to say about an cbody, come sit by me!" ,'Steel Magnq)lias" is presented ial arrangement s Play Service Inc. i is made possible, grant from the ;ion of the Arts, a dicated to nurtur- ,rting the arts in )artnership with dowment for the Arts. Current meml,er artists will be painting in ane ther sectionofthe multipurpose room, providing students with an additional op- portunity to oL serve and interact with them. Fol details and regis- tration, Contaqt 302-253-0523 or krbbgb25@yahoo.com. TUESDAY: 1/22 Lower Case Blues THURSDAY: 1/24 The Fabulous Shockley Bros. 1/31 Big Hat No Cattle Waterfront Dining &Bar Lewes 213 Anglers Rd. Open Daily 11am- 1am AC SATURDAY: NFL PLAYOFF TION 1/19 Ginger 1/26 Paul Lewisi SUNDAY: NFL PLAYOFF ACTION Lobster Mama FRIDAY 1/18: Don't Miss The Vinyl Shockley CD Release With Johnny Neel, formerly of the Allman 13 EVERY DAY ALL DAY [ S4 CAPTAIN MORGANS AT THE BAR![ $1.75 KEYSTONE LIGHTS NEW Party!! rothers EKLY MILTON 105 Union St. 302.684.8889 Open Daily l lam - lam FRIDAY: I GUESS WHAT? TRIVIA w/host JERRY @ 9pm Visit unvw.irisheyespub,com for more Entertainment and Weekly Specials i ...............