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Cape Gazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, JANUARY 24 - MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 2014 ":75 First State students win at regionals Local students from the First State Dance Academy in Milford received several awards during competitions and auditions held Jan. 11 and 12. Taylor Hogan of Mifford placed in the top 12 in the Junior Division in the Youth American Grand Prix competition in Phila- delphia, Pa. Katie Fields of Seaford re- ceived a High Gold at the New York City Dance Alliance com- petition in Baltimore, Md. Owen Lawson of Milton re- ceived a High Gold at the NYCDA competition and was a Triple Threat Award winner along wth being accepted to the Summer Dance Intensive in New York, N.Y. Two students of FSDA, Taylor Hogan and Glory Tucker of Mil- ford, also auditioned and were accepted to the Rock School of Dance Education in Penn- sylvania. Hogan received a full scholarship to its five-week sum- mer program from the director, Bo Spassoff. Their solo showcases will be featured at a free public per- formance of FSDA's Mid Year Dance Concert at 3 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 26, at the Milford Senior Center, Milford. Volunteers will pass the hat for donations to help raise money for the senior center. For more information, contact FSDA Director Michele Xiques at 302-422-2633 or email first- statedance@verizon.net. SUBMITTED PHOTO KATIE FIELDS AND OWEN LAWSON display the award-winning form which won them honors in the recent New York City Dance Alliance competition. Deadline Jan. 31 for Hunting Photo Contest There's still time, with deer and waterfowl seasons continuing through January, for photogra- phers to take great photos of Delaware hunters in action and submit them to the Department of Natural Resources and Envi- ronmental Control Division of Fish and Wildlife's 2013 Delaware Hunting Photo Contest by the Friday, Jan. 31 deadline. The winning photo will be featured on the cover or inside of the 2014-15 Delaware Hunting and Trapping Guide to be pub- lished later this year. A judging panel composed of DNREC staff will be looking for photos that best portray this year's contest theme, Conserva- tionists Enjoying the Outdoors. Judges also will look at technical criteria including resolution, clarity and composition. 'fter the success of last year's contest, we are hoping that once again photographers from all over the state will share some of their best images with us, so we can share them with the hunting public," said Division ofFish and Wildlife Director David Saveikis. "This year we look forward to photos that catch the conserva- tion actions of hunters as they enjoy our great outdoors." The contest is open to Dela- ware residents of all ages, with a maximum of three entries per person. To be eligible, photo- graphs must have been taken in Delaware. Portrait orientation is preferred; landscape photos, if chosen among contest winners, may be cropped for presentation. Photos must be 8-by-10-inch paper prints, with no frames or mats and no markings or sig- natures on the front or back. Normal processing of RAW im- age fries, minimal cropping and minor adjustments to color and contrast are acceptable. HDR and focus stacking are permit- ted as long as manipulation is disclosed upon entry. Nothing should be added to the image or, aside from dust spots, taken away. The entrant must hold all rights to the photograph and must not infringe on the rights of any other person. Images that involve unlawful harm to wildlife or damage to the environment should not be sublhitted and will not be accepted. Entries will not be retumed. Entries may be mailed to the DNREC Division of Fish and Wildlife, Attention: Crystal Beck, 89 Kings Highway, Dover, DE 19901. All entries must be post- marked or delivered by Friday, Jan. 31, and must include a com- pleted and signed entry form. A photo release form signed by a parent or guardian also is required if a minor is in the photo. Information and forms are available at http://www.dnrec. delaware.gov/fw/Pages/FWPor- tal.aspx or at www.facebook. com/delawarefishwildlife. Infor- mation also may be requested by calling Beck at 302-739-9911, or emailing crystal.beck@state. de.us. i:i'i Open All Year , Dinner Served 7 Nights 5-10 Earlybird 5-6:30 Prices from 812 * Happy Hour 5-6:30 Banquets & Private Parties Second Street Players announce auditions for comedy M*A*S*H Milford's Second Street Play- ers will hold auditions for the comedy M*A*S*H Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 10-11, at 7 p.m., at the Riverfront Theatre, located at 2 South Walnut St. in downtown Milford. The comedy, written by Tim Kelley and adapted from the book by Richard Hooker, is the second show of Second Street Players' 2014 season and is based on the well-known and award- winning movie and TV series. M*A*S*H stands for Mobile Army Surgical Hospital, and joining it are two unpredictable madcaps, Hawkeye and Duke. In this wild, free-flowing com- edy, the two army docs wage a campaign to get a young Korean to the United States and entered into a good school. All the characters are here - Cpl. "Radar" O'Reilly, Lt. Col. Henry Blake, Captain Burns, "Hot Lips" Houlihan and Father Mulcahy, plus a few less familiar ones. It's all here, including a lit- tle romance mixed with dramatic moments and a genuine love of life. Director Mark Dissinger and Assistant Director Josh Gross are looking for an ethnically diverse cast of 16 men and 14 women, plus extras, ages 18 and up. Although non-traditional cast- ing will be considered, the cast of characters specifically includes a Korean teenage male and an African-American male to por- tray one of the Army surgeons. A resume with a headshot is encouraged but not neces- sary. Rehearsals will be Monday, Wednesday and Thursday eve- nings at the theatre. Performance dates are April 25, 26, 27, May 2, 3, 4. If there are additional questions, call Mark at 302-228-9612. $5 APPETIZERS BEACH ORIGINALS DINING CARD 302-227-3100 i justinthymerestaurant, corn ,m,,-] 38163 Robinsons Dr., llehoboth Beach, DE 19971