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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 30 - February 5, 1998 - 59 Henlopen Theater Project continues to build community support Organizers of the Henlopen Theater Project are ready to go to plan "B," as their hopes of raising an ambitious amount of money, $250,000 by the end of this month, have come up short. According to one of the founders of the project, Helen Pe- likan of Rehoboth Beach and Bethesda, Md., "we're now going to spend our energy forming a sound structure for a project that definitely wants to be." Having kicked off the project a couple of months ago with a party that attracted the "movers and shakers" of the Cape Region, if successful, they would have estab- lished Equity theater this summer, using Cape Henlopen High School Little Theatre to stage the productions. With the help of Pe- likan's daughter Lisa and her son- in-law Bruce Davison, both ac- claimed actors with roots in Hol- lywood and on Broadway, they had hoped to stage one summer Building Productions Paige Phillips Berdini benefit slated for Cloud 9 on Valentine's Day "Building Bridges of Love Through Diversity 8," an Ebony production, will be presented on Saturday, Feb. 14, as a tribute to Paige Phillips Berdini. The show, be held at Cloud 9 Restaurant & Bar in Rehoboth Beach, will begin at 10:30 p.m. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Jeffrey D. Goeringer Memorial Building Fund. theatre production in 1998. Future goals call for producing two or three plays each summer, starring actors whose names could easily be household words in a new performing arts facility that would be built somewhere in the Lewes-Rehoboth Beach area. During a meeting slated for this weekend, the committee members will solidify plans to hold a vari- ety of fund-raising events at homes and other venues both here and in cities thatusually attract visitors to the Cape Region. This could include guest artist appear- ances by a number of celebrities. They also hope to educate the community about the Henlopen Theater Project, and will be speaking to various organizations about their goals. "Our strongest efforts will be to build community support and we want everyone to join in if they would like," Pelikan noted, who is not discouraged by the delay in getting the project off the ground as they continue to build on their foundation of interest and fund- ing. She also wanted to stress that under the auspices of the Sussex Arts Council (SAC), the Henlopen Theater Project has legitimate nonprofit status and all donations are tax-deductible. Anyone wishing to contribute, Grace, Sophistication and Unparalleled Oceanjont Dining. A Wide Selectio of Appetizing Cuisine Prepared with Fertise and Finesse Served by a Professionally Trained Staff. WrmrrmR IT'S BREAKFAST, LUNCH, AFTERNOON TE^ OR A PRrVATE P_'r, FOR THAT SPECIAL OCCASION, VICTOglA'S IS TI-m PLACE TO GO. VlCrOlUA'S SUNDAY BRUNCH IS A SELECTION OF FINE FOODS AND QUALITY S.RVlCE 10 A.M. o 2 P.M. /ereaaons Suaeaed =::.: ..... Where the only thing we overlook is the In the Four Dianamd Boardwalk Plaza Hotel Olive Ave. & The Boardwalk RehobothBeach 227-0615 whether it be in the form of a monetary donation, or the use of a home or facility in which to hold a fund-raiser, may call the SAC at 856-5421, as can anyone wishing to volunteer their time. '\\; 127B Rehoboth Mews ] Reholmth Beae2a / \\; 309--9.9.7-7s30 //" X Open 7-7 Dally iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiill ATLANTIC ................... ......... iiiiiiiiiiii!ilili ! TH|ATtRS i!i!i!iii!:00i!!i!!ii ............. ii:i:iiiiiiii=iii Frl., Jan. 30 - Thurs., Feb. 5 Midway Palace Theatre Midway Shopping Center, Route One. Rehoboth Beach 645-0200 PHANTOMS (1:31 )(R) 2 Shows Nightly 7:00 9.30 WAG THE DOG (1:49)(9) 2 Shows Nightly 7:15 9.30 TITANIC (3:17)(PG-13) 1 Show Nightly 8:00 SPICE WORLD (1:33)(PG-13) 2 Shows Nightly 7:15 9:30 MOUSE HUNT (1:33)(PG) 1 ,Show Nightly 7:00 GOOD WILL HUNTING (2:04)(R) 2 Shows Nightly 7:00 9:30 HARD RAIN (1:39)(R) 1 Show Nightly 9.00 DEEP RISING (1:06)(R) 2 Shows Nightly 7:15 9.00 EVERY WEDNESDAY mORT AU, sears $s.00 MA[IES SAT., SUN. AT I.'OO P.M. DISCOUNT TICKET BOOm NOW AVAILABLE- GREAT GIFTS. Rehoboth Mall Cinema Rehoboth Mall, Route One, Rehoboth Beach 645-0200 HALF BAKED (1:20)(R) 2 Shows Fri & Sat 7:10 9:30 1 Show Sun-Thurs 8:00 TITANIC (3:17)(PG-13) 1 Show Nightly 7:30 AMISTAD (2:38)(R) 1 Show Nighty 7:45 DESPERATE MEASURES (1:40)(R) 2 Shows Fri & Sat 7:00 9:30 1 Show Sun-Thurs 7:45 GREAT EXPECTATIONS (1:46)(R) 2 Shows Fri & Sat 7:00 9:30 1 Show SumThurs 7:45 AS GOOD AS IT GETS (2:14)(PG-13) 2 Shows Fn & Sat 7:00 9:30 1 Show Sun-Thurs 7:45 l]]lBR.Ir/@'GBT .,uJ. sz,trs $5.oo DISCOURr BIXICS ZCOW