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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, February 4 - February 10,1994 • 31 Second Street Players to present V00ll, mtlne's Greeting Card soon Movies Songs from the movies will fill the Riverfront Theatre when the Second Street Players present an ongoing card for Valentine's Weekend. The Players invite sweethearts to celebrate the season of hearts and flowers with them at a perfor- mance of the musical revue "Movie-Teens." The show was written and performed for the 1993 Annual Trustees Gala in September. Kim Yanacek, Players presi- dent, said they will present the Valentine season shows in response to many requests for additional performances of "Movie-Teens." She said the love songs and oth- er sentimental favqrites from movies over the years make it a natural for a Valentine evening out. tures and cartoon features from the 1930s to the 1990s. Classic love songs from classic movies such as "Embraceable You" from An American in Paris, "As Time Goes By" from Casablanca and "All the Way" from Anchors Aweigh are included. Not-so-new love songs are giv- en a 1990s treatment selections such as "I Will Always Love You" from The Bodyguard, "When I Fall in Love" from Sleepless in Seattle and "Can't Help Falling in Love With You" from Sliver. The teens get ther turn with touches of new and old sentimen- tality in numbers like "A Whole New World" from Alladin, "Beauty and the Beast" from the cartoon of the same name, and "When You Wish Upon a Star" from Pinocchio. Performances are slated for Fri- day through Sunday, Feb. 11-13. The Friday and Saturday shows are at 8 p.m. and the Sunday mati- nee is at 3 p.m. All tickets are $10 for the evening shows and senior citizens and students pay a discount price of $5 for the matinee. The evening of song and dance includes tunes from motion pic- "Movie Teens" is directed by Kenney Workman. Included in the cast are Donna deKuyper, Henry Greene, Paul Janiga, Dulcena Kemmerlin, Kane Mowrey, Robin Quilton, John Ranney, Debbie Tappan, Aleta Thompson, Harvey Williams and Workman. For information or reservations call the ticketline at 422-0220. The theatre is at 2 S. Walnut St., downtown Milford. The tll6wing movies are now playing in the resort area: • Intersection: A provocative love story about an architect torn between an exhilarating new rela- tionship and his sense of responsi- bility to his estranged wife and 14-year-old daughter. Inspired by the French film "La Choses de ia Vie." Stars Richard Gere, Sharon Stone, Lolita Davidovich and Martin Landau. Rated R. • Philadelphia: A conserva- five, homophobic personal injury attorney finds himself taking the case of a gay lawyer with AIDS who was fired from his firm on the grounds that he was incompetent. Stars Tom Hanks as the AIDS vic- tim and Denzel Washington as his attorney. Rated R. • Grumpy Old Men: A pair of elderly, long-feuding neighbors - a widower and a divorced man - find their lives rev.italized when an exotic woman enters both their lives, Stars Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau. Rated PG-13. • The Pelican Brief: Suspense thriller about a law student who finds her life endangered when she stumbles upon the identity of the man who engineered the assassination of two Supreme Court justices. Based on the best- seller by John Grisham. Stars Julia Roberts, Denzell Washing- ton and John Lithgow. Rated PG- 13. • Beethoven's 2nd: The enor- mous St. Bernard from the first film fathers puppies, further dis- rupting the orderly lifestyle of his suburban masters• Returnees from the original film include actors Charles Grodin and Bonnie Hunt. Rated PG. Cape's Seaside Nature Center changes hours The Seaside Nature Center at Cape Henlopen State Park in Lewes has announced the follow- ing change of hours: Jan., Feb. and March - open Fri- day, Saturday and Sunday; April and May - open Wednes- "The Inn that was In before Inns wERE IN." RELAX I PleAsANt Room THE CORNER CUPBOARD INN 50 PARK AVENUE REHOBOTH BEACH, DE 19971 TELEPHONE 302-227-8553 day through Sunday; June, July and August - open seven days a week; September - open Wednesday through Sunday; and Oct., Nov. and Dec. - open Fri- day, Saturday and Sunday. A number of programs are held each week, even during the win- ter, such as birdwatching, nature hikes and lectures on various top- ics of interest. For more information call the center at 645-6852. Join us at the Rose & Crown for a unique dining experience in a cozy pub atmOsphere. We feature " authentic English fare, Fresh Seafood, Beef & Homemade Desserts. VOTED BEST BEER SELECTION uebnv* ToV uamm Killian's Red • John Courage • Watneys • Bass Ale • Guiness Stout • Harp • Whitbread • New Castle Brown Ale UMI Available Oe Tap) Monday Any Dinner entr6e *8.95, includes salad, vegetable b starch Tuesday price fish entr6e, i.e. Salmon $8.00 Fresh fish of day $8.00 Wednesday ½ price Burgers 30% off - Mm. Boubdlre, A m,a. new- ly estranged from his wife imper- sonates a British female to get the job of nanny to his own three chil- dren. Stars Robin Williams, Sally Field, Pierce Brosnan, Robert Prosky and Harvey Fierstein. Rat- ed PG-13. • Shadowlands: The true story of author-broadcaster C.S. Lewis (Anthony Hopkins), who falls in love with and marries New York poet Joy Gresham (Debra Winger), who is terminally ill. Directed by Richard Attenbor- ough. Rated PG- 13. • Ace Ventura: PJet Detective: Comedy about a man who special- izes in finding lost pets and his efforts to track down the kidnap- pers of a marine park attraction. Starring James Remar, Jim Car- rey. Ran Voun 8. lated  ! . • I'!1 Do Anything: Musical comedy about a Hollywood char- acter actor stru2lin to raise h; five-year-old daughter, and a manic, insecure film producer who falls in love with a research screener who cannot tell a lie. Produced and directed by James L. Brooks; starring Nick Nolte, newcomer Whittni Wright, Albert Brooks, Julie Kavner, Tracey Ull- man. Rated PG. • Blink: A blind member of an Irish rock and roll group, Emma Brody, portrayed by Madeline Stowe, receives her sight follow- ing an operation. She also observes the shadowy image of a murder and is stalked.by the per- petrator. Rated R. ATLANTIC THEA RS Friday, Feb. 4 thru Thursday, Feb. 10 (R)(1:46) 2 shows FrL & Sat. 7:10 9:30 • 1 Show Sun.-Thurs. 8:00 ' Mrs. Doubtflre (PG-13)(2:OO) 2 shows FrL & Sat. 7:10 9:30 • 1 Show Sun:Thurs. 8:00 Shadowland (PG)(2:11) 2 shows Frt & Sat. 7:00 9:30 • 1 Show SurL-Thors. 7:45 pelican Brief (PG-13)(2:21) 2 shows FrL & Sat. 7:00 9:30 • 1 Show SurL-Thurs. 7:45 ** Bargain Night ** Wednesday:. All Seats $4.00 7._-.-.--.-. -&$ ..... 7i(..-_    --=:  ;- ' -.  =-  •  =;i-.i = Friday, Feb. 4 thru Thursday, Feb. lO Beethoven's 2nd (PG)(1:36) 2 shows FrL & Sat. 7:00 9:30 • 1 Show SurL-Thurs. 7:30 Grumpy Old Men (PG-13)(2:00) 2 shows FrL & Sat. 7:00 9:30 • 1 Show Sui-Thors. 7:45 Intersection (R)(1:48) 2 shows FrL & Sat. 7:00 9:30 • 1 Show SurL-Thurs. 7:45 Philadelphia (r)(2iOO) • 2 shows FrL & Sat. 7:00 9:30 • 1 Show Sun.-Thurs. 7:30 Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (PG)(1:32) 2 shows FrL &Sat. 7:15 9:30 • 1 Show Sun.-Thurs. 7:30 I'll DO AnyOfing (PG-13)(1:59) 2 shows FrL & Sat. 7:00 9:30 • 1 Show SurL-Thurs. 7:30 • * Bargain Night ** Tuesdays: All Seats $4.00 Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday matinee at I p.m. REHOBOTH MALL CINEMA ONLy MmWA₯ PAtAC THEATRE REOBOTH MAIL MIDWAY SHOPPING CENTER REHOBOTH MALL Route 1, Rehoboth Beach, DE Route 1, Rehoboth Beach, DE 645-0200 645-0200 • - " -- :-:: :---- I,