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Movies Krlsten Seal photo Derickson photos on exhibit in Rehoboth Delaware National Bank on Route One in Rehoboth is con- tinning its efforts to showcase local artists. Currently on dis- play within the bank are several works by local photographer AI Derickson, owner of Timeless Images in Lewes. Derickson is seen here with exhibit coordinator Susan Sokowski. His specialties include weddings and children, family, individual and senior portraiture. For more information, call Timeless Images at 645-8225. Shrimp Feast and Oyster Eat set for Sussex this weekend Tickets are selling like wildfire for tonight's all female Shrimp Feast and all male Oyster Eat and time is running out. Tickets will not be available at the door for the Fifth Annual Lewes Fire Depart- ment's Shrimp Feast, so if you are interested in attending, contact any member of the Lewes Volun- teer Fire Department as soon as possible. Shrimp Feast tickets are $16 each for the event at the Lewes Station No. 2 in Nassau. The ladies will enjoy all the steamed shrimp they can eat, sandwiches, sodas, wine and light beer. A DJ will spin records and an auction will be held for the sil- ver Shrimp Feast bracelet as well as drawings and door prizes. The 59th Annual Oyster Eat will be held at the Georgetown Fire Hall from 8 p.m. to midnight. Tickets are $13 in advance at $14 at the door and can be purchased from Georgetown Volunteer Fire Department members. A blue- grass band from Pennsylvania will perform throughout the evening. with oysters, beer, sandwiches. Baystar plans "Miss Daisy" auditions Baystar Production, Inc. will hold auditions for "Driving Miss Daisy" at the Sea Horse Restaurant at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 24 and again at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 28. The production will open on April 11 and run on Thursday and Friday evenings through May 17. This come- dy is the story of the relationship between a prim and genteel elderly southern lady and the black man she must accept as her chauffeur. Three people are needed. Daisy, whose on-stage age ranges from 72 to 97; Hoke, whose on-stage age ranges from 60 to 85; and Boolie, whose on- stage age is 40 to 65. Those auditioning for any of the parts need not be those specified ages. Those who cannot make the audition dates or who are interested in working with the show should contact director Geoff Thompson at 645-0404 during the day. Shrimp Clams Mussels $4.95 Thursdays 4 P.M. - Closing RII For reservations 226-1160 cOOKING CLASS EVERY SATURDAY 12 NOON $20.00 INCLUDES LUNCHEON under direction of Chef Mario Botindari OPEN FOR DINNER THURS. - FRI. ~ SAT. & SUN. 5 P.M. 32 Lake Ave., Rehoboth Beach Across from Fran O'Briens ! ta00.'l AII|I t tIt00.'i All |Ii CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, February 23 - February 29, 1996 - 39 The following movies are now playing in the resort area: • Mary Reilly: Long-delayed project about the infamous chemi- cal dependent Dr. Jeckyll whose young maid falls in love with him before learning of his dual identi- ty. Starring Julia Roberts and John Malkovich. Rated R. • Rumble in the Bronx: Eng- lish and Chinese language action film about a Hong Kong cop who comes to New York for a visit but winds up defending a Chinese woman's restaurant from racke- teering bikers. Starring Hong Kong action su- perstar Jackie Chan. Rated R. • Unforgettable: Science fic- tion/mystery about a medical ex- aminer obsessed with solving the brutal murder of his wife and a brilliant female medical re- searcher's new drug which allows him to experience the memories of people connected to her death. Starring Ray Liotta and Linda Fiorentino. Rated R. • Before and After: An upscale couple (a doctor and an artisO find themselves engineering a cover- up after their son is accused of murder. Based on the novel by Rosellen Brown: Starring Liam Neeson and Meryl Streep. Rated PG- 13. • Broken Arrow: Action thriller about two stealth jet pilots, one good and one evil, who race to recover a lost nuclear warhead. Starting John Travolta and Christ- ian Slater. Rated R. • Sense and Sensibility: Emma Thompson and Hugh Grant star in this critically acclaimed adapta- tion of Jane Austen's classic ro- mance. Rated PG. • City Hall: After a police de- tective and a six-year-old are mur- dered by a paroled narcotic dealer, a New York deputy mayor fol- lows a trail of Mob intrigue and deceit that seems to reveal corrup- tion on the part of the city's chief executive. Starring A1 Pacino, John Cusak and Bridget Fonda. Rated R. • Mr. Wrong: Romantic come- dy about a talk show producer who, under pressure from friends and family, gets involved with a man who at first seems like he could be Mr. Right. Starring Ellen DeGeneres and Bill Pullman Rated PG-13. • Happy Gilmore: Comedy about a loutish golfer with a blue collar background who frightens many when he joins the PGA tour. Starring Adam Sandier. Rated PG-13. • Muppet Treasure Island: Kermit, Fozzie, Gonzo, Dr. Bun- sen Honeydew, Beaker and Miss Piggy team up once again in this remake of the classic Robert Louis Stevenson novel. Starring Tim Curry. Rated G. • Dead Man Walking: Drama about a death row inmate and a nun who forms a relationship with him. Starring Susan Sarandon and Scan Penn, Rated R. • Leaving Las Vegas: Roman- tic drama about an alcoholic and a prostitute who learn about life from one another. Starring Nicolas Cage and Elis- abeth Shue. Rated R. • Mr. Holland's Opus: Decade-spanning comedy/drama about a high school music teacher who regrets never fulfilling his dream of becoming a professional musician. Starring Richard Dreyfuss, Jay Thomas, Glenne Headley and Olympia Dukakis. Rated PG. Frl., Feb. 23- Thm, s., Feb. 29 Midway Palace Theatre Midway Shopping Center. Route One. Rehoboth Beach 645-0200 HAPPY GILMORE (1:32)(PG-13) 2 Shows Fn. - Sat. 7:15 9:30 1 Show Sun. - Thum. 7:45 SENSE AND SENSIBILITY (2:16)(PG) 2 Shows Fri. - Sat. 7:00 9:30 1 Show Sun.-'fhurs. 7:45 MR. WRONG (1:32)(PG-13) 2 Shows FrL - Sat. 7:10 9:30 1 Show Sun.-Thurs. 8:00 BEFORE AND AFrER(1:48)(PG-13) 2 Shows Fri. - Sat. 7:00 9:30 1 Show Sun.-Thurs 7:45 UNFORGETFABLE (I :57)(R) 2 Shows Fri. - Sat. 7:10 9:30 1 Show Sun. - Thurs. 8:00 RUMBLE IN THE BRONX (1:27)(R) 2 Shows Fd. - Sat. 7:20 9:30 1 Show Sun. - Thurs. 8:00 ARROW (1:48)(R) 2 Shows Fd. - Sat. 7:15 9:30 1 Show Sun. - Thurs. 8:00 W=,# m#U An Seats $4.SO D/scmt T/cket Books No Amfllab/e Rehoboth Mall Cinexna Rehoboth Mall. Route One. Rehoboth Beach 645-0200 DEAD MAN WALKING (2:05)(R) 2 Shows Fri. - Sat. 7:00 9:.30 1 Show Sun. - Thurs. 7:45 MR. HOLLAND'S OPUS (2:23)(PG) 2 Shows Ffl - Sat. 7:00 9.20 1 Show Sun. - Thurs. 7:45 LEAVING I.AS VEGAS (1:41)(R) 2 Shows Ft. - Sat. 7.-00 9:30 1 Show Sun. - Thum. 8:00 MUPPET TREASURE ISLAND (1:32)(G) 2 SHOWS Ft. - SaL 7:15 9.30 1 Show Sun. - Thurs. 7:45 Cn'trVCL(IOI(R) 2 Shows Fd. - Sat 7:00 9.30 1 Show Sun. - Thurs. 7:45 MARY RBJ.Y (1:58) (F0 2 Shows Fd. - Sat. 7:00 9:30 1 Show Sun. - Thurs. 7:45 Mstbtea  S=€ at 1:OO p.m. BABE THE GALLANT PIG (G) tt t AI/$t, mm $4.$0 BoolW/€ow mi/nble The Lighthouse Restaurant II DRAWBRIDGE BAR SPECIALS II MONDAY • 4 p.m. - 9 p.m. $1 Burgers TUESDAY. 4 p.m. - Closing Hot Wings - $2 per dozen WEDNESDAY • 4 p.m. - Closing Wings, Mini Tacos, Skins. $4.95 FRIDAY. 4 p.m. - 7 p.m. 25€ Tacos • DJ Capt. Joe SATURDAY • 4 p.m. - Closing Appetizer Sampler - $5.00 SUNDAY • All Day Bloody Marys - $1.35 At Fisherman's Wharf Lewes • 645-6271