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52 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 7 - March 13, 1997 Second Street Players open season with "i['11 Be Back Before Midnight" fore Midnight" isn't likely to tre- ble a tune since she is barely able to keep an even keel, never mind stay on key. A recent graduate of a stay in a mental hospital, the char- acter has difficulty knowing who to doubt first, herself or those around her. The cast and director can be heard on the Dan Gaffney show, Eagle 97, Thursday, March 13. Between 8-8:30 a.m., they will an- swer questions and entice listeners to take a chance on a chilling visit to the theatre. To take the edge off of the pro- duction and sweeten the experi- ence, A Second Cup coffee and baked goods shop will be offering Dastardly Deeds Desserts before and after performances. A playbill coupon entities the bearer to free coffee or tea if they purchase one of the custom-made desserts. The shop is located across the street from the theatre. "I'll Be Back Before Midnight" will be performed March 14, 15, 16, 21, 22 and 23. Friday and Sat- urday performances are at 8 p.m. and Sunday matinees are at 3 p.m. Justine Mataleno. The public is invited to this free program. Refreshments are avail- able. Call 645-9293 for more in- formation. Opening the Second Street da. Players' 1997 season, the mys- Fein was seen in the Second tery-thriller "I'll Be Back Before Street production of "On Golden Midnight" invites the audience to Pond." He studied acting at Tern- take see who or what is waiting in ple University and loves to read the dark on the other side of the plays. Fein's character at first ap- door. pears harmless, if sodden, then With characters who range from gives the audience plenty to guess slightly unbalanced to over the about. He could be just a good old edge, there are no guarantees that boy who enjoys a little spirit in his opening the door is a good idea; coffee, or he might be the kind for that matter, the windows in the who buries his problems. plotline are slightly suspect as After moving to Delaware, well. Parisi earned a part in Second Cast members of "I'll Be Back Street's 1996 summer production Before Midnight" are Josh Fein, of "Breaking Legs." He has train- Tracey Lund, Kane Mowrey and ing in acting and directing and is a Mark Parisi. certified stage combatant and Lund makes her first appear- fight choreographer. His stage ance with Second Street as a ma- fighting skills come in handy, and nipulative female whose relation- his character is not nearly so ship to one of the other characters wholesome as his penchant for is difficult to get a handle on. Is keeping his body in shape might she kin; or is she trying to kindle lead the audience to believe. more than brotherly love? Lund Often heard as much as she is comes to the Players with experi- seen, Mowrey often has major ence in several other theatre roles in musicals and musical re- groups. She recently appeared vues. A vocal/choral music with Kent County Theatre Guild, teacher, she has also directed and she has performed in other youth musicals for the Players. groups in California and in Flori- Her character in "I'll Be Back Be- Lewes Senior Center to offer mushroom program March 11 The Lewes Senior Center will Hoekessin. The program includes offer a Delaware Humanities pro- a slide lecture, sample of mush- gram at 1 p.m., Tuesday, March rooms, and recipes will be avail- 11, on the rise and fall of mush- able. Dolls will also be on display. room farms on Valley Road in The program is presented by Sunday Sounds of 2 EM. - 4 P.M. LEADING NAMES IN JAZZ Ragtime to Boogie Woogie Blues, Buddy Bolden, Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, Charlie Parker, Billy Strayhorn, Music from the Be-Bob, The Cool Jazz, The Hard-Bub and Fusion Period. Great Instruments. Great Vocals. Great Jazz. All Brought To You by BERNARD SWEETNEY All tickets for Friday and Satur- reservations, call the ticketline, day shows are $10; senior citizens 422-0220. The Riverfront Theatre and students pay a discount price is located at 2 S. Walnut St., of $9 for Sunday matinees. For downtown Milford. OPENING SOON'. Full menu still available. Added by popular demand the greatest buffet. Youe got to see It and taste it. ALL YOU CAN EAT BB, RIBS & CHICKEN The special starts off with BBQ Chicken, BBQ Baby Back Ribs & BBQ Beef Ribs. After the initial order you may re-order any of the above. Offer available until closing. The Kids Love our CHILDREN'S MENU Pizza, Dinosaur nuggets & Lots Morel All specials not available for Carry Out or Early Bird EARLY BIRD MENU from s8.95 (Early Bird til 6:30 pm) REGULAR MENU from *9.95 II Route 1, Rehoboth 62nd St 131st St. & Coastal Hwy. (302) 227-1777 & Coastal Hwy. (410) 250-3100 Opening (410) 524-RIBS Carry-Out (410) 250-3131 To be announced Open Fri., Sat. 4 p.m. Open Thurs., Fri., Sat. 4 p.m. Sun. 3 p.m, Sun. 3 p.m. Dining Out ? Check out Cape Cuisine for a varied selection of local restaurants.