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Baystar Theater moves to Fenwick Inn; season begins March 19 The Baystar Dinner Theater is now Ocean City's newest attrac- tion. Baystar has announced that it has moved its dinner theater to Jordan's Rooftop, located on the top floor of the Fenwick Inn at 138th Street and Coastal Highway. For the past five years, Baystar had been a fixture in the Sea Horse Restaurant, now DiNardo's, in Rehoboth Beach. Baystar has also announced its 1998 theatrical schedule for its new location. Opening the season on Thursday, March 19 and con- tinuing through April 16, will be "Music of the Night," an evening featuring the works of Andrew Lloyd Webber, featuring songs and dances from such Broadway hits as "Phantom of the Opera," "Evita," "Cats," "Jesus Christ Superstar, .... Joseph and the His American Technical Dreamcoat," "Sunset Boulevard," and more. Another music offering, "All I Color Need Is the Girl," sends up a trib- ute to the women in everyone's life. Five beautiful, costumed women sing hits from Broadway, Hollywood and Tin Pan Alley. Show dates are April 30 through May 28. Filling the late spring, early summer slot will be the Nell Simon hit comedy "Last of the Red Hot Lovers," a show that has drawn rave-reviews since opening on Broadway 30 years ago. The story is all about Barney Cashman, who is convinced that he is going through a midlife cri- sis and that he needs to have an affair to pull himself out of it. So on three different occasions, he entices three different women to meet him at his mother's apart- ment when she is away. What hap- pens to Barney each time is not funny to him, but it certainly is to the audience. The show dates are June 4 through July 9. opment experience to answer questions or offer solutions to painting problems as well as to discuss colors that are historically and architecturally correct for southern Delaware's historic homes. Program chairman Mike Tyler said that this meeting is a bit of a departure from the typical histori- cal society monthly get-together: "We're always looking for stimu- lating topics and we felt that with so many historic homes in our area, people would enjoy learning more about how to dress their homes' exteriors." He said that two books on house painting - "How to Create Your Own Painted Lady" and "Paint Your House Like a Pro" - will be given away as door prizes. The meeting is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served following the presentation. Continued from page 65 will be regional sales representa- tive Gene Gross who will be accompanied by Shinn's Paint's Lewes Store Manager Craig Parola and Tom Yetter, manager of Shinn's Newark store. Duron paint's architectural sales repre- sentative Cathy Mente, will be joined by sales representative Ron Marquess, Rehoboth Store Manager Steve Tidball and Assistant Manager Dale Nauman. The Sherwin Williams team will consist of panelist-speaker District Manager Tom Leahy and his area sales representative Mal Price and Assistant Store Manager Zed Cherrix. The members of all three teams will rely on many years of paint and product devel- Lix00 BANDS EVERY FRIDAY AT 8PM EARLY BIRD PASTA SPECIALS $ 695 Daily From 4 - 6 p.m. The last show of the summer season will be "Grease," which will transport the audience back to 1959, to Rydell High, filled with gum-chewing, hubcap stealing, hot-rod loving boys with "DAs" and leather jackets and their wise- cracking girls in teased curls, bobby sox, poodle skirts and pedal pushers. Sing along with the gang through pajama parties, the prom, burger palaces and the drive-in movie. Show dates are July 15 through Aug. 20. While the stage lights will not be turned on during September, on Oct. 1 the crazy sisters of Hoboken will again return to Baystar in "Nunsense." The five survivors of the touch of botulism that wiped out the convent - brought about by Sister Julia, Child of God, the convent cook, and her vichyssoise - parade their talents in a variety show to raise funds to lay to rest the last four dearly departed nuns, who are now in the freezer. Nunsense runs through Nov. 7. Winding up the 1998 season will be "Christmas with Baystar." Baystar's Christmas shows have become an area tradition, and pro- vide entertainment for families, couples, office parties and other groups. All performances in the Baystar Dinner Theater feature a Jordan's Rooftop buffet and a cash bar. Dinner is at 6 p.m.; the show begins about 7:30 p.m. Prices are $34.95 or $32.95 for groups of 25 or more. For more information or to make reservations, call 945- 5763. Lewes Senior Center to hold bazaar March 28 The Lewes Senior Center will sponsor a spring bazaar on Saturday, March 28, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The center is located at 310 Nassau Park, north of Best's Store, and just outside of the Nassau Mobile Home Park. The bazaar will feature baked goods, crafts, small treasures, oldies but goodies, white elephants and a fortuneteller. A thrift shop will also be open. Lunch is available to eat in or take out. For more information, call 645-9293 between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. Tickets on sale for Miss Delaware Pageant The Miss Delaware Pageant will be held on Friday, June 5, and Saturday, June 6, at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center, lcoated on Rehoboth Avenue. Tickets may be obtained by calling George Cannon at 492-0243. Payment may be made by check, VISA, MasterCard, Discover or Novus. RESTAURANT & SALOON DEWEY BEACH, DELAWARE All U-Can-Eat Salad Bar Raw Bar- with Clams & Oysters on the 1/2 shell Hot Buffet including Carved Top Round of Beef, BBQ Baby Back Ribs, Alaskan Snow Crab Legs, Fried Shrimp, Steamed Shrimp, Crab Balls, Stuffed Flounder with Crab Imperial .... over 25 items/ Dessert Bar with Build Your Own Sundae March 13- The Hitmen March 20 - Daryl Davis March 27- The Convertibles Dickinson Street On the Bay Dewey Beach * 227-3888