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66 - CAPE GAZETI, Friday, March 24 - March 30, 2000 Millsboro League':s, two perspectives opens April 6 Two Sussex County artists will exhibit their artistic per- spectives at the Millsboro Art League beginning April 6. The Art league is located on Main Street in downtown Millsboro. RAL, Possums bring radio to life April 1, 2 a new eatery called Joe's Gravy Bowl are discovered. Director Beverly Gayhardt brings years of theater experience from directing talent shows at Fort Lewis, Wash., to the "Drunk- ard" and "You Can't Take It With You." She has played Mrs. Pierce in "Pygmalion," the Countess in "Ali's Well That Ends Well," and the widow in "The Taming of the Shrew," to name just a few. The programs feature Ad Hoc founder Dave Palmer as Fibber and Jean Savoy as Molly. The supporting cast brings years of lis- tening to radio dramas and come- dies and their considerable stage experience to recreating these family favorites for another gen- eration. Tickets for the performances are $10 each and include a wine and cheese intermission. Reserva- tions may be made by calling 856- 4560. The Rehoboth Art League and Possum Point Players' Ad Hoc Touring Company will recreate two old-time radio comedies at the Art League's Chambers studio at 7 p.m., Saturday, April 1, and 2 p.m., Sunday, April 2. Convinced that there are still many who remember the excite- ment of sitting around the radio in the living room after dinner to hear "Charlie McCarthy and Edgar Bergen," or "Boston Blacky," or "One Man's Family," the Ad Hoc Touring Company has prepared two "Fibber McGee and Molly" reenactments. The first is from a program which first aired on April 18, 1939, titled "Molly Wants a Bud- get," where Fibber is heard com- pounding a lapse in his family economy by further extravagance. The second show, from Feb. 19, 1946, is titled "Fibber and Doc Dine Out," in which the terrors of The Millsboro Art League will sponsor an exhibition of Sussex Countians as viewed from two different artistic perspectives. Doris Price of Miilsboro and Richard Mathews of Bethany Beach, will be exhibiting portraits of Sussex Countians who have modeled for the Rehoboth Art League sketch group. The exhibit will be on display at the Millsboro Art Gallery on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays through April 28. The exhibition is free and open to the public and members of the community are welcome to stop by and look for their portrayed neighbors and friends. An artists' reception will be held from 5 to 7 p.m., Friday, April 14. Models and their families and friends are especially invited. Each model in attendance at the reception will be offered a free photograph of his or her exhibited portrait. Models who attend the reception and wish to purchase their own portrait should ask the artist about the model's discount. For the past few years, Price and Mathews have been regulars at the Tuesday evening Rehoboth Art League sketch group. Their interpretations of the same mod- els are contrasts in vision and style. Price works with pastel in a vigorous, broad, expressive style, while Mathews's more precise style makes use of pastel, water- color and colored pencil. Mathews is an illustrator and art director retired from the U.S. De- partment of Labor who lives in Bethany Beach. Price has shown her acrylic jazz works in the New York metropoli- tan area as well as at Delaware State University and the Carvel State Office Building in Wilming- ton. Returning to her hometown, she has been a regular participant at the Rehoboth Art League sketch group for the past five years. The two artists will have an ex- hibition of their portraits at Delaware Technical & Communi- ty College in Georgetown in June. For more information about the Millsboro exhibit, call Arline Bo- gie, president of the Millsboro Art League at 934-8682. 207 Rehoboth Avenue 227-1986 Hours: Dinner Served Nightly 5-10 Served Sat. & Sun. Noon - 5 p.m. BIG JOE and the Dyna Flows Jump & Jive Put on your dancing shoes- Big Joe and the Dynaflows are coming to town. Jumping Jazz & Blazing Blues await you with this nationally known act! Thursday, March 30th Best Dry.ed Beef Friday. Aprn 7th | Early Bird Specials 5-6:30 PM D.C.'S "W.P.G. TRIO featuring | 15% off all food items BENJI PORECKI" I 0"0"*** ........ tttrday, April Sth | "D.C.'S "W.P.G. TRIO featuring | Open Wednesday - Sunday Dinner from 5 p.m. 59 Lake Ave. Rehoboth Beach 227- 6121