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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 24, March 30, 2000 - 67 Shakespeare graces Sussex Central's stage March 24, 25 By Jen Lemos Murder, reveng, ambition, greed and a touch of the supernat- ural, all within two hours traffic on stage. It's not the latest movie version of a Shakespearean classic; it's the real deal: The Sussex Central Take II Drama Club's latest the- atrical venture into the world of "Macbeth." The club will present "Mac- beth" at 7 p.m., March 24, and at I p.m., March 25, in the high school auditorium. Tickets are $5 for adults and $4 for students and senior citizens, and should be available at the door. Sophomore David Parsons plays the title role of Macbeth, a man whose ambition pushes him past the limits of reason. Sarah Loeber, a senior, portrays his scheming wife, Lady Macbeth. The production is directed by drama teacher Helen Barlow; the assistant director is Jessica Dut- ton, who also teaches drama a Sussex Central. Barlow said the varying themes and ideas in the play provides reasons for the audience to enjoy the production. "Look at all the different emo- tional levels involved," she said. "Love, hate, revenge, bloody bat- tles, psychotic killers - the same elements we're seeing in films Cape May Jazz Festival set April 7-9 The 13th Cape May Jazz Festi- val, set for April 7-9 in Cape May, N.J., will be dedicated this year to jazz great Louis Armstrong. Events will be set in Cape May Convention Hall, Cabanas, The Grand Hotel Ballroom, Carney's Gold Whale and the Top of the Marq at the Marquis de LaFayette Hotel, as well as the Star of the Sea auditorium. Complimentary buses will run from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m., Friday, and from 6:30 p.m. to 2 a.m., Saturday. Included in those performing will be the Roy Hargrove Quintet; Joe Chambers New York Sextet with Jon Faddis, Antonio Hart, Slide Hampton, Eric Reed and Buster Williams; Jimmy McGriff with Hank Crawford; David "Fat- head" Newman; Eddie Morgan Jazz Ensemble; Howard Isaacson Sextet; Miss Justine and Quartet; Kermit Ruffins & The Bar-B-Que Swingers; Bobby Watson with Bootsie Barnes Quartet; and the Shemekia Copeland Blues Band, and others. The festival is organized by the Friends of Cape May Jazz Inc., and is sponsored by Hennessy Cognac; AT&T Cable Services; Trump Plaza Hotel & Casino; Precision Cars; First Union Bank; Tracey Heun Brennan & Co.; Comcast Cellular One; WBGO Jazz 88; WRTI Jazz FM - Temple University Public Radio; WSAX 102.3; and Yamaha. An all-event weekend pass is $85. Other ticket options include a six-event Friday evening pass for $35; a seven-event Saturday evening pass, $35; Saturday after- noon Jam & Blues sessions from 1 to 4 p.m., $20; Sunday gospel featuring the Yancey Brothers from noon to 3 p.m., $15; and Sunday afternoon local jam, 1 to 4 p.m., Carney's featuring Barbara Walker and Robin Van Duzee Jams, $15. Tickets sold during the festival are cash only and available only at the box office located at Con- vention Hall beginning at 3 p.m., Friday, April 7. To reserve tickets in advance, call 609-884-727. Harborside- Lewes pening This lhursday March with a new Chef Chef Chris Bunting 00revlously Sedona Innovate+new mu. %+ lonth LUNCH: I I-5 Th, Fr, So DINNER: 5-9 Th SUNDAY LUNCH: 11-3, SEASON 6 now, Shakespeare did hundreds of years ago, and they're still holding up." Loeber said an appeal of the show to the public is that it con- tains issues of relevance to every- one, not just fans of Shakespeare. "The play is universal," she said. "It relates to everyday prob- lems and topics." "Besides," she added, "every- one likes to see death." "Great Italian Food at Affordable Prices" Weekly Specials Crab Balls $7.00 Cream of Crab $6.00 Shrimp Scampi Sauteed shrimp served in a lemon white wine garlic sauce served over pasta ........ $17.00 Surf and Turf A 6 oz. filet and a lobster tail served with horseradish mashed potato and vegetable$25.00 Veal Scaloppini Veal sauteed in a lemon white wine sauce with a side of vegetable and pasta ..... $18.00 Hours: Open Daily 4-10 pm weekdays 4-11 pm weekends |lgelaware-I Midway Shopping Center Rehoboth Beach, DE (302) 644-9005