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it# Rollanne Pack photo "Just the facts...Where were you when..?" In the Second Street Player's production of wrhe Mousetrap," Perry Jeffrey, right, applies his detective skills to the usual suspects, Nathan Thorpe and Tommye Staley, seated; and Carly Chamberlin and Robert Bekeshka, standing. Players to open 'Mousetrap' March 24 Spring may be coming slowly to southern Delaware, but on Sec- ond Street Players' stage, it's still the dead of winter. And, as the snow swirls in the presentation of "The Mousetrap," more than win- ter might end up dead. The Agatha Christie classic is set for March 24, 25, 26, 31 and April 1 and 2. As director Mark Dissinger said, "In true Christie style, no one is above suspicion, except maybe a victim or two, and those who arouse the least suspi- cion might be the most likely to be guilty," The director said "The Mouse- trap" cast has come together very well, both as actors portraying characters and as a group of peo- ple who are a pleasure to work with. "This is a nice mix; we have some very experienced people, and some who don't have that much experience," Dissinger said. "They all seem to feed off each other and I'm very pleased with the end result." Cast members include Rex Bat chelor, Robert Bekeshka, David Button, Carly Chamberlin, Perry Jeffrey, Bonnie Russell, Tommye Staley and Nathan Thorp. Rehoboth Beach resident Bekeshka and Lewes resident Jef- frey are making their first appear- ance with Second Street Players, but both have considerable stage experience. Jeffrey has even played the same character in pre- vious productions of "The Mouse- trap." Button and Chamberlin are active in Milford High School the- atre productions as well as with the players. Both have appeared in Street Kids' productions and provided acting and technical as- sistance in season productions. Button was recently in the play- ers' holiday presentation of "It's a Wonderful Life," and Chamberlin was in "Moon Over Buffalo." Sunday 11-2 Only $10.95" *Ala Carte menu 227-3100 Call for Reservations! 1st Class... Dining Elegance... Gourmet At It's Best/ Charmingly Elegant... Best Value in its Class WHAT BUZZ HAVE YOU HEARD? Week Night Specialsl : ::i! ':: ..... still available I ::: :: .... $13.95 1, __', ,___ I 1:' ,:binsOn Drive, RehoboiBeach Open 7 nigh 5- 1QYearRound 227-3100 * CaBrReservations Batchelor and Russell have spent much of the last two yars in the Riverfront Theatre. Both appeared in "Sweeney Todd," "Twelve Angry Jurors" and "It's a Wonderful Life." Staley has acted in Second Street and Kent County Continued on page 70 9 CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 24 - March 30, 2000.69 Sussex sculpture exhibit opens April 1 The Millsboro Art League will sponsor an exhibition of the works of local Sussex County sculptors, including Martha Griffin, Jack Korbobo, Kemp Ling, Aina Nergaard-Nammack, Ronald Ranftle, William Smith and Kristey Visbal. The free exhibit at the Millsboro Art League gallery will be open to the public from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from April 1 through April 15 and will feature works in bronze, clay and stone. An artists' reception will be held from 5 to 7 p.m., Friday, April 7. Art work will also be available for sale in the gallery. For more information, call Miilsboro Art League president Arline Bo- gie at 934-8682. The Millsboro Art League is located on Main Streetin downtown Miilsboro.