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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 24 - March 30, 2000 - 73 St. Thomas More to stage Robert Swift play March 24, 25 The St. Thomas More Drama Club will present its spring project, a short play titled "If These Walls Could Talk," by Robert Swift. The work confronts the problems of today's youth with honesty and forcefulness. The cast includes Jenn Cosgrove, Marissa Marro, Kristen Teaff, Caitlin Smith, Steve Boedigheimer, Brian Lessard and Josh Stein. The play will be presented at the academy's gym- nasium at 7 p.m., March 24 and 25. The show is free and open to the public. For more information, call 302-697-8100. 'teserved for Sunset," a scene from Owls Head, Maine, is a watercolor by Margaret Kranking, who will be teaching a wa- tercolor class at the Rehoboth Art League in April. RAL offers 'Color & Light' classes beginning in April Artist Margaret Graham Krank- ing will teach a watercolor class from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Wednesday and Thursday, April 26 and 27. The class, Color and Light, will be held at the Re- hoboth Art League's Chambers' Studio. Day one of the class will cover light and shadows. Day tw o ex- plore the relationships between clouds, boats and marshes with sunlight. Weather permitting, the class may venture outdoors to observe nature. A demonstration by the instruc- tor will be given, along with time for critiques. The cost of the class is $90 for members and $100 for nonmembers. Class size is limit- ed, so early registration is encour- aged. A native of South Carolina, Kranking has spent most of her time in Washington, D.C. Her professional credits range from listings in the Who's Who in American Art to Who's Who in the World. An official U.S. Coast Guard artist, Kranking is represented in national and international corpo- rate, private and public collec- tions. Gwen Bragg's April class, Im- proving Landscapes and Seascapes, is full. However, there is still some room in her Septem- ber class. To register for any Rehoboth Art League class, call 227-8408. Seafood Restaurant Tuesclay is Wine Lover's Night all bottled wines are half price with any dinner entree selection Seafood Restaurant Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 7 Days Year Round Rt. 1 at Rt. 24, Rehoboth Beach (302) 645-9132 ach film '': :: i ii!!iiiiiiiii  ......................... third annual Tickets available at: Nil, 310 Rehoboth Ave. Mo, Thurs. It Fri. 4 pat to dose; Sat. It Sun. 12 p.m. to close call 9)l.226.BRW e Rill  Ofllee, Rehoboth I11 Mort. through Fd. 9:30 a.m.- 5:30 p.m. call 302.64S.9095 All proceeds bcnt' the nopofa gmbobo Beach film Soc-tz producers of ee Rdobot Beth )ndepe Film Festival. The Rehoboth Ileach Fdm Society is partially funded by the Delawa Division ( The Arts.