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o: Cape Gazette ~f .~ FRIDAY, MARCH 25 - MONDAY, MARCH 28, 2011 73 Steppin' Out )) D~ IIEACN Ugldlbouu ~ Ban 124 Dickinson Ave., Lyric Drive Deck Party every Saturday, 1 p.m. Spokey Speaker every Monday, 9:30 p.m. Element K every Thursday, 9:30 p.m. Ruddertowne. 227-6444.: SUBMITTED PHOTO STACEY FEARHEILEY will portray journalist Molly Ivins in a CAMP Rehoboth production of "Red Hot Patriot" set for April 9-10. 1 f CAMP Rehoboth The show, presented by permis- sion of Samuel French, will be per- tohost funny show formed at 8 p.m., Saturday, and 2 p.m., Sunday. It is directed by Fay Ja- The area premier of the one- cobs. Jacobs directed shows profes- woman show, "Red Hot Patriot - the sionally for 30 years in the Washing- Kick-Ass Wit of Molly Ivins," will be ton, D.C. area prior to relocating to staged for two performances only the beach in 1999. Since that time she Saturday and Sunday, April 9 and 10, has directed many productions here, at CAMP Rehoboth, 37 Baltimore including "Love Letters" and "The Ave. in Rehoboth Beach. Vagina Monologues." Stacey Fearheiley portrays the un- Originally from Tennessee, Stacey sinkable Molly Ivins, the famously Fearheiley has spent more than 20 brassy newspaper columnist and years in the D.C. area performing in best-selling author. A true Texas roles in "Steel Magnolias," "Lend Me original, Iv'ms was a sharp-tongued a Tenor, .... The Heidi Chronicles" wit who skewered the political estab- and many more. She has directed nu- lishment and the good ol' boys with merous productions as well. In addi- her unforgettable humor and wis- tion to a sold-out production of"The dom. Written by twin sisters, Mar- Vagina Monologues" at the Re- garet and Allison Engel, themselves hoboth Beach Convention Center in longtime journalists, the play cele- 2005, she appeared in productions at brates Ivins' courage, humor, and un- The Rehoboth Art League and the flagging sense of justice. Rehoboth Beach Theatre of the Arts. The show is funny, moving and po- The show is sponsored by CAMP litical!y.provocative. Ivins was a Rehoboth and Susan ]imenez of strong, even raucous female voice in Guardian Property Management. the male-dominated world of Texas Tickets are $20 and can be reserved journalism and politics, by calling 302-227-5620. Rusty Rudden, Dickinson SL and the bay. Friday, April 1 - Mike Hines & The Look; Saturday, April 2 - Speaker City; Friday, April 8 - Table Ten; Saturday, April 9 - Chorduroy; Friday, April 15 - Dewey Beach Chickfest (four stages, 18 female-fronted bands); Saturday, April 16 - Delaware Music Festival (four stages with Delaware-based bands); Saturday, April 23 - Chili cookoff; Saturday, April 30 - Adrhiral Dewey Day. 227-3888. LEWF.S Amabella'= 1201 Savannah Road. Sunday, March 27 - Bryan Clark; Sunday, April 3 ' Sol Knopf. 645-1980. ~r~,me: Second and Market streets. Saturdays - Shore Jazz, 7-10 p.m. Friday, April 1 - A Couple of Larry's (Kent Schoch and John Pollard), 7-19 p.m.; Monday, April 4 - Jay Hoad (ticket-only event), 7-10 p.m. 645-8108. DOGFISH HEAD BREWINGS & F.~TS in Rehoboth Beach will feature a free show by American garage rock band The Reshtones at 10 p.m. Saturday, April 2. Get there early for a film premier of the band's new documentary, which will be shown before the show. Call 226-BREW or go to dogfish.corn for more infor-~ mation: LONG NECK J,D, Shuckers: Route 24, Peddlers Village Thursdays - Paul Cullen, 6-9 p:m. 945-8850. Bethany Biue~ 18385 Coastal Highway. Tuesdays - Open mike night with Jay Wilcox, 8 p.m. Wednesdays - Love Seed Duo of Rick and Pete, 7-10 p.m. Thursdays - Team Trivia with DJ Bo, 8 p.m. Saturday, March 26 - Rod