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Second Street Players' 'Ruthless' rolls into f'mal weekend in Milford Second Street Players perform the final weekend of "Ruthless" this weekend before closing the curtain on the murderous moppet who competes for center stage with some of the major divas of southern Delaware. Director Eddie Cohee said an adult man in a mini, more leopard spots than can be seen in the zoo and lots of lines liberally lifted from classic diva movies of the '40s and '50s kept audience mem- bers laughing last weekend. He said the musical comedy is as camp as they come and the ac- tors are aided in creating the over- the-top atmosphere by the cos- tuming of Becky Chambers and the kitschy set decorated by Paul Janiga. From framed prints and ruffled curtains of the 1950s to animal prints and glamour shots of a hap- py-homemaker-turned prima don- na, the set travels through time. All the while, the stage is occu- pied by an aggressive talent agent with industrial-strength founda- tion garments, a mother who would eat her young if they were well-done enough and a personal assistant who plots revenge while she bats her lashes and sips the sauce. The cast includes Donna de Kuyper, Ann Maloney, Kane Mowrey, Sandra Naumann, Dick Pack and Rachel Silkworth. Cohee plays keyboard in the pit band along with other musicians Henrietta Dumas, keyboard; Them Canalichio, bass guitar, and Camron Franklin, drums. All experienced musicians, they have also all worked with Second Street Players in past productions. The outrageous, off-the-wall musical comedy is intended for general audience from middle school age and up. The play's language includes only the occasional expletive, and is generally in better iaste than some of the dresses worn by Pack and other actors. Remaining production dates for "Ruthless" are March 27; 28 and 29. Friday and Saturday curtains are at 8 p.m. and Sunday matinees are at 3 p.m. Tickets are $12; senior citizens and students pay a discount price of $11 for matinees only. To order tickets, call 422-0220. Second Street Players' River- front Theatre is at 2 S. Walnut, downtown Milford. The theatre is accessible to peo- ple with disabilities. The nonprofit group is support- ed, in part, by the Delaware Divi- sion of the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts. Georgetown-Millsboro Rotary Rally set May !6 The Georgetown-Millsboro Ro- tary Club has chosen May 16 as the date of its second Rotary Ral- ly. Rotarian Carl Maschauer, who heads the committee, said the event raised about $800 for local charities last year. The event, said Maschauer, is geared more toward family partic- ipation rather than speed racing or record setting. The 1998 Rotary Rally will feature 15-, 25-, and 50-mile courses. These will begin at 9 a.m. at the Sussex Central Senior High School in Georgetown. The courses will wind through the spring countryside toward Millsboro, on to Trap Pond and then back again. The cost for the rally packet, which includes a handsome, long- sleeved T-shirt, is $20 before April 16, and $25 thereafter. The proceeds will again benefit local community projects and charities. Rest areas, refreshments and a safety team will be available. Hel- mets are required. For more information, call Bill Taylor, club president, at 855- 2100, or Carl Maschauer at 856- 2020. Registration forms can also be obtained by writing to George- town-Millsboro Rotary Rally, P.O. Box 164, Georgetown, DE 19947. Adults - $25.00 " Kids - $15.00 :M. a Required -- (302) d720 : Toll Free =1.888456:TOOT (8668) 730 gs Hway, Lewes,: DE 19958 CatJ for aedtae of Spt, :-g available. Vl us on the lntemat at www.ricom CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 27 - April 2, 1998 - 71 The Original Place For Ribs! REHOBOTH lOCATION . New Addition To J/R's Fabulous ALL-U-CAN-EAT DINNER BUFFET includes Great Raw Bar, Oysters, Clams and Steamed Shrimp, J/R's Famous BBQ Ribs, Crab Legs, Prime Rib Seafood, Soup & Salad Bar, Dessert Bar, | Sundae Bar and lots more! | Regular menu also available. | | REHOBOTH LOCATION ONLY CG m mmmm m m mmm mum m m mmm mm mmm m i mm J mJ::J [ March 28 & 29 ; J $ I OFF BREAKFAST BUFFETj l NOT VALID WITH ANY OTHER SPECIALS VALID 3/28/98 3/29/98 : /| N " ' | --0 E COUPON PER PERSON-  . ! : ,"=t  cou when seat.] ['ust p,ent coupe,  at.] l"ust  coupon ,hen ,eateC[, I -- One per person -- I -- One per person -- I I -- One per person -- I || FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY $3OFF =, $2 OFF MARCH 22, 1998 Ii ADULT ADULT ,, BUY ONe ADULT DINNER BUFFET AT I I I I '::: REGULAR PRICE : DINNER '' DINNER AND GET THE i l: I I I BUFFET SECOND ADULT BUFFET DINNER BUFFET FOR I t I I I till 6 p.m. till 6 p.m. . $10 OFF. I Not valid with any other special, t; ! Not valid with any other special. I! Not valid with any other special. I I I Valid 3/28/98 I I Valid 3/29/98 : Valid 3/27198 1 Rehoboth only. CG t I Rehoboth only. CG Rehoboth only. CG Early Bird Menu