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74 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 27 - April 2, 1998 Rosanne Pack photo Lewes Senior Center prepares for bazaar All set for a spring fling or at least looking the part, this lucky stiff catches the eye of Charles Czerwinski as he makes plans to attend the annual Lewes Senior Center Spring Bazaar, Saturday, March 28, from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. The "resident dumb blond" of the center will give the brand-new $300+ par- ty dress right off her back to the winner of a bazaar raffle. Other lucky winners will take home cash from 50-50 raffles. There will be baked goods, crafts (many handmade in center classes), small treasures, white elephant items and oldies-but- goodies of many types donated by center members. A for- tuneteller will look into the future and center volunteers will serve lunch, including hot dogs and meatball and barbecue sandwiches. The Lewes Senior Center is at 310 Nassau Park Road; for information, call 645-9293. Night *10 2 Entr6es IZ aystar sets 'Last of Red Hot Lovers' Baystar Productions Inc. will hold auditions at Jordan's Rooftop Restaurant, which is on the top floor of the Fenwick Inn at 138th Street and Coastal Highway in Ocean City, Md., on Sunday, March 29, and Monday, March 30, at 7:30 p.m. both days, for the Neii Simon comedy "Last of the Red Hot Lovers." The show will run m the Baystar Dinner Theater on two nights each week from June 4 through July 9. In "Last of the Red Hot Lovers," the audience meets Bar- ney Cashman, a middle-aged, married restaurant owner who feels the sexual revolution is just passing him by, so he decides to climb on the bandwagon and have an affair. After three tries, he dis- covers that the old adage "three strikes and you're out" is true. Baystar is looking for Barney and his three strikeouts - three women who range in age from 20s to 50s. All those auditioning will be asked to read from the script, which will be provided. Those who cannot make the scheduled audition dates or who are interest- ed in working in a technical ca- pacity should call Marjorie Eck- erd on 302-732-9214. Those se- lected for the cast and all mem- bers of the technical crew will be compensated through a royalty contract, with payment based up- auditions March 29-30 on a percentage of the house. The Baystar Dinner Theater is located in the Bay Room of Jordan's Rooftop. For reservations to the current show, "Music of the Night," call 302-945-5763. Aunt I-IOLLY' S Since1946 RESTAURANT JOIN OUR LUNCH CLUB & GET A FREE LUNCH!! Open Daily 7 a.m. Midway Shopping Center 4578 Highway One Reho-both Beach m 302-645-7705 m