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58 - CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, March 28- April 3, 1997 Perrone to dire,:t PPP hit come, ly "Bell, Book and Candle" Director Ferdie Perrone of Mil- ford is directing Possum Point Players' "Bell, Book and Candle." Concert/dinner to benefit Milford Histodcal Society The Banking House Inn Restau- rant and The Towers Bed & Breakfast are once again planning an evening of black-tie entertain- ment and dining. The second annual "Candlelight Concert and Dinner" is scheduled for Saturday evening, April 5 and proceeds from the event will ben- efit the Milford Historical Society. This year the entertainment will be provided by the very popular string trio of Jennifer Haas (vie- fin), Liaune Campbell (viola), and Ross Beauchamp (cello). Banking House Inn chef Ron Affayroux is planning a six course dinner, with each course complimented by a different wine. The black-tie evening will begin at 5:30 p.m. with a reception at The Towers, which is located at 101 N Front Street. The concert will start at 6:30 p.m. Dinner will follow at the Bank- ing House Inn, 112 NW Front Street, at 8 p.m. The final dessert course will be accompanied by a short musical presentation. The program will conclude around 10 p.m. Proceeds from the evening will support the Milford Historical So- ciety's various restoration pro- jects. Tickets for the entire evening are $100 per person. A portion of this amount is tax deductible as a charitable contribution. The public is invited, but seat- ing is limited to 45 guests. The first 45 paid reservations will be honored with invitations. Last year, the event sold out quickly. Checks should be addressed to The Towers, 101 N.W. Front Street, Milford, DE 19963. For more information, call the histori- cal society president, David Ken- ton at (302) 422-3702. Ferry to offer Cape Zoo package from Lewes on March 29 The Cape May - Lewes Ferry will offer a special holiday excur- sion package to the Cape May County Park and Zoo on Saturday, March 29. The zoo vessel-will depart the Lewes terminal at 10 a.m. Every Thursday Nig is 1/2 PRICE Pizza Ni! The package price for adults and children is $15 which in- cludes round-trip foot passenger passage on the ferry and shuttle transportation to the zoo. The return trip to Lewes departs the Cape May terminal at 4:20 p.m. Reservations are recommended and may be made by calling the terminal at 644-6030. This hit comedy by John van Druten is sure to please all as Per- rone comes to the stage with vast experience, having directed many local plays throughout the years, including "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe," "Same Time, Next Year," "I Do, I Do," and "The Trumpet of the Swan." In addition, Pert'one has worked and acted in Broadway produc- tions, appearing with such celebri- ties as Ethel Merman, Fanny Brice and Judy Holliday. Perrone's wife, Christine, is an acclaimed ballet star, having per- formed at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York and the Salmaggi Opera Company in Brooklyn. 320 The couple met 52 years ago in a pro- duction of "Lady in the Dark," a Broadway play with Gertrude Lawrence. In "Bell, Book and PERRONE Candle," Christine Perrone will serve as assistant to the director. "Bell, Book and Candle" is a story about a witch's dilemma - either give in to her feelings of love and give up witchcraft, or to disregard these feelings and con- tinue on as a witch. Rehoboth Ave. 226-BREW . www,dogfish.com C. e6 _.. /fore Every Thursday Nig 1 is 1/2 PRICE Pizza Nil r.rtainmenC INTRODUCING REHOBOTH'S ONLY JAZZ JAM FEATURING: THE JEFF IRWIN ALLSTARS EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT 8-12 MUSICIANS WELCOME TO JOIN THE FUN .ti  Live Jazz every Friday & Saturday DNESDAY: Cl. IF $10.95 THURSDAY: CRAB CAKES ' $10.95 FRIDAY 8 SATURDAY $9.00 EARLY BIRD Dinner 5-10 Wednesday - Sunday 316 Rehoboth Avenue 227-4227 ' Easter Sunday Dinner 1-9 p.m. Traditional Family Menu* s14 9s Choice of .Grilled Priane Rib Roast Leg of Lamb served with: Shrtmp Coektall , Garden Salad  f. vo Side V eqables. .- [' -aBread & Buttor ' " t . E Homemade Dessert. Beverage [,'ffi][2 Regular menu also . 'V" -" This bewitching story has un- usual and entertaining characters as well as a talented directing team. The show, which is being pro- duiced at Possum Point Player's Hall on Old Laurel Highway in Georgetown, will run Friday, April 11, through Sunday, April 13, and once again on Thursday, April 17 through Sunday, April 20. Sunday shows are matinees that begin at 2 p.m.; all others begin at 8 p.m. Tickets are $10. Sunday mati- nees for students and seniors are $8. Call to reserve your tickets at 856r4560. asIe un Hand Carved Roast Beef, Leg of Lamb, Omelettes Made to Order, Oysters 0n Half Shell 1 L ,MuchMuchM0re 00otlU,9 5 Dinner Bet3-pm E Dinner from Main Menu until 9pro Complete .lad  Vetable lr  6ourmet Derts for  Iets Inch B features an orrR d Eg, Breo  5eofood loltJes [nner [et fere ourmet Is of Du, P Chin  Seafood Daily Dng Sp. a $ m ad $fi0n t00ur Easter Menu Famry Itday-,qle 1 All You CanEat Sm ab la o Slmmed .imp_ 4. Every Wednesday - Rny Steak Teriyaki or Shrimp Tempura for ..... $13.95 Every Thuna- Oysters, Oysters and More Oysters ........... Half Price rmay Fdday-AwaM laiag Seabed et with  Round of Bed.._. $19.95 m7 Satunlay- In o.r Lounge d in the Rma.mnt d Appeim me___. H lke Every Sunday- ,ghadng at 2 lmb aU muem [or Smie am almsi at_. 25"/, D Almm Sunday- lime llib,qlm:i lome Ymtr Om Ammmt oflime itib._. $1 per o, Singer-sonff'ih'r 00ichael Howard Sat. 6:30-10:30pm SEA HORSE