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: Cape Gazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, APRIL 5- MONDAY, APRIL 8, 2013 83' 'WORCESTER PREP UPPER SCHOOL ENJOYS A SMASH HIT WITH 'BYE BYE BIRDIE' SUBMITTED PHOTOS THE LIVELY BROADWAY SHOW "Bye Bye Birdie" was recently presented by students in the Upper School at Worcester Prep. Music teacher Dan Freed of Ocean Pines, Md. directed a cast that featured talented students in grades nine to 12. Gathered on stage after the dress rehearsal are in back (I-r) Saqib Khan, Salisbury, Md.; Megan Kuczma, Salisbury; Sophia Tomaselli, Ocean Pines, Md.; Casey Knerr, Berlin, Md.; James Willey, Milton; Tatjana Kon- dr,~schow, Dagsboro; Mark Gee. Millsboro; Lydia Pritchard, Snow Hill, Md.; Gabrielle D'Antonio, Hebron, Md.; Dan- iel Rosa, Lewes; Devin Hammond, Ocean City, Md.; Carolyn Dorey, Millville; Elena LaPlante, Salisbury; Kathryn Law- rence, Salisbury; Caroline Lewis, Newark; Claire Dorey, Millville;' and Pa rker Kellam, Onancock, Va. In row row 3 are Greg LaMotte, Selbyville; Talha Ehtasham, Lewes; ChristopherChoy, Rehoboth Beach; Katherine Pavlos, Salisbury; Thomas Th(~rnett, Selbyville; Elise Harmon, RehobotffBeach; Ariella.Anthony, Seaford; Brad Mullen, Seaford; row 2, Mattie Maull, Salisbury; Jenny Rosales, Seaford; Maddie Pilchard, Pocomoke, Md.; Jarad Godwin, Frankford; Sarah Freund, Ocean City; Jordan Kilgore, Salisbury; Cole Koester, Salisbury; Biola Eniola, Salisbury; Emmi Shockley, Ocean City; Zach Oltman, Frankford;,Alex Choy, Rehoboth Beach; first row, Rona Reid, Salisbury; Victoria Middleton. Betha- ny Beach; Julia D'Antonio, Hebron and Hannah Nechay, Hebron. - Elise Harmon, Rehoboth Beach, and Thomas Thornett, S~Ibyville, receive congratulations for their leading performances in Worcester Prep's pre- sentation of "Bye, Bye Birdie." Dover Days features classical concert May 4 'Retali ati o n' The Dover Symphony Orchestra, unaer the direction of Donald Buxton, will present its Dover Days Classical Concert in conjunction :with the annual Dover Days. The concert is at 7 p.m.,Saturday, May 4, at the Calvary Assembly of God, 1141 East Lebanon Road in Dover. In continuing collaboration with Kent County-area artists, several people will be exhibiting their work during the hour before the con- cert and at intermission. Admission prices are adults, $20; seniors/students/military, $15. Children under 16 are always free with a paying adult. Tickets are available now - call 302-270-1903 - and will be available at the door. For further inform tion check www.doversymphony.org. ing of all things inside the ]oes' promise), and there seems radius. The film stalls when to be a strong attempt to hit it tries to dip into backstory "Control-Alt-Delete" to restart Continued from page 82 (musician RZA tries, and fails the franchise altogether. It miserably, to play the wise ninja marginally succeeds - the film there is no one else in the cast master), but remains mercifully still only serves as a brainless who comes close to matching in the moment for much of the concoction of zippy action his charisma, runtime, sequences mixed with hokey Director Iohn Chu is a The battle scenes are cho- jokes - but "Retribution" does veteran of the "Step Up" film reographed with punch andprovide a better starting point franchise, and he still finds a p nache (the cliffside ninja for future entries than anything sense of levity within the level- attack delivers on the trailer's promised in its predecessor. you at Atlantis Inn, located in the heart of downtown Rehoboth, just one and a half blocks from the beach and boardwalk. Jake's Seafood, the home of old Baltimore-style seafood including award-winning jumbo lump crab Cakes and famous'seafood bisque. Oasis Wellness Spa, ageless Beauty- Naturally. Slip int0Something Comfortable for total comfort after your day at the beach - Pjs, Loungewear and Intimate Apparel. Located in the heart of Rehoboth Beach, Stingray offers a stylish and upbeat atmosphere, with the best and freshest sushi and Japanese menu in Delaware. Visit us at DowntownRehoboth.com :? . i_ ~,,~m